Buying the albums sampled on “You Can All Join In”.
Back now again to the notes written by Fred “Kermit” Dellar in November 1995 in the CD insert:
“The work came at a steady rate and, though Mick lacked the time and inclination to return to solo gigs or make records of his own, he continued to write, penning and recording Granada TV’s World In Action theme. However, during some recording sessions with Ian Matthews, in late 1979, producer Sandy Robertson suggested that the time might be right for the Frog to reappear. At which point Mick headed back into the studio to work on a couple of his own compositions with Blockheads’ drummer Charlie Charles and old friend Neil Hubbard. In June, 1980, Wynder K. (he couldn’t be persuaded to adopt the whole of his earlier persona) reappeared on Robertson’s Rockburgh label via a driving instrumental “Frenetic” backed with “M.P.D”. It proved to be the Frog’s last jump.”
Neil Hubbard is on the back row at the far left edge of the picture, his fair hair, eyes and nose being visible.
We should be able to finish the notes next time.