Album Reviews of the 80s

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The Style Council, "'Cafe Bleu'" / 1984 Review by: matt newsum
Weller's first foray into jazz started with a joyous Mick Talbot composition, which set the tone for a relatively mellow LP. It showed great diversity in comparison to his work in the The Jam, embracing styles such as rap, funk, pop and the aforementioned jazz in his work. Tracks such as 'Strength of your nature' and the poingant piano led version of 'My ever changing moods...' proved this was a classic, and the appearance of Tracey Thorn from EBTG made it even more diverse.

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