|| November 29, 2006
|| Hitomi Memorial Hall Tokyo, Japan
Tokyo Soundscape. January 17, 2007
Written by Armand
The dark suspense continues in various ways.
There are five pieces, but I hear it as one piece, without interlude.
On the other hand, each piece is standing on its self, with its own unique power-
Two different ways of listening to this, and that is just the beginning of an endless
line of approaches.
To be short; a wonderful new equivalent of timelessness!
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|Wow Tue., Jun 6, 2006|
Posted by: pyython
Upon first listen, in a dimly lit living room, after a glass of wine, all I can say is Wow! Outstanding from beginning to end. Time Stands Still brings you in, At The End of Time Read more
|Wow! Thank you! Tue., Jun 6, 2006|
Posted by: FrankP
I was at this show and I won’t soon forget it. For me, it was "one of those nights". I still think about it months later. I could go into all of the different ways it was personally significant to Read more
|robert fripp Tue., Jun 6, 2006|
Posted by: corazon
robert, i’am very happy, thanks for the music in my heart.
|From the lady in the Wonderful Red Hat Tue., Jun 6, 2006|
Posted by: bendonna
Mr. Fripp, Thank you so much for putting the St. Louis show as a download. The show was fabulous and listening to it tonight brought back memories I will never Read more
|The Long Goodbye? Sun., May 21, 2006|
Posted by: gregjames
We were in the living room while my wife was nursing our baby girl. The sound was coming out of the tiny, tinny speakers on this iBook. It was a quiet time for us at the end of a busy Read more
|Even better in retrospect Wed., May 10, 2006|
Posted by: opusposthum
I am grateful for the opportunity of revisiting a special evening thanks to the availability of this performance. I thought it was something special at the time, and listening again only enhances my Read more
|interconnectedness at its best Wed., May 10, 2006|
Posted by: rosewoodblues
I would have to say that I normally do not seek out soundscape shows because most seem to be a bit self defeating at some point. Mr. Fripp however has managed to broaden the scope of my auditory senses yet Read more
|Transfiguration Thu., May 4, 2006|
Posted by: tyroberts
The soundscapes presentation in Atlanta was truly a spiritual experience for me. Time, space, emotion and energy were suspended, held in a transfiguring light by the masterful Robert Fripp. His musical touch was powerful and gentle, edgy and graceful, full Read more
|Excellent performance... shame about the audience! Wed., May 3, 2006|
Posted by: derrenleepoole
I was lucky enough to attend this concert. It’s so good to hear it properly, away from the din and general crowd ignorance that accompanied the performance.
Annoyingly, this was the first time I’d seen the Frippster live, and Read more
|Serenity Wed., Apr 26, 2006|
Posted by: vargan
In a word, the Belcourt abduction is quite ‘delightful’, in particular, a very persuasive ‘At the End of Time’; the new essence of ‘Reverie’ holds true to its name, as it sabotages my efforts to complete the simplest of Read more
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