Long before he was the boogie-woogie piano-playing leader of the Rhythm & Blues Orchestra, and the host of the BBC's LATER WITH JOOLS HOLLAND, Jools Holland found fame as the keyboard player in the original lineup of Squeeze. Linking the melodies of the Beatles with the lyrical wit of Ian Dury, Squeeze neatly straddled the gap between pub rock and new wave, and Holland was an integral part of the band's sound. However, just as Squeeze were releasing their debut album, Holland simultaneously released his debut solo EP, BOOGIE WOOGIE 78. Holland eventually took his leave of Squeeze in 1980 to concentrate on his solo musical career and his burgeoning television career.
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