A talented yet sensitive character who shows the slightest hint of an island accent, making him sound both extra musical and extra accessible.

Even PJ's vocal delivery makes him sound like the sort of buddy you could have long talks with over a beer.

Granted, it's MUCH better than a 50 cent, or Jay-Z, but I would have a few calls if parents found out I recommended an album with “piss”, or phrases like “where the hell is my crew? I think the album is a classic, just not a classic I can recommend to my church youth.

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DJ Rhettmatic of the Beat Junkies offers up the two strongest beats on the album, with PJ himself producing a majority of the remainder.

But his Average Joe stance matches his casual rhythms.

Maybe once or twice but anymore than that and you wonder if he should have maybe had another guest spot to fill in those empty spaces on his note pad. Unfortunately this artist chose to “ride the fence” with some of the language.

I cannot recommend this album in good conscience to my youth group kids, or my own kids for that matter.

Just above and to the right of William you will observe a TICK sign with two bars added to the tail of the tick.

In the picture below [taken from the foot of the SC] you will see that same TICK [and bars] telling you what is was for.

Recently, at a barbee in Clanfield Hampshire [June 2007], whilst downing the amber nectar trying to keep cool on what was a hot and lovely afternoon, I got talking to Peter Dedman an ex RN'er, who had served 12 years from 1955 until 1967 leaving as an able seaman with a non substantive rate of Control Gunner.

Peter talked about his father and mentioned that he had just two jobs in his life, the Royal Navy and the Portsmouth Water Company [PWC] and in the following order: leave school join PWC - join Royal Navy and serve 22 years - rejoin PWC - rejoin Navy for duration of WW2 -rejoin PWC.

His initials are clear to see and represent the Christian names William and John. The answer was no, because for the first 12 years of service, he was recorded as John Dedman and some nine months after he had signed on to complete his pension time the Admiralty changed his Service Certificate [SC's] to read William John.

However, he was always called Jack throughout his life by all comers [family, friends and acquaintances] but not [obviously] by officialdom. In this picture above, you can clearly see that the name William has been added in before the word John.

Cons: 2 things-#1 is PJ uses the same subject matter on a couple of songs.