No Subject January 13, 2011
Written by peter29
Itís really interesting how in such circumstances, when there is no audience and no expectations music can be so moving, as if this is the perfect time for its creation. This reminds me 2006 sound check from Broad Chalke. This short piece is in my opinion very close in its mood to Soundscapes from mid 90s. But perhaps thatís just the musical key RF accidentally used. However this distinctive, rough guitar sound presented on all of the Churchscapes here seems to be even more dark and definitive.
Technical question: this is not a big problem here but is it something to do with the recording process that the track itself is in mono?
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|PhilBill Mon., Mar 30, 2009|
Posted by: stumpybunker
Its very interesting to hear how much Phil collins sounds like Bill Bruford on these!
|excellent Mon., Mar 16, 2009|
Posted by: apleasantsymmetry
this is beautiful . is there a whole album associated with this track?
this sounds just a little bit like fripp and sylvian yet different .
a very touching piece .
iíll buy the album if it exists Read more
|Good work. Tue., Mar 10, 2009|
Posted by: davidfsnyder
Luckily for us, Mr. Fripp listens to his muse and not to his listeners. This performance, just shy of 34 minutes long, is both heartfelt and Read more
|Threshold and Paradise Mon., Mar 9, 2009|
Posted by: Mars64
Iím a fan - Iíve only heard the previews. I find what Iíve heard to be futuristic and fresh. it certainly reminds me of classical tones that have evolved into what Read more
|Pershore Abbey photo Wed., Feb 25, 2009|
Posted by: HazyDave
The third photo (horizontal format) looks like an album cover. Nice. (If Robert doesnít need it, perhaps Black Sabbath would be interested...)
|Good Month For Soundscapes Mon., Feb 9, 2009|
Posted by: jblock
To these ears, November 2006 has some of the most realized soundscapes released and reached a pinnacle, the perception of which this show further expands. This show is more of a continuous composition rather than a series of connected Read more
|disco-tronics = god save the queen Fri., Feb 6, 2009|
Posted by: mjboyce
I seem to recall that the b side of the album God Save the Queen featured the said "discotronics." I was uncertain of what I thought of it at the time (although I loved Frippertronics straight off as what Read more
|Lucky man Tue., Jan 27, 2009|
Posted by: davidfsnyder
Luckily for us, Mr. Fripp listens to his muse and not to his listeners. This performance, just shy of 39 minutes long, is both heartfelt and visceral. The stereo production is tender, provide good depth and width throughout; a quad Read more
| Manchester, United Kingdom June 24, 2004|
Posted by: peter29
Itís interesting how in such uncomfortable conditions itís possible for an artist to create so powerul set. It seems to me that music is something of a separated entity which exists in the world of its Read more
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