“Snow”

Hunter Muskett was a group that I saw live at our local Folk Club in the late 1960s/early 1970s, and subsequently bought their “Every Time You Move” album … on which “Snow” is the last track. The attraction of their sound was mainly being totally acoustic at a time when the electric guitar was being explored by the likes of Jimi Hendrix.

This is such a simple song that only lasts for just over 2 minutes … and I have always loved the analogy of snowing to “winter’s small children are visiting me”! Enjoy!

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16 thoughts on ““Snow”

  1. I can add nothing to this post, except to say that this is a beautiful song! I have never heard of the group Hunter Muskett, but will certainly explore more of their music. Thank-you!

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