In 2003, I released the limited issue album 'When I Grow Up, I Want To Be'. It was a collection of archive scraps of different demos, home and studio recordings from the Brighton groups that I was in prior to The Zamora. In order, these were Crash Fantasy, Boxed Prophet, Taxi For Alice, Quagga #1, Headland and Quagga #2 (which became Jaded, and then The Zamora).

Very few of the tracks were really of a high enough standard to put out on the web, but two sample ones can be found here - the original demos recorded by Headland.

To learn more about the Quagga project and the rest of the story, visit here. The name (by the way) comes from the quagga, a subspecies of the plains zebra that was hunted to extinction by European settlers in Southern Africa.




'Thought On My Mind'

'Not Letting The Grass Grow'



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