So sometimes you need to shake yourself out of a rut you see. It's all very wall that, ehem, 'older' artists are making some of the finest music of their careers. Michael Nesmith's 'Rays' and Bob Dylan's 'Modern iTunes' are indeed classic works.
But when you find yourself driving along listening to a 66-year-old man telling you that 'we could have a real good time' for the thirty-third time you tend to wonder if you should really change the record. After all, music brings a whole load of thought processes and associated feelings with it, and sometimes you want to feel a little, well, younger.
So, after a hasty retreat to the iTunes store a fine album by Penarth's finest Jem does indeed fit the bill. You see.