ALBUM REVIEW: Stone Foundation – Everybody, Anyone | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Released: 24.08.18








The outstanding success of Weller-infused Street Rituals hoisted Stone Foundation to new levels. While their previous albums, A Life Unlimited and To Find the Spirit were relatively unheralded masterpieces, it was always going to be difficult to follow-up on such a rightly hyped doozy.  Not that difficult though, it seems. 

Featuring the now familiar horn, Hammond and funky guitar combos, plus some instrumental accoutrements and choirs, Everybody, Anyone sits perfectly in the SF canon.  Weller is still on board, and the presence of the Average White Band’s Hamish Stuart adds another heavyweight legend to the ranks.  The fact that artists of their stature continue to work with these consummate musicians says everything.  A modern classic, I would recommend this album to everyone, anyone.


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