Songs / Covers
SKP Repertoire - Covers
SKP plays an extraordinarily wide range of material from old classics to new gems.
By Song Title
By Artist / Band
The Pyromaniac's Tea Party (2006)
"SKP's 2nd album of catchy original rock songs, delivered in that SKP style, but smothered in silk sheets.
From the poppy 'Radio' to the anthemic 'Love the People'; the demonic 'Forbidden' and then to 'The Art of Drinking Tea'. Recording at Winn Hall in Dunsfold, Surrey, England, and produced solely by themselves, its a great album. "
Dave the Cat
I wish half the CDs I get every week from major record companies had one tenth the musicality of this band .. I hadn't expected anything as powerful. Johnny Black, Mojo Magazine
Over the Wall
"I could be wrong, but I seem to hear an obvious Steve Winwood influence in the vocals (Doug?) and, naturally enough, more than a hint of Traffic in the music of cuts like Fat Lazy Man. It's good to hear the vocals being shared judging by Nick and Kev's occasional lead parts, you could do more, if only to give more variety to the sound.
It's always good to hear music made by people who are clearly more than just good musicians - they're intelligent, thinking beings. Thanks very much for letting me hear it. I thoroughly enjoyed it. All the best."
We love having SKP play here. It's always such good fun!
How on earth do they play and sing like that? The bass player Rocks!
What amazed me was the sheer variety of music that SKP play. A real breath of fresh air!
Thank YOU ALL for a great night - the best yet! Lots of fun and great music! Still can't believe the Donna Summer segue!
Well done lads - you've made a lot of friends here!
You guys really rocked the joint! We had a great time.