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Rupert Hine ~ 1971 ~ Pick up a bone David Maciver
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In the early sixties, Hine formed half of the folk duo Rupert & David. The duo performed in pubs and clubs and occasionally shared the stage with a then-unknown Paul Simon. The duo's one released single (on the Decca label in 1965) was a cover of Simon's "The Sounds of Silence". The single was not a success, but was notable for featuring a young Jimmy Page on guitar and Herbie Flowers on bass.
Hine released two albums under his own name in the early 70s: Pick Up a Bone (1971) and Unfinished Picture (1973).
In 1973, Hine, along with guitarist Mark Warner, bassist John G. Perry (then of Caravan) and drummer Trevor Morais (formerly of The Peddlers) formed the band Quantum Jump, releasing two albums, Quantum Jump (1976) and Barracuda (1977). After a re-release of the track "Lone Ranger" (from Quantum Jump) became an unexpected UK Top Ten hit in 1979, a third album – Mixing, a reworking of tracks selected from the first two Quantum Jump albums – was released.
After Quantum Jump disbanded, Hine released a trilogy of albums under his own name, including Immunity (1981); Waving Not Drowning (1982); and The Wildest Wish to Fly (1983). The American release of Wildest Wish dropped two tracks, radically reworked two others and incorporated two tracks from 1981's Immunity – including "Misplaced Love", which featured a guest vocal by Marianne Faithfull and had been a minor hit in Australia, reaching number 14 on the charts. In 1985, Hine wrote and produced much of the soundtrack for the black comedy film Better Off Dead.
Hine subsequently recorded three albums under the name Thinkman, which was conceived as a "virtual band" – essentially a solo Hine project with actors (including a then-unknown Julian Clary) employed to give the illusion of a larger group. Thinkman's debut, The Formula, was released in 1985. Though the actors portraying the band did not appear on the album, it did feature contributions from Jamie West-Oram from The Fixx and Stewart Copeland from The Police. Lisa Dalbello provided guest vocals on the title track. A second album, Life is a Full-Time Occupation, was released in 1988. A third and final album, Hard Hat Zone, was released in 1990.
01. Landscape 5:15
02. Ass All 3:40
03. Me You Mine 5:26
04. Scarecrow 3:30
05. Kerosene 7:28
06. Running Away 4:54
07. Medicine Munday 3:22
08. More Than One, Less Then Five 4:14
09. Boo Boo's Faux Pas 6:28
10. Pick Up A Bone 3:51
11. Instant Muse 1:29
Rupert Hine—Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica
Simon Jeffes—Acoustic, Electric & Slide Guitars
Peter Robinson—Piano, Organ
Pete Morgan—Acoustic & Electric Bass
Clive Hicks, Eric Ford & Joe Moretti—Guitars
Steve Hammond—Electric Guitar & Banjo
Paul Buckmaster—Electric Cello
Eddie Mordue & Roy Willox—Sax/Flute
Raul Mayora—Congas, Bells & etc.'s
Barry de Sousa—Drums & introducing—The MacIver-Hine Chorale
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