Record Reviews – Sept 2015

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Record Reviews 2

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Stone Foundation

A Life Unlimited – LP

This was another one that arrived a few days after the deadline for the last edition of NutsMag Reviews, so it feels a bit like ‘closing the gate after the horse has bolted’, but what a ‘horse’! Pure thoroughbred from start to finish.

‘A Life Unlimited’ sees a progression from the previous outing ‘To Find The Spirit’. Indeed, the opening track on the new album is really the only reference point to the former.

‘Beverley’ is also the title song to a Cass Pennant short film and it conveys that lilting relaxed blue-eyed soul feel that Stone Foundation produce with consummate ease.

The main departure from their previous work is the influence of soul and jazz funk on this LP. I’m thinking of artists like Donald Byrd for example.
However, ‘Pushing Your Love’ is a sumptuous ballad, ‘These Life Stories’ exemplifies the jazz funk groove while ‘Leaning The Hard Way’ is a more upbeat soul.

Add the guest appearances by Graham Parker, Nolan Porter and Dr Robert (Blow Monkeys) to name a few and once again Stone Foundation have produced another great album. Since it’s release, ‘A Life Unlimited’ has reached the official national album chart with no major label backing. Now that is something worth celebrating because it proves there is hope after all and one wonders just how much longer the mainstream media (including radio) will ignore this band. Not much longer I’ll wager.

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Lois

The Polperro Horse Bus Company –  Album

If you can count Mark Radcliffe of BBC Radio 6 Music among your supporters, then you can’t be all bad. This four-piece from Nottingham have a knack of blending their various influences into a coherent and very appealing collection of songs on this album.

Radcliffe’s assertion that Lois sound both ‘retro and absolutely contemporary’ is spot on. The melting pot of Lois seems to range from the Kinks and the Zombies to Manic Street Preachers and Suede (at least, that’s what I’m getting).

Whether it’s the gently rocking along of ‘Jeanie (Ooh La La)’ or the up tempo ‘Monkey Girl’, the songs tend to grab you after just one listen.

For my money, ‘My Precious Love’ and ‘Star Is Falling’ are the outstanding tracks from this LP, and that is saying something when you have 16 gems to choose from. There is depth, a well-thought-out running order and texture to this collection and I am sure we will be seeing a lot more of Lois in the near future.

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The Past Tense

Heads Held High – Album

This album has been available for a few months, but it was kindly handed to me by the band shortly after the last edition of NUTsMAG, hence the delay in reviewing it.

For those unaware, Past Tense has been around for a few years, although the members of the band have worked together under various names since school days. Andy, Ken, Warren and Buzz believe this is their best work to date, and it is hard to disagree. Their influences are un-ashamedly Mod Revival, Punk, Garage and 60s Beat bands and this album encompasses all of them to a greater or lesser extent.

For me, the stand-out tracks are the ones that show Past Tense are not a one-trick-pony and have so much more in the locker.
‘Vision (From Another World)’ is a prime example with the inclusion of a Hammond organ growling away in the mix to give the song a different dimension.

‘Crying’ has a huge dose of Ray Davis about it with guest Paul R Osborn taking vocal duties on a song that is really catchy and thoroughly enjoyable.
‘No Apologies’ sees Past Tense dabble with a Northern Soul vibe that fairly rattles along. ‘Another Putney Sunrise’ is a pleasant surprise because it is unexpected and shows a real touch of finesse when it could so easily have been overcooked.

The closing track; ‘What’s Coming Next?’ has a touch of The Strokes about it and has another infectious chorus.
So, yes, I would agree, this is the best album by Past Tense to date. I’ve a funny feeling the next one might be even better.

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Jennie And The Slingers

Tales Of The Unexpected – Album

Hands up all those who remember the Bellestars in the Eighties? How about the Polecats or Madness? Well, Jennie And The Slingers is made up of former members of those bands (although Lee Thompson makes a guest appearance). Apparently, this album was two years in the making, but it was well worth the wait.

