MIKE HURST – Home/In My Time

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‘Home’ the earlier album, is mainly gently paced folky rock, orchestrated in places…’In My Time’ treads a similar path…but with a very obvious Country slant to many of the songs…It is, however, the two bonus tracks which are the real gems of this release. Recorded in 1982 by the short-lived band Sundance, which featured Hurst and Mary Hopkin (of ‘Those Were The Days’ fame) they are excellent Nicks era Fleetwood Mac style rockers and really showcase Hopkins’ wonderful voice.

Steve Ward, Wondrous Stories (December 2001)


Long out of print, the two albums are entertaining in an adult-rock kind of way. Lushly produced, exquisitely played and boasting any number of pleasantly memorable songs….

Goldmine, (March 2002)


…this entertaining listen (boasting the talents of Jon Lord, Ian Paice, Tony Ashton, Rod Argent and more) showcases the singer’s rich voice.

The music may sound dated but the delivery is polished and well worth a replay.

Peter French, Hartlepool Mail 6 July 2002


As popular music goes this should go far, it’s very entertaining and nostalgic. The albums were released in 1970 and 1971 (the bonus tracks by Sundance were recorded in 1982), there’s over an hour of music with twenty one songs.

Modern Dance #39 (August 2002)

 

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