Live At The Great American Music Hall

The Bevis Frond

20th April 2024 - Album - FIRE609

Pressed for the first time on vinyl, an incendiary live set of greatest hits of The Bevis Frond circa 1998. Featuring over an hour’s worth of prime Frond, it mixes the bittersweet melodies of Nick Saloman’s much-covered ‘Lights Are Changing’ and ‘He’d Be A Diamond’ with fuzz fuelled riffs and masterful soloing. Played as a power trio with Saloman enlists his long-time associate and former Hawkwind bass player Adrian Shaw, and Andy Ward, former drummer with 70s prog giants Camel.

  • Ltd edition 2XLP RSD24.

Just what you want from “the E17 psych guru.” MOJO

£30.00

Pressed for the first time on vinyl, an incendiary live set of greatest hits of The Bevis Frond circa 1998. Featuring over an hour’s worth of prime Frond, it mixes the bittersweet melodies of Nick Saloman’s much-covered ‘Lights Are Changing’ and ‘He’d Be A Diamond’ with fuzz fuelled riffs and masterful soloing. Played as a power trio with Saloman enlists his long-time associate and former Hawkwind bass player Adrian Shaw, and Andy Ward, former drummer with 70s prog giants Camel.

With a staggering ten-minute rethinking of Love’s come down anthem ‘Signed DC’ closing the show. This set also includes culled cuts from their debut ‘Miasma’ through to the groundbreaking ‘New River Head’ and beyond into the 90s. “A noisy yet intimate performance representative of his finest work.” AllMusic // “Six-string pyrotechnics, pop hooks and lyrical urgency.” MOJO.

Tracklist

A1 Hole Song #2
A2 Maybe
A3 Love Is

B1 New River Head
B2 Stoned Train Driver
B3 Lights Are Changing

C1 Red Hair
C2 He'd Be A Diamond
C3 Well Out Of It
C4 Stain On The Sun

D1 The Wind Blew All Around Me
D2 Signed DC


Description

Pressed for the first time on vinyl, an incendiary live set of greatest hits of The Bevis Frond circa 1998. Featuring over an hour’s worth of prime Frond, it mixes the bittersweet melodies of Nick Saloman’s much-covered ‘Lights Are Changing’ and ‘He’d Be A Diamond’ with fuzz fuelled riffs and masterful soloing. Played as a power trio with Saloman enlists his long-time associate and former Hawkwind bass player Adrian Shaw, and Andy Ward, former drummer with 70s prog giants Camel.

With a staggering ten-minute rethinking of Love’s come down anthem ‘Signed DC’ closing the show. This set also includes culled cuts from their debut ‘Miasma’ through to the groundbreaking ‘New River Head’ and beyond into the 90s. “A noisy yet intimate performance representative of his finest work.” AllMusic // “Six-string pyrotechnics, pop hooks and lyrical urgency.” MOJO.

Description

Pressed for the first time on vinyl, an incendiary live set of greatest hits of The Bevis Frond circa 1998. Featuring over an hour’s worth of prime Frond, it mixes the bittersweet melodies of Nick Saloman’s much-covered ‘Lights Are Changing’ and ‘He’d Be A Diamond’ with fuzz fuelled riffs and masterful soloing. Played as a power trio with Saloman enlists his long-time associate and former Hawkwind bass player Adrian Shaw, and Andy Ward, former drummer with 70s prog giants Camel.

With a staggering ten-minute rethinking of Love’s come down anthem ‘Signed DC’ closing the show. This set also includes culled cuts from their debut ‘Miasma’ through to the groundbreaking ‘New River Head’ and beyond into the 90s. “A noisy yet intimate performance representative of his finest work.” AllMusic // “Six-string pyrotechnics, pop hooks and lyrical urgency.” MOJO.

Tracklist

A1 Hole Song #2
A2 Maybe
A3 Love Is

B1 New River Head
B2 Stoned Train Driver
B3 Lights Are Changing

C1 Red Hair
C2 He'd Be A Diamond
C3 Well Out Of It
C4 Stain On The Sun

D1 The Wind Blew All Around Me
D2 Signed DC


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