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Roddy Frame: “I wish some of the people I love would not make so many records”

Roddy Frame: “I wish some of the people I love would not make so many records”

Roddy Frame talks about his new album, Seven Dials, and why he takes so long to make albums, in the new Uncut, dated June 2014, and out now.

The Aztec Camera man’s forthcoming Seven Dials album is the follow-up to 2006’s Western Skies, and only his fourth album as a solo artist.

“People are asking why I’ve got gaps in my CV, but I didn’t think making music was ever about working to a schedule,” explain Frame. “Frankly, with some of the people I love, I wish they’d take more time and not make so many records.”

The new Uncut, dated June 2014, is out now.

Photo: Steve Gullick

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