Young England (Street Mix) – Alan Clayson and the Argonauts

Young England (Street Mix) – Alan Clayson and the Argonauts

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The New Single from Alan Clayson and the Argonauts, is taken form the Album This Cannot go on… and has been remixed for single release.

‘Somewhere there is a parallel universe where Clayson and the Argonauts are bigger than The Beatles’ – Rock ‘N’ Reel (RNR)

A rock pavane for these distracted times, ‘Young England’ is the new single by the legendary ALAN CLAYSON AND THE ARGONAUTS – and one of the many highlights from their acclaimed album This Cannot Go On…. Here is some of the comment:-   

 ‘Even if they’d only done this one album, it would be a defining and individual contribution to Rock’s history’ – Billy Ritchie (Clouds)

‘Cult English eccentric’s lyrical, progressive pop with one foot in the ‘60s, all touched with the singer’s chanson-mania’ – Mojo

 ‘Theirs is an idiosyncratic and uniquely anachronistic tack, all the more so as a vehicle for Clayson’s neo-Shakespearean lyrics…music drenched in trickery and unexpected turns…as deeply and heavily layered as velvet curtains that open onto a musical of rocky-horror-show proportions’ – Rock ‘N’ Reel (RNR)

 ‘Superlatives such as Legendary, Heroic, Lionhearted, Maverick, Icon(oclast) are being tossed ’round far too indiscriminately these days, but in the case of Alan Clayson, and his Argonauts’ first utterly new album in three decades, they really only tip the sonic iceberg so to speak…’ – Pop Diggers

  ‘The effect of a new Argonauts record is akin to happening upon an excellent collection of short stories – plenty to savour and think about but equally able to bring you a simple tale of love. A band with a mission, for certain. Alan – this HAS to go on…..please ?’ – Just Listen To This

‘Is he a singer? Author? Musician? Of course he is all of these things, but I think he is mostly a poet actually’ – The Beat ‘It reminds me of a post-punk Syd Barrett with sax added – sort of Robyn Hitchcock meets The Wedding Present at Lora Logic’s house’ – Keef Strang

 ‘This album probably shouldn’t exist but the fact that it does is cause forcelebration. Alan and his band remain as creative, original and gloriously eccentric as ever’ – Martin Dowsing (Hungry Dog Brand)

‘They have outlasted almost all the competition that went onto more commercial success from 1976. It would be fitting if it instead referred to the end of being a cult and the start of a late burst in popularity’ – Tomas All

  

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