Antony Genn

Antony Genn (born 1971 in Sheffield, England) is a British musician formerly in Pulp. He also toured with Elastica in 1995-1996, playing keyboards. He is known for co-writing with Joe Strummer and forming The Mescaleros in 1999. Antony co-wrote and produced The Mescaleros first album Rock Art and the X-Ray Style. Antony was also guitarist and M.D of the band until his departure in 2000. He has been with The Hours since 2004.

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The Mescaleros - History
... The song "Yalla Yalla" was originally written by this trio, and mixed by Antony Genn ... Once Genn was brought on board, a new song "Techno D-Day" was recorded, at which point Strummer, at the behest of Genn, began recording a new record ... Genn, although not a bad guitar player, reportedly did not have the ability to play sufficient lead guitar, hence Slattery was brought in ...

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