After a number of years ploughing a more folky , Nick Drake type furrow. Boo Hewerdine returned to a fuller band sound with 2 lps Harmonograph and God Bless the Pretty Things. He also started working again with Neil MacColl on Harmonograph and it is with Neil that I think he makes his best music.
I saw him play twice during this period and during the gigs it was as if strapping on an electric guitar gave him a spurt of renewed energy, playing up to being in a rock and roll band.
Of he two lps Harmonograph is my favourite. It is an odd lp in that it is a covers lp , but the covers are of songs that Boo had written for others. Because of this they often have a poppier feel than his recent solo stuff.
I've posted one track and the sleeve notes simply read "Once there was a pop group called Hepburn that lived in a wooden house." Do you like this" I asked."
You can buy Harmonograph here