Martin Allcock

Please use this artist for Maartin Allcock too, since he began to use the "Maartin" variation of his first name much later in his musical career.
Multi-instrumentalist, born 5 January 1957 in Middleton, Greater Manchester; died 16 September, 2018 in Harlech, Wales. Allcock studied music at Huddersfield and Leeds. He began playing professionally in 1976, playing in dance bands and folk clubs. In 1981 he joined the Bully Wee Band, a Celtic folk group, which led to an 11-year stint as lead guitarist with the electric folk band Fairport Convention from October 1985 to December 1996, and concurrently four years as keyboardist with rock band Jethro Tull from January 1988 to December 1991. Later he did freelance work from his home on the west coast of Snowdonia as a session man and record producer. He died of liver cancer on 16 September, 2018.
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WRCD012 Martin Allcock - Maart album art Martin Allcock Maart (Album) Woodworm Records WRCD012 UK 1990 Sell This Version
ANDCD38 Martin Allcock - OX15 album art Maartin Allcock* OX15(CD, Album) A New Day Records ANDCD38 UK 1999 Sell This Version
SQUIGGLECD1 Martin Allcock - Serving Suggestion album art Maartin Allcock* Serving Suggestion(CD, Album) Squiggle Records SQUIGGLECD1 UK 2004 Sell This Version
SQUIGGLE CD3 Martin Allcock - Chilli Morning album art Maartin Allcock* Chilli Morning(CD, Album) Squiggle Records SQUIGGLE CD3 UK 2012 Sell This Version