"And the reason why it has a different title is because … this is record companies for you … as soon as the English record company found out that Vel Vel was going to release it here, they tried to flood America with imports of the UK version. So we managed to get that stopped, so with that in mind we decided that it should really be changed to make it distinct from the UK version."
""London audiences can be a bit cooI," he admits next day, "a bit subdued. And I can get a little cantankerous about that. It's one of my weaknesses. If I have to intimidate an audience to get a reaction, then I will.""
" "It was an emotional trip doing this album," he says, "because nobody was interested in me doing a record in this country. I found a top producer, Laurie Latham, an absolute genius, got my own studio outside Bath and I financed the whole thing. When we'd finished, we had no one to release it."