Ten Notes On A Summer's Day

by Crass

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The Ten Notes On A Summer's Day words were written in the Summer of 1984 and music worked on and recorded in the Winter of that year and on and off throughout 1985. This recording represents Crass' last "formal" work. We shall continue to make statements both individually and as a group, yet no longer feel obliged to be limited by the inward looking format of the 'band'.

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released June 24, 2014

Crass were: Steve Ignorant, vocals....Eve Libertine, vocals....Joy de Vivre, vocals...Phil Free, guitars...Pete Wright, bass...Penny Rimbaud, drums...G Sus, visuals...Mick Duffield, films...and with love and respect, B.A.Nana who went his own way in Summer 1984. The recording engineers on 10 Notes were John Loder, Anders Frandsen, Michael McDowell and Mel Jefferson, who also engineered the mix. The keyboards were played by Penny Rimbaud. All work was undertaken at Southern Studios.

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Crass England, UK

Crass was founded by Steve Ignorant & Penny Rimbaud in 1977. Members included Gee Vaucher, Steve Herman, Eve Libertine, Phil Free, N.A. Palmer, Pete Wright, Joy De Vivre, Mick Duffield & John Loder. Crass popularised the anarcho-punk movement of the punk subculture, advocating direct action, a DIY ethic, animal rights & environmentalism. ... more

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