Samoa has a special place in my heart and our song 'island time' was written after a visit to Apia in Samoa.
To everyone in the Islands, we sent you our best wishes.
MJEB under a tree in Apia, practising Harp.
Sooo ... while Mike has been up north checking out the taste for Blues on the Gold Coast the rest of us lads sat down for an acoustic low-key rehearsal.
It's not something that we do very much so it's interesting to see how the songs sound without all the volume.
Much to our shock and surprise some of them really shone through - Merchandise ... Yamanote Line ... Can't Tax Love ... all had really nice vibe to them ... prepare to see us playing in cafe's and coffee houses and speakeasies shortly.
We've been deep in rehearsals with our two new members - Bill Crossland on bass and Theo Wanders on drums because ... well because we have a gig -
Saturday 26th September from
Come on down and join us - check out the all new rhythm section.
Btw ... DUST! Mr E James and R Johnson said it ... a thousand players said it since ... 'I Believe I Dust My Broom'!
Yeah I took a pic ... check out our Myspace if yr keen ... it's reddish (the pic not the site) ... like Hell-fire:
Anyway ... gig ... this Saturday 26th Sept ... 5pm ... Lansdowne ... blues ... boogie ... you know it.