marsha hunt

...starting off in the stage hit hair in old london towne marsha not surprisingly soon found herself shaking it with the movers and groovers and got herself a band together and was going to play at the stones hyde park bash in july the end she didn't get to do said gig for reasons that are not precisely clear four decades later (though not to be thwarted by any attendant-lackey-square trying to dampen her moment of rock'n'roll glory she may have garnered as wild she devil, it was the stones after all, she did pick up audience attention by suggestively climbing around the speaker towers for what seemed eternity to the amused onlookers)...anyhow later on she got herself some chart action with the 'walk on gilded splinters' 45 and suddenly she was big news with pop watching citzens aswell as heads and '71 it was time for marsha to grab some more studio time and knock out a LP full of great cover songs all done in a funky/real vibe...put out by the wonderful track label who had seen better times and by now where coasting on cheap compilations and thunderclap newman and the whole shebang just disappeared from view, gone without a trace, not even many copies in the deletion bin so she never solidified the rocking credentials that looked to be hers for the taking 18 months earlier...

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