Good, maybe even great, but not my thing July 1, 2009
Written by JLAdams
This music, while great, shows that RF would not have been a very effective fusion guy (assuming that "fusion guy" was a title to which he would have aspired).
To me personally, I now understand why 81-84 Crim rarely goes six weeks without getting some play in my home, while Brufordís One Of A Kind gets the once a year treatment, and the answer is most emphatically NOT that the latter is anything less than fantastic music performed by musicians who mean it.
The key difference, IMO, is originality. 81-84 KC has it to the extent that the music does not lend itself to categorization. BBís work with Jeff Berlin, on the other hand, is fusion.
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|How strange the change! Wed., Mar 24, 2010|
Posted by: AndyFox
I used to listen to Piccadilly Radio (261AM) growing up through the 1980ís & whilst I donít remember hearing this when it would have been broadcast, at that time I would have switched it off without Read more
|Buy it now Tue., Mar 23, 2010|
Posted by: jhessel
This is a beautiful piece of music
|gorgeous Tue., Mar 23, 2010|
Posted by: lanzarishi
..as usual. It reminds me somewhat, of a piece on SABB, with a different effect of course but it has that familiar quality to it. For a buck I would download RF Read more
|The Missing Link? Mon., Mar 22, 2010|
Posted by: DeVito
Or one missing link, anyway. Iíve wondered how Frippertronics transformed into Soundscapes; this seems like an early step in the process. Kind of an odd set of sounds -- doesnít have the focus and intensity of Frippertronics, nor Read more
|Not typical, but recommended Mon., Mar 22, 2010|
Posted by: JorgeSouto
I had to dowload this one, that day was my 18th birthday! This doesnít sound very Fripp-like. It actually reminds me at certain points of the tracks (or atmospheres, using their own words) Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois produced for Read more
|Jungle Mon., Feb 22, 2010|
Posted by: anothertheletter
I now feel happy that my long term fantasy, in which the double trio covered Jungle Boogie, had some basis in reality. Cheers, Robert
|A New Low (and I don't mean David Bowie in Berlin) Mon., Feb 22, 2010|
Posted by: DocBobster
These are of novelty interest as the cheesiest items ever posted at DGM Live. Pedestrian ideas, played in a pedestrian fashion, seemingly recorded using tin cans and string. It seems entirely possible that these were performed by one of the Read more
|Crunchy but Chic Mon., Feb 22, 2010|
Posted by: desol81
Interesting snapshot of NYC Fripp. But white boy ainít got no soul! Go eat at Sylviaís.
|Sadness has his own intent. Mon., Feb 8, 2010|
Posted by: Armand
There are more waves with a sorrowful timbre than usual in other soundscapes, and that makes this download so beautiful. The soundquality is also very good, and the little disturbance on some places is not irritant at Read more
|Excellent music, fantastic value! Fri., Feb 5, 2010|
Posted by: AndyFox
Ethereal, with an edge! The Q&A was a welcome bonus.
A fantasitic bargin at six quid (ish)
Sound quality was excellent.
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