"Do a lot with little": in this simple adage lies all the beauty, surprising and captivating, from the trio's album. B.E.D, for Baxter, Etienne, Delilah.
Baxter Dury, the battered gentleman, the extraordinary London hussy, the archetypal Englishman and Etienne de Crécy, one of the great godparents of the French Touch, allies in the adventure of a common album: you were not aware of it, and neither were we. Sacred surprise. But the biggest surprise is the instant coolness of this album. Because B.E.D is cool. Very cool. In the purest sense, the rarest, the strictest, the least overused of the term. Cool because it is punk in spirit, primitive in gesture and, finally, devilishly attractive in form.
On standard black vinyl.