“NOW PLAYING: ‘Kartoon World’ - the brand new album from The Korgis and Krumbs it’s a Kracker! Beautiful pop tunes wonderfully played and sung. Of Kourse.” - Jeff Cooper
“it's sounding fantastic. As well as James' klassic Korgis sound, I'm hearing Brian Wilson, Beatles, jazz-funk and even your fellow Bath folks Tears For Fears. And that's only the first proper listen.” - Alex Pullan
“Wow ! I have just listened to the new album…it’s totally blown me away. The whole production, musicianship, songwriting and sound is superb.” - Andy Swaine
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The Korgis are a British pop band known for their hit singles, 'If I Had You' in 1979, and "Everybody's Got to Learn Sometime' in 1980. The band's original members were singer/guitarist/keyboardist Andy Davis and singer/bassist/guitarist James Warren, both former members of 1970's group Stackridge.
The Korgis of today feature founder member, James Warren with John Baker, additional lead vocalist from 1992. Keyboard virtuoso Nigel Hart, Al Steele on guitar from The Korgis 90's live band, backing vocalists Born to Win and studio ace Paul Smith on drums.