Sure Is Righteous! (Album III)
Just Jazz Magazine described our 3rd album as doing a wonderful job recreating New York's and Chicago's jazz-blues rent, house- parties of the 1920s and 1930s and described it as "...good time music that can be enjoyed by all!"
Blues Matters Magazine gave this glowing notice:
"Music of the 1930s full of booze, sex, humour and no little talent. I remember seeing George Melly many years back and they manage to carry his sense of burlesque fun into 'Pigmeat Man', whilst 'Let's Get Drunk' is sublime. 'Sweet Georgia Brown' has to be danced to and if 'Gilded Cage Tango' was the last thing I ever heard I could live with it!"
PARENTAL ADVISORY : THIS ALBUM CONTAINS
SALTY LANGUAGE AND SOME ADULT THEMES
Devil's Jukebox (Album II)
Our second album features the usual suspects sans Sir Pinky. Instead our original bass player, the legendary David Broad (of the Hail Bails, Do Rite Trio, David Broad Trio and founder/ex-member of the Leeds City Stompers and a fine solo performer to boot) on the wash-tub bass.
Unfortunately our first album is no longer available as the lovely people at Jelly Roll Records sold out of copies.