At long last a band is being recognised for the influence it has had without the commercial acclaim that some of their songs deserved.
This seminal Bristol band consisted of a nucleus of Chris Galvin (bass) and David Woodward (vocals and guitars) with Bob Morris (drums) plus various others during their ten years of existence.
Through various styles they created a unique Bristol slant on the 80’s which was never deemed glamorous by the press or music gliterrati in general. Some may say that the Bristol scene was insular but it was really about being yourself and getting on with things. Many nights spent in The Dug Out and a vast musical taste gave the band a depth beyond a “jangly guitar sound”.
The band started making quality music in the early 80s with She’s Got Fever (7”) released in Feb 1984 with The B side, Black water.
Chris and David moved on to become The Experimental Pop Band. Again, a band ahead of their time and needing to be appreciated more. Explore and you will not be disappointed. Try to catch them live to feel the real sound.

Edited by jsmscan on 10 May 2007, 19:41

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