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G.T. Moore And The Reggae Guitars
A popular act in London’s pub and club circuit during he early 70’s, this quintet consisted of former Heron member Gerald ‘GT’ Moore (guitars/vocals), Martin Hayward (guitar), Tim Jones (keyboards), Tom Whyte (bass), Tony Hannaford, Tom Robinson, and Malcolm Mortimer (drums). Their melodic blend of rock and reggae was partially captured on the unit’s self-titled debut, released in 1974, but like many contemporaries, GT Moore were unable to commit a live excitement to record. Their musicianship, however, was never in question and Whyte, Hayward and Moore made telling contributions to contemporaneous releases by Shusha. Tony Braunagel replaced Mortimer for Reggae Blue, but by this point the was losing impetus and it was dissolved soon afterwards.

Colin Larkin, 2002
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