Footsteps and Heartbeats (1989)
Like a Rock (In a Stormy Sea)
"Uncompromisingly earthy and edgy".
"Restless footsteps and the pulsing heartbeat of
the music takes the listener on journeys through the streets of Britain,
the dusty plains of the East and the ramble tamble of the South Americas.
There are some excellent melodies at play; it's Mcleod who provides the
"I love this record, it's non-stop aural caressment
... 'Singing Copper' is a journey to a policeman's heart and soul, a high
point lyrically. This is world music, real, vital and intensely listenable.
Probably one of the best collections of love songs you'll ever hear".