Sort of there... April 19, 2012
Written by eddievhfan1984
To respond to SSImuse, actually, if my research is correct (or if Robert wishes to corroborate me), that Roland organ, the VK-1, was intended to be a Hammond simulation, but without key-click, a second keyboard, or rotary speaker simulation. A DIíed Hammond organ would do just the same thing. That being said, what wouldíve been really cool would be a GR-300 padófiltered synth sound; slow, liquid, yet non-metallic flanging, and some long, yet not too loud reverb. That would be cool. I could see that playing against the more rhythmic components of the song.
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|Free Download: Bill Bruford Radio Interview 9.26.81 Sat., Oct 31, 2009|
Posted by: kernal_clink
Originally, when king crimson reformed it had been discussed that perhaps they will call themselves íDisciplineí. Amazingly, after listening to one of the bands new tracks (edited out), Read more
|Asbury Park Wed., Sep 23, 2009|
Posted by: keeves
This is the finest performance I think I have from the 80ís four piece. The band seemed to change between Beat and TOAPP yet here, there are breathtaking versions of all of my favourites from the time, Howler, Read more
|Develop Mon., Aug 31, 2009|
Posted by: syncopatico
Always loved Billís chosen sounds on the Simmons electronic drumkit.
|interesting Mon., Aug 31, 2009|
Posted by: venndiagram
I too am a fellow musician and itís interesting to hear how other musicians develope their pieces by working one on one.
|Waiting Man Tue., May 19, 2009|
Posted by: dbRocks
Before there was The Blue Man Group, there was Bruford, and it takes 3 Blues to come close to 1 Bru.
|brushes ! Fri., Feb 27, 2009|
Posted by: rootless
I never anticipated hearing BB going to brushes on a 80s KC recording. Voila! And Adrianís marimba is unique, too - storming brains with Read more
|Right date? Mon., Feb 16, 2009|
Posted by: kcpebras
The file says itís from June 1st. Anyway, a great gift, pleasure for the listener.
We were struggling to figure out the date on this one - but found out after Alex coded the Read more
|Very Pleasant! Mon., Feb 16, 2009|
Posted by: syncopatico
Sounds a bit like Discipline II, with the xylophone replacing the cyclical interlocking guitars. Have to assume thatís Adrian on either xylophone (or secondary percussion), since the only guitar heard is from Read more
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