8 thoughts on “ A Career In Real Estate - Fred Frith - Gravity (CD, Album)

  1. – Fred Frith: Come Across Drums – Frank Wuyts: 10 – Fred Frith: Dancing In The Street / My Enemy Is A Bad Man Drums [Subliminal Drums] – Hasse Bruniusson Organ – Dave Newhouse: 11 – Fred Frith: Slap Dance Soprano Saxophone [Soprano Sax] – Tom Scott (2) 12 – Fred Frith: A Career In Real Estate: 13 – Fred /5(24).
  2. Gravity is a solo album by English guitarist, composer and improviser Fred Frith from Henry Cow and Art rmenuportendiles.briloutukvordatennevemadersdime.co was Frith's second solo album and his first since the demise of Henry Cow in It was originally released in the United States on LP record on The Residents's Ralph record label and was the first of three solo albums Frith made for the rmenuportendiles.briloutukvordatennevemadersdime.co: Experimental rock, avant-garde, world.
  3. Tracks 1 to 13 were initially released in as Ralph FF (LP, USA). Track 14 previously unreleased. Tracks 15, 16 were initially released on Art Bears' album "Hopes And Fears" ()/5(12).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Paper Sleeve, SHM-CD CD release of Gravity on Discogs. Label: Belle Antique - BELLE • Format: CD Album, Remastered, Reissue Paper Sleeve, SHM-CD • Country: Japan • Genre: Jazz, Rock • 5/5(1).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Jewelcase CD release of Gravity on Discogs. Label: ReR Megacorp - ReR/FRO 01,Fred Records - ReR/FRO 01 • Format: CD Album, Remastered, Reissue Jewelcase • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Rock • .
  6. A Career In Real Estate: 13 – Fred Frith: Dancing In Rockville, Maryland: 14 – Henry Cow: Waking Against Sleep Alto Saxophone, Keyboards – Tim Hodgkinson Arranged By – Henry Cow Bassoon – Lindsay Cooper Trombone – Anne-Marie Roelofs* Written-By – Fred Frith: 15 – Henry Cow: Terrain Bassoon, Oboe – Lindsay.
  7. Jun 27,  · Song: A Career in Real Estate (Side Two: 7/8) Album: Gravity (Recorded: / / Released: ) Artist: Fred Frith.
  8. A Career in Real Estate is a trip around the world musically that doesn't sound contrived or pretentious. Despite numerous style and meter changes the whole song hangs together thanks to Frith's ability to create coherent melodies that tie the different sections together.4/5(6).

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