Alex Fergusson (musician)

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Alex Fergusson (born 16 December 1952, Glasgow) is a Scottish guitarist / record producer.

Fergusson played in the Nobodies before forming the punk band Alternative TV with Mark Perry in 1977, and a few years later (in 1981) joined Psychic TV.[1][2][3] He left the latter in 1987.

In 1993 he released an eponymous white label vinyl LP, followed by Perverse Ballads in 1996, The Essence in 2001, and The Castle in 2006.

As a record producer under the working title of AF Productions, Fergusson has worked with a list of musicians, including Orange Juice, The Go-Betweens, Dorothy[disambiguation needed] and Gaye Bykers on Acid.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Thompson, Dave "Alternative TV Biography", Allmusic. Retrieved 20 June 2014
  2. ^ Huey, Steve "Psychic TV Biography", Allmusic. Retrieved 20 June 2014
  3. ^ Reed, S. Alexander (2013) Assimilate: A Critical History of Industrial Music, OUP USA, ISBN 978-0199832606, p. 141