Sources for Clark-Hutchinson

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Date Venue Circ Date - Added Checksums Comments Last Edit #
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01/14/71
Aeolian Hall, Studio 2, BBC, London, UK 11/14/2021 - 06/06/2022 md5  ffp  [ zip for 156982 ] 0  06/06/2022 Add
Clark-Hutchinson: Flac16
original BBC radio broadcast -> unknown mono reel-to-reel-recorder -> master mono off-air reel-to-reel tape -> unknown digital transfer method -> wavs.
Mk1 version, carefully remastered fixing various issues, with NO EQ or NR 
01/14/71
Aeolian Hall, Studio 2, BBC, London, UK 11/14/2021 - 06/06/2022 md5  ffp  [ zip for 156983 ] 0  06/06/2022 Add
Clark-Hutchinson: Flac16
original BBC radio broadcast -> unknown mono reel-to-reel-recorder -> master mono off-air reel-to-reel tape -> unknown digital transfer method -> wavs.
Mk2 version, carefully remastered fixing various issues, with differential EQ & NO NR 

We are what we are and nobody can change us


because of this we have had to learn


to swallow the aches of humiliation


perhaps now our exile is over


ah! there is hope in the dust thrown


up by the wind


 


out past the paper


out past the plastic


comes the music                         Andy Clark


 


Andy Clark - Vocals and Keyboards


Mick Hutchinson - Lead Guirtar


Amazing Stephen Amazing - Bass


Del Coverley - Drums


 


Walt Monahan - Bass (March 1969)


Franco Franco - Drums (March 1969)


psychedelicbabymag.com ~ A lot of good background here


As a virtuoso member of Sam Gopal's Dream, Mick Hutchinson was soon joined by Andy Clark and the pair were well-known to regulars at London's legendary UFO, Happening 44 and Middle Earth clubs before they decided to branch out as a duo. Recorded in two intense overnight sessions in May 1969, 'A=MH2' is a scorching blend of jazz, raga, blues and psychedelia that has long been established as one of the key recordings to have emerged from the UK's psychedelic underground.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sam_Gopal


 


Andy Clark and Amazing Stephen Amazing (Stephen Fields) recorded 2 albums with Jim Copley (drums) and Jeff beck (Guitar, 1st album) produced by Jeff Beck in the group "Upp" , David Bunce Joined for guitar on the 2nd album "This way Upp" (1976), Epic/CBS Records.


Beck again produced this album and played guitar solos on "Dance your troubles away" and "Don't want nothing to change." This album was recorded at CBS studios, London.


The group supported "Beck, Bogert and Appice" at the Rainbow Theatre, London 1974-1-26. It is not yet known who played guitar with "Upp" on this date.


 


Mick Hutchinson has continued to record (Mick Hutchinson and The Magic Dragon - Eclecticus - EAN 5037320500120) and uploads to his Youtube channel 


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