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Album Review

Snock reprises highlights of his song catalog in this collection of new recordings, including "The Portland Water," "Werewolf," and "Hog of the Forsaken." Other songs are lifted from the out-of-print import Watertower album. If the arrangements are looser than in Hurley's heyday, when he had the Holy Modal Rounders and company to back him, the Doc himself sounds as feisty and bent as ever. His raw fiddle and banjo work are a pleasure to hear. Though nothing's really new here, sightings of this genuine eccentric are rare enough that any collection is welcome.


Born: 20 December 1941 in Buck's County, PA

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

A singer/songwriter in the subversive Greenwich Village folk scene of the late '60s and '70s, with several songs lent to the Holy Modal Rounders, Michael Hurley maintained an infrequent solo career into the '90s but was more famed for his writing credits. Born on December 20, 1941 in Pennsylvania, he migrated to Greenwich Village by the early '60s and was ready to sign a major record deal when he contracted mononucleosis; after spending several years in the hospital, Hurley returned to music and...
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