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GODFATHERS of POP

MARTIN STEPHENSON

The now-defunct Sounds magazine marked out Martin Stephenson as “one of the finest and grossly underrated singer-songwriters this country has given birth to”. Few who bought his 80s Kitchenware albums with The Daintees – especially Boat To Bolivia and Gladsome Humour & Blue – would disagree with that bold assertion. Durham native Stephenson broke up the band in 1992, recording a series of well-received solo and collaborative albums. He reunited with The Daintees at the turn of the millennium and, this October, they embark on a 30th Anniversary Tour of Gladsome Humour & Blue.

How do you feel about the album now, 30 years later?

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