This digital version of Fergus Hambleton’s early classic folk-rock album ‘All The Right Noises’ has been re-mastered from the original analog master tapes – first released by Capitol Records in 1971. 

Fergus Hambleton is a versatile singer, songwriter, composer and multi-instrumentalist, who during his lengthy career has been a leading performer and songwriter in the folk, pop and reggae fields, most notably in the Juno award winning reggae band The Sattalites. Fergus began playing music in the 60s in a variety of bands. The rock scene in Toronto was hot and Fergus played in A Passing Fancy – one of Yorkville’s most popular new acts. 

After some travelling and writing Fergus released two albums with Capitol Records Canada and one with Axe Records in a folk-rock style, produced by his brother Greg Hambleton. Currently living in Toronto, Fergus has a busy teaching and performing schedule. 

Fergus Hambleton: Vocals & Accoustic Guitar 
Paul Clinch: Drums 
Stan Theriault: Bass 
Fergus: Pianos, Sax, occasional Bass & string & horn charts 
Alvin Pall, Jack Taylor: Horns 
Bill Richards, Andrew Benac, Jack Neilson, Eugene Hudson, Peter Schenkman, William Findlay: The String Players 
All songs written by Fergus Hambleton & published by Axe Music 

Greg Hambleton: Producer & Engineer 
Bob Liftin: Mix Engineer 
Recorded at: Sound Canada, 1971 
Cover Photo: Murray Wilson 
Design: Bob Torrens 

ⓟ & © 2015 Greg Hambleton 
Axe Records DL-A539