REEF ARE BACK. THE QUARTET HEAD OUT ON A UK TOUR IN MARCH, AND ARE ABOUT TO ISSUE A LIVE ALBUM AND A NEW SINGLE. THEIR EXUBERANT COVER OF ARETHA FRANKLIN’S VERSION OF HOW I GOT OVER IS THE PERFECT FIT FOR THE GOSPEL ROCKERS – IT’S NO SURPRISE IT’S BEEN PICKED UP BY BBC RADIO 2.
In this new edition of The Mouthcast Reef bass player Jack Bessant talks about the single and the new live album, and reveals his enthusiasm for the band’s 2016 incarnation (which includes guitarist Jesse Wood, son of Rolling Stones’ guitarist Ronnie). Bessant, speaking from his home in Somerset just before going out for his morning stroll, also reflects on Reef’s enormous 1996 hit PLACE YOUR HANDS (which was used on Chris Evans’ TV show TFI FRIDAY as the introductory theme for a viewers’ letters section) and GLOW, the 1997 album from which it came…
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