Angel

Robert Elms Cover2Cover: Angel – Paddie vs Aretha

Robert Elms has been a great supporter of the band over the years, and featured Angel in his ‘Cover2Cover’ feature. Listeners vote for the original or the cover.

Aretha might be the best singer in the world ever. But Paddie takes this one.

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Live in Concert 1975 CD artwork

NME Review, Sheffield

New Victoria Theatre, London

LiveLines After their highly charged show at the New Victoria Theatre last Thursday (which constituted their only London gig on their recent tour) I was very surprised to see that the critics from the rock music press had not taken this opportunity to re-elevate Kokomo to a position of respect. But no – there sometimes

First album review: NME. “Buy it and listen to it very, very loud”

Things go better with KOKOMO!!! KOKOMO “Kokomo” (CBS) THE AVERAGE Whites broke the ice with their second album and Kokomo will be the first of the beneficiaries. To keep you interested, “Kokomo” is the best British debut in several years and I’d say we had another major group on our hands (except that “major group” is

BBC John Peel Session, broadcast 22 August 1974

Tracklist I’m Sorry Babe Forever It Ain’t Cool To Be Cool Angel Line up Neil Hubbard (Guitar) Alan Spenner (Bass) Tony O’Malley (Keyboards, Vocals) Frank Collins (Vocals) Paddie Mchugh (Vocals) Dyan Birch (Vocals) Jim Mullen (Guitar) Jody Linscott (Conga) John Sussewell (Drums) – this is probably wrong as John didn’t get together with the band