It’s a combination of Rockabilly, Ska and R&B influences and with such seasoned professionals in the mix, it is a superb album. There are cleverly constructed lyrics (some done with humour sadly lacking in the last lot of decades) and some astute observations on society. It’s the kind of album we used to get on a regular basis 30 plus years ago and it made for an interesting mainstream music industry (which it certainly is not these days.)

The album gets off to a flyer with ‘Last Gang In Camden Town’, a solid rockabilly infused, catchy number. ‘Better Guy’ and ‘Gamblin Man’ provide the aforementioned humour and social commentary. In short, there is not a duff track to be found. The closer, ‘King Kong’ reminds me of that strange hybrid of rockabilly meets ska that Madness could deliver now and again.

I have to say though, Jennie Matthias (Bellestars) has never sounded better. There’s a quality to her voice and delivery that is an ideal match for the music. Take a listen to the ballad ‘Lady Sings The Blues’ (not the Billie Holliday tune I might add) and you will see what I mean. Jennie oozes class in a manner similar to the great ‘torch’ singers like Julie London.

If you like something a bit different, (and I do with bands like Rhythm Shakers, Dustaphonics, Gizzelle etc) this is definitely and album for you.

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AKA ‘The Baron’ - Like many of his generation, The Jam started Graham's love affair with all things mod back in 1977. He is the author of 'The Influential Factor - A History Of Mod' which was originally published in 2002. An extract from the book was re-printed in Paolo Hewitt's 'The Sharper Word - revised edition' in 2011. Being a self-confessed 'broad-church' mod, Graham's interests range from Modern Jazz to today's up-coming new bands and everything in between. Although he has a passion for mod history, he also has a passion for the new. Whether it's music, clubs, media of every kind, clothing, scooters or art and photography, Graham supports, promotes and encourages as much as he can, because that's how we keep going. 'Give it a chance' is his motto. If it's not for you, that's cool, at least you tried it.

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Record & Book Reviews – Sept 2015

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Record Reviews 2

Los Moustros

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Dame Un Poco De Tu Amor b/w Mi Traje Nuevo –  Single

It was 2014 and the week before Easter. I was at Blues Kitchen with Dr Robert when we were approached by a guy from Mexico who came to London just for Modstock 3. His name was Moises Garcia. We let him play some records after the bands that night and it was clear this guy knew his stuff. Back home in Mexico, Moises has started his own business, Chez Nobody, and this is the first single on his record label. Los Moustros are a six-piece band with Rock n Roll and Rhythm & Blues influences and this single is a belter. ‘Dame Un Poco De Tu Amor’ (Give me Some Of Your Love) is a cracking R&B cut and one I will be playing at the Kitchen and the Nutscast in future. The ‘B’ side, ‘Mi Traje Nuevo’ (My New Suit) is a brilliant re-working of the High Numbers’ ‘Zoot Suit’. If Moises, Chez Nobody Records and Los Moustros deliver this kind of quality, this will be a band and label to keep an eye on. Great Stuff !

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The Get Go

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Two Time Loser b/w Typically English –  Single

This new limited edition single is out on Crocodile Records based in Manchester and features two of my favourite songs from The Get Go’s album from last year. ‘Typically English’ is the title track and ‘Two Time Loser’ was my top choice from that LP. I would be surprised if you had not heard of The Get Go before. Comprised of Stuart Farnham, Brian Hall and Richard Metcalfe, they are a London-based proper Blues Rock band and probably the finest exponents around right now. Their influences are obvious. From Humble Pie to Dr Feelgood and everything in between, these lads know their stuff. ‘Two Time Loser’ has a killer riff and never fails to get feet tapping when I play it at Blues Kitchen. There are only 300 copies available, so if you are tempted, best be quick. Simply message Crocodile Records via their Facebook page.

