Mutter Slater was the front man and flute player for the cult 70s band Stackridge (produced by George Martin and signed by Elton John). A group that established itself as a firm favourite on stages throughout the UK and appeared regularly on The Old Grey Whistle Test and the John Peel radio shows. 
After Stackridge Mutter returned to a life of quiet domesticity in the South West of England. However the songwriting and performing bug eventually got the better of him, leading to the formation of his band and a return to the recording studios. His songs musically reflect Mutter's primary interest in 60s blues, soul and R&B and his persistent addiction to a 'half decent tune'. The lyrics tell stories of illicit loves, human foolishness, bus stops, rail roads, playing the devil's games and much more besides. The latest album 'Absobloodylutely can be found on iTunes and Amazon. 

'Impressive songwriting, no more so than on the melodic title track, helped on its jazz-tinged way by some smooth harmony vocals' - MOJO magazine's 4 Star review for Absobloodylutely
'Roots rocking by a musical great' - MAVERICK magazine's 4 Star review for Absobloodylutely
'Mutter Slater has one of the great voices of British rock - and he writes a mean song too!' - BILLY BRAGG
'His voice is soulful and painfully honest. He clearly sings from the heart' - CHRIS HUGHES Producer (Paul McCartney, Robert Plant, Peter Gabriel) 
'The best voice this side of Paul Rodgers' - PROPERGANDA MAGAZINE

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