[25] Boyd had already invited Richard Thompson to play on Julie Covington's debut album. “And someone is going to do a bit of Sandy.”, So how did he feel about that era now? The Bunch were almost the reverse conceptually – a grouping of English folk rock musicians (including Sandy Denny, Linda Peters and members of Fairport Convention) recording a selection of classic rock and roll tunes. But he insists that the album is not autobiographical. However, a shake-up at Capitol saw Hale Milgrim (Thompson's champion and fan within the boardroom) replaced by Garry Gersh. In between leaving Fairport Convention in early 1971 and releasing his debut solo album in 1972 he undertook a large amount of session work, most notably on albums by John Martyn, Al Stewart, Matthews Southern Comfort, Sandy Denny, Mike Heron and Nick Drake. Rumor and Sigh was nominated for a Grammy and sold well. Get Richard Thompson setlists - view them, share them, discuss them with other Richard Thompson fans for free on setlist.fm! he then switched to a late 60s Stratocaster. People are lustful, jealous, God knows what. “As a musician I’ve travelled all over the U.S., so nothing is alien to me … The name is found most in central Scotland - there was a John Thomson in Ayrshire in 1318 who led part of Edward Bruce's invading army … Margaret Schroeder, who is portrayed by Kelly Macdonald on the Boardwalk Empire TV show, is primarily a combination of two individuals, Nucky's second wife, showgirl Florence Osbeck (pictured) who was 25 years his junior, and Mary Ill, a housewife and boardinghouse maid who fell upon hard times and requested a meeting with Nucky. It was during this tour that Thompson and Covey developed an intimate relationship, and during that month, Richard and Linda Thompson separated. ROBERT Thompson abducted and tortured to death two-year-old James Bulger alongside his partner in crime Jon Venables when they were just ten years … Richard John Thompson is an English musician, songwriter and guitarist. Thompson appeared on his ex-wife Linda's studio album Fashionably Late on the song "Dear Mary". [55] This was followed, in 2017, by a second acoustic album Acoustic Classics II which reached number 24 on the UK Albums Chart. Prior to using a Stratocaster with Fairport Convention he used a Gibson Les Paul with P-90 pick-ups. [23] He remains a committed Muslim. In January 1971 Thompson announced that he was leaving Fairport Convention. Those transmissions comprise his nineteenth solo album, 13 Rivers. Music critic Neil McCormick described Thompson as "a versatile virtuoso guitarist and a sharp observational singer-songwriter whose work burns with intelligence and dark emotion". It was during his marriage to Linda that Richard discovered Islam. Richard and Linda Thompson in 1975. Richard Thompson and Zara Phillips. He has also performed and recorded with Teddy Thompson, his son from his marriage to Linda Thompson. [53] The album reached number 10 in the UK Album chart, his first album to reach the UK top 10. I can contribute more having a culturally British point of view.” Even in the midwest, he can still knock them for six. He has made prominent use of Stratocasters, as he has a general preference for the sound of single coil pick-ups. [7] Many varied musicians have recorded Thompson's compositions.[8][9]. Richard Thompson was born in Ladbroke Crescent, Notting Hill, West London, England. But being a performing musician I do 100 shows a year, and I’m away 150 days, so where you are based is less important.”, Does he have problems as a Muslim living in the States in the Trump era? [61][62], In July 2019 New West Records released a soundtrack album for the documentary The Cold Blue, featuring the film's original score composed by Thompson. Froom and PolyGram had plans to target college and the growing "alternative" markets with Daring Adventures. Guessing that Playboy expected most people's lists to start at around 1950, Thompson took the magazine at its word and presented a list of songs from the 11th century to the present day. The dysphonia wasn’t too bad in those days. It featured interviews with Thompson from his home in California and contributions from Billy Connolly, Bonnie Raitt, ex-wife Linda Thompson, Harry Shearer and Thompson's then wife Nancy Covey. [34] Upon returning home, Richard and Linda went their separate ways. Poetry overlaps a lot with songwriting, as does storytelling in any form, and I’d probably throw in cinema as an influence as well for that reason. [18] Later in 1969, Fairport re-grouped with a new drummer, Dave Mattacks, and