Personnel: Pete Glenister (guitar); Marek Lipski (electric violin); Judd Lander (harmonica); Anthony Thistlethwaite (saxophone); Roddy Lorimer (trumpet, flugelhorn); Stan Shaw (keyboards); Roger Downham (vibraphone); Adrian Lillywhite, Andy Duncan (drums).
Audio Mixer: Stan Shaw.
Unknown Contributor Role: Bruce Foxton.
In 1984, after Paul Weller broke up the Jam, bassist Bruce Foxton tried for a solo career. His lone album, TOUCH SENSITIVE, is an appealing affair that moves easily from upbeat, New Wave-tinged rock to melodic balladry, with Foxton proving to be a solid tunesmith with a modest-but-endearing vocal style. The song "Freak" got some play in the U.K., but Foxton's career didn't take off, and this was his only solo effort before going on to become a longtime member of Stiff Little Fingers.
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