Fred Lane may be the stage name of Tuscaloosa, AL, vocalist/songwriter/visible artist T.R. Reed, a guy most widely known for the albums he released over the Shimmy Disk label through the 1980s. His information include a demented mixture of absurdist laughter, avant-garde-derived improvisation, and vintage musical stylings, with lounge jazz, rockabilly, and nation among the designs referenced and, in some instances, deconstructed. On From one that Cut You (1983), Street is supported by Ron ‘Pate’s Debonairs, a huge music group that included observed Alabama-based free of charge improvisers Davey Williams and LaDonna Smith, both executing under aliases. (“Ron ‘Pate,” also a imaginary name, identifies the term “‘Pataphysics,” that was coined by surrealist playwright Alfred Jarry.) For From one that Cut You’s follow-up, Car Radio Jerome (1986), Street is along with a smaller sized group comprising just five parts, with Williams once again among the associates. Lane also shows up on an record entitled Raudelunas ‘Pataphysical Revue, acknowledged to “Ron ‘Pate’s Debonairs offering Rev Fred Street” and released over the small Say Time Bew label in 1977. Created up in a 1998 content in the Cable newspaper entitled “100 Information that Set the planet burning,” it had been still awaiting reissue on Compact disc by 2001.