first ever solo album from the former Bakerloo, Colosseum and Humble
Pie lead guitarist. Clem’s history also includes guest musician
appearances with The Hamburg Blues Band, Jack Bruce, Billy Cobham and
Dave Sancious, Roger Waters, Manfred Mann’s Earth Band, Jon
Anderson, Chris de Burgh, BB King and Bob Dylan.
in late 2012 / early 2013 in Germany and the UK, here is a feast of
classic guitar rock that will appeal to fans of well crafted,
superbly performed and produced blues and hard rock. Good songs
loaded with great guitar from this fine electric guitarist.
title of the album refers to the controversy surrounding the
relationship between the media, ‘celebrities’ and members of the
general public, who often feel victimised by the sometimes ruthless
attention of the press. Clem collaborated with legendary Cream
lyricist Pete Brown on several of the original songs.
guest performances by Chris Farlowe and Maggie Bell and keyboardist
Ronnie Leahy. (‘Route 69’ marks the reunion of Maggie and Ronnie,
who began their careers together in the legendary Stone The Crows).
Chris and Maggie also feature on a new version of ‘I Don’t Need
No Doctor’, the Ray Charles classic that was such a massive hit at
‘live’ performances during Clem’s time with Humble Pie.