No Subject June 24, 2009
Written by melvinc
i remember mr.fripp talking about playing with jeff and bill he tought they played well togther but felt jeff wasn"T quite right and he was right.i like the track but at the same time in 1980 i was in a band called red and we were playing the discipline album live @ keg partys tony levins work is tight for that style jeffs isn"t when i heard the track i understand why fripp choose levin i was 18 fresh out of high school using no high hat 14 inch roto tom (no dragon drums)i used roto toms tuned lower to get the dragon drum sound and i had the mounted gong tom (silver like bruford from my frist drum set which cost me 50.00 from a friend @ elementry school in the 5th grade).so hearing this im glad fripp choose levin i can take or leave it with the berlin sound.
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| Unknown, Unknown, United Kingdom January 07, 1981|
Posted by: Depraver
Discipline is one of my all time favorites, and I truly enjoyed getting a glimpse of its infancy. Thank you! Would I be rude if I asked, "More, please?" If not, "More, please?" ±Dan
|Thank you Mon., Aug 17, 2009|
Posted by: myshadow
This was an amazing 2 and a half minutes. Thank you for putting this out. It is just great to hear, and to think it was almost 30 years ago.
|Ideas and Patterns Mon., Aug 17, 2009|
Posted by: syncopatico
Quite interesting to hear this embryonic version of Discipline! Jeff Berlin sounds comfortable in this setting with appropriately "rubbery" T-Lev type bass counterpoint; while BB’s drum kit work--pre slitdrum--moves within the rhythm in characteristic Bill Read more
|Muscular Riff Wed., Aug 12, 2009|
Posted by: joejjc
Similar to the beefy style of Red (as opposed to the more nuanced layering of LTiA) I wish there was more. Did these fellows ever record anything else? (together, I mean)
|MORE OF THIS... Wed., Aug 12, 2009|
Posted by: escubria
Did Wetton play on any more demos like this? Love to hear them. Thanks.
|Qualitative Action Fri., Aug 7, 2009|
Posted by: sarva1
I had the opportunity to meet Fripp in 1980. I learned what power falls in a brief moment... if only I had said "hello" or recognized silence as my friend... it was an immeasurable gift. Perhaps, it meant nothing to Read more
|sonictronics Fri., Aug 7, 2009|
Posted by: mjboyce
I simply cannot get enough of Frippertonic material. It is stunningly beautiful, moving, compelling and devastating music. Utterly original and unique. I never tire of it - despite it apparent repetitious structure, it always sounds different and new, and it Read more
|the big question Thu., Aug 6, 2009|
Posted by: topografico
Was this trio ever intended as a permanent band? BF was just back from his hiatus. Wetton was more or less looking for inspiration. PC was rather frustrated by personal life and Genesis Read more
|If 6 were 4 Fri., Jul 31, 2009|
Posted by: dawelo1958
Great tracks. Nice to hear Collins playing like it matters.
A quibble: The last track has the Roman numeral VI (6) shouldn’t it be IV (4)?
|A request... Wed., Jul 22, 2009|
Posted by: JorgeSouto
Thanks for offering this new installment in the series of Fripp-Wetton-Collins stuff. I find this material really worth keeping, I love the groove of this trio and perhaps these tracks, and the previous ones Read more
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