Good, maybe even great, but not my thing July 1, 2009
Written by JLAdams
This music, while great, shows that RF would not have been a very effective fusion guy (assuming that "fusion guy" was a title to which he would have aspired).
To me personally, I now understand why 81-84 Crim rarely goes six weeks without getting some play in my home, while Bruford’s One Of A Kind gets the once a year treatment, and the answer is most emphatically NOT that the latter is anything less than fantastic music performed by musicians who mean it.
The key difference, IMO, is originality. 81-84 KC has it to the extent that the music does not lend itself to categorization. BB’s work with Jeff Berlin, on the other hand, is fusion.
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|Where is the FLAC format? Fri., May 11, 2007|
Posted by: SoftCorrea
It’s fantastic. But, Where is the FLAC format?Normal Service now restored Jose.
|another.. Fri., May 11, 2007|
Posted by: Crimsoid
another moody ’thing’ to relax. It all was before, and even more than this. Where’s Sus-Tayn-Z ad 2007?
|Just relax Fri., May 11, 2007|
Posted by: Stahlhofen
I don´t know if our Mystic guitar master had a relaxing time during the recording, but I came home from work with a troubled mind and after listening to this music I felt relaxed and happy Read more
|From a fly on the wall Thu., May 10, 2007|
Posted 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 Read more
|CD for home? Thu., May 3, 2007|
Posted by: jcarr73729
Download the FLAC files (they are lossless), convert back to WAV, and burn a CD. People have been doing this for years.
|Will it be on CD? Sat., Apr 14, 2007|
Posted by: foolsmate
Like some other reviewers have asked will this be avaialbe on CD?
If so then I would definately by a copy. I would like to have a quality
hard copy that I can listen to on my high end hi-fi Read more
|This is the music that turned Ahriman to Mithra Sun., Mar 25, 2007|
Posted by: dave_reckoning
This is the pure stuff. As spooky as An Index of Metals, with 13 hyper-cosmos worlds to explore within. Perhaps the most potent and deeply mind altering vibrations that conciousness allows.
|Out of the muck and into the stars Thu., Mar 22, 2007|
Posted by: tungarbulb
I’ve loved electronic music ever since I heard my first TV re-run horror-movie theremin licks. Walter (Wendy) Carlos’ Switched On Bach was my formal initiation into the ranks of electronica Read more
|Oh my. Sun., Feb 18, 2007|
Posted by: lesheifner
My second purchase from dgmlive, and a great decision. Couldn’t make it to the show, but these files suffice, as much as files can. Also my first FLAC purchase. I’m not going back Read more
|A Treasure Chest. Tue., Feb 13, 2007|
Posted by: LouieB
Fripp and Eno have done it again with their latest release "The Cotswold Gnomes". Compiled by Brian Eno from unreleased material that dates back to over a decade, this download is a genuine treasure chest from these two musical Read more
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