List of articles in the library
Fred Frith, Lol Coxhill, Liam Glenocky: London Musician's Collective, London
Live Review by David Stubbs, Melody Maker, 2 August 1986
THE LITTLE audience gathers. Fred Frith, veteran ferryman between rock and the avant-garde has rolled up to perform a few odd jobs in the improvisation ...
The Downtown Sound — New York Guitar 1986: Part I, The Solo Artists/Composers
Special Feature by Mark Dery, Guitar Player, August 1986
LINK WRAY — whose 1958 hit 'Rumble' sounded an early tremor of what was to become rock and roll guitar — once divulged his jerry-rigged ...
Fred Frith/Ferdinand Richard: Fred & Ferd Dropera; Fred Frith: Gravity; Speechless; Cheap At Half The Price (all RECREC)
Review by Mark Sinker, The Wire, September 1991
OH. EVERYTHING hasn't quite changed, after all. Frith's excellent retrospective last year, Step Across The Border, seemed to demonstrate how much more New York and ...
Interview by Mike Barnes, The Wire, February 1998
Whether upfront on his own projects or undercover in groups like Naked City guitarist FRED FRITH has sought ever more imaginative ways to keep the ...
Fred Frith: Speechless (Ralph Records); Robert Fripp: Let The Power Fall (Editions E.G.)
Review by Roy Trakin, Musician, August 1981
WHEN IS A guitarist not a guitarist? What distinguishes pop music from avant-garde or classical? Why is most cerebral music purely instrumental? Can you dance ...
see also Henry Cow
see also Art Bears
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