Lovely, simple and exposed July 7, 2009
Written 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 guitar in the first snippet), especially coming from such a fertile developmental stage in his career. Thanks to Mr. Fripp for sharing these things that might seem quaint to him but which provide small moments of beauty and reflection for many others!
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|Superb. Tue., Dec 13, 2011|
Posted by: microbunny
Should have been included on the 40th Anniversary Disc! Would love to hear it with the backing track also, but extremely beautiful on itís own ...
|Superb sound quality, but... Tue., Nov 29, 2011|
Posted by: pyroseed13
there is a mistake in the track listing. What is listed as "Walk Donít Run" is actually "Pipeline."
| Mexico City, Mexico November 30, 2004|
Posted by: peter29
The sonic quality of this recording is outstanding. It seems though that the time of the perfomance prevented music form further developing itself as the improvisations end quite suddenly. That didnít spoiled their Read more
|I was there! Wed., Nov 2, 2011|
Posted by: jackeast
I was at this performance - still have my ticket stub! I also recorded part of this show on a microcassette player in my shirt pocket, but I was right up front and didnít Read more
|Orpheum Bummer Thu., Oct 27, 2011|
Posted by: ekimdwod
At this show there were sound problems with the mellotron mostly which was a bummer. Drove down from New Hampshire had seen them at the Sunshine Inn that Read more
|Tango chords Wed., Oct 26, 2011|
Posted by: casenave
...and you can hear the (very) final chords which are a kind of homage to Tango. Remember that KC reincarnated in Buenos Aires in 1994...
|Avant Garde Metal at finest Wed., Oct 19, 2011|
Posted by: Cayo205
VROOOM VROOOM Coda was always one of my favourites in the THRAK record, and this new one blew me away!. What a powerful and bone-crushing stuff.Canīt Wait to see/hear a Thrak 40 Anniversary Read more
|This is a meaty one! Mon., Oct 17, 2011|
Posted by: mononk
I didnít expect enjoying this one as much as I did. I loved the album when it came out but it has since gotten less airplay than the following KCounterparts (Thrak Attack & ProjeKcts) that I love for their improvisationnal Read more
|Heaven & Hell Unleashed Mon., Oct 17, 2011|
Posted by: TheMarkedMan
Iím not ashamed to say that when Thrak hit the retailers in 1995 and I purchased my copy I didnít buy in to what I was hearing. Sometimes what we are seeking internally, perhaps even spiritually is not aligned Read more
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