TONIGHT – Drummer Man


TONIGHT Drummer Man (SJPCD339)

…a distinctive and quirky power-pop/punk style…

Music Week (September 2010)

Short snappy songs with catchy hooks and lots of jangly guitars…

Classic Rock Society (October 2010)

All I can say is that after listening to these twelve hook-laden anthems that were recorded between 1977 and 1978, I wish more albums these days burned with as much piss and vinegar as what’s found on…Drummer Man (October 2010)

Classic ’60s songcraft informs throughout with convincing nods to the pioneering noise of The Who and The Kinks, the no-nonsense rock ‘n’ soul of Eddie & The Hot Rods and The Kursaal Flyers.

Shindig magazine (October 2010)

If you’re a fan of Cheap Trick and Enuff Z Nuff go and check these guys out now. 8/10 (November 2010)

It’s a good (audio) transfer capturing the vivacity of the original… (November 2010)

Imagine if Paul McCartney and John Lennon had formed a band in the late seventies and you wouldn’t be far off the sound presented here…

The blend of late seventies anger with the sixties penchant for harmonies and melody is even today a huge breath of fresh air, making this album one of the best “nostalgia” releases I’ve heard all year.

Fireworks (December 2010)

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