The BBC's latest 'do it yourself' artisan skills programme, 'The Great Pottery Throwdown' has already hit our television screens before the ovens from the tent of 'Bake Off' have had time to cool down.
Jugs, bowls and pots
And although the programme has received mixed reviews from the television critics — as would be Picassos and Morendis try their hand (literally) in making jugs, bowls and pots that will impress judges Keith Brymer Jones and Kate Malone — the music used has been a huge hit, with the BBC already being asked by viewers about its identity and who performed it.
They have found out that the answer is the Fairey Band — with excepts from of all things their ground breaking Acid Brass recordings and the follow up 'In Yer Face' release — although neither the music or the band were credited at the end of the first show.
It's certainly added a bit of musical interest to a programme that you wouldn't quite expect would work with a touch of Acid dipped into the clay mix as Fairey Band Manager Nigel Beasley told 4BR.
"It's great that the BBC have used our Acid Brass tracks to help the programme, although it is a bit disappointing that it doesn't get a mention in the credits. Lots of people have already contacted the band to ask if we recorded it specially for the series."
He added: "It does show though that brass bands can do the most unexpected musical things — so it looks like we have made plenty of new pottery fans."
Keen Acid House potters heard tracks such as 'Can U Dance' 'I sit on Acid' and 'Gonna Make You Sweat' featured during the first episode.
Not quite the Righteous Brothers serenading Demi Moore in 'Ghost' is it now....but it does only go out on BBC2 on a Tuesday evening at 9.00pm.