'I was being groomed for something,' says Geoff about this early solo outing. He was 22, and had been doing lots of sessions: session work was plentiful in those days. Tony Atkins, a producer for whom he did a lot of work, suggested it was time he got a solo album out.
'It was a half-arsed deal,' Geoff laughs now, 'It was recorded in a couple of days. I didn't know what I was doing, really. I was easily led.'
The music is 'very 70s', he says, and was played by members of the session 'firm' that Geoff worked with at Marquee Studios, alongside Dick Morrissey and Cliff Davis, his former colleagues from If.
The record came out, Geoff tells us, in Germany, France and Japan. If anyone out there has a copy, can they let us know?
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