HURLER
RECORDS

Diy label: Hurler Records was from the early '70s, run by Chris Ridley of the Folk band 'Warm Gold'.   Hurler was based in St. Columb, Cornwall: at least two records were released both by Warm Gold's 'A Taste Of Cornwall' EPs.  The first had a catalogue number of HURLS-008 and came out in 1972; the second was numbered HURLS-009 and came out in 1976.  It seems slightly odd that there should be a four-year gap between the two, but that's what it says on the picture sleeves.  Both were pressed by Orlake.  Catalogue numbers suggest that there may have been seven other Hurler records previous to those, and they probably do not exist.  Hurler is still a going concern though presumably its releases are occasional rather than prolific.  Its best-selling CD is also called 'A Taste Of Cornwall'. Distributed By Hurler  Records. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.

  
72 Not Issued HURLER HURLS 001
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72 Not Issued HURLER HURLS 003
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72 Not Issued HURLER HURLS 007
72 Warm Gold A Taste Of Cornwall-The Robbers' Retreat HURLER HURLS 008
76 Warm Gold A Taste Of Cornwall-Zadok  HURLER HURLS 009

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