In the 2010s I produced two acclaimed albums (as well as contributing much of the instrumental work) with Terry Stamp and Jim Avery of the acclaimed 1970s proto-punk band Third World War.
Bootlace Johnnie and the Ninety Nines buy now
A lost hero of Britrock - missing in action for 30 years - Stamp, '70s outfit Third World War were an influence on the punk generation. These new recordings with old partner Avery, drawing on bitter experiences of music business battles past, are blessed with the hard flinty truths of real blues and aft country. Welcome back lads. Gavin Martin - The Daily Mirror, 2005
Howling for the Highway Home buy now
There, a songwriting talent here worthy of comparison to Waits, Springsteen, Davies and Dylan. Anything can happen in a Terry Stamp lyric, where the join between narrative fantas, true-life observation and oblique autobiography is impossible to sp. Before the end, you'll be proposition. in Revolution Square, receive a drunken phone call from the Reeperbahn, and find yourself parked out by the ,ke, contemplating drinking it all? Quite some journey. - Marcus Gray Classic Rock March 2007
Both albums are widely available on the web as well at Burning Shed.
To find out more about Terry Stamp and J im Avery, and read the reviews of the albums (Daily Mail, Uncut, Rolling Stone...) go to www.stardomroad.com