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Hud, Lorence - ST

Format: LP
Label: A&M SP 9004
Year: 1972
Origin: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan - Toronto, Ontario
Genre: rock, pop
Value of Original Title: $20.00
Make Inquiry/purchase: email ryder@robertwilliston.com
Release Type: Albums
Websites:  http://citizenfreak.com/titles/279404-for-keeps-highest-degree-b-w-morning-town
Playlist: 1970's, Rock Room, Saskatchewan


Side 1

Track Name
Sign of the Gypsy Queen
Where to Begin?
Grab Hold & Hang On
Kind Hearted Woman
Master of Pantomime

Side 2

Track Name
Summer Rose
Lost in the Crowd
We'll Get That Good Feelin' Tonite
Someone I Know
Siren in the Night
Travellin' Show


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One of the more listenable pop/rock albums of the year has been put out by a young Canadian lad from Saskatchewan. Lorence Hud is the man responsible, and Mr. Hud is a man of many talents. Not only has he written all the songs and sings them, but he plays all the instruments, too - guitars, piano, drums, harmonica, saxophone, organ, piano, even a glockenspiel.

His music is middle-of-the-road rock, much in the manner of a Terry Jacks (Hud also sounds quite a bit like Jacks - clear, pleasant, wholesome). Best cuts are a beautiful ballad called 'Someone I Know', and engaging story song called 'Master of Pantomime (which is reminiscent of Jerry Jeff Walker's 'Mr Bojangles') and the very personal 'Lost in the Crowd'. But all the songs are good; well-constructed, intelligently written, gentle rocking, lyrical.

It's an unusual - and very good album by a very talented young Canadian.
-Calgary Herald, Dec 8, 1972.


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