The Bevis Frond was Nick Saloman, a neo-psychedelic Renaissance man and the only real writer, performer, and producer behind the cottage industry bearing the Frond name. The top of his very own label (Woronzow) along with the co-publisher of his very own underground newspaper (the respectable Ptolemaic Terrascope), Saloman was a quintessential British eccentric, a frighteningly prolific skill and a genuine anachronism purveying an archaic musical genre while concurrently pioneering the lo-fi visual. Saloman cloaked his formative years in secret; according to star, he produced his first music group, the Bevis Frond Museum, during his college years, and following the group disbanded he performed single acoustic sets through the entire London area referred to as Walthamstow. After founding the Von Trapp Family members, later referred to as Area 13, Saloman was sidelined in 1982 carrying out a motorbike accident. With the amount of money he received as settlement for his accidents, he revived the Bevis Frond name and during his recuperation period set up 1986’s Miasma, a cut of twisted, latter-day psychedelia released on Woronzow within a pressing of 250. Very much to Saloman’s surprise, the record sold-out. Realizing an market been around for his make of time-warped pop, he quickly released Internal Marshland in early 1987; the LP was another underground achievement that inspired him to raid his comprehensive archives to get more materials. Increase LP Bevis With the Searching Glass also made an appearance that year. Using the floodgates opened up, fresh Bevis Frond materials — a lot of it created and documented at Saloman’s house a long time before it ever noticed release — made an appearance continuously; in 1988 only, Woronzow released three separate choices: Triptych, The Auntie Winnie Recording, and Acidity Jam, all spotlighting his surreal wit and acute sociable commentary. You start with 1990’s Any Gas Faster, Saloman was safe enough financially to begin with recording within an outdoors studio; because the brand-new 10 years dawned, he also produced his live debut, showing up sporadically with an ever-changing band of support music artists. After 1990’s Magic Eyes, a joint cooperation with former Green Fairy Twink, the Bevis Frond released its recognized masterpiece, 1991’s double-LP established New River Mind. Erratic and eclectic, Saloman’s result continuing on without concession to tendencies or consumer preferences, with brand-new albums showing up with clocklike accuracy: 1992’s London Rock, 1993’s It Simply Is normally, 1994’s Sprawl, 1995’s Superseeder, 1996’s Kid of Walter, 1997’s two-disc North Round, and 1999’s Vavona Burr, in addition to the exceptional concert documenting Live at Great American Music Hall, SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA and Eat Blooms & Kiss Infants, a cooperation with Nation Joe McDonald. Valedictory Music implemented in 2000 on a fresh label, Rubric, which also reissued the first Bevis Frond albums with different reward monitors. Additionally, What Do for the Dinosaurs made an appearance in 2002 using the Hit Squad pursuing in 2004. After launching albums at an amazing rate for a lot more than 15 years, evidently a hiatus was to be able and it had been seven years prior to the Bevis Frond reappeared in 2011 with Departing of London, back again on Saloman’s Woronzow imprint. A double-disc follow-up, Light Numbers, offering longtime collaborators guitarist Paul Simmons, bassist Ade Shaw, and drummer Dave Pearce, premiered in 2013. Afterwards in the entire year, Live through the 4th Psychedelic Network Event 2011, another dual album, premiered. Cherry Crimson released a Bevis Frond retrospective compilation, Saturated in a set, in 2014. A fresh full-length studio recording, Example 22, made an appearance in 2015. Early another year, Fire Information registered to reissue the intensive Bevis Frond back again catalog starting on Record Shop Day with vinyl fabric re-pressings of Miasma and Internal Marshland.
|1||Lead musician and songwriter of the group "Bevis Frond".|
|Dean Quixote||2000||writer: "You Wouldn't If You Knew"|
|Bio-Dome||1996||writer: "Lights Are Changing"|
|Countdown||1991||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Countdown||1991||TV Series||Himself - Contestant|
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