also invited the well known fiddle player, Dave Swarbrick, to join. Thompson has continued to guest on albums by an array of artists, from Crowded House, Bonnie Raitt and Vivian Stanshall, to Norma Waterson and BeauSoleil and folk artists like Loudon Wainwright III, Cathal McConnell (of The Boys of the Lough) and Bob Davenport. Thompson first gained prominence in the late 1960s as the lead guitarist and songwriter for the folk rock group Fairport Convention, which he had co-founded in 1967. Thompson has made intermittent use of Roland's GK-1 pick-up and GL-2 synthesiser over the years. Richard Lee Roberts was born on November 12, 1948, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, the son of evangelist Granville Oral Roberts (died 2009) and school teacher Evelyn Lutman Roberts (died 2005). He is much nicer and he’s happy – so that’s great”. If you find something honest enough in yourself then it will be universal.”, But The Storm Won’t Come – “There’s a smell of death where I lay my head…” – is surely about his divorce? After the split, Richard moved to California, remarried, and relaunched his career. In 1997 he worked with long-time friend and band member Danny Thompson to record a concept album Industry that dealt with the decline of British industry. Richard Thompson OBE (born 3 April 1949) is an English singer, songwriter, and guitarist.[1]. In 1986 he released Daring Adventures, which was recorded in Los Angeles and produced by Mitchell Froom. While attending William Ellis School in Highgate, he formed his first band, Emil and the Detectives (named after a book and a movie by the same title) with classmate Hugh Cornwell, later lead singer and guitarist of The Stranglers, on bass guitar. Since the early 1990s Thompson has made prominent use of Lowden acoustic guitars for studio and live work; Lowden have made a signature model for him. “It was full of human foibles. Thompson continued recording for Capitol until 1999, when Mock Tudor was recorded and released. The output from the pick-up is usually fed into some effects pedals, typically a delay pedal and a Uni-Vibe.[65]. In 1985 Thompson signed with PolyGram and received a sizeable advance. Without having a hit record, more people come to shows now than they ever did.” As for the move to the east coast, “I was ready for a change. As an interim measure, Richard Thompson agreed to a short (5-day), low-key solo tour of the U.S. [29] Covey, who had been in the UK in 1981 trying to sign Thompson to play at McCabe's, arranged for Thompson well-received 5 and 6 December shows. [4][5] His 1991 song "1952 Vincent Black Lightning" was included in Time magazine's "All Time 100 Songs" list of the best English-language musical compositions released between 1923 and 2011. This comprised recordings made during Thompson's solo shows in the US in late 1981 and early 1982. [3] His songwriting has earned him an Ivor Novello Award[4] and, in 2006, a lifetime achievement award from BBC Radio. I guess because I was so heartbroken it freed me up. 70th birthday celebration at the Royal Albert Hall, Kami Thompson, who works with her husband, the Pretenders guitarist James Walbourne, in the Rails, a very old esoteric bookshop, Watkins in Covent Garden, Richard Thompson: 70th Birthday Celebration is at Royal Albert Hall. And then came the guitar solo, and Richard just played the most amazing solo. [6] Thompson was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2011 New Year Honours for services to music. And when people in other countries saw we did, it was possible for them to contemporise their own cultures.”. As part of the settlement that allowed Thompson to leave Boyd's Hannibal label for Polygram, the live album Small Town Romance was released. In 1983 and 1984 he toured the US and Europe with the Richard Thompson Big Band, which included two saxophone players in addition to the more usual rhythm section, second guitar and accordion. Also in 2013, Thompson appeared on his ex-wife Linda's fourth studio album Won't Be Long Now, on the track "Love's for Babies and Fools"[48] 1988 saw the release of Thompson's first album for Capitol, Amnesia. Like everything, good comes out of bad.”, So has she forgiven him? Of the generation of British guitarists born between 1940 and 1950, Thompson (b. Action Packed is a compilation of tracks from his Capitol releases, plus three hard-to-find songs. The performances, with a backing band including both Simon Nicol and Dave Mattacks of Fairport Convention, were seen as strong,[32][33] but the tension between Richard and Linda was all too