CD review: World Service Project

I cant vouch for this CD…..I’m just putting it here for me to investigate later.


WSPFire In A Pet Shop

This is the second major release from the frighteningly droll and difficult to classify World Service Project led by keyboard player and composer Dave Morecroft. If you’re desperate for a label to find them filed under, in the now virtually non-existent record shop, then it’s ‘progressive avant-garde punk funk thrash jazz rock fusion’!

Never mind a pet shop, the funky title track on this recording sounds like a whole zoo of exotic creatures are desperate to escape the blaze. Tim Ower’s sax is suitably screechy and Raphael Clarkson plays some glorious trombone. Barmy Army is a lovely demented prog take on klezmer music with Neil Blandford pummelling his drum kit. Dedicated to all those Facebook adherents who de-friend, De-Friender starts as a furious stop/go, clamorous heavy rock tune before eventually morphing into a delightfully incongruous polka section.

The Villain of the Aeroplane features…

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