1974. Mike Hart. “Son, Son”. Produced by poet & musician Pete Brown. Pete Sears played bass.

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1974. Mike Hart. “Son, Son”. Pro­duced by poet & musi­cian Pete Brown. Pete Sears played bass. Dec­ca Records.

I just found this old 45 rpm lying in a draw­er. This was a ses­sion I played on for my old friend and “Cream” lyri­cist Pete Brown. Pete was pro­duc­ing this record for his old 1960’s fel­low Liv­er­pool Beat Poet, Mike Hart.
US beat poet Allen Gins­berg called Liv­er­pool at this peri­od “the cen­tre of the con­scious­ness of the human uni­verse.”
Pete lived in Lon­don and co-wrote with Jack Bruce many of Cream’s most dis­tinc­tive songs including…“White Room”, Politi­cian”, “Sun­shine of your e”, “I Feel Free”.
This sin­gle was released on the Dec­ca Records “Der­am label.

 

 

 

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