Ex-Re­nais­sance bassist Jon Camp’s 90s col­lab­o­ra­tion with Life­signs’ John Young gets a re­lease date.

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Cathédrale’s J2=B2 will be re­leased via An­gel Air on Septem­ber 29, al­most 30 years af­ter the tracks were first recorded.

The project formed in the early 90s, soon af­ter bassist Jon Camp left Re­nais­sance, and also fea­tured Greenslade’s John Young (now with Life­signs), Brett Wilde and Money’s drum­mer Tony Bo­dene. Singer Mark God­dard-Parker joined to­wards the end of the band and per­forms on only a hand­ful of the songs.

“The tracks were orig­i­nally recorded on 16-track be­tween 1990 and 1993,” re­veals Camp. “The opener, One By One, was one of the first we did, but the sound isn’t all sim­i­lar to Re­nais­sance. It was still proggy, but quite com­mer­cial, a lit­tle like It Bites.”

Mean­while, the bassist has teamed up with Mau­rice Dou­glas (ex-Martin Turner’s Wish­bone Ash) for the MoJo in­stru­men­tal al­bum, Ur­gent De­liver. It will be out via Reper­toire in Novem­ber.

For more, visit www.mau­rice­dou­glas­mu­sic.com. NRS

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