Picture of - Love & Money Strange Kind Of LoveFor a period of about 6 months around the end of 1988 and the beginning of 1989, you couldn’t escape James Grant and Love and Money in the music press. “Jocelyn Square”, the third single from the band’s second album was an NME single of the week in March 1989, at a time when that accolade carried some prestige. High profile support tours of Japan and the USA followed to promote the album, “Strange Kind of Love” which was produced by Gary Katz (former Steely Dan producer).

The band were signed to Phonogram with a high-profile deal and everything seemed to be going in the right direction. “Strange Kind of Love” was well received by the critics and James Grant was hailed as a great singer and songwriter in his native Scotland and across the UK. The album sold well in the UK and the band were touring the world in support of it. What could go wrong? Read more