By Jeremy Warmsley
Here comes at least one name you weren't expecting in a Leeds Music Scene review: there's something a bit Peter Skellern meets John Shuttleworth about Jeremy Warmsley, with a few Hegleyesque vocal tones, even. Not that there's anything wrong in any of that - I remember someone thinking Jonathan Richman's charisma could be made to evaporate by calling him corporal lambheart, but the remark worked more as helpful insight than hurtful insult. In the three quite varied songs on this disc Jeremy Warmsley may have quite a flimsy product - but it's also very relaxing; and the reserved ironic presentation of sentimentality in 'I Believe in the Way You Move' gives us a choice of ways to enjoy it. Besides, the title has the words radio edit after it, so does that mean there's a more dangerous version hovering somewhere, waiting to move in?