The Golden Palominos weren’t a group by itself, but instead the revolving-door project of drummer, programmer, and bandleader Anton Fier. Blessed June 20, 1956, in Cleveland, Ohio, Fier initial made his tag because the drummer in the Feelies’ seminal 1980 debut Crazy Rhythms. After departing the group, he became a member of the punk-jazz device the Lounge Lizards before coming back house to Cleveland, where he was recruited with the renowned new wave music group Pere Ubu for the record Song from the Bailing Guy. After exiting Ubu, Fier once again relocated to downtown NEW YORK, where he founded the very first Golden Palominos lineup in 1981. In its principal live incarnation, the music group was an avant-funk supergroup made up of Fier and another drummer, David Moss, saxophonist John Zorn, guitarist Arto Lindsay, and a set of bassists, Costs Laswell and Jamaaladeen Tacuma; on the self-titled 1983 debut, the Palominos had been augmented by Fred Frith, Nicky Skopelitis, and Tag Miller. On the next couple of years, Fier transferred away from the very first record’s experimental sound into a lot more traditional pop place; simultaneously, he generally jettisoned the very first album’s lineup and only an ever-changing assortment of punk legends, post-punk superstars, up-and-comers, and N.Con.C.-picture vets. After enlisting ex-Raybeat Jody Harris to greatly help him co-write a lot of the music, Fier recruited vocalists which range from R.E.M.’s Michael Stipe and Cream’s Jack port Bruce to PIL’s John Lydon and newcomer Syd Straw. Rounded out by music artists like previous dB Chris Stamey, electric guitar greats Richard Thompson and Henry Kaiser, and P-Funk alumni Bernie Worrell and Mike Hampton, the revamped Golden Palominos reached an early on top with 1985’s Visons of Surplus, a diverse however cogent collection highlighted by way of a cover of Moby Grape’s “Omaha” and the initial “Boy (Move).” With 1986’s Stream of Silence, the group flirted with components of nation and folk; while Stipe and Lydon had been noticeably absent, lots of the various other players highlighted on Visions of Surplus remained, alongside new enhancements including guitarist T-Bone Burnett, Quantities Band vocalist Robert Kidney, musician/manufacturer Don Dixon, vocalist/songwriter Peter Blegvad, Matthew Special, and Traveling Burrito Brothers alum Sneaky Pete Kleinow. On 1989’s moody A Deceased Horse, Fier once again shifted gears, buying a continuing lineup of Laswell, Skopelitis, Kidney, and ex-Information Culture vocalist Amanda Kramer plus a couple of guests, including previous Rolling Rock Mick Taylor. 1991’s Drunk with Interest returned towards the all-star format; Stipe and Thompson once again rejoined the flip, welcoming beginners like Sugar’s Bob Mould. THIS IS ONE WAY It Feels, a complicated concept album influenced from the Graham Greene book THE FINISH of the street adopted in 1993; alongside core users like Laswell, Skopelitis, Worrell, and Kramer, the record spotlighted vocalists Lori Carson and Lydia Kavanaugh, in addition to bass great Bootsy Collins. 1994’s Pure presented lots of the same primary players, while 1996’s Deceased Inside, essentially from a trio made up of Fier, ex-Psychedelic Furs guitarist Knox Chandler, and vocalist/lyricist Nicole Blackman, explored digital and ambient soundscapes. Deceased Inside will be the last album from the Golden Palominos with numerous compilations being the only real improvements to the discography.
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