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Born in Leeds , Hawkshaw worked as a printer for several years before becoming a professional musician, first joining the pop group The Crescendos. In the 1960s, he was a member of rock and roll group Emile Ford and the Checkmates . He also formed the Mohawks band and Rumplestiltskin with some session musicians . At that time, Hawkshaw was an exponent of the Hammond organ , heard in the Mohawks' music, and also on the UK recording of the musical Hair . [2] In 1965 Hawkshaw played piano on The Hollies group composed album track; "Put Yourself in My Place" included on the EMI/Parlophone album; Hollies (1965) being featured on a piano solo during the song.


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