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Fay Hallam

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Corona – Album

Fay Hallam’s credentials are unquestionable. From Makin’ Time, Phaze, Prime Movers and Gift Horses, she has made her mark and continues to be a considerable influence on several levels. Her latest incarnation is Fay Hallam Trinity and collaborating with The Bongolian on the acclaimed ‘Lost In Sound’ album. For this, her latest album, she has used her trusted circle of musical collaborators to provide the backing to a wonderful collection of new songs. Apparently, this set was mostly written over two days following her return from a tour of Italy and it does have an eclectic quality of Beck, while encompassing Bossa Nova and all manner of interesting production techniques.

The lead track and new single from the album, ‘Se Mi Ami’ is a gentle, haunting, but sumptuous slice of subtle Latin rhythm. By contrast, ‘Soul Revolution’ and ‘Let Me Into Your Soul’ are as close to her soul and R&B influences as you get on this album and they are great tracks. Without A Smile’ is the clearest example of the Beck influence, and the inclusion of her version of ‘Maybe I’m Amazed’ is a real treat. This is a ‘listening’ album and if you make the mistake of having it as background, you miss the point and miss the beauty of the work. Fay Hallam’s delivery is first-class and her voice is as rich and warm as it ever has been. ‘Corona’ is due for release in October on Blow Up Records. Pre-orders are now available.

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Book Review: Dani Llabres

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Mods – Guia Para Una Vida Elegante –  Book

Well this is a challenge ! Write a review about a book written in Spanish. I confess, I am not conversant in that language, but I have a job to do, so here goes. First of all, it is a handy paperback size, easy to handle, easy to flick through. On closer inspection (ignoring the language barrier) this is an A-Z of people, places, music, fashion and all things mod covering several decades. Each entry is no more than a few hundred words long, so you could use an online translator app easily to get the English version of the text. The next question is; how comprehensive is the book? I’ll pick a few random pages to give you an idea. In between Arthur Alexander and Mose Allison is an entry for the film ‘All Night Long’ made in 1962. It is Shakespere’s Macbeth set in a contemporary modern jazz setting in London with a stellar cast and cameo slots for Tubby Hayes, Dave Brubeck and Johnny Dankworth to name a few. Further on we have the Ethiopians and the Eton Crop or Colin McInnes and Madras material, Smokey Robinson and Sneakers Club.

On that basis, this is pretty comprehensive. 600 entries and 300 photos and graphics. Author, Dani Llabres is originally from Valencia, but now lives in Columbia. He has been a mod for thirty years or more and is well-known on the Spanish and European mod scene, so his credentials are good. Obviously, the language barrier is awkward, but Spanish-speakers will enjoy this work along with collectors of mod books. One final point, in the entry for Mod Books, Rawlings, Hewitt, Anderson, Cohen, Beesley and Barnes are all name-checked along with other European titles that may not be familiar to you. Glad to say a book titled ‘The Influential Factor’ is included. Now who wrote that?


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AKA ‘The Baron’ - Like many of his generation, The Jam started Graham's love affair with all things mod back in 1977. He is the author of 'The Influential Factor - A History Of Mod' which was originally published in 2002. An extract from the book was re-printed in Paolo Hewitt's 'The Sharper Word - revised edition' in 2011. Being a self-confessed 'broad-church' mod, Graham's interests range from Modern Jazz to today's up-coming new bands and everything in between. Although he has a passion for mod history, he also has a passion for the new. Whether it's music, clubs, media of every kind, clothing, scooters or art and photography, Graham supports, promotes and encourages as much as he can, because that's how we keep going. 'Give it a chance' is his motto. If it's not for you, that's cool, at least you tried it.

