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This supergroup made of by Fairport Convention founder and all-around guitar genius Richard Thompson, avant-garde guitar visionary Henry Kaiser, Henry Cow founder and avant/progressive noise advocate Fred Frith, and former Captain Beefheart percussionist John French released two albums "Live, Love, Larf & Loaf" and "Invisible Means".

The first album was recorded in March 1987 in San Francisco. This acclaimed record includes not only originals by each of the members, but also covers of songs by Willie Dixon, Chuck Berry… read more

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  • Avatar for Drazba
    only just now picked up invisible means-quite a bit more "out there" than the first album-really good but i still like the first(im sure invisilble will grow on me like live did and ill change my tune in the future-stay tuned)
  • Avatar for raskassdaughter
    only 700 listeners? these guys need to get a life
  • Avatar for gwalla
    Personally I think [i]Invisible Means[/i] is the superior album. The first album sounds like a group of friends farting around in the studio, but the second one sounds like an actual album. Also, lacks playful wit? With tracks like March of the Cosmetic Surgeons and Now That I Am Dead? What? Crazy talk.
  • Avatar for Drazba
    love everthing on the first album(live,love...etc) except for the french drum solo and blues number at the end-not on my original issue. Richard Thompson shines and Frith, Kaiser, and French are amazingly accesseable. Drowned Dog has killer R.T. guitar.
  • Avatar for Maakotz
    These dudes are absolutely incredible

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