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Sweet Thursday was a short-lived late-1960s English rock band. It included famed session keyboards player Nicky Hopkins, folk guitarist Alun Davies (subsequently a frequent collaborator of Cat Stevens’) and composer Jon Mark (later of Mark-Almond). Other members were Harvey Burns and Brian Odgers. The group’s lone album Sweet Thursday was released in 1969 (on Tetragrammaton Records in the U.S.) and is most remembered for the moody, evocative, ten-minute-long progressive rock radio turntable hit “Gilbert Street” which was featuring well in the Billboard 100 when the original record company went bust, after only a very limited record pressing.

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