Wednesday, October 14, 2020

FROZEN PLASTIC - "Glider" (1992)

Here's an interesting CD that it's hard to find any extra information about! I can tell you that it was created by a pair of Jeffs, Farley and Charreaux. Jeff Farley was in a group called Astrobleme, and Jeff Charreaux was in the very cool band called Ultraviolet Eye. One of Jeff C's more current projects is a group called "The Walker Brigade."
Jeff Charreaux had sent me some CDs, and some video tapes to be used on our public access TV show called "Offbeat," and I'm pretty sure this is from the same early 1990's period, even though there is no date on this CD!

This was a side venture that Jeff and Jeff were having fun with, and was actually made to be used as background music. They said it was a tribute to Brian Eno's "Music For Airports" LP from 1978.
So they called themselves Frozen Plastic, and the name of this CD was "Glider." It had three distinct sections, "Sky," "Land," and "Sea," of which I'll present one to you!

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