Excellent music ! (English version) October 10, 2006
Written by KingTarkus
I make excuses myself in the first place for English, but I do not know it !
I have made translate my thought from a system automatic rifle.
I must express my best ones compliments to an artist like Robert Fripp which, once again astonishes to us and it makes us to dream far and serene and above all restless worlds!
From Italian yours fan!
Robert Fripp is Best!
Excellent! October 3, 2006
Written by drczajk
Personally, I do not find this music to be darker. Deeper is a better description. Iíve been a fan since the Frippertronic days and for me this is amoung the best Iíve heard so far. Itís right up there with Blessing of Tears.
Wow September 30, 2006
Written by millingt
This is one of the most compelling listens of all the soundscapes. Sid was not exagerating one bit. Robert really puts forward some new material on themes that have been established for almost a year. This performance provides the best use of space I have heard yet. The entire performance is more tranquil, and dark. Especially on At the End Of Time, and Even Song. This performance cant be listened to just one song at a time, the whole performance is essential to understanding the feeling. I would not recommend this as a first soundscape download, but it is certainly essential to anyone who has enjoyed Frippís work to date.
Stellar performance Mr. Fripp. Looking forward to P6 in the USA.
a longer sense of the time September 30, 2006
Written by satsko
A slight and inevitable return, just as a partial vision, to some fifteen years ago to a minor but well known threnody, just when the destiny of the old earth was apparent to a very few. It is of great consolation to trust somebody who can hold in front of himself a longer sense of the time, and who does remember what we all got through. any series of soundscapes seem like a painful transition to the next in retrospective but this one are an example of the best possible synthesys so far. we feel the need to share our vision of the new earth, but some of us see beyond and fortunately the feel the same need. they has our eternal gratitude.
The Fourth Day September 28, 2006
Written by BillJames
These soundscapes are something different. While many themes from the current series (December Suites, Doing Dixie, and Cathedral Tours) are apparent in them, there is a quality to these that makes them a departure from those. I canít find the correct adjective, but the words "darker" and "ominous" came up for me, though totally without the negative connotations. While some of the sounds of "Time Stands Still" and "At the End of Time" will be familiar, they are sketches on a different background, and the wonderful "Evensong Coda" fades out in recursive waves suggestive of fading light, arriving at a place hinted at in some of Fripp/Enoís "Evening Star" album. I echo the "Highly Recommended."
Rhapsodic indeed September 27, 2006
Written by cuicawrangler
Even after one listen through, this music is truly inspirational and evocative. Beautifully recorded and presented. Thank you to artist, audience and technical folk alike - everyone that conspired to bring this forth.