Hunt Sales

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Hunt Sales.

Hunt Sales (born March 2, 1954) is an American rock drummer, who has played with Todd Rundgren, his brother Tony Sales, Iggy Pop and Tin Machine.

Personal life[edit]

Hunt Sales is the son of the television comedian Soupy Sales. He has two daughters; Cali Sales, born in 1990, and Sugar Sales, born in 2007.

Career[edit]

Hunt Sales' first group was with brother Tony in Tony and the Tigers. They appeared on Hullabaloo in 1966 and also on the local Detroit/Windsor dance show, Swingin' Time with Robin Seymour.

In 1976, he played drums with the hard rock power trio Paris, formed by former Fleetwood Mac guitarist/songwriter Bob Welch. This trio (which included ex-Jethro Tull bassist Glenn Cornick) was short lived, releasing two albums for Capitol Records. Hunt played and sang backup vocals on the second Paris album, Big Towne, 2061.

In 1977 Hunt, along with brother Tony, provided the rhythm section for the Iggy Pop album Lust for Life. David Bowie's memories of the Sales' contribution to the recording led him to invite the pair to join Tin Machine in the late 1980s.[1]

He performed on several movie soundtracks:

  • 1992 Dr. Giggles (writer: "Stateside")
  • 1989 Slaves of New York ("Fall in Love with Me")
  • 1988 Tapeheads (writer: "Now That You're Gone")
  • 1987 American Ninja 2: The Confrontation (producer: "Tell About Mary")

He also performed in the following movies:

  • 1991 The Linguini Incident (with David Bowie and Iman), drummer
  • 1990 Tales from the Crypt (TV series)– For Cryin' Out Loud, drummer
  • 1966 I've Got a Secret (TV series) as himself

As of the 2000s, Sales relocated to Austin, Texas, where he produces and does session work. He was a member of a band led by Charlie Sexton, which participated as part of the Los Super Seven musical collective on Heard It on the X (2005).

Discography[edit]

With Todd Rundgren[edit]

With Paris[edit]

With Iggy Pop[edit]

With Tender Fury[edit]

With Tin Machine[edit]

Other[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ David Buckley (1999). Strange Fascination - David Bowie: The Definitive Story: p.451

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