VIDEOS

TRAILER for Jess Roden’s Anthology album

Video-trailer for Jess Roden’s latest release – the limited edition “Hidden Masters | The Jess Roden Anthology” – with 94 tracks in a 6 CD set and book featuring interview with Jess. Some new tracks have been discovered, but all tracks have been restored and remastered to a very high quality from the original master tapes. Jess Roden and Neil Storey who have produced this album package which has received wide acclaim in the music industry press. – some of which you can see in this trailer.

THE JESS RODEN BAND – In A Circle off the Anthology album

A short clip to a previously unheard version of The JRB’s In A Circle. This is from the long-thought-lost or never released Steve Smith produced JRB album (and is very different to the more well known, Geoff Haslam version).
Hammond Organ courtesy Steve Winwood.
This track (fully mastered for the first time) is only on Hidden Masters | The Jess Roden Anthology.

OLD BROADWAY by Jess Roden and the Rivits from Anthology

Jess Roden and Pete Woods, when they were in  The Rivits.  Here’s Old Broadway… taken from the Jess Roden Anthology.

JESS RODEN – Song 3 off his album Anthology

A short clip to a previously unheard tune, originally recorded for JR’s first – post Bronco – solo album which, by and large, was aborted when the adventure of The Butts Band cropped up and a year or so before more concrete plans were laid for what became the real first solo album.

Musicians are: JR – acoustic guitar and vocals:  John ‘Rabbit’ Bundrick – keyboards: Mike Kellie  – drums: Pat Donaldson – bass.
Written by Jess Roden. Recorded at Basing St in London in February 1972. Produced by John ‘Rabbit’ Bundrick and engineered by Richard Digby-Smith.
Two versions of Song 3 will appear on Hidden Masters | The Jess Roden Anthology

Jess Roden in BRONCO playing Sudden Street off his album Anthology

A short clip of Bronco’s Sudden St — with the sound-bed being a previously unheard, very early rough mix of the song. It features the only known footage of the band recording at Basing St during the Summer of 1971. The version of ‘Lazy Now‘ right at the end of the clip is taken from one of the first instrumental / demo takes as the band started working up the song itself.

Newly re-mastered versions of both songs are on Hidden Masters | The Jess Roden Anthology

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