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During the interview with Robert Fripp for "David Bowie: Five Years" (2013)
...a question was asked, answered, and edited out of the documentary.

Q: Why was Bowie so influential? (paraphrase).
A: He spoke on behalf of what is highest in all of us.

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Robert Fripp String Quintet in Japan
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Fri., Feb 5, 2016
Alex Mundy has selected two more toe-tapping numbers from those plectrum-picking popsters, the Robert Fripp String Quintet in Japan. More


Wonderful, Wonderful Copenhagen
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Mon., Feb 1, 2016
King Crimson’s stay in Copenhagen has been extended to take in another concert. More


Crimson! Album Launch & Pre-Order
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., Jan 28, 2016
Crimson! - a collaboration between the Delta Saxophone Quartet and pianist Gwilym Simcock featuring arrangements of King Crimson material and an original piece by Simcock, -  is now available for pre-order here. More


Keith Tippett Solo Album
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., Jan 28, 2016
Keith Tippett, who contributed to In The Wake Of Poseidon, Lizard and Islands, has a new solo album out. More


Fripp On Weird Album Shock!
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., Jan 28, 2016
The readers of Mojo have nominated their 50 Weirdest Albums and up there in 4th place is Van Der Graaf Generator's 1971 classic, Pawn Hearts, which also includes some tasty licks from Robert Fripp. More


Mr.Mundy's Tuesday Tickle
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Tue., Jan 26, 2016
Alex Mundy has been digging around the vaults and has come up with a previously unheard piece from King Crimson's 2004 writing sessions. More


America's Greatest Innovation?
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Tue., Jan 26, 2016
Vernon Reid nominates the electric guitar as America's greatest innovation and name checks a certain guitarist as a pioneer of the instrument in this radio piece. More


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Robert Fripp - Jun. 01, 2006

Day one of the Churchscapes tour got underway in the county of Gloucestershire. The crew for the tour was old hand, John Sinks and newcomer sound engineer, Trev Wilkins. “It’s lovely laying the leads and cables here without having to

Robert Fripp - Jun. 16, 2006
A mere 910 years after work had begun on the construction of Norwich Cathedral Robert Fripp’s soundscaping melds with these ancient stones. The reaction of many of those experiencing the soundscapes on this tour was that notions of time and

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David Singleton - Mon. 21st Dec 2015

Safely back from Canada and Japan - a cunningly designed trip staying in each country just long enough to almost adjust to the jetlag before moving on and repeating the sleepless Read more

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