At different times in their career the Scottish pop group Aztec Camera were indie darlings, high-charting pop stars, and skilled crafters of sophisticated modern sounds. Guided by Roddy Frame's deft guitar playing, nifty way with a melody, and a warm and inviting vocals style, the band debuted with a legendary single, 1981's "Just Like Gold" and instant classic album, 1983's High Land, Hard Rain, before launching an idiosyncratic career that saw them working with top-notch session players, dueting with Mick Jones on a hit single (1990's "Good Morning Britain"), and finishing their short run with a pretty album (1995's Frestonia) that sounded like the filpside of Brit Pop's brashness. No matter the setting, Frame's songwriting could be counted on to cut through the stylistic shifts deliver the kind of adult listening experience the band's ...
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