unfolding. emergent October 21, 2009
Written by leakstev
thereís beauty throughout this recording. it is (despite the geographic placement of its emerging) very pacific sounding. where the frippertronics can be coloured with smears of yellow and shards of red (crimson even), shades of blue abound in this music. it has a softness about it in the blurred arcs and string bending that characterizes some of frippís gentler frippertronic work. the solos have a quality of reflective questing about them. a sense of unfolding. a sense of emerging. a most aching sense of the knowing of work ahead.
loop and solo ii are astonishing revelatory insights into what was possible with the frippertronics.
iím grateful to the sound engineer and the musician for this music. steven
l'homme brŻlant October 19, 2009
Written by lotusspray
Fine work by both performer and audio engineer. Very much appreciate the original loops which have a power apart from being vehicles for soloing.
A no-brainer purchase October 19, 2009
Written by jblock
Great sound quality and performance, with some interesting components to every loop. If you have any interest in vintage Fripptronics this is a good place to start (or continue).
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