Buying the albums sampled on “You Can All Join In”.
This time we once more continue with the CD insert notes written by Fred “Kermit” Dellar in November 1995:
“Alan Clayson, in his Steve Winwood biography “Back To The Highlife”, recalls : “In 1967, in Steve’s semi-official capacity as an Island A&R manager, he also supervised and plucked guitar on sessions by Colchester organist Michael Weaver, who, as Wynder K. Frog, had been commended by reviewers when he opened a troubled Croydon presentation for the Spencer Davis Group.” Presumably, Winwood is present on this debut album, which listed no credits musicianwise. For the next year or so, Wynder K. helped pack clubs and influence booking agents. Two of his early sides, “Dancing Frog” and “Blues For A Frog” also turned up as part of the soundtrack to the “The Touchables”, a film about four mini-skirted models who kidnap a pop star and enjoy sex-games with him inside a pleasuredome. Unfortunately for Mick, he didn’t get to play the lead.”
We carry on from here next time, God willing.