obvious. But it was good for my voice. I think it always reflects your own experience and feelings, but it isn’t always in a way that’s clear. I use WIKI 2 every day and almost forgot how the original Wikipedia looks like. “But you’ve also got Trump in the White House, so maybe there’s a little bit of that in there as well.” And Her Love Was Meant For Me, isn’t that straightforward? About a year later Joe Boyd signed the Thompsons to his small Hannibal label and a new album was recorded. The album was licensed to different labels in different territories: Shout! Thompson is a cricket enthusiast – he cheerfully recalls his appearance on Test Match Special five years ago, singing 1952 Vincent Black Lightning – and he insists he “never wanted to be culturally absorbed by America. “Most of what I do revolves around the song. “I have. And it was all wonderful.”, By 1982 the marriage was at an end, but the deserved success of the Shoot Out the Lights album led to an infamous US tour. Factory in the US, P-Vine in Japan, Planet Records in Australia, and Proper Records in the UK and Europe. As Fairport's lineup and their sound evolved, Thompson continued to grow in stature as a player and as a songwriter with compositions like "Meet on the Ledge". They are both now adults and do not live with either of their parents. In 2004 Thompson was asked to create the soundtrack music for the Werner Herzog documentary Grizzly Man. Well, regulars around here will know I had set myself the challenge of writing 30 posts in 30 days to come out in solidarity with my college chums who are taking part in NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month). The Thompsons, now a couple for professional purposes only, toured the United States in support of the album, their only American tour together. “Trump has ramped up bigotry considerably. The son of a Scottish policeman, he was brought up as a Presbyterian “which I was not interested in. Polygram declined an option to renew the contract. There was lots of praying and guilt, and women were so subservient.” Richard, who was attracted to Sufism by “the nobility of being … it seemed like the way human being should be,” agreed that it wasn’t ideal. Thompson contributed music to BBC Northwest's documentary Hard Cash and appears on the eponymous accompanying album issued by Topic. The source code for the WIKI 2 extension is being checked by specialists of the Mozilla Foundation, Google, and Apple. “At aged 33, when I started singing solo, they treated me as a new artist and put me on college radio. Children are seen by society as innocent and pure, without malice. [citation needed], Thompson's eighteenth studio album, 13 Rivers was released on 14 September 2018. But sometimes the unthinkable happens – children kill. This box set gives an extensive overview of Thompson's long career without including content from any of his mainstream albums.. He played a solo which quotes from Django, from Charlie Christian, you know, an incredibly sophisticated little solo. Hunter S. Thompson on when and how Richard Nixon will leave the White House. At the end of the tour Richard rang and said: ‘Bruce Springsteen is male singer of the year and you are female singer of the year.’ Was it in Time or Rolling Stone? [30], Upon its release in 1982, Shoot Out the Lights was lauded by critics and sold quite well – especially in the U.S.[31][32]. The album was produced by son Teddy Thompson and features ex-wife Linda Thompson, The Rails who are Thompson's daughter Kami Thompson and her husband James Walbourne, as well as other related musicians, including Walbourne's brother and Richard Thompson's son from his second marriage. In 2001 Thompson declined the option to renew his contract with Capitol. We’ll see how it plays out – but the fact is that you still have more religious freedom in America or Britain than you do in a whole lot of Middle Eastern countries.”