Phil Free

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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.