JOHNNY WARMAN From The Jungle To New Horizons Angel Air SJPCD170 (2004)
A couple of hits back in the early 80s; and this is Warman’s second album
from 1982. A time when pop with both rock and new wave influences was
popular in Britain and many other territories. Guitarist and vocalist Warman
produced many interesting tunes here, but few with any real meat. It is
however still enjoyable listening.
The title track is too slow a starter to open the album, but it finishes
well. ‘Spirit In The Sky’ is an interesting take; very very different to any
There’s plenty of electronic sounds and drum programming. More pop than
rock, if you’re prepared for that it’s well worth a spin. Especially if
you’re a fan of Kiki Dee or Tony Levin.
The cover features a scantily clad armed female warrior, one breast exposed.
It is sadly the most enticing part of the album. But it’s the first time on
CD and with 8 bonus tracks and sleevenotes from Warman it’s still an