Led by Donovan-like Uk guitarist, singer, and songwriter Martin Stephenson, formerly using the Blue Moon Boys, Martin Stephenson & the Daintees are among Scotland’s truly eccentric rings. While their music is usually a mixture of rockabilly, display music, rootsy pop, straight-ahead rock and roll, and punk, their lyrics are really questionable with topics including lesbianism, Roy Buchanan’s alcoholism, miscarriages, and employed in a slaughter home. Created in Tyneside, Scotland, Martin Stephenson & the Daintees originally presented a ten-year-old vocalist. The band’s debut solitary, “Move On Summer time”, released in 1982, was accompanied by their 1st album, Vessel to Bolivia, 3 years later on. Although they documented three extra albums — Gladsome, Humour & Blue in 1988, Salutation Row (made by Dwight Yoakam and Michelle Surprised maker Pete Anderson) in 1990, as well as the Boy’s Center in 1992 — product sales fell far in short supply of expectations as well as the group disbanded in 1993. Stephenson, who performed in regional pubs in the Highlands following a band’s demise, re-formed the group in 2000.