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Andy Fraser - Fine Fine Line (CD, Album)


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  1. This album by "FREE" bassist, Andy Fraser, is the best kept secret of the 80's!!! Masterfully, written, produced, played, sang and recorded!!! It's one of the beat albums of that or any era!!! Every song, from title track, "Fine Fine Line" to a killer cover of, "Do You Love Me" (now that I can dance), is beyond, excellent and rockin'!!!/5(14).
  2. Andy Fraser: Fine Fine Line Rock CD $ Site Login Message Board! Newest Additions Newest Comments Click on a CD title or album cover below to see detailed information about the CD and site member If you notice that a particular Andy Fraser CD release or compilation is missing from the list above, please submit that CD using the CD.
  3. In , Andy Fraser released this “Fine, Fine Line”, a very ‘fine’ album indeed, his first ‘real solo’ album and a truly consistent song collection. Andy himself together with his partner Bob Marlette wrote and produced most of the songs.
  4. Mar 18,  · After recording two albums with the short-lived Andy Fraser Band, he relocated to California, looking for a fresh start. His own releases were less successful, with a solo album, Fine.
  5. Mar 16,  · Andy Fraser discography and songs: Music profile for Andy Fraser, born 3 July Genres: Rock, Blues Rock. Albums include Woodstock 94, Andy Fraser Band, and Fine Fine Line.
  6. FlyGuitars Fine Fine Line () was released ten years after In Your Eyes - why was there such a long gap before it's release and why did you choose not play bass on that record?. Andy Fraser I had moved to the US. Made a complete break, and spent most of my time writing and strengthening my voice. It was the aforementioned Kim Turner, who was the motivating force to do the Fine, Fine Line.
  7. Andy Fraser music CDs Import only double-disc album featuring a compilation which captures the rise of one of the UK's most talented blues / rock bands, from their very first session in [astonishingly, recorded just days after bass play Andy Fraser's 16th birthday] through to their last official recording for the beeb, 'In Concert' for John Peel in July and includes the rare .
  8. This album by "FREE" bassist, Andy Fraser, is the best kept secret of the 80's!!! Masterfully, written, produced, played, sang and recorded!!! It's one of the beat albums of that or any era!!! Every song, from title track, "Fine Fine Line" to a killer cover of, "Do You Love Me" (now that I can dance), is beyond, excellent and rockin'!!!/5.

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