After ten and a half good rocking years, Mo'Indigo decided to call it a day at the end of 2007.
Like Rhythm and Blues Incorporated, The Yardbirds and The Animals before them, Mo'Indigo had become the band of choice for many American blues and soul artists touring the UK and Europe. They developed a strong 'Nashville connection', working with many of the greats like the late Roscoe Shelton, Charles Walker, Johnny Jones, Earl Gaines, Fred James, as well as forging an alliance with guys like Sherman Robertson and Lou Pride.
On this album the band dipped into the Nashville R&B songwriting well with their interpretation of both classic and contemporary songs including two great old Ted Jarrett songs as well as newer material by Rusty Russell & Tim Wagoner and Fred James. . Throw in a couple of songs from Memphis, a dash of Chicago, a few standards and some great new Harry Lang numbers (including a co-write with Sherman Robertson)and you have an album that is sure to please.
Harry Lang now has a new band The Catfish Kings www.thecatfishkings.com