. Neither did its follow up, 1979's harder-edged and more cynical Sunnyvista. Congratulations on this excellent venture… what a great idea! Their son, a guitarist, is 18. Thompson produced the record himself at Boulevard Recording in Los Angeles. Richard Thompson, we’re thrilled to announce, is the subject of this year’s live MOJO Interview at Green Man 2019. The inspiration for this came when Playboy asked Thompson (and many other music industry figures) in 1999 for their suggestions for the "top ten songs of the millennium". [12], By the age of 18 Thompson was playing with the newly formed Fairport Convention. This enables him to adapt traditional songs, as on Strict Tempo! Thus, Thompson's next album Mirror Blue was held back for almost a year before being released. In October 1972 the couple were married, and Thompson, with Linda now effectively his front woman, regrouped for his next album and the next phase of his career. The Thompsons recorded two more albums—Hokey Pokey and Pour Down Like Silver, both released in 1975—before Richard Thompson decided to leave the music business. Picking up a guitar, emotions echoed through his deft fleet-fingered fretwork, poetic songwriting, impassioned picking. “Yes, it’s that way round. Thompson curated the 2010 Meltdown Festival. We have created a browser extension. The first of these was Live at Crawley, released in 1995. It resulted into ‘Dream Attic’—an album that was nominated for a Grammy Award in the same year. Richard Thompson Home; 13 Rivers; Bio; News; Video; Tour Dates; Discography; Photos; Shop; Archive; Contact; Email Sign Up He has worked with experimental guitarist Henry Kaiser, most notably as part of the ad hoc grouping French Frith Kaiser Thompson with whom he recorded two albums. He made use of these devices on 1979's Sunnyvista album and has occasionally used them in concert. He was later described by his son as "a bad amateur player ... with three chords, though, unfortunately, not C, F and G."[11] All these musical genres were to colour Thompson's playing in the years to come. Thompson continued releasing "official bootlegs" on his boutique label as an additional source of revenue – all live recordings. It pointed me to Hunter S. Thompson's book called Generation of Swine: Tales of Shame and Degradation in the '80s (New York: Summit Books, 1988). I love Richard Thompson. (1996), and Dream Attic (2010) – have been nominated for Grammy Awards[2], while Still (2015) was his first UK Top Ten album. Handsome, friendly, talented—Richard seemed to live a charmed life. The resulting album Dream Attic, released in August the same year, was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Folk Album. “He’ll do that,” says Richard. [D G# A C# A#m G Am Bm C Cm] Chords for Who Knows Where the Time Goes - Richard Thompson Live with capo transposer, play along with guitar, piano, ukulele & mandolin. Richard Thompson may be a virtuoso guitarist, but he insists that it’s the songs that are most important to him. British recording artist; singer, songwriter, guitarist, The Richard Thompson Electric Trio (with Michael Jerome and Taras Prodaniuk) at. I was beginning to despair I'd have to pore through Thompson's entire oeuvre page by page when I received a response to one of the queries I'd sent out to webmasters asking if they could cite a source. In 2010, Thompson put together a band and did various live shows, with the aim to record a new album in a live setting. By early 1969, when Fairport's second album What We Did on Our Holidays was recorded and released, Thompson was starting to emerge as a songwriter of distinction. RT- The Life and Music of Richard Thompson is a box set by Richard Thompson, released in February 2006.. As I said in my first post of the month, the idea is to throw down 1650 words per day for the whole of November, and by the end of it all you’ll have a novel. The cast will also include old and new British folk heroes, from Martin and Eliza Carthy to Olivia Chaney. In 2009 Thompson was commissioned to write a piece for the International Society of Bassists in honour of Danny Thompson. In early 2010 Thompson assembled a band and did a string of shows showcasing new material. [35] He and Nancy Covey married at an alcohol-free wedding that included a who's who of roots-music performers who Covey knew well from McCabe's and the Los Angeles music scene, and had introduced to Thompson. [19], In April 1972 he released his first solo album Henry the Human Fly, recording with Sandy Denny, Pat Donaldson, Sue Draheim, John Kirkpatrick, Barry Dransfield, Ashley Hutchings, Linda Peters, Andy Roberts, and others. [21] With time Henry has come to be more highly regarded, but at the time the critics' response hurt both Thompson and his career.