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Frazier Chorus

United kingdom pop group Frazier Chorus was shaped in Brighton, England by singer/keyboardist Tim Freeman, percussionist Michelle Allardyce, flutist Kate Holmes and clarinetist/programmer Chris Taplin. Originally dubbed Angling for Clouds, and later on Plop!, the quartet got the Frazier Chorus name from an American beseball coat owned by Allardyce; their dreamy, pastoral appear lent itself flawlessly towards the 4AD label, and in 1987 they released their debut solitary, “Sloppy Heart.” For 1988’s “Fantasy Kitchen,” nevertheless, the music group jumped from 4AD to Virgin, in which a yr later on they released their 1st full-length work, Sue; upon conclusion of the recording Allardyce was dismissed through the lineup, with the rest of the trio issuing “Cloud 8” in 1990. After liberating Ray a yr later on, Frazier Chorus disbanded; although Freeman reformed the group for 1995’s Wide Awake, he was the initial roster’s sole staying member, adding his sibling Jamie on acoustic guitar, keyboardist Max Even more, former Bonzo Puppy Music group accordionist General de Gaulle, horn participant Johnny Knowles and longtime Cocteau Twins drummer Benny DiMassa.

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