Jan Dukes De Grey was a short-lived British progressive-folk band. Formed in 1969, they were one of the very last prog-rock bands to be signed to Decca's prog label. They originally started out as just a duo (Derek Noy and Michael Bairstow) and were rivals to glam-rock band T. Rex.
Their first album, "Sorcerers" was a typical acid folk album, not particularly adventurous but showcased Noy's and Bairstow's multi-instrumental talents. The album made little impact and is only available through bootleg. Their greatest work was to come -…
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