These songs were created exclusively for Pete Jackson's Dandelion Radio show, broadcast in February 2017.
Performances, production and engineering by Colin Robinson, all recordings made in Hebden Bridge in December 2016 and January 2017.
Cover art by Colin Robinson; photo taken in Haworth 2011.
"Your session is among the most unique and unpredictable I've had in the last nine years, and I'm a huge fan of your titles - you're like the Kenneth Williams of the West Riding" - Pete Jackson, Dandelion Radio
"It's a corker" - Mark Williamson
"A collection of eclectic barmy brilliance" - Tristan Robinson [no relation]
"Track one NOW PLAYING! This has our full attention! The Voice Sounds Like Brian Eno... Really Cool!" - Kelrod Kilwalski
"This album feels like one long performance, And that how it should be digested: in one sitting, with a nice cup of tea and maybe some scones with clotted cream" - Hans Werksman, Here Comes The Flood weblog
"Only a keen observer like Robinson could come up with a song title like Streamlined Art Deco Apple for a song about the chayote.
The stand-out track is Neuz Annoyz!, an instrumental that could have been recorded by a nascent Pink Floyd, sounding like it was saved from Joe Meek's Tea Chest Tapes." - Hans Werksman, Here Comes The Flood weblog
"The most coherent thing Colin has done since last Thursday..." - Roger Trenwith
"The Hebden Bridge Zappa!!!" - Robert Goodfellow