Some Fab Quotes
About Fuzzy’s solo stuff:
“This artist has got an absolutely beautiful voice.”
“How lovely is [This Ole’ Hammock]! She’s a real one to look out for.”
“I had a lovely afternoon listening to her new EP” Heather Peace (Radio DIVA)
“One of my favourite sessions of the year. Real artistic style, brilliant songwriting quality and really well crafted songs. This is quality! This is Fuzzy Jones!” Alan Raw (BBC Introducing) about a live session (Sept ’16) featured on the New Year’s Eve favourites show 2016.
“Ethereal!…but with observational bite!” (This was handed to me by a lovely lady, who’s name I do not know after a gig. Thank you!
“This short but sweet EP delivers the delectable treats we’ve come to expect from this bewitchingly brilliant psych-folk pixie.” Brendan Campbell writing about #JunkShopFolk (North Leeds Life)
“The musical representation of a pillow my soul would like to hug.” Zoe Carty (East Leeds FM)
“That was magic stuff! That was beautiful, you were magic!” Johnny I’Anson (BBC Radio Leeds)
About Love of the Brave:
“Strange and beautiful songs make up this impressive and other worldly debut. Rachael’s (Fuzzy) voice is like something you heard in a dream, truly original.” Corinne Bailey Rae
“A lost classic, in a tapebox, in an attic, from the 1970’s. The beautiful weather beaten look of the package; what a lovely conceit.” Stuart Maconie (BBC 6 Music – Freak Zone)
“Love of the Brave are quite simply one of the best things to appear in Yorkshire since the flat cap”.
Ivan Mack (The Housekeeping Society)
“It’s gorgeous, well, really beautiful”. Alan Raw (BBC Introducing)
“It’s rare I find an album with at least one song that doesn’t grab me but I’d struggle to find one here. This is music being played with open arms and no pretences. The simplicity of the recording instantly bares itself to reveal a melodic beauty reminiscent of Scott Walker and Melanie Safka in equal parts. The gorgeous arrangement and instrumentation compliment Fuzzy Jones’ vocals perfectly.”
Jammie Horrigan (Leeds Music Scene)
“Folky. floaty, freaky with a drifting psychedelic edge that lends itself to the gorgeous vocals. If you like Incredible String Band, Love, Christine Perfect, Dr. Strangely Strange et al you’ll know very much why this will be most certainly your bag…Great production too”. Matt Bradshaw (Jumbo Records)
About ‘The Lost 45s’:
“I really dig this! It’s got a right wiggle on.” Craig Charles (Funk and Soul Show, BBC Radio 2) Listen to ‘Help Me!’ here.
“This is very, very beautiful. You have an extraordinary voice”. Tess Tyler (London Screenwriters)
“Fabulous!” Chris Jones (London Screenwriters)