Review by Peter Marinus from www.bluesmagazine.nl This album is a good example of an album that truly lives up to its title. You will encounter typically British blues sounds, which bring you back to the exciting sound of the British bluebase explosion from the 60s, but also to the sound of bands like The Inmates, Nine Below Zero and The Blues Band from later years. Responsible for this is the band Jim … Read more
Tape saturation and distortion abound on a collection that boasts outstanding homages to R&B classics, alongside four strong original compostitions. Jimmy Reed’s 1959 ‘Come Love’, Sonny Boy Williams II 1963 standard ‘Help Me’ and Price & Walsh’s sublime ‘Ain’t No Love in The Heart of The City’ are just three of the timeless numbers given the Blues Foundation treatment on this stunning release. Greg Healey – Shindig Magazine #76
Released this coming Monday 15 January Available on Trouserphonic Records from groovy-uncle-co.uk
An interview with Glenn Prangnell, the brains behind Groovy Uncle. Thanks to the Pausenbrot Cafe, Rochester, for agreeing (at incredibly short notice) to us filming there.
Sometimes, bands can play but lack the human touch and vice versa. Theatre Royal have both, what they’ve lacked is just that little bit of luck. With their new single ‘Port Bou’ though, they have got their breakthrough on day time BBC6… (read more) http://travellerstunes.com/reviews/2017/3/9/theatre-royal-port-bou
up here … Jim is 100 no wait that should be Jim is AT the 100
The new album from Miss Modus and Groovy Uncle has finally been completed and will be out some time in 2017. Here is a clip of one of the tracks “Count On Me” – Glenn
… it fell out of my head
Recording of the 6th Groovy Uncle album began last year and will continue during 2017 at Ranscombe Studios. Here is a brief taster of what is in store. Suzi Chunk is on lead vocals here with the “The Scheme Of Things”. Happy New Year!