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, with Sandy Robertson (later a rock journalist of note), before forming the punk band Alternative TV with Mark Perry in 1977, and a few years later (in 1981) joined Psychic TV. He left the latter in 1987.
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 Max Prior (Dorothy) and Gaye Bykers on Acid.
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