Jeep solid is Roderick "ruardhi buitcheoch!" maccoinneach A Beat Poet! ---- --Glam Relic!---an Astral Funk--legend !--------a-----literate Time-Traveller from another Planet!?---------
--A Scottish--sea--sick --Steve----Maybe?!
His colourful tale of the------" Kaleidoscope DRAMATIQUE!-"-------started way back in 1965-66! With a rock 'n roll revelation, and features walk-on parts from some veritable music legends (including Badfinger, the New York Dolls and a certain Ian 'Lemmy' Kilminster), plenty of sharp suits and a whole lot of uppers, downers and everything in between…
Fast forward to the present day and KFM are delighted to present “Fake Sugar”, the first single and title track from Jeep’s forthcoming album, a collection of new material, singles, radio sessions and demos spanning 40 years.
“Fake Sugar” will be released On May the 28th and is a brand new Jeep Solid track. Recorded live in studio, this acoustic gem features the sublime piano playing of Andy May, Scotland’s first call pianist whose long list of past collaborators includes Marianne Faithful, Justin Currie(Del Amitri)and Jack Bruce(Cream).
"Jeepsolid is Scotland’s forgotten hero of performance, trying to classify him is like trying to put a beach-ball in a Match-box!------->it won’t go in even if you spend time deflating it!”
"The song-writing skills of Neil Young and the presence of Alex Harvey!"---Des Dillan
Jeep’s career kicked off in ‘66 upon seeing Johnny Kid & The Pirates, Roy Orbison and the height of The Who. All in the hub
of a Highland club called ‘The Two Red Shoes’. He played what the real writers call ‘vintage R&B’, but what our recluse knew only as “Bo Diddly and the drumming Earl of Moray, stringed with violins and pipes in a melancholic lament.”...more