The Power is Still Falling October 19, 2008
Written by knet70
Thanks again Robert for this gem from the vaults.
Aside from the poor sound quality I can see why this did not make the cut on the album. Itís been awhile since Iíve listened to Let the Power Fall but this song seems much faster paced than the other pieces. The progression of the song is too quick and doesnít allow the listener enough time to settle into the mood and then suddenly itís over. Still, a great addition though to the Frippertronics library.
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| Unknown, Unknown, Unknown September 09, 1979|
Posted by: DrQuuxum
I canít figure out if #2 is an embryonic "Frame By Frame" or a minimalist rework of "Red". Itís worth listening to several times to try to figure it Read more
|Stirring, haunting, beautiful moments Wed., Jul 15, 2009|
Posted by: kevred
This is some intense, powerful, unique stuff. Itís great to hear the building of the pieces from the first echoing tone to the finished piece with solo. And itís refreshing to say íuniqueí and mean it, because of Frippís open-ended approach Read more
|Summer 81 Tue., Jul 14, 2009|
Posted by: Sandro
This recording brought me back to my teenager years particularly during the summer of 81 I spent in NYC and coincided with Mr. Frippís week at Washington Squre Church. I was 18 at the time and went with my Read more
|Most intense Frippertronics ever Mon., Jul 13, 2009|
Posted by: toycritic
I attended this gig with a friend. Since then we have often mentioned it to one another and we still agree -- decades later -- that it was the most intense RF performance weíd ever Read more
|Stunning Mon., Jul 13, 2009|
Posted by: gasmrv
Is this man really 35 years old? What vision & maturity - this is indeed a stunning release. This Music is timeless.
|bag of surprises Mon., Jul 13, 2009|
Posted by: ckazzer
In my experience Frippertronics touch on something which Soundscapes never quite manage to touch upon. Maybe it has something to do with analogue vs. digital technology? This release is no Read more
|pershore Fri., Jul 10, 2009|
Posted by: leakstev
i downloaded this a few days ago and waited . . . for the moment when i would be able to hear this music. each soundscape possesses unique qualities. sonically they arrive at similar places but in other ways they Read more
|Pretty interesting stuff Thu., Jul 9, 2009|
Posted by: desol81
A bizarre example of RF noodling on an unplugged electric, but the second piece shows early tastes of "Discipline", at least to my ears.
|Lovely, simple and exposed Tue., Jul 7, 2009|
Posted by: kevred
As rewardingly beautiful and/or fierce as Frippís sounds can be with electric groups, large acoustic ensembles and loads of electronic gear, itís a special kind of refreshing to hear such stripped-down, unadorned ideas (it even sounds like an unamplified electric Read more
|Very nice Tue., Jul 7, 2009|
Posted by: ChocloMan
Quite beautiful snippets, kind of reminds me of Giles, Giles & Fripp in the sort of, *ahem* non-crimssonant mood. Thanks for making it available.
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