The Natural Acoustic Band were a British acid-folk band, formed in 1969 in Milngavie, Glasgow, Scotland. There were a number of personnel changes throughout the band's history, but the best known line up was:
Tom Hoy (born 5.2.1950, in Glasgow Strathclyde, Scot) -- Guitar and Vocals,
Robin Thyne (born 1.11.1950, in Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland) -- Guitar, Bongos, Bass and Tenor Recorders, Tambourine, Clacker and Vocals,
Krysia Kocjan (born 10.8.1953, in Craigendoran, Scotland, Died 21 February 2007 in Portland, Oregon, America) -- Vocals, Guitar, Glockenspiel, Bells,
The band only produced two albums and one single (reaching No 1 in the Melody Maker folk charts). They were on the bill on three occasions at London's Marquee Club: November 17, 1971 (supported by Shape of the Rain), 12 April 1972 (supported by Gnidrolog) and 22 November 1972 (supporting Brewers Droop).
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