One of those cases where a label probably didn't have an actual name and I've had to use the artist's name in order to give it an identity.  Poet and multi-instrumentalist John Huscroft issued a self-financed six-track instrumental EP called 'In The Front Line / No Man's Land' in 1975.  In addition to the titles shown on the scan the EP offered 'The Purge', and 'Nazi Blimps'; most of the tracks were recorded at Budget Studios, London.  The EP had a catalogue number of JH EP-1 and was pressed by Orlake.  1980 saw the appearance of another EP, this time by Andy Bruns and John Huscroft with saxophonist Evan Parker.  It offered 'Blue Reflections' and eight other tracks, and was numbered JH EP-3; its labels were white with black printing.  Presumably there was a JH EP-2, but if there was Googling has failed to come up with it.

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