From a fly on the wall May 10, 2007
Written by DavidCooke
This is a very welcome introduction to the LCG, as if the group were sharing their music-making as frankly as possible with us craftless listeners.
Each of the three takes of House Symmetrical has its own identity. Subjectively, I found that the second take has the greatest impact; the musicians had the groove and were attacking it with redoubled commitment. The third sounds slightly more relaxed.
The C major circulation comes as a relief after that worrying symmetrical scale. Are circulations always as serene as this? From a listener’s viewpoint, they seem to have the virtue of freedom from self-expression. The music can speak for itself as the ’player’ is the whole group rather than any individual.
I’d wish the LCG5 spectacular success, if it wasn’t for that contract... as Groucho Marx said in A Night at the Opera, "As long he doesn’t sing too often, he can just break even".
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|I'm sorry for being entusiastic. Sun., Jan 29, 2006|
Posted by: JaKckC
Hello all. I am the "guy in the T-shirt with a print of RF’s equipment set-up". I have already posted on Mr Fripps’ guest book with a full apology on behalf my photo Read more
|Fripp's Dollar Days Sat., Jan 28, 2006|
Posted by: Loadstone
Keep up the flow Robert.. These Dollar sets are worthy to me. Thanks
|Absolutely Breathtaking Fri., Jan 27, 2006|
Posted by: guitarsvenson
After downloading the Tone Probe Soundcheck of this performance I knew the full performance would not disappoint. Thank you for making such wonderful delights of musicality and for making it available to those who appreciate it.
|Jan 14 2006 Fri., Jan 27, 2006|
Posted by: jbricker
Really beautiful; I’m touched. This will most likely lead to further separation of me and my money. Well done, Robert!
|A cold beauty Tue., Jan 24, 2006|
Posted by: landru141
First of all, this is an excellent website. Talk about impulse buying! Downloading a FLAC file and a CD tray cover in a little under 3 minutes! Needless to say, I ended up grabbing a few titles in about ten Read more
|Tone Probe Bc III Mon., Jan 23, 2006|
Posted by: johnnylove
Thank you, thank you, Robert for this soul-music, which is so stunningly beautiful, haunting and hopeful that it sends shivers down my spine. It seems to stir so many things within me: the long ago memory of drinking hot Read more
|Very nice indeed Mon., Jan 23, 2006|
Posted by: macvalle
I am a new and a very pleased customer of the DGM Live Library. I would say that this is a very nice and a very convenient way of getting new music. I like this Wulfren Civic Read more
|cheers to the old geezer Mon., Jan 23, 2006|
Posted by: vargan
The FlaK soundscape teaser from BroadChalke has made its delightful way to my ears and these bleeps and drones are refreshingly different than the December Suitescapes. Well worth the price of a danish and better for the Read more
|I'm loving it Mon., Jan 23, 2006|
Posted by: vrooom
I’m just loving these dollar downloads - more please! It provided the ideal soundtrack for a man uploading his record collection for sale on eBay. Very meditative and giving me a clear head for concentration. Many Read more
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