Francisco Cabeza has 2 album credits
Big Planet, Scarey Planet
Early 1989 was, indeed a strange and desperate time after all that triumphalist Tory looting that had been going on. We listened to a lot of hip-hop and soul music at the time, and I think that we considered ourselves sufficiently HARD to take the whole fucker on in an l.p. Possibly with a more "clued-in" producer and a bit more self-discipline we could have come up with something like what we were looking for.
One of the better Creation-era compilations. Canadian release.
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May 1 and May 2 1998 players
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1May2019 9:02 PM (47 days 21 hours ago)
It was Garrick Simmons on bass guitar for the May 1, 1998 show at The Point and May 2, 1998 Private Wedding.