[21]. It’s incredibly destructive, divisive, and harmful. Thompson was awarded the Orville H. Gibson Award for best acoustic guitar player in 1997. Subject: Where does Richard Thompson live? For more than 50 years, his songwriting output has been remarkable, from the gently bleak and lyrical ballads that are performed regularly in folk clubs (where some listeners probably think they are traditional) through to equally bleak, upbeat favourites like Tear-Stained Letter or the pounding, edgy and emotional stories of foreboding on his latest electric album, 13 Rivers. A track from the album, Time To Ring Some Changes is included in the 2009 Topic Records 70-year anniversary boxed set Three Score and Ten as track thirteen on the sixth CD. The day after I visit, they are off to celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary in Big Sur. The children of Richard Roberts and Patti Thompson live on their own. Thompson appears on Willie Nile's 1991 Places I Have Never Been album. In the 1980s, he was associated with a loose-fitting group called The Golden Palominos, who were led by drummer Anton Fier and included at times on stage and on record Jack Bruce, Michael Stipe, Carla Bley, John Lydon, Bill Laswell and others. To install click the Add extension button. And it was written, he says, “in a difficult personal time”. His decision seems to have been instinctive, rather than a calculated career move: I left Fairport as a gut reaction and didn't really know what I was doing, except writing. His father, a Scot, was a Scotland Yard detective, and an amateur guitar player; several other family members had played music professionally. Rock music with an element of British traditional music in it was pretty much our innovation, and I’m very proud of that. Drummer Martin Lamble, aged 19, and Thompson's girlfriend Jeannie Franklyn were killed. It was word of mouth. Daring Adventures, with a rich sound, markedly different production and use of American session players, was perceived by some as evidence of Thompson's increasing "Americanisation". Then there will Simon Nicol and Ashley Hutchings, who along with Richard were the core trio in different teenage bands who evolved into the first Fairport Convention. The resulting album, First Light, was warmly received by critics[15] but did not sell particularly well. “I have no perspective on what I am doing. Sales improved, but not substantially. Like so many musicians of his generation, Thompson was exposed to and embraced rock and roll music at an early age, and he was also exposed to his father's jazz and traditional Scottish music record collection. The recording and touring band consisted of Thompson, Pete Zorn, (acoustic guitar, flute, saxophone, mandolin, vocals); Michael Jerome (drums, vocals), Taras Prodaniuk, (bass guitar, vocals); and Joel Zifkin, (electric violin, mandolin, vocals). David Thompson was born in London, England, … The Two John-Boys - Earl Hamner and Richard Thomas. With his separation from Linda finalized, Richard Thompson began to commute between twin bases in London and Los Angeles and to tour regularly in the USA. And at the same time – 70–71 – I was doing a lot of session work as a way of avoiding any serious ideas about a career. In early 2013 Thompson released Electric, recorded in Nashville with Buddy Miller producing. I Did It Again".[60]. That's it. After the Fairports, Richard recorded a serious of glorious, mostly bleak albums with his first wife Linda Thompson, a powerful, evocative singer whose career has been marred by dysphonia, a larynx disorder that makes it increasingly difficult for her to sing. Photograph: Rex. He continues to write and record new material regularly and frequently performs live at venues throughout the world. If you are not a white Christian, the implication is that you’re not a real American. At least ex-wife Linda has forgiven him, Last modified on Wed 2 Oct 2019 11.37 BST, Richard Thompson is drinking mint tea in a Hampstead coffee shop – he doesn’t touch coffee or alcohol – and between Islam and cricket, he’s discussing the remarkable guest list for his upcoming 70th birthday celebration at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Leonard Cohen songs, and Richard Fariña songs, and Bob Dylan songs, all being done in a kind of West-Coasty rock style. Shoot Out the Lights included new recordings of many of the songs recorded in 1980. Richard Thompson solo cover of the Sandy Denny classic with intro It will enhance any encyclopedic page you visit with the magic of the WIKI 2 technology. Richard Thompson at 70: on love, loss and being a Muslim in Trump's US. Three of his albums – Rumor and Sigh (1991), You? It was the second time the two have recorded together since Shoot Out the Lights. I trashed a dressing room, stole a car and got arrested. He continues to write and record new material regularly and frequently performs live at venues throughout the world. The atmosphere was very strange and it just didn't seem to work."