Here's a lost treasure from the Black Ark, dating back to the late 1970's.....hold it, hold it.....rewind selector. I cannot tell a lie, this very fine tune actually eminates from a group of musicians based in Manchester and was recorded at The Bakery Studio in Stockport circa 2013. Would you adam & eve it?
The Breadwinners, lead by Alan Redfern,
appear to be the studio's house band and on
'Pass It To You' they accompany Stevie,
about whom, regretfully, I can tell you
nothing. Check out several more remarkable
recordings from The Bakery here.
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