Phil Free

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Phil Free
Birth namePhil Clancey
Also known asPhil Free
GenresAnarcho punk
Occupation(s)guitarist
Instrumentselectric guitar
Years active1977–1984
LabelsCrass Records, Small Wonder Records
Associated actsCrass

Phil Clancey[1] known as Phil Free is a British musician and artist, most well known as guitarist for anarcho punk band Crass.

Crass[edit]

Free joined the band in 1977 and plays on all their albums and singles.[2]

Discography (with Crass)[edit]

LPs[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • "Reality Asylum / Shaved Women" (CRASS1, 7", 1979) [UK Indie – #9]
  • "You Can Be You" (521984/1, 7" single by Honey Bane, backed by Crass under the name Donna and the Kebabs, 1979) [UK Indie – #3]
  • "Bloody Revolutions / Persons Unknown" (421984/1, 7" single, joint released with the Poison Girls, 1980) [UK Indie – #1]
  • "Tribal Rival Rebel Revels" (421984/6F, flexi disc single given away with Toxic Grafity (sic) fanzine, 1980)
  • "Nagasaki Nightmare / Big A Little A" (421984/5, 7" single, 1981) [UK Indie – #1]
  • "Sheep Farming In The Falklands / Gotcha" (121984/3, 7" single, 1982, originally released anonymously as a flexi-disc) [UK Indie – #1]
  • "How Does It Feel To Be The Mother Of 1000 Dead? / The Immortal Death" (221984/6, 7" single, 1983) [UK Indie – #1]
  • "Whodunnit?" (121984/4, 7" single, 1983), pressed in "shit coloured vinyl") [UK Indie – #2]
  • "You're Already Dead / Nagasaki is Yesterday's Dog-End / Don't get caught" (1984, 7" single, 1984)

Live recordings[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Berger, George (2006). The Story of Crass. Omnibus Press. p. 89.
  2. ^ Berger, George (2006). The Story of Crass. Omnibus Press.