Pete Frame

Pete FramePete Frame started drawing his Rock Family Trees in Zigzag, Britain’s first rock magazine, which he founded in 1969.

They subsequently appeared in Sounds, NME, Melody Maker and Rolling Stone, on album sleeves and CD inserts. BBC Television broadcast two series of Rock Family Trees – plus further programmes based on his Monty Python genealogy and his Manchester United family trees.

Several volumes of his collected works have been published by Omnibus Press.

To understand more about the man and his work, take a look at An interview with Pete Frame conducted in 1999 by Beppe Colli.



Thoughts on fencing flatworm recordings, oTo, Rob Hayler and radiofreemidwich (Part 1) :: Bang the Bore on

[...] Orchestra jams of around the same time. Of course, they both exist as branches of the same putative Pete Frame drone family tree that stretches, well, back to the first utterance of om. Or to the first tree [...]


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Pete Frame’s Story

Pete FramePete Frame started drawing his Rock Family Trees in Zigzag, Britain’s first rock magazine, which he founded in 1969.

They subsequently appeared in Sounds, NME, Melody Maker and Rolling Stone, on album sleeves and CD inserts. BBC Television broadcast two series of Rock Family Trees – plus further programmes based on his Monty Python genealogy and his Manchester United family trees.

Several volumes of his collected works have been published by Omnibus Press.