Album titles can be random, mystifying or downright dishonest, but the title of this one is nothing less than the whole truth.
Fun is a scrupulous description of a prevailing mood and a unique musician's raison d'etre. The Scottish saxophonist Bobby Wellin at 67 sounds about as quirkily lively as ever.
Bobby Wellins (tenor sax), Mark Edwards (piano), Andy Cleyndert (bass), Spike Wells (drums).
"One of the great British jazz improvisers, he has evolved a unique sound, and made a unique impression on the development of the musci. As you can tell from the songs on this album he continues to love every minute of it." John Fordham, The Guardian