I like it.
Getting people to go for it is always a struggle. I had enough of that in the early 80s, so when I started playing again in the later part of that decade it was with a covers band and for the craic and pocket money. To be honest, a much more enjoyable and rewarding time - we kept at it for nigh on 20 years and it was always fun.
I found a few things on YouTube that I did too - not that I am credited at all - I was married to the singer's sister and did it as a side project, kind of. Anyway, let's just say the divorce was not a bloodless coup . .
Me on bass on the following:
list=PL6EE3BC4F9C87A2C1&index=5 (although on reflection I think this recording may have been the previous bass player Adam)
index=3&list=PL0tFJD9LqXzYZcYyw7VUZG1gmtmc2GTEP (my favourite from my short time with them, I think)
And, knock me down with a feather, I'm actually in this appalling video
list=PL6EE3BC4F9C87A2C1&index=64 Done somewhere in Cheltenham. I think I've got the original U-Matic tape in the basement somewhere. It really should stay there, in the dark.
Tony was (is? they are still going) a rather pedestrian guitar player, but ex-sister in law has an amazing voice, loud - over 105db at 1 metre - we measured it when the studio mics kept overloading. Rather a narrow target audience though, I reckon.