Wah Wah 45s are proud to present the brand new single from one-man horn driven funk music machine, The Gene Dudley Group.
Following on from last year's debut long-player, and a run of gigs and festivals with his band, including touring Europe as Stones Throw artists Myron & E's new backing band, Gene Dudley returns with a taste of things to come and his first ever vocal offering on 7-inches of wax.
Those vocals come courtesy of London singer and erstwhile DJ, the wonderfully monikered Anne Frankenstein, whose contribution to Gene's canny cover of Richard "Groove" Holmes' classic No Trouble On The Mountain is something of a floor filler and a rather fitting release in Wah Wah 45s' fifteenth year, as Holmes' original was one of the label's first ever 7-inch releases!
On the flip comes the first real flavour of Gene's forthcoming sophomore LP, due to drop (on vinyl too!) this November. Stevie Flare is a much more up-tempo and foot friendly affair than previously outings, and has something of a tropical feel courtesy of warm highlife style guitars as well as those trademark Gene Dudley horns.
Look out for the Gene Dudley Group live band playing at a venue near you this autumn, including a special session at London's Jazz Cafe on October 24thfor none other than BBC 6Music's funk & soul ambassador, Craig Charles!