Originally released in 1974, Flesh Of My Skin is Keith Hudson’s key achievement: magnificently and deadly serious, hauntingly unique.
Legendary, strange, compelling music.
Blimey — the classic 1978 LP twinned with all its dubs. It’s a must.
The potent, weird 1974 set, on 180g vinyl. With a blaxploitation version of Rockfort Rock, covers of Phyllis Dillon and Maxine Brown, Hugh Masekela’s Riot, his own Melody Maker. Darkly brilliant as ever.
Wicked early-eighties Wackies, unsteady and moody, with a Hudson connection.