The Equals’ Derv Gordon returns with classic soulThe group scored a hit with “Baby Come Back,” which drew on his Jamaican ska roots, and wrote “Police On My Back,” which was later covered by the Clash (the original lineup of the group also included Eddy Grant, who scored the 1983 hit “Electric Avenue”).At 69 years old, Gordon’s voice retains its soulful grit and following a sold-out U.S. tour in January, he returns backed by the Bay Area indie outfit So What.
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