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on 14 March 2012
Any opportunity to listen to 'lites should never be missed. The production standards are crap, they are often out of tune with each and themselves, and it really doesn't matter a jot. Go see them, on their 42 year tour (2012). Pay your dues; you probably wouldn't even be looking at the album review if you didn't care.
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on 5 August 2012
Born white, 1960 Leeds through childhood and beyond I caught glimpses of gorgeous music but never knew what/who it was.

Pre internet it was difficult knowing what and who to look for.
Mates from London had excellent singles late 70's early 80's.
And so I gradually found tracks and names and groups.

Stranger Cole & Lester Sterling - Bangerang
Stranger Cole - Rough and Tough
Tommy McCook & Sterling - Inez

This led to Skatellites and to this cd.

For one of the best live shows try cut+paste youtube:- [...]

On any cd I usually have fave tracks and others I dip into.
On this one (go on youtube and try them) the 2 best are
Disc 1 - track 17 Sandy Gully
Disc 2 - track 9 Inez

Sadly front man/sax Tommy McCook died 1998 and double bassist Lloyd Brevett died this year 2012.

So the 'Skatellites' brand name may continue live but the late greats are gone.
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