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Two years later, the second and final album from the duo-now-trio of guitarist Fred Frith, cellist Tom Cora, and harpist Zeena Parkins is in some ways harsher (put that down to two more years of Reagan), and more rhythmically prominent, with tracks born more out of beats and pieces than melodies. The lyrics still focus on the byproducts of modern society — the oppressed and the (morally) blind tales of people who can't see out of their dilemma, "everybody waiting for a little sign," as Frith sings in "Bingo," to get them out of their situation. The second half of the album dissipates until restless noodling in search of a composition, yet the first half contains "(Step Across) the Border," one of their strongest tracks.


ジャンル: ロック

活動期間: '80s

Skeleton Crew was a two-album project from ex-Henry Cow alternative guitarist Fred Frith and experimental Bay Area cellist and multi-instrumentalist Tom Cora. Formed as a duo, the two (occasionally augmented by Zeena Parkins on keyboards and harp) toured extensively with a combination of experimental rock, noise, and folk music, even playing one concert of nothing but Eastern European folk tunes. On stage, both musicians operated drums with their feet, while busying their hands with various stringed...


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