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Silver Dart - The Bevis Frond - What Did For The Dinosaurs


2002
Label: Woronzow - WOO 50 • Format: CD Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Indie Rock
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Saloman was originally in a band known as the Bevis Frond Silver Dart - The Bevis Frond - What Did For The Dinosaurs in the late s, and in the Tetragon - Nature, whilst at college, he played Silver Dart - The Bevis Frond - What Did For The Dinosaurs with a duo called Oddsocks.

Concrete Cast - U Can Unlearn Guitar - No Strings released one album, Men of the Moment. The next release on Woronzow was ina 12" single by Room 13 with Saloman on guitar and future Bevis Frond drummer Martin Crowley. After Room 13 reached the end of its Silver Dart - The Bevis Frond - What Did For The Dinosaurs life, Nick Saloman had a bad motorbike accident that left him with a constriction of movement in his left arm.

With the proceeds from a damages claim he bought a 4 track recorder and recorded some music which he decided to press as a limited release of albums, [4] more for the sake of just releasing an album than anything else. All the early albums were finally re-released on CD and Reckless financed the recording and release of his sixth album, Any Gas Fasterusing a professional studio for the first time, reuniting him with Drummer Martin Crowley.

This is also the point that he began touring. The next year he recorded London Stonebut Reckless were less than happy with the album, and in the ensuing friction, Saloman decided to release the album on Woronzow again. All his subsequent albums have appeared on Woronzow. Saloman continued to release albums regularly until the release of Hit Squad in A couple of years earlier he had signed a deal with Past and Present in the UK and Rubric Records in the US, after which most of his early albums were remastered and re-released with bonus tracks.

This initiative faltered after a couple of years, and all the early albums up to and including London Stone were re-released Except Any Gas Faster.

In Februarya download site was set up for the Bevis Frond. The aim of this project is to make all the Bevis Frond material available for download in the best possible quality, and to make digitally available unreleased tracks and vinyl only tracks from throughout Saloman's career.

Recent additions include all the studio sessions by the Von Trap Family. This project was completed in September Early albums were usually entirely recorded by Saloman, while most later albums have been recorded by the contemporary touring band. Bevis Frond material is typically released on Woronzow Records labeland is frequently featured in the Ptolemaic Terrascope magazine and accompanying records and CDs. After seven years without the appearance of new material, The Bevis Frond released a new album, The Leaving of Londonon 10 October Live shows in Europe and the UK to promote the album are scheduled for late and early In January the band toured Germany.

Then, in SeptemberNick released a new album titled Example Saloman and Simmons host a weekly radio program called "The Scene", [10] covering music from the s to the s, usually nearly-forgotten tracks from their own extensive record collections. It is broadcast from A. M to A. They use their knowledge of musicians' timelines, bands played in and with to connect songs they play to other musicians and other bands.

He is a supporter of Queen's Park Rangers F. Rock bottom. Saloman's mother Joanne was a schoolteacher to Adam Ant and is credited by Ant as first having encouraged him to be an artist.

The Bevis Frond is essentially Nick Saloman, who does vocals and plays guitar, bass, drums, and keyboards. He is also the producer. Bevis Frond community group. From Canario - Edin Karamazov - Concerto In Dialogo, the free encyclopedia.

The Bevis Frond. Retrieved 5 September Virgin Books. The Bevis Frond", MojoFebruaryp. Retrieved 11 December Retrieved 22 January Retrieved 8 December Bexhill on Sea Observer.

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  1. Shakasar said:
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Bevis Frond - What Did For The Dinosaurs at Discogs. Complete your The Bevis Frond collection/5(28).
    28.11.2019
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  2. Kazijora said:
    Among the highlights are the ultra-catchy "The Wrong Side," with a morse-code guitar riff that's among the most memorable hooks Saloman has yet produced, and the Byrdsy "Silver Dart." The overall tone is more upbeat than Saloman's been in ages, making What Did for the Dinosaurs one of the Bevis Frond's finest albums in their extensive catalog.
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  3. Zulkigami said:
    Nov 05,  · What Did for the Dinosaurs, an Album by The Bevis Frond. Released in April on Rubric (catalog no. rub 41; CD). Genres: Neo-Psychedelia, Psychedelic Rock. Featured peformers: Nick Saloman (guitar, keyboards, synthesizer, vocals, producer), Adrian Shaw (bass, acoustic guitar), Andy Ward (drums, percussion), Colin Andrews (producer)/5(1).
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  4. Tonos said:
    Saloman was originally in a band known as the Bevis Frond Museum in the late s and in was in a band called the Von Trapp Family. The Bevis Frond, however, was a one man band from the start with the release of a copy pressing of Miasma in
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  5. Tygozahn said:
    May 01,  · The Bevis Frond, the band name used by Nick Saloman for his projects, released Miasma in 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.
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  6. Fele said:
    Jun 28,  · The Bevis Frond remain among the lone practicioners of their generation of rockers. Now at the peak of his career, Nick Saloman puts forth his latest jam packed set of music to be worshiped by lovers of rock/5(4).
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  7. Tum said:
    Among the highlights are the ultra-catchy "The Wrong Side," with a morse-code guitar riff that's among the most memorable hooks Saloman has yet produced, and the Byrdsy "Silver Dart.". The overall tone is more upbeat than Saloman's been in ages, making What Did for the Dinosaurs one of the Bevis Frond's finest albums in their extensive catalog.8/
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