||Reverend Cleatus & the Soul Saviours (aka The Fantastics!) consist of James Rule (drums), Raydn Hunter (bass), Pete Collison (guitar) and Greg Boraman (hammond organ/piano). Almost 40 years ago The Meters came out of New Orleans, Louisianna and established this minimal but stone-groovy instrumental funk sound with only drums/guitar/bass and organ . Reverend Cleatus have augmented that approach with two special guests for recording their debut album, these are Mark Norton (of The Gene Drayton Unit) on sax/flute and Matt Wilding from Speedometer (Conga). Mo’ Dep is an uptempo winner with a groove which will remain in your mind forever. Three and a half minutes of powerful funk, this song is a sure-shot in everyone’s dj-set. Hard to believe that it took more than one year after the album has been released on CD to make this beauty available to vinyl fans. Paper Cut is a slowly grooving summer song, just perfect for the b-side and your bar-be-cue too. The song lasts for four and a half minutes, a little bit longer than the average time of a funk/soul 45. It features two brilliant, smooth solos by hammond organ and guitar.