b. 22 March 1947, Manchester, Britain. Largely self-taught on the drums, Run after had to hold back for the jazz revival pioneered by another generation to create his selected genre – steaming spirit jazz – into favour. Professional because the middle-60s he started playing 100 % pure jazz in London from the first 70s, with tenor saxophonist Artwork Themen and trumpeter Harry Beckett. The jazz dancers from the middle-80s taken care of immediately a music group of young-bloods (including tenor saxophonist Alan Barnes, 1983-86), offering the lindy-hop basis of break-dancing to music such as for example ‘A Evening In Tunisia’. Down the road, his usage of a Hammond body organ featuring the wonderful Gary Baldwin, verified what many people acquired suspected: boasting that he was the Artwork Blakey of United kingdom jazz, in fact he’s its Dr. Feelgood – playing unpretentious, generating music with an excellent experience for stage dynamics. His quartet in 1992 was most likely his finest, offering the inspired generating string bass of Australian Les Miller, Chris Watson (electric guitar) and Dave Lewis (tenor saxophone, saxello). Run after is in comprehensive control of his drumkit, changing speed in breathtaking style, willing his music artists to follow his outstanding timing.