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Record Reviews – April 2015

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Record Reviews 2

The Loons

‘Inside Out Your Mind’ – Album

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If there is one psych/garage album you have to buy this year, this has to be it. It really is going to take some beating. The Loons are based on the West Coast of America and are the brain-child of Mike Stax, probably best known as the man behind the magnificent ‘Ugly Things’ magazine which is published twice per year. Featuring Mike’s wife Anja, Chris Marsteller, Marc Schroeder and Mike Kamoo, this 11 track celebration of aforementioned genres is just sublime. Every reference point you could wish for is included. Hints of The Byrds, MC5, 13th Floor Elevators etc. It’s all here. From the opener ‘Siren City’ through the title track ‘Inside Out Your Mind’ via the folksy-ballad ‘Silence’ and the hard rocking ‘My Desolation’, to the dreamier ‘Transparent Eyes’ and finally the homage to The Beatles creative noodling of the Sgt Pepper era; ‘As The Raven Flies’, there is not a flaw to be found at all. The Loons certainly made a big impression with their debut appearance at Le Beat Bespoke 10 where much of this album was showcased. Mike Stax’s slightly raspy vocals are a perfect match for The Loons style and the rest of the band acquit themselves admirably. The last time a psych/garage outfit impressed me this much was the incredible Hypnotic Eye. Now The Loons have matched that feat, and to impress a reviewer who is not predisposed to psych and garage, that is no mean feat at all.

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The Franklys

‘Bad News’ b/w ‘What You Said’ and ‘Puppet’ – EP

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I once introduced The Franklys as the hardest rocking all-girl band in the world and two songs into their set they blew up a guitar amp! Nutsmag Reviews have championed this band from day one and now finally, the rock media are picking up on them. The Franklys are an edgy, sometimes dark melting pot of hard rock, punk and power pop. It makes for interesting listening and head-nodding. These three tracks are prime examples. The new song; ‘Bad News’ is a thumping grungy-guitar led rocker with Jennifer Ahlkvist giving her now-customary bitter delivery. Bearing in mind she writes the lyrics for the band, when Jen sings “I broke your heart, cut your stomach apart” on ‘What You Said’, you can’t help but think she might just do it too! I am joking of course. Fanny Broburg continues to find the perfect guitar hook to give The Franklys sound distinction. Zoe Biggs holds it all together on bass and Nicole Pinto must surely be rising fast in the drummers rankings. ‘Puppet’ is definitely at the power pop end of the Franklys repertoire, but it is a corker. This is another band rumoured to be in the process of unleashing a debut LP later this year or early 2016.

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Black Noire

‘Tales Of The Unaffected’ – EP

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I have followed Darron Connett’s career with interest over the years. From the band Connett and tracks like ‘Running Miles’, to The Last Of The Troubadors which were a very under-rated band in my humble opinion. In this latest incarnation for Mr Connett, the pre-publicity warned to ‘expect the unexpected’ and that was no empty promise. Black Noire sees Emily Jackson and Daniel Smith join Darron and on this evidence, they are well suited. This debut six track ep is without doubt a departure from anything Darron has done before. It is big, bold, creative and multi-layered. It seems obvious that Jackson and Smith are well qualified as musicians to match Mr Connett’s aspirations and vision for this band. The production is sumptuous with a deferential nod to instruments synonymous with the great arrangements of the Sixties. Think film scores or the big production numbers from Scott Walker, Richard Harris or Jimmy Webb and you’ll be on the right track. ‘Make Mine A Double’ gets the show underway with a catchy melody and chorus, but it also highlights one of Darron Connett’s great strengths; his lyric writing. “My honesty and loyalty are sending me to Coventry, where I’ll stay.” Maybe it’s just me, but I love songs that paint pictures. ‘Hand To Hold’ shuffles along with another delightful melody. ‘The Deadly Silence’ is an unashamed ‘Bond’ theme that doesn’t even attempt to disguise itself. ‘Give My Regards’ continues on that theme, while being distinctly different from its predecessor. ‘Catch Me When I Fall’ is a fine mid-paced love song full of swirling piano, but my favourite is ‘Jezebel’. This is quite simply a masterpiece of lyrics, melody, production and delivery. If a song touches your very soul, then it has to be a thing of beauty. ‘Jezebel’ did just that to me. I hope you agree.

