Thursday, October 25, 2007

C Cat Trance

In the mid eighties, after the release of anthem Hungry, So Angry and album The Glitterhouse, Rees Lewis, the distinctive element (voice and sax) of currently obscure but hip funksters Medium Medium, left and with drummer Nigel Stone started C-Cat Trance. (

Saturday, 22 September 1984, "Kleine Box", 02:15 - 03:15

Line up
Rees Lewis – vocals, saxophone; Nigel Stone – drums; Rob Hodgkinson - sounds, tapes

01 She steals cars
02 Barefoot doctor
03 The old man
04 Puritaines
05 Simple Helen

I have a lossless (flac) recording of track 01 - 05, taken from a radio broadcast, total time 28'57".

Other info
C Cat Trance produced world/dance/funk sounds ahead of their time, and, with a floating membership varying between two and eight, played infrequent gigs —beginning at Pandora's Musicbox in Rotterdam in September 1984— and more often in Europe (Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Belgium, Holland) than the UK. (

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