Boy Azooga – U.F.O.

In March 1975, Irish-American cult singer-songwriter Jim Sullivan mysteriously disappeared outside Santa Rosa, New Mexico. His VW bug was found abandoned, his motel room untouched. Some think he got lost in the desert. Others think he fell foul of a local family with alleged mafia ties. And then there are those who think he was abducted by aliens.

By coincidence – or perhaps not – he had named his 1969 debut album U.F.O..

Fast forward to 2020. Boy Azooga are a Cardiff band I’ve been following ever since their debut single Face Behind Her Cigarette. They just released their cover of Sullivan’s album’s title track. Davey Newington of the band: “I was introduced to U.F.O. last year by Tom Friend in Friendly Records. It has become one of my favourite ever albums since. Hope we did it some justice!”

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Boy Azooga – Face Behind Her Cigarette

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