NYCrimson?!! November 17, 2008
Written by syncopatico
Was this the closest Phil Collins got to being a member of King Crimson?
Three lads in New York City check levels and an urban minimalist funk groove arises with conviction of Crimson improv lineage!
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|Celebration Fri., Nov 30, 2007|
Posted by: ckazzer
"CMaj Celebration" is indeed very very similar to the track that appeared on "Sometimes a Great Notion", only around 10 seconds longer and more raw sounding. Very moving to hear this again -- a celebration Read more
|wonderful !!! Fri., Nov 30, 2007|
Posted by: Wilbert
Now this I like very much.... Wonderful guitarplaying and wonderful sound of the Gibson. Indeed it reminds me a bit of the Evening Star record Is there more where this came from??????????????????????
|Analog Heaven! Fri., Nov 30, 2007|
Posted by: syncopatico
CMaj Celebration recalls a more aggressive & condensed "Evening Star" with similar variegated analog fullness and soaring guitar sonics! (Recommended highly for fans of that track/lp!!) and this is from the one dollar mp3-- prime solo analog Read more
| Poole, Dorset, United Kingdom January 01, 1980|
Posted by: JorgeSouto
Pure beauty! I wish we had more chances to listen to the warm sounds Mr. Fripp got from his guitar when the muses were around.
|Wipe away the tears... Fri., Nov 30, 2007|
Posted by: vargan
11 minutes of this Frippery is worth more than 2 buck skins!
What a bargain.
|Robocoperiffic! Fri., Nov 30, 2007|
Posted by: dougside
As was said famously in Robocop 20 years ago, "Iíd buy that for a dollar!" (or 2 if you get the FLAC.
cracking good stuff!
|Georgeous... Sun., Nov 25, 2007|
Posted by: johnemr
As is routine, another georgeous performance. Whatís to understand? Vintage Fripp, to be savored like a fine wine. Beauty is what it is...
|Masterfully Insightful Fri., Nov 23, 2007|
Posted by: KC_1980s
This is a rare look into the mind of a master of his craft. While itís explicitly about guitar craft, the discussion would apply to anyone who creates things out of thin air, including comptuer Read more
|Interesting Mon., Nov 19, 2007|
Posted by: microbunny
Thanks Mr.Monday ! Super interesting stuff here. Sounds like Wetton to me on Disengage, but hard to tell as for some odd reason he recorded his bass direct for most of the studio recordings back Read more
|You gotta hear it to believe it Thu., Nov 15, 2007|
Posted by: KC_1980s
I think the best thing that can be said about this interview is the "discotronic" album never happened!!! You have to listen just to hear Fripp discussing his plans for a disco album. (He also holds
forth on philosophy, music, life, creativity, and so on - I donít think the hostess was quite ready for this!) Fortunately for music history disco had died its horrible death before Read more
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