Tag Archives: Steve Webb

Album Reviews: Jess Roden – Jess Roden (1974)


Kidderminster born Jess Roden began his recording career with The Alan Bown Set and sang on their single ‘Emergency 999’, a track which made them stars on the Northern Soul scene for a short while. When Roden left after recording the album “The Alan … Continue reading

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Album Review: The Jess Roden Band – Play It Dirty, Play It Class (1976)


The second studio album from The Jess Roden Band “Play It Dirty, Play It Class” was recorded at Island’s Basing Street Studios towards the end of the UK’s blazing summer of 1976. As with the previous album, “Keep Your Hat … Continue reading

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Album review: The Jess Roden Band – Keep Your Hat On (1976)


Jess Roden’s second solo album, the first to be credited to The Jess Roden Band was recorded at Island Studios in Hammersmith and features some quality musicians on nine well written tracks which are a mix of band member penned … Continue reading

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