Produced in 1970, this fluid but short-lived jazz rock and roll group produced by Ray Russell (guitar) and highlighted many of the UK’s leading youthful jazz musicians, and originally included Harry Beckett (trumpet/flugelhorn), Bob Downes (saxophone), Bud Parkes (trumpet) and Tony Roberts (trumpet/woodwind), Derek Wadsworth (trombone) Alan Greed (vocals) and Brian Miller (keyboards), Daryl Runswick (bass), Alan Rushton and Robin Jones (drums). Many were involved with other, simultaneous tasks, notably single albums by Downes and Russell and program performances for albums in those days by Jack port Bruce, Keef Hartley and Harvey. Wadsworth and Parkes made an appearance on the last mentioned’s solo record, Roman Wall structure Blues, and Harvey reciprocated by performing of all of Rock and roll Workshop. Their second recording For THE Last Time presented percussionists Phil Wainman and Tony Uter instead of Jones, while Ginger Harper was added on vocals. The average person members then proceeded to go their separate methods. Rock Workshop specifically continues to be an underrated jewel, offering Russell’s frantic ‘Spoin Kop’ as well as the evocative and brassy ‘Primrose Hill’. Although both vinyl fabric albums have lengthy since been erased, they represent a daring attempt at fusing what will be termed rock and roll jazz instead of jazz rock and roll. The debut was finally reissued in 2003 by Angel Air flow. This welcome launch has bonus songs and the operating order changed the unique edition of ‘Primrose Hill’ is definitely sadly changed by a substandard alternate take.