Today Acid Jazz Records release ‘Sumthin’ Else’, a taster of what to expect from Chris Bangs and Mick Talbot’s forthcoming collaboration album.
Acid Jazz have a long history with Chris (who coined the term ‘acid jazz’) and Mick (founding member of the Style Council), who appeared on one of the label’s earliest and rarest singles as ‘King Truman’ back in 1988.
The label is thrilled to welcome them back with a 7” slice of mod-jazz brilliance, taking its rhythmic and naming queues from Willis Jackson, as it cooks up a storm.
After its exclusive play on Eddie Piller’s Eclectic Soul Show, Acid Jazz have been inundated with requests for this single and the limited vinyl release will not hang around for long.
The 7”- backed with the exclusive track ‘Wiggle Waggle’ – will be out 15 April. `Buy link: http://smarturl.it/bntsumthinelse
Keep an eye out for a forthcoming album from the pair later this year…