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Founding member of the Oysterband, Alan Prosser took a reprieve from the British folk-rock band to record a solo album, Hall Place, in 1997. A collection of 11 songs and five instrumentals, the album was co-produced by Alaric Neville, who played bass, bandura, mandolin, melodeon, and Hammond organ. Prosser was greatly aided on the album by Oysterband bandmates Telfer and Jones, who supplied lyrics for several tunes, and Chop and Lee, who provided instrumental support. In a revie... Read more

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