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Recording studio in Birmingham. Anyone have anymore information about this place?
Frank Skarth’s studio was based in Erdington. Charged G.B.H, Musical Youth, Zanti Misfitz, Beshara and many more recorded there.
Frank’s studio in Erdington was only a 4 track. He then built a 24 track in the basement of the old post office building opposite Aston University. I was one of the three partners. I’ve got pics and info if you want them. The reason why I looked up FSR is that I’m putting together a personal profile for the band I currently play with which includes stuff about FSR studios
HELP-Can anyone remember the address of this studio ,We Did the Mell Square Musick EP there in 79 .I remember it as being just down from the Yenton pub but can’t recognise it these days,anyone know the house number please? Also does anyone know what happened to frank skarth after his 24track Bagot st studio closed
I think Frank Skarth died in the late 1980s or early 90s
29 Bagot Street, B4. I just found an old card in a recording recently. Hope it helps.
Yep, number 29, The picture for the cover of GBH’s ‘Give Me Fire’ was taken in the doorway… [discogs] https://www.discogs.com/Charged-GBH-Give-Me-Fire-Man-Trap/release/820627#images/944849
hi was wondering if u could help me with a enquiry i have regarding my late father whom was a session drummer maybe in the 60s till 80s and may have done some recordings at the FSR . hes name was john / johnny prickett any information you may find will be much appreciated ,or if you if you can point me in the right direction on where i might able to find this information help
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