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Studio Album, released in 1970

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Look Upon Me (6:13)
2. Winds Of Change (7:26)
3. Bend For A Friend (10:27)
4. 1066 (6:28)
5. Wet Legs (4:44)
6. Winter (8:06)

Total Time 43:24

Line-up / Musicians

- Alex Boyce / vocals
- Adrian Ingram / lead guitar, composer
- Bill Hunt / Hammond organ, French horn
- Cliff Williams / tenor sax, clarinet
- Jack Griffits / bass
- John Parkes / drums

Releases information

Artwork: Keef

LP B & C Records ‎- CAS 1022 (1970, UK)
LP Music for special experiences ‎- MSFE LP 0032 (2017, Europe)

CD Green Tree Records ‎- GTR-017 (1994, Germany)
CD Melting Pot Music ‎- MPMC 09003 (2009, Ireland)

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4 stars Hannibal was a short-lived jazzrock band from England that morphed into existence from the band Bakerloo. Their sole, self-titled album featured jazzy rock with horns, similar to early Chicago and Blood Sweat and Tears. Hannibal, however, did have their own style within the genre. They leaned mor ... (read more)

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