[24]. “Sufism had appealed to me, but the guy who ran it was bit of a tyrant. He also makes use of different guitar tunings, such as (low to high) CGDGBE, DADGBE, DADGAD, and more. I was writing stuff and it seemed interesting and I thought it would be fun to make a record. Thomson (without the 'p') is the most frequent spelling in Scotland; Thompson is found more in the North of England and Thomas in Wales. Thompson acknowledges that this is an ambitious undertaking, partly because he reckons that he is technically unqualified to sing 98% of the material,[59] and partly because of the sparse musical setting he restricts himself to: besides his acoustic guitar, he's backed by singer/pianist Judith Owen and percussionist/singer Debra Dobkin. Set lists included covers of classic rock 'n roll songs and jazz standards such as "Tuxedo Junction". It was Pour Down Like Silver, with its cover photo of a turbaned Richard Thompson, that tipped the public off to the Thompsons' growing preoccupation with their faith. and 1000 Years of Popular Music. And to complete the family line-up there will Richard’s new partner Zara Phillips. The album was well received by critics, though sales were less than stellar. But no blues clichés. In 1991 Thompson recorded Rumor and Sigh, his second album for Capitol. Once again Froom produced. I just wanted a little more bite. Both the album and their live shows were well received by the American media,[31][32] and Shoot Out the Lights effectively relaunched their career – just as their marriage was falling apart. And Richard has changed has a lot. This suite was eventually commercially released in late 2012. He lived in Los Angeles for three decades, before moving to Montclair, New Jersey, earlier this year. Would you like Wikipedia to always look as professional and up-to-date? I like playing guitar to accompany a voice, or if there is a solo, then extending the narrative of the song.” So are his thrilling, spontaneous-sounding acoustic or electric guitar solos inspired by the song? And I like Zara. On 12 May 1969, between the recording and release of their next album Unhalfbricking, Fairport's van crashed on the M1 motorway on the way home from a gig at Mothers, a club in Birmingham. On the cover of their 1975 album Pour Down Like Silver, he and Linda are dressed in turban and headscarf, and for the next three years the couple disappeared from the music scene to spend much of their time in Islamic communities in London and then Norfolk. I write a song and think, ‘Where does this come from?’ Me? Richard Thompson OBE (born 3 April 1949) is an English singer, songwriter, and guitarist.. Linda Thompson's new memoir details her marriage to David Foster, who was later married to Yolanda Hadid. “And then do something of his … or Floyd’s. This line-up toured with Thompson the following two years. Largely because of the petrol shortage in Britain and its impact on the availability of vinyl for records, Bright Lights was held back by Island Records for nearly a year before being released in April 1974. Find information on all of Richard Thompson’s upcoming concerts, tour dates and ticket information for 2020-2021. The songs for the second Richard and Linda album, Hokey Pokey, were similarly written some time ahead of the album's recording and eventual release. “We might dip our toe into that repertoire,” says Richard. With spare studio time and the American session musicians hired to work on the Covington album available, the Thompsons went back into the studio to record under their own name for the first time in three years. And very, very slowly I did well. There are a number of retrospective collections of Thompson's work, many containing material which is unavailable elsewhere. Rafferty offered to finance the recording of a new Richard and Linda Thompson album which he would then use to secure a contract for the Thompsons. Thompson asked Joe Boyd to produce these sessions, and two days were spent on the initial recordings. This tour was set up by Nancy Covey, then concert director for McCabe's Guitar Shop in Santa Monica. We’ll be talking to folk-rock’s ultimate guitar hero on the Green Man’s Talking Shop stage before his show at the festival, which runs in the Brecon Beacons between August 15 and 18. The next year, he formed a duo with his then-wife Linda Thompson, which produced six albums, including the critically acclaimed I Want to See the Bright Lights Tonight (1974) and Shoot Out the Lights (1982). “And it was a community, not a commune,” said Richard. He has always been a nice guy and we share a love of all things Fender.”. 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