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MessageSujet: JESS RODEN   Dim 1 Mar - 1:49


Singer/guitarist Jess Roden was born in Kidderminster in England's West Midlands, and his first band was the Shakedown Sounds. In 1967, he joined the Alan Bown Set as their new lead singer. Although their records never charted nationally, he did pick up a fandom in London (and belatedly became something of a star on the Northern Soul scene) with the release of their single "Emergency 999". He remained with the Bown group through 1970, after which he formed the band Bronco, and later worked on Wildlife, the third Mott The Hoople album, and with Keef Hartley on the album Lancashire Hustler.
In the mid-1970's, he teamed up with ex-Doors John Densmore and Robby Kreiger in the Butts Band, and sang on their first album. Roden finally emerged as a solo artist in his own right in the mid-1970's on Island Records, with his 1974 self-titled solo album, which was cut in New Orleans and included Allen Toussaint and Art Neville on keyboards.
His albums throughout the 1970's got great reviews but he never saw any significant sales; in between his own work, he managed to sing and play on albums by Carol Grimes, Jim Capaldi, Stomu Yamashta, Sandy Denny, and Grace Jones.
He was with the group Rivits on Island, for one album at the outset of the 1980's.
He unexpectedly returned with a new band - The Humans - in the mid 90s, only to disappear from the music scene once more.

Jess Roden was always one of the UK's most underrated and enduring white boy soul singers. And as this album suggests, neither his audience nor his muse has ever deserted him.
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MessageSujet: Re: JESS RODEN   Dim 1 Mar - 2:15

Les albums de Jess Roden sont tous excellents et à découvrir ou à re-découvrir.
En voici notamment 2, difficiles à trouver :



Les 3 albums avec le groupe BRONCO sont tout aussi incontournables et malheureusement tout aussi difficiles à trouver
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