Redirected from Bevis Frond). The Bevis Frond is an English rock band formed in 1986 in Walthamstow, London. The band is fronted by Nick Saloman and has recorded many singles and albums on various independent labels. Saloman was originally in a band known as the Bevis Frond Museum in the late 1960s, and in the 1970s, whilst at college, he played guitar with a duo called Oddsocks. They released one album, Men of the Moment.
The first proper track, an instrumental called "White Sun", includes the saxophone of Cyke Bancroft (who's illustrated some of The Bevis Frond's album sleeves) alongside Nick Saloman's nuanced riff. I was a youngster when New River Head first dropped, and though I wouldn't consider myself a manic fan of The Frond, the other day I tallied nine of the band's records in my collection. Some are less interesting than others, sure, but each is at least somewhat compelling due to Saloman's inclination to forever fuck with psychedelic conventions and tackle diverse genres without a hitch.
The Bevis Frond – Estate. Label: Respect Vinyl – 95207H2. Format: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Mono. Tell Me When I'm Gone. Liner Notes – Derek Johnson (6). Written-By – Saloman.
Band Name Bevis Frond. Album Name London Stone. Erscheinungsdatum 1993. Musik GenrePsychedelic Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0. 1. Stonedance (trad). 3. That Same Morning.
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The Bevis Frond, the band name used by Nick Saloman for his projects, released Miasma in 1986 to great acclaim from fans of psychedelic rock. A steady stream of LPs since then showcase Nick's strengths of strong songwriting, finely crafted lyrics, and a musical mixture from wig-out guitar jams to sensitive folky numbers. New album The Leaving Of London is a triumphant return after a 7 year hiatus.
|1||I Think It's Time|
|2||She Got Me Good|
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- Liner Notes – Derek Johnson
- Written-By – Saloman*