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It also helped that he was already a fan. So, at Notting Hill Carnival, Lewis asked him if he would be up for it, and he was very keen. He immediately loved them and was so positive about it. We then rehearsed with him for five months while the building work at the studio was being finished. He actually learned to play all the songs on guitar, just so that he knew them inside out. By the time we got in the studio, we were really confident with all the songs.
He never told us to change anything musically. He just encouraged us and helped keep the room calm and positive. Things can often get heated in a band, especially being family. He also would buy us blueberries, because he said that they were good for the brain! He believes that there is some kind of fate that brought us together. My mum was pregnant with me and her water broke while my dad was in the studio with Mick cutting a record for Big Audio Dynamite!
My mum phoned my dad to tell him to come home. Let me just finish cutting the B-side. We were a bit skeptical about working with an outsider at first, as we have always done everything ourselves. He ended up being just like one of the family. Your style has changed from the earlier fifties looks you used to wear. Tell us what brought about this change. DAISY : Well, I guess we used to dress more fifties because of the people we were around, the music we were into, and also my mum had a lot of dresses and stuff.
The fifties style is great, but I just got bored with it after a while and lots of people started wearing it.