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The Early Days: 1978 - 1979
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In the first few months of existence the band entered a local talent competition. They came second, but were highly acclaimed. They also had their first ever venture into recording at Douglas Bentley's Viking Vision "studio", which was actually his front shop. This led to the release of the first album – "First Swig" – which, with the harmony mandolins on "Gardebylaten" (Swedish Polka) and the songs "Greenland Whaling" and "Banks Of Newfoundland", featured what was to become the recognised sound of HOM BRU. This album also had the country songs "Delta Dawn" and the Don Williams classic "Till The Rivers All Run Dry".

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