Jody Linscott

Farncombe 2014 rehearsals

To Be Cool album review, Los Angeles Daily News

KOKOMO: “To Be Cool” (Hux import) Standing in front of this ’70s Brit-soul revue at North London clubs like the Hope & Anchor and Dingwalls was the most exquisite place on earth. Consisting of the U.K.’s top rock and r&b studio players (bassist Alan Spenner and guitarist Neil Hubbard had played Woodstock with Joe Cocker;

Interview with Mel Collins by Chris Groom

Mel talks Chris Groom through his musical journey in this long piece on the King Crimson “Elephant Talk” site. It also includes an excellent Mel Collins “Rock Family Tree” in the style of Pete Frame. “In May 1973 Neil Hubbard and Alan Spenner formed Kokomo, with Dyan Birch, Frank Collins, Paddy McHugh and Tony O’Malley

The Venue, London, 1982

A blast from the past…..
Early 1982 somewhere in London…probably The Venue, Victoria.
With thanks to Anita Corbin

Kokomo 1

Playlist: Kokomo I

The first album as a video playlist

From the Hope and Anchor to the Hollywood Bowl: NME interview with Alan Spenner & John Sussewell:

Interview Alan Sus NME