|For those interested in British folk rock, look no further.
|Franco Falsini is best known as the founder of Sensations' Fix, but in the 80s he fronted a few disco/new wave outfits, most notably Electra, and with his brother Riccardo, The Antennas.
|Musically somewhat akin to Traffic and trademarked by the growl of Roger Chapman, Family was one of the most original and rewarding bands of the era. They avoided almost every cliche of the genre while remaining one of...
|Far East Family Band
|The definitive Japanese space rock band, originally called "Far Out". Klaus Schulze mixed the well known Nipponjin album, a re-recording of previous material, and the excellent Parallel World, the later at Virgin's...
|Musician, author, journalist but most of all agent provocateur of London's Underground
|German for "fist", Faust were pioneers in the studio. After two albums for Polydor, they signed with the fledgling Virgin label. Priced as a single, The Faust Tapes album sold a staggering 50,000 + copies - amazing...
|Graham Field fronted this band after he left Rare Bird, with ex-King Crimson Andy McCulloch holding the drum stool. Second album was recorded but left in the vaults.
|Flash rock, Dutch style
|Peter Banks post-Yes band, had some degree of success in the United States. Featured Colin Carter on vocals and Ray Bennett on bass guitar.
|Canadian progressive rock band featured Cameron Hawkins, Nash The Slash, and later Ben Mink.
|Premiere Dutch band hit the big time in both the UK and US, due to the talents of guitarist Jan Akkerman and flautist Thys Van Leer, and one silly hit record, "Hocus Pocus" by Focus!
|Sandy Denny's post-Fairport group, with future husband Trevor Lucas.
|Fripp & Eno
|Not ever a band per se, but rather a project, with Revox.
|Robert Fripp's work with King Crimson, Brian Eno, David Bowie earned him a reputation as one of England's original guitarists, and one of prog rock's cornerstones.
|Former Henry Cow founder Fred Frith has pushed the boundaries of what is considered "guitar-playing". His early solo albums include work with members of Aksaq Maboul, Zamla, Etron Fou LeLoublan and Massacre.
|Edgar Froese, guitarist and founder of Tangerine Dream.
|Hamburg's finest, Inga Rumpf, Jean-Jacques Kravetz, Carsten Bohn, and Karl-Heinz Schott, blazed as Frumpy before morphing into Atlantis.
|These Irish sons hailed from Belfast but found success with the Dawn label, a subsidiary of Pye Records.
|Führs & Fröhling
|Gerd Führs and Heinz Fröhling post-SFF work.