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Gentlemen’s Agreement

‘Understanding’ – Album

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There are so many healthy scenes and bands around at the moment, it is hard to recall when it was quite this good. Certainly, (although not exclusively), France seems to have one of the most vibrant and here we have another example as to why that is. Gentlemen’s Agreement is the result of members from different bands joining together as a side project which has become something more meaningful, although they still remain within their own combos. Drawn from the likes of Tower Brown, Peneolpe and Hawaii Men, these musicians have collaborated on a fine example of Freakbeat at its best. With a smattering of covers, ‘One Fine Day’, Buzz Saw’ and ‘Sock It To Me’ to original numbers like ‘I Wanna Know’, ‘Eden Rose’ and ‘Lucky Star’, this is loaded with all the Hammond organ and fuzz guitar you could wish for on a Freakbeat album. For something that was supposed to be a side project, it’s pretty damn good.

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Thee Jezebels

‘Black Book’ b/w ‘Cried Over You’ – Single

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Comprised of Laura Anderson, Letty Gallagher and Lois Tozer, Thee Jezebels (not it is not a type ‘O’, that is how it’s spelt.) offer up two tracks of R&B infused garage/punk, if that is not a contradiction in terms? Essentially, it’s a combination of The Who, The Stranglers, Dr Feelgood and early Joan Jett all mixed in the same pot. Both sides have a slightly low-down and dirty quality while delivering a punch. It should come as no surprise that this single is out on State Records, who seem to be making a habit of putting out some really top-draw releases. I have a strange feeling Thee Jezebels may just be another one to watch out for. This is really great stuff.

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Little Clara & Les Chacals

‘Un Pas Apres L’Autre’ – Album

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France really is going through a ‘purple patch’ with quality bands producing quality music and here is yet another fine example coming out on the Q-Sounds label. This is 60s influenced soul, French-style. Too often, I have seen reviewers simply assign the “YeYe” tag to anything coming from across the English Channel because it is an easy label to pin. This is a misconception and the French scene deserves a little more respect than that. This is a really nice album loaded with brass, organ and soul beats a-plenty. Little Clara has an ability to dig deeper and really put some guts into her performance when needed, but always seems to be mindful that soul needs sensitive handling as well. There is nothing ‘samey’ about the tracks on offer here. They all offer something different, from the delightful cover of Fontella Bass, titled here as ‘De Ma Vie’, to the rhythmic chugging along of ‘Pas De Playboy Pour Moi’. ‘Rentree Dans Les Rangs’ introduces a hint of Latin to the proceedings, while the closest we get to the stereotypical ‘Ye Ye’ sound is on ‘Tu Ne Peux Pas T’empecher De Rire’. All in all, this is a great little album and Little Clara has all the potential to do very well in the future. Let’s really, really hope so!

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Rhythm Shakers

‘Voodoo’ – Album

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There is a very good reason why The Rhythm Shakers were invited back to Le Beat bespoke 10 this year. They are the best rock and roll band around right now and this album proves my case. What I find so appealing is that together with Wild Records, The Rhythm Shakers generate such an authentic sound to match their music. It is exactly how it should sound; a little raw and edgy, but with well-balanced production values. This is as much a continuation from their debut ‘Flipsville’ as it is a raising of the bar. Marlena Perez not only sings lead vocals, but writes most of the material here. Her vocal delivery is what really makes the songs stand out. She has this knack of making you believe she means every last word of her lyrics. ‘To Another Man’, ‘Lose My Mind’ and ‘Broke His Heart’ are prime examples. Coupled with some irresistible guitar hooks and rhythms that have your toes tapping at the very least, this is an album which showcases this style of music at its best. They say it is good to save the best until last and the final two tracks are certainly that. ‘I’m Satisfied’ is a splendid cover of an Otis Rush song and ‘Leaving Me’ is a delightful change of pace and a scaled back acoustic-led number. It is probably about as close as we are likely to get to a ballad from The Rhythm Shakers, but it is very, very good.

