A short-lived minor-league supergroup of sorts, Sweet Thursday featured supersessionman Nicky Hopkins on keyboards and Jon Mark (of Bluesbreakers fame) on vocals and guitar. Their sole, self-titled album (from 1969) was extremely derivative of Bob Dylan's Blonde on Blonde period, with hoarse vocals, piano-organ arrangements, and weary, slightly abstract narratives and love songs.
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by Richie Unterberger

A short-lived minor-league supergroup of sorts, Sweet Thursday featured supersessionman Nicky Hopkins on keyboards and Jon Mark (of Bluesbreakers fame) on vocals and guitar. Their sole, self-titled album (from 1969) was extremely derivative of Bob Dylan's Blonde on Blonde period, with hoarse vocals, piano-organ arrangements, and weary, slightly abstract narratives and love songs.