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a moment of clarity (or something like it)
:: Posted by jbyrne on March 21, 2015

Keep you complaints, and your regrets, to a minimum.
Best regards, JB

Two Nights In Salford
:: Posted by emmapeelfanclub on March 21, 2015

What the Hell... just snapped up a ticket for the second show in Salford so am set to witness both nights there. Should be a very interesting experience and Iíd like to thank Robert, Mel, Jakko, Tony, Pat, Bill and Gavin (and all behind the scenes) for this opportunity.

bass lines
:: Posted by charlietip on March 21, 2015

Wow ! that Bass....r.i.p.....Andy Fraser.

:: Posted by schizoidman on March 20, 2015

Exposure is one of Robert Frippís best albums. Conceptually strong, thereís something about the journal-like structure which works brilliantly. Itís an album to which Iíve returned again and again and, unlike so many post-punk albums, has never dated. North Star and Mary are beautiful; Here Comes the Flood far surpasses Peter Gabrielís solo album version. It shows RF as a true individual.

Eye Wide Open
:: Posted by Royston on March 20, 2015

And here I was all this time thinking the eyeball belonged to a woman.

Re; Moonchild tribute!
:: Posted by Valhalla on March 20, 2015

A nice version of Moonchild, wonderful!

Re; Daevid Allen
:: Posted by Valhalla on March 20, 2015

I read Sidís comments on Daevid Allen the day after his passing, a nice touch indeed! Whilst i cannot confess to being a Gong fan at all, I have always appreciated their contribution to that wonderful musical realm. Maybe it is time for me to journey into that void & indulge in their íexperimentationí on a ídeeperí level.
I have listened to selections of their music over the years online & a friend owned one of the Steve Hillage Gong albums years ago. The people who introduced me to Crimson, Yes, The Moodies, Genesis & Tull decades ago back in the 70ís, didnít appear to be into Gong at that time, at least from my distant memory that is!
I noticed he was in Australia not long before he flew away. was he returning home perhaps for the final lift off? RIP.

:: Posted by kingcrimson7 on March 20, 2015

Exposure is the work that Fripp displays a message to the world, in other words we will suffer, but doing good, not doing evil, breathless I feel like the man and the ambition to always get to the same place, all the recording if you listen carefully, is an exhibition of the world, and the end, cries, while Fripp plays, some argue and others suffer, NY3, I May Not Have Had Enough of Me but Iíve Had Enough of You, no way, and so all the time, male and female.
A recording to think,
here comes the flood, this issue tells you the reality of this world.
If you listen peacefully
this recording,  you won.

in you I trust

Re: Reds
:: Posted by mikefrost on March 19, 2015

The only thing on the 40th Anniversary edition not on The Road To Red is the Melody ORTF footage but that appears on the Starless box set, which you may want to pick up in the future. Still, itís nice to have all the spines lined up so you may want to get the 40th Anniversary anyway... :-)

:: Posted by thomasc1982 on March 19, 2015

Just got the Road To Red. Am I ok to pass on my 40th cd/dvd or is there anything on that set not in the rtr? Thanks

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