The Arts Desk

Leeds’ Fuzzy Jones is a self-described “Queen of Junk Shop Folk”. Her latest 7”, produced by Monty Python associate Neil Innes, sounds like it’s popped in from the early Seventies era when newly electric folk artists were exploring both LSD and soul music. On a head-nodding organ-chug of a rhythm and with easy, breathy vocals, “Blue Jean” is catchy as hell, and the b-side “Perfume” is pretty fine too. One to watch.

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10th November ’17

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