Thats IT! August 24, 2007
Written by Severance
This was like a flash back to 70s Crim to me with an eye towards the future that is now. (if that makes any sense). Wouldn’t it be nice to find Jakko’s vox and words included in the new and upcoming Crim? Bringing back the soft and spacey on wings anew? Songs that mean something and attach themselves to the courses of our lives and times for to play over and on. Were those truly the nights that wounded time?... Are they gone now, or is this perhaps the long awaited reply to an old crimheads long awaited request ?
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|Beautiful! Tue., Jul 29, 2008|
Posted by: barryc
What a gorgeous set! And this was just the soundcheck! Beautiful Robert!
|Sublime Mon., Jul 28, 2008|
Posted by: soundandvision
"fleeting smears of notes ..." an apt and evocative description from the webmaster.
Id have to agree that the second piece is a real stellar standout. Sublime and scintillating.
|Incredible beautiful!!!! Tue., Jul 22, 2008|
Posted by: Armand
This is really far out! The second piece strikes me totally in one million happy partikels!! Many many thanks DGM!!
|Absolutely beautiful Mon., Jul 21, 2008|
Posted by: tengram
If you liked the 2005 Society for Ethical Culture gig, you’ll also totally dig this show (the SEC show has been one of my personal favorites since it was released). This show sounds kind of like the bridge between the Read more
|Gorgeous reading Wed., Jun 25, 2008|
Posted by: DarrylDardenne
This is quite beautiful. Fripps’ reading is excellent and the musical accompaniment is perfect for these lovely gray, sad poems. I find Fripps’ profane in between poem banter to be really Read more
| Tartu, Estonia August 26, 2006|
Posted by: peter29
Many times listening to Soundscapes I had deep associations with the Renaissance music (especially Franco-Flemish composer I have recently heard, Guillame Dufay). Not only because of the sacral character of his music, but also in terms of polyphonically constructed compositions Read more
|Still One My All-Time Favorite 'Soundscape' albums. Sun., Feb 17, 2008|
Posted by: LouieB
I originally bought Robert Fripp’s "November Suite" when it was first released in 1997. Out of all the Soundscape CD’s that Fripp released during that time (1994-1998), this still ranks as my all-time Read more
|classic Tue., Jan 22, 2008|
Posted by: gtrpaul
A classic example of Fripp’s humor.
|link Sun., Dec 30, 2007|
Posted by: aborig
|A must. Sat., Dec 29, 2007|
Posted by: DrQuuxum
Incredibly moving, fairly morose (it’s Hardy, natch) and mildly surreal. NSFW, however.
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