|| July 08, 1980
|| Dooley's East Lansing, MI, USA
Dooleys April 30, 2009
Written by keeves
I saw LOG three times in the UK and my memories were a fun unit probing and exploring in a JazzPop format. This is the best recorded LOG I have yet and you can really hear that Jazz Chorus Roland Amp and Barry Andrews eviscerated organ, which he constantly tuned as he went. What surprises me is the amount of Improvisation in the Inductive Resonance versions, more or less a fixed format song, but with RF careening all over the scales with those wonderful arpeggios - they have a cheeky swagger that makes me laugh out loud. Excellent buy it!
and people used to say Fripp was austere!
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|detour Tue., Jun 9, 2009|
Posted by: syncopatico
Too bad some of RFís most inspired soloing was wasted over such a plodding, dull rhythm section.
|killin' it... Thu., May 7, 2009|
Posted by: twatts
Oh, Mr. Fripp! You are killiní it during this set! Boy At Piano and Mr. Minor are superb. "Commentary" from surrounding audience members is very funny, but minimal - does not take away from the music, rather it Read more
|Dooleys Thu., Apr 30, 2009|
Posted by: keeves
I saw LOG three times in the UK and my memories were a fun unit probing and exploring in a JazzPop format. This is the best recorded LOG I have yet and you can really hear that Jazz Chorus Roland Read more
|Perfect addition to the LOG collection Fri., Apr 24, 2009|
Posted by: orrason
LOG is the thinking manís punk & dance band. Shame how short lived they were. The LP studio recording that I bought at release date did not show the band truly as the recording lacked dynamic range and Read more
|Outstanding Mon., Apr 20, 2009|
Posted by: CWKelly
One of the minor regrets of my life is that I began seeing live music in clubs a few months too late to catch the League of Gentlemen in Read more
|Keep the LOG shows coming Mon., Apr 20, 2009|
Posted by: jblock
Another great LOG show; the band was always on fire. A good mix for hearing both the guitar and organ contributions. I can never have too many version of either Minor Man or Farewell Johnny Read more
|i thought this was cool Fri., Mar 6, 2009|
Posted by: apleasantsymmetry
i feel the same as the last reviewer about the league finding its own sound .
however i feel this is is a cool yet crude version.
i kind of like it actually , is some what jammy instead of too Read more
|The road rightly not taken Fri., Mar 6, 2009|
Posted by: chuckbenz
I am delighted to have heard this - once. 5 stars for sharing it, but 2 stars (maybe 1) after that - rehearing it isnít necessary. The League found their own repertoire, which I really enjoy, and this Read more
|Strewth Tue., Mar 3, 2009|
Posted by: kteis1
Cor blimey Mr Stormy, thatís just knocked me clean off my chair. An outstanding little work-out that kicks ass. Highly recommended listening. Many thanks for this and also all the other Read more
|Sweet! Mon., Mar 2, 2009|
Posted by: mnewstrom
Amazing what this group could do just throwing stuff around. Way preferable over the blah-ness that passes for radio pap these days. As I said in my review of "...Goodies...", if only these bits had made it to record, who Read more
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