Wooden Horse

Wooden Horse were an English folk-rock band that released two eponymous albums on Decca-subsidiary York Records in 1972 and 1973. The band was fronted by Australian-expat Susan Traynor, who subsequently gained fame as Noosha Fox in the art-pop band Fox.

Members: Susan Traynor [Noosha Fox] (vocals), Graham Vick, David “Dave” Mateer (guitar, vocals), Malcolm Harrison (guitar, vocals), Steve Marwood (lead guitar), Neil Brockbank (bass), Dave Young (flute, saxophone), Bob Irwin (drums)


  • Wooden Horse (1972)
  • Wooden Horse II (1973)

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