Back in the 80s I became a big funky jazzy and soulful vinyl collector. Which opened the world of the late great Mr Weldon Johnathan Irvine music, I managed to collect all of him LPs and singles back in the days. All have a place in my heart, back in the 90s I was also lucky enough to meet him. Licensing & Compiling for a small up label called Hubbub records. Mr Irvine was such a calm and gently person who just oozed music. He sadly passed away in 2002, which was a shock. But now years later It is a great honour to be able to release some of his music from his Nodlow music label on to 7" for the first time.
In 1974 Weldon released his "In Harmony" These two tracks are high line early 70s Weldon, "Fat Mouth" again features the Weldon rift. This Clavinet heavy groove is back up with the mighty Joe Jones on organ, is held steady with pumping drums of Napoleon revels "Turkish Bath" is a laid-back jazz groove, with Weldon laying down a superb lead Rhodes story and melody. Backed up with Joe Jones on the piano. Weldon's keyboard echo throughout his music with such simplicity.
1. Fat Mouth
2. Turkish Bath