Rob Hubbard - Master Of Magic

Rob Hubbard Thrusts into 1986

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Rob Hubbard Thrusts into 1986 Rob Hubbard had a stellar 1985, ending on a personal high with “Kentilla”, one of his favourite pieces and one that he poured love into. The new year of 1986 started a lot quieter though, with Rob working on a run of budget games. Of these “Thrust” was his most well-known... and he sometimes played it live! ... and “Knight Tyme” was simply sheet music that was converted to the Spectrum 128, Amstrad CPC and MSX versions of the game (the C64 one came much later with music from the omnipresent David Whittaker). Five-a-Side Soccer...

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Rob Hubbard - 1985 on the run

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Rob's amazing 1985, summed up!

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Rob Hubbard - The Beginning

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Fancy a Muffin? In the long lost days of the 1970s, Rob Hubbard was part of a group named after this calorific baked treat as their keyboard player, and continued playing in bands right up until he left the UK in 1988 (mostly in covers bands). Find out more about the origins of Rob Hubbard, or check out "Master of Magic", Rob's new official softography.

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