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Watch out for forthcoming releases from G.E.M., the Groove Enlightened Minstrels

‘Train to Bantham’

This track is from the album The Ink Snail’s Tattooed Trail, which has already had national air play on BBC Radio 2. Two other tracks from this album have already enjoyed national air play from BBC Radio 2 and several other radio stations up and down the British Isles.

Bantham is a conservation coastal area in Devon local to where the members of G.E.M. live, hence ‘Train to Bantham’ the single. There is no train station in Bantham, as the song may say, but members of the band refer to Bantham as their sanctuary, their own piece of the beautiful undisturbed-for-centuries south coast of Devon. Lyrically this is the essence of the song. You should pay it a visit one day and, just for one day, exchange your cell phone for a sea shell and listen to the sea, instead of….

Jeff Lowe and Nick Eede, guest singer on ‘Frigid as England’

The Ink Snail’s Tattooed Trail double album is available from this website as a special offer for a limited time only. You can receive a hardcopy of the album for £10.99. Click album cover link below…
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Interview Two. Listen to Jeff Lowe interviewed at BBC Radio Oxford, about his album Songs for Hestia.

Listen to Jeff Lowe interviewed at Radio Bradford. Jeff tells of his forty-two years in the music business, and talks his latest single ‘Hippos’. Click on image below.

James Santer of BBC Radio Introducing plugs The Ink Snail’s Tattoed Trail (G.E.M.’s last album). Click image right to listen (Hippos to the right, Train to Bantham to the left).


Train to Bantham

Interview One. Listen to Jeff Lowe interviewed at BBC Radio Oxford. Jeff tells of his career in the music business, etc.