Duster Bennett

Anthony Bennett

Also known as Anthony 'Duster' Bennett, Anthony Bennett, Bennett, Bennett Duster, D Bennett, D. Bennet, D. Bennett, Duster Bennet
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Discography of Duster Bennett:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 12 DB's 12 Audio 1970 Blue Horizon
2 It's A Man Down There 2 Audio 1968 Blue Horizon
3 Smiling Like I'm Happy 12 Audio 1968 Blue Horizon
4 The Complete Blue Horizon Sessions 44 Audio 2005
5 Comin' Home 22 Audio 1999 Indigo Recordings
6 Justa Duster 12 Audio 1969 Blue Horizon
7 Out In The Blue 16 Audio Indigo Recordings
8 Raining In My Heart/ Jumpin' For Joy 2 Audio Blue Horizon
9 Smiling Like I'm Happy 12 Audio 1968 Blue Horizon
10 Raining In My Heart 2 Audio 1968 Blue Horizon
11 Bright Lights, Big City 2 Audio 1969 Blue Horizon
12 Bright Lights, Big City 2 Audio 1969 Blue Horizon
13 I Chose To Sing The Blues 2 Audio 1970 Blue Horizon
14 I´m Gonna Wind Up Ending Up Or I´m Gonna End Up Winding Up With You 2 Audio 1969 Blue Horizon
15 Act Nice & Gentle / I Want You To Love Me 2 Audio 1970 Blue Horizon
16 Act Nice & Gentle 2 Audio 1970 Blue Horizon
17 Sweet Sympathy 2 Audio 1975 Toadstool
18 Bright Lights... 10 Audio 1969 Blue Horizon
19 Bright Lights... 10 Audio 1983 Outline Records
20 Bright Lights... 10 Audio 1983 Impact (6)
21 Fingertips 9 Audio 1975 Toadstool
22 Smiling Like I'm Happy 12 Audio 1968 Blue Horizon
23 Smiling Like I'm Happy 12 Audio 1968 Blue Horizon


UK blues guitarist and vocalist. Part of the late 60's UK blues scene brought together on the [l=Blue Horizon] label. Label-mates of [a=Fleetwood Mac] backed him on a few tracks on his debut album, such as [a=John McVie], [a=Mick Fleetwood] and friend [a=Peter Green (2)], who introduced him to [a=Mike Vernon]. In the early days Bennett was mainly a guitar/harmonica/pedal drum solo act popular in clubs, often backed on vocals by [a=Stella Sutton], whom he met at Epsom Art College and later married. By the 1970s Bennett had signed to manager [a=Clifford Davis] which gave him a higher profile and appearances in the USA, such as a tour with [a=John Mayall].

[b]Born:[/b] 23 September 1946.

[b]Died:[/b] 26 March 1976, Warwickshire, in a vehicle crash aged 29, driving home after a session with [a=Memphis Slim].

Bennett had four children, Joe, Hannah, Esther and Ben by Stella, who ceased performing after his death.


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