You gotta hear it to believe it November 15, 2007
Written by KC_1980s
I think the best thing that can be said about this interview is the "discotronic" album never happened!!! You have to listen just to hear Fripp discussing his plans for a disco album. (He also holds
forth on philosophy, music, life, creativity, and so on - I donít think the hostess was quite ready for this!) Fortunately for music history disco had died its horrible death before Fripp actually recorded a disco album, and we got the groovy League of Gentlemen (with a woman member!?) instead. But this interview serves to remind us what could have been.
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| London, London, United Kingdom January 07, 1974|
Posted by: johnnypro
this heals my soul
|Lovely Sat., Mar 9, 2013|
Posted by: myshadow
Now we have around five minutes of music from Starless And Bible Black, and these ístudiesí are lovely. I too, am amazed these werenít added to the 40th anniversary edition. I know, often artists feel that the final takes are Read more
|Last show? Miniature perfect Sat., Mar 9, 2013|
Posted by: jeremykeens
This is the last soundscape available, and for that reason (mainly) I bought it. It would make sense to have these three Japan shows available as a set: they are relatively short compared to some other ones that are Read more
|Immensely beautiful Wed., Mar 6, 2013|
Posted by: orrason
A real gem this one. Outstandingly beautiful, I wish more of these ...
|Breathtaking Tue., Mar 5, 2013|
Posted by: microbunny
This should have been part of the 40th Anniversary release. Astoundingly beautiful to hear it stripped down like this...
|Beauty Mon., Mar 4, 2013|
Posted by: fhc339835
It is so wonderful! Pure beauty.
|Yayyyy! Mon., Mar 4, 2013|
Posted by: snufkin
No offense to the Vicar, but I missed these precious Crimso nuggets. Thanks for the return of the Mighty Crim!
|Happy to finally have this! Mon., Feb 25, 2013|
Posted by: cuicawrangler
I missed out on the CD release, so this FLAC version is most welcomed. Crimsonís ideas and sketches, particularly from this era, are so rich and musical that they make great listening even in unfinished Read more
|Soundscapes with Mike Keneally Mon., Feb 25, 2013|
Posted by: cstack3
Iím VERY pleased to see some archival recordings of Bob Fripp and Mike Keneally from their 1997 tour together! I saw this show in Chicago, and was just stunned to see Mike (who was dressed very oddly, wearing a Read more
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