The sound of the distant past

Wonders will never cease.

When I was a lad of 21, I was paid ten quid to play saxophone on a three-hour session in a makeshift studio in London. It was a funky disco version of For the Love of Money, without vocals and it did quite well, reaching Number 2 in the Northern Soul Charts in England. We musicians were all strangers but the bloke who put it all together, Davitt Sigerson, gave us the name of The Disco Dub Band.

Imagine my surprise, 41 years later, to find that it has been reissued (by @therealmrbongo). You can listen to it here.

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