Daniels (b. 25 Oct 1958, London, Britain), a graduate of London’s Anna Scher Theater School and an associate from the Royal Shakespeare Organization, experienced flirted with pop within Renoir. Pursuing his participation in the Mod blockbuster Quadrophenia, the persona of Jimmy the Mod premiered into the rock and roll world using Peter Hugo-Daly (keyboards), Barry Neil (bass) and John McWilliams (drums), Daniels himself managing both vocal and acoustic guitar responsibilities. A solitary recording on RCA Information premiered, but sales had been minimal, despite full-page advertisements in the music press, a charitable response from some critics and a concert itinerary centred around the metropolis. Daniels came back to stage, tv and film function, notably satirizing the music market in Hazel O’Connor’s Breaking Cup. In 1994 he was found performing in a fresh West End creation of Carousel, while also becoming celebrated like a cult icon from the 70s and 80s (becoming featured around the cover from the hip dance compilation The Junior Boy’s Personal Collection). His vocals around the title monitor to Blur’s Parklife (1994) offered him further publicity.