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The Sha La La’s

‘Your Blind Soul’ – EP

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Following on from their 2013 debut LP ‘Feelin’ Real’ and last year’s single, ‘Soul Of A Nation’, this EP shows the Sha La La’s impressing once again that they are among the front-runners of the bands influenced by Northern Soul, Motown, and Stax/Atlantic. Some might label it ‘blue-eyed soul’, but undoubtedly, this is as much influenced by the Small Faces as it is by black soul artists. Darron Robinson delivers the vocals with both feeling and passion, while Mick Brown’s guitar work gives the tracks the required vibrancy and force without overpowering the songs. Coupled with John Piccirillo’s ‘big’ drum sound and John Lee’s keyboards, the four of them blend really well. The lead track, ‘Your Blind Soul’ is a rock solid dancer with a nice glockenspiel touch. ‘Do What You Wanna Do’ fairly rattles along with both guitar and organ attacking the senses all at the same time. ‘Always Be There’ sees a slight reduction in pace as Robinson delivers a heart-felt lyric with a deftness of touch not heard in previous work. However, for me, ‘Bring It Down On You’ is the one that really jumps out (and that is no mean feat among this clutch of potential modern classics). With the sterling wah-wah pedal work of Brown and Robinson again delivering vocals with real purpose, I can see this being a huge favourite in their live shows. Word from the band is, a new album is in the planning stages. If this is the standard they’ve set themselves, then it will be one to watch out for.

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Supertonic Sound Club

‘Cracked Up Over You’ b/w ‘Love Is A Four Letter Word’ – Single

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Supertonic Sound Club are a Dublin-based outfit who have given a make-over to these two covers. ‘Cracked Up Over You’ is a Northern classic sung by both Danny White and Lee Rogers respectively, but on this version, Sharon Gitau takes lead vocals. Regular readers might recall the last time we heard about Sharon, it was as guest vocalist for soul/funk exponents SoulNaturals and she does another fine job here. ‘Love Is A Four Letter Word’ is the Roy Budd-penned tune from the soundtrack of cult classic ‘Get Carter’. Vocals are supplied by Nikki Kavanagh this time, and she also does a fine job. It will be interesting to see if Supertonic Sound Club has some original material in their locker next time. They certainly have all the elements to make it happen.

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Trambeat

‘Tales From The Comprehensives’ – Album

It has been a good long while since Trambeat released their popular double ‘A’ side ‘Too Good For You’ b/w ‘Walk In My Shoes’. Both songs had Northern Soul influences while maintaining a contemporary feel. Happily, both songs are included on this collection of solid soul/pop tracks. The vocal duties are split between Lucy Aston, Cassandra Bossman, Kimberleigh Kirby, Percita James and Lisa Potter (the voice of our Nutscast adverts). Her hubby, Graham Potter shares the song writing credits with drummer Jammy James and they certainly have the knack to coming up with catchy numbers. Indeed, the opening track ‘Almost You’ has a fairly laid-back groove, but gets the album off to a good start. ‘The Photograph Of You’, ‘No Tomorrow’ and ‘Breaking The Rules’ could all be potential singles in their own right. I’m sure some might baulk at the inclusion of the dub reggae closing track ‘City On Fire’ with MC Chima taking the lead, but I think you might be missing the point of the track. This is a song inspired by the riots that enveloped parts of London and elsewhere a couple of years ago and it creates the right atmosphere in the same way The Special’s ‘Ghost Town’ did all those years ago. Although it has been a long time in the making, I think Trambeat have made it worth the wait with this LP.

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AKA ‘The Baron’ - Like many of his generation, The Jam started Graham's love affair with all things mod back in 1977. He is the author of 'The Influential Factor - A History Of Mod' which was originally published in 2002. An extract from the book was re-printed in Paolo Hewitt's 'The Sharper Word - revised edition' in 2011. Being a self-confessed 'broad-church' mod, Graham's interests range from Modern Jazz to today's up-coming new bands and everything in between. Although he has a passion for mod history, he also has a passion for the new. Whether it's music, clubs, media of every kind, clothing, scooters or art and photography, Graham supports, promotes and encourages as much as he can, because that's how we keep going. 'Give it a chance' is his motto. If it's not for you, that's cool, at least you tried it.

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