No Subject May 10, 2010
Written by Oppilif
Love the sneezing too!
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|Wasn't this performance at Rose Records? Sun., Nov 29, 2009|
Posted by: jlauer
I’m embarrassed to say that I just found this performance available on the DMG website. I immediately downloaded it. I was at this show and it was my first (of now many) live experiences with Read more
|Because it asks nothing...for a change. Tue., Nov 10, 2009|
Posted by: CraftyBlaine
I give this 5 stars for it’s novelty value within RF’s body of work, because it has a delightfully "ordinary" sound--the kind of thing you’ve played yourself, jamming with friends. Of course,a little goes a long way and I wouldn’t Read more
|unfolding. emergent Wed., Oct 21, 2009|
Posted by: leakstev
there’s beauty throughout this recording. it is (despite the geographic placement of its emerging) very pacific sounding. where the frippertronics can be coloured with smears of yellow and shards of red (crimson even), shades of blue abound in this Read more
|l'homme brûlant Mon., Oct 19, 2009|
Posted by: lotusspray
Fine work by both performer and audio engineer. Very much appreciate the original loops which have a power apart from being vehicles for soloing.
|A no-brainer purchase Mon., Oct 19, 2009|
Posted by: jblock
Great sound quality and performance, with some interesting components to every loop. If you have any interest in vintage Fripptronics this is a good place to start (or continue).
|Nice ! Mon., Sep 14, 2009|
Posted by: microbunny
Pity this was never used ! Great chords and real sense of urgency in there. LOG would have been a perfect vehicle...moreso than the 81 KC I think as it has that frantic NYC punk influence that was most Read more
|Nice Three Wed., Aug 19, 2009|
Posted by: face1004
An interesting piece of familiarity.
|I had no idea ! Tue., Aug 18, 2009|
Posted by: apleasantsymmetry
I had no idea Jeff Berlin tried out for crimson .
Jeff is a brilliant player , but i am glad that tony was the perfect .
This track is interesting and i am glad i get to peer into Read more
|Brilliant Tue., Aug 18, 2009|
Posted by: paulwelsh
I love the idea of Robert walking into a rehearsal-
"Alright lads, listen it goes like this..."
| Unknown, Unknown, United Kingdom January 07, 1981|
Posted by: Depraver
Discipline is one of my all time favorites, and I truly enjoyed getting a glimpse of its infancy. Thank you! Would I be rude if I asked, "More, please?" If not, "More, please?" ±Dan
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