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Alan Hull

Jerry Gilbert, Sounds, 27 May 1972

LINDISFARNE'S MERCURIAL rise to fame in the past year has done little to alter the outlook of their chief songwriter, James Alan Hull. Hully remains forever the man of conflicting personalities – the deep philosopher acutely aware of other people's reactions and the motives behind those reactions, but also a round the clock looner who revels in his own madness.

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