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Download links and information about Figments by Anton Fig. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 01:01:52 minutes.

Artist: Anton Fig
Release date: 2002
Genre: Rock, Pop
Tracks: 13
Duration: 01:01:52
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No. Title Length
1. Home (featuring Blondie Chaplin) 4:48
2. Hand on My Shoulder (featuring Brian Wilson, Blondie Chaplin) 4:31
3. Inside Out (featuring Ivan Neville, Randy Brecker) 4:29
4. More Than Friends (featuring Richie Havens, Enrique Vargas) 4:27
5. Know Where You Go (featuring Sebastian Bach, Ace Frehley) 5:49
6. Utopia (featuring Chris Spedding, Blondie Chaplin) 4:21
7. 3:4 Folk (featuring Richard Bona, Amit Chaterjee) 5:24
8. January, February, March 3:10
9. Tears (featuring Andy Snitzer, Chris Botti) 5:24
10. When the Good Die Young (featuring Chip Taylor) 5:56
11. Anyway That You Want Me (featuring Al Kooper) 3:34
12. Heart of Darkness 4:46
13. Know Where You Go II (Plus Hidden Track) (featuring Oz Noy, Brian Wilson) 5:13



Released as an independent limited-edition record in 2002 but receiving a wider circulation in 2015, Figments is the first completed solo album by Anton Fig, a drummer best known as the anchor of Paul Shaffer's house band on The Late Show with David Letterman. In that gig, Fig made plenty of famous friends and a lot of them show up here: Brian Wilson, Richie Havens, Ace Frehley, Ivan Neville, Sebastian Bach, Al Kooper, Donald "Duck" Dunn, Chris Spedding, and Chip Taylor, not to mention his fellow Late Show crew of Shaffer, Will Lee, Felicia Collins, and Sid McGinnis. That cast suggests an omnivorous musical appetite and Figments also feels intimate, betraying its roots as a project Fig cut with his friends at his Manhattan apartment. Such a description might be slightly misleading, suggesting something homemade, when this is really top-notch studio musicians having fun in an appropriately clean and punchy setting. Often, the playing, the stylistic reach and the sound take precedent over the songs; none of the tunes are grabbers and some bear melodies so subtle, they don't register. Nevertheless, Figments is interesting as a snapshot of what pros do in their downtime: as it turns out, they like to have fun playing clean, pan-genre studio pop that showcases their chops without being flashy.