Andrew James Dalrymple Gill (born 1 January 1956 - 1 February 2020) was a British musician and record producer. He was the lead guitarist for the British rock band Gang of Four, which he co-founded in 1976. Gill was known for his jagged style of guitar on albums such as Entertainment! (1979) and Solid Gold (1981) and hit singles such as "At Home He's a Tourist," "Damaged Goods," "Anthrax," "What We All Want" and "I Love a Man in a Uniform".
In addition to his work with Gang of Four, Gill was also record producer, and produced or co-produced all of the band's albums. He also produced albums for artists such as the Red Hot Chili Peppers, the Jesus Lizard, the Stranglers, the Futureheads, Michael Hutchence, Killing Joke, Polysics, Fight Like Apes, Therapy? and the Young Knives.
1 Personal life
2.1 with Gang of Four
2.3 Production credits
4 External links
Gill was married to Catherine Mayer, a journalist and the co-founder of the Women's Equality Party. Gill was often confused with The Independent's music critic, also named Andy Gill.
Gill's death was announced by Gang of Four on 1 February 2020.
with Gang of Four
Main article: Gang of Four (band) § Discography
"Dispossession" 12-inch single (1987), Survival
Gang of Four - Entertainment! (1979)
Gang of Four - Another Day/Another Dollar (1982)
Red Hot Chili Peppers - The Red Hot Chili Peppers (1982)
Gang of Four - Mall (1991)
The Jesus Lizard - Blue (1998)
Bis - Social Dancing (1999)
Killing Joke - Killing Joke (2003)
The Futureheads - The Futureheads (2004)
Young Knives - Voices of Animals and Men (2006)
Therapy? - Crooked Timber (2009)
Fight Like Apes - The Body of Christ and the Legs of Tina Turner (2010)
Gang of Four - Content (2011)
Gang of Four - What Happens Next
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