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Brian Hopper (born January 3, 1943, in Canterburymarker, Kentmarker) is a Britishmarker guitarist and saxophonist, and older brother of the late bassist Hugh Hopper. With Hugh, he was a member in the early Canterbury scene band Wilde Flowers. He also played saxophone on Soft Machine's album Volume Two. A couple of untimely deaths by bandmates in the early 1970s discouraged Brian from pursuing a proper career in music, so he went into agricultural crop protection research and development instead. Only in the latter part of the 1990s did Brian re-emerge as an artist of contemporary as well as historical significance. One of his projects was a massive 4-CD compilation of archival Canterbury scene recordings from his private collection.


Under his name

  • Virtuality (with Robert Fenner, Voiceprint, 2003)
  • If Ever I Am (Voiceprint, 2004)

With others

  • The Wilde Flowers (Voiceprint, 1994)
  • Canterburied Sounds, Vol.s 1-4 (Voiceprint, 1998)



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