Buying the albums sampled on “You Can All Join In”.
Back now again, for the last time, to the notes written by Fred “Kermit” Dellar in November 1995 in the CD insert. He has just noted “the Frog’s last jump”, the single called “Frenetic”:
“The record was largely ignored and, once again, Mick Weaver re-emerged, continuing on his sessionwork way. In 1990, he appeared on the acclaimed Gary Moore and Albert King collaboration “Back To The Blues”, following this with a further demonstration of his blues expertise on Buddy Guy’s 1991 “Damn Right I’ve Got The Blues”, one track, “Early In The Morning”, presenting he and the ever-present Hubbard [see above!] jamming with the guitar triumvirate of Guy, Eric Clapton and Jeff Beck.
“Today Mick Weaver remains one of the most gifted and repected keyboardmen in the R&B firmament. And “Out Of The Frying Pan” remains the most aurally rewarding album that he has ever delivered.
“Frog-rock still rules okay. You better believe it.
Fred “Kermit” Dellar
I must say I have found that writing out these notes with my comments and illustrations has proved, unexpectedly, to have been a most interesting and strangely moving experience.