Hi KenHere's what I have.http://www.megaupload.com/?d=EULVN5DITo be honest, Im sceptical about the authenticity of this. Its pretty amature and quite frankly crap!Daz (Sedated)
Hi,I think there are some obscure compilations issued, maybe the single is one too. Years ago I bought "Mama We're All Different Now" and these tracks were included. Well, the quality was quiet good. I have to look for this one in the basement. Further information is going to follow.Keep on blogging like this.Rosenkohl1977 born in 1963
Well, back with a link to a ripped version of "Mama We're All Different Now". Hope you like it.http://tooshortalife.blogspot.com/2009/07/jam-mama-were-all-different-now-lp.htmlEnjoy! Link works well.Rosenkohl1977 born in 1963
Thank you Daz....I have heard it before and I knew what I was getting into. Sounds as if Weller and Co. were attempting this half ass. Thank you again for sending this to me. Much appreciated!Ken
I did get the link and downloaded it. Thank you for taking the time to help me. I appreciate it!!!Ken
Ken, thought you may like this...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pht-W96InawDaz
Cheers Daz! Nice one. That put a smile on my face. Never thought I'd see those two on stage together ever again!Ken
Hi Ken, belatedly I find your blog again. Rosenkohl has already posted the link I'd found to "Mama We're All Different Now", but you may not have discovered this site:http://skamanchackett.blogspot.com/search?q=JamA real treasure trove of Jam studio demos - the Where's Woking is essential, Non-Stop Dancing interesting. Go get and thank the guy!Cheers, Dave Sez.
Cheers Dave! You know, I have visited that blog before. However I have not seen those Jam boots. Nice one!! Thanks a million, I am off to DL some of that right now!!!Ken
Being a Heavy Rock & Punk fan I heard a rumour about this song years ago. The rumour was that Pete Way of UFO was involved, it sounds like his bass playing too! Also(as most Rejects fans will know) UFO & The Rejects were very good friends.