What a rhytm section March 30, 2009
Written by orrason
This track shows how interesting drummer Phil Collins is (or was). He could have made a good career as a drummer alone. I would had loved to see this trio develop, but I am not sure how Fripp would have fit in at this time as he was obviously as far from jazz improvisations style of playing as the moon is from earth. The feeling is therefore that this didn´t fit at this time. Phil was all into jazz fusion during 1977 because of his extraordinary work with Brand X. The 1968 version of Fripp with this killer combo would however be interesting.
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|Awesome Wed., Jul 20, 2011|
Posted by: boobuns
Oh bliss! Aural ecstacy!
I feel like a flippin’ kid in a frippin’ candy store.
Thank you ever so much Robert, and DGM Live staff.
|robert fripp Wed., Jul 20, 2011|
Posted by: augustus
Thre is any doubt out there where are the genius ?? Raw sessions like this pretty much confirm how talented the musicians are
|Absolutely essential Mon., Jul 18, 2011|
Posted by: gasmrv
This, without a doubt, is absolutely essential listening. One of the very best downloads to date. The quality of the music & musicianship and the sheer rawness found here almost instantly makes one forget this recording is Read more
|Elegant and beautiful. Mon., Jul 18, 2011|
Posted by: Mouxie
Just gorgeous. I love Anne Laplantine’s work for similar reasons as I adore this, but of course her work leverages on digital cut-ups, whereas this just spills out, all in the moment, making it Read more
|Breathtaking Mon., Jul 18, 2011|
Posted by: myshadow
Beyond a doubt, this has to be the most amazing release since The Asbury Park gig. Which has now been eclipsed.
What I have heard so far is absolutely breath taking.
This is raw Red Mark Read more
|Not the first time! Thu., Jul 14, 2011|
Posted by: maxbuzz
Inspired by this track, I listened for Lizard once more time, and actually heard this piano track in the final mix. The sound is weakened several times, but is still recognizable (tune your ears to these "thrakking" chords and find Read more
|very nice Thu., Jul 14, 2011|
Posted by: gbruner
i think i will make this my new ringtone!
|Great little gem Thu., Jul 14, 2011|
Posted by: gasmrv
This could easily have been part of the 1995 Thrak improvs or even some of the ConstruKction of Light 2000 improvs.
|Concrete cavern Wed., Jul 13, 2011|
Posted by: NotoriousA
I was there for this show, at the Casino. I took a bus by myself from north Jersey. It was general admission, with no seating on the ground floor. Though at the front end of the line, I opted for Read more
| London, London, United Kingdom September 10, 1970|
Posted by: emmapeelfanclub
Thanks for yet another fascinating glimpse from the old multitracks. Keith is in pretty fiery demonic form here!
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