|| December 03, 2005
|| St Peters Church Newlyn, Cornwall, UK
RF Newlyn 2005 April 9, 2006
Written by trishula
I have just downloaded this and I chose to sit for my "first- a-listening"- in the garden, with the sun shining between intermittent showers, to what the brothers (and sisters?) in Oregon had sent me via Fripp world central or whatever the hell you call it, only less than a hundred miles from where I now is-a-breathing. (that is Old Hampshire UK.)
Holy Moses ! The very birds started accumulating rythmns I had so far been unaccustommed to knowing.
The tractors in the field, all those dreary engines of oblivion, turned off their noise just to be knowing, that is, I should more properly say, COGNIZANT, of the FRIPP. The holy master of the guitar....what ?..........the guitar?.......is that a guitar...? .no way Jose !
Can that sound really come from a fretbord engineered by the working of a human hand....?
No way Jose..!!!!
This is the sound of a new millenium...
Listen and be realised...!
You will know what it is you need to know,
You will know what it is you have lacked the knowing of;
the confluence of millenia of strivings.
You will know what it is that has engendered all your misgivings...,
You will know that in your heart there is a space that can experience knowledge free from the pressure of another.
If You have been seeking, this is the music for you.
Melt and be supported.
Alternatively, if you like something with more of a beat, try Kevin Ayres.......equally unsurpassable......
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| Buenos Aires, Argentina June 10, 2007|
Posted by: peter29
Sometimes in Soundscapes Robert Fripp returns to the sounds which he was using in the past but which are still fascinating. It seems that some of the effects are still available in his equipment despite its constant change and Read more
|Moving Thu., Sep 6, 2007|
Posted by: InCRIMinator
This is a beautiful piece of work. I hope that we see some of this on the new Crim.
|a precious holding Thu., Aug 30, 2007|
Posted by: pcpaki
This invites me to feel more & more openly, as then the fruit is so sweetly peculiar and stamped with the personalities of qualities that move on and on, and away from Read more
|review Mon., Aug 27, 2007|
Posted by: CaptainFisheye
|A beautiful piece Fri., Aug 24, 2007|
Posted by: sonnenberg
The song makes those moments live for us, and bring their influence into our lives as well. I’ll share this:
|Thats IT! Fri., Aug 24, 2007|
Posted 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 Read more
|Thanks, Hazy Dave!!! Wed., Aug 22, 2007|
Posted by: LouieB
This isn’t a review but more of a big Thank You. To Hazy Dave, Thanks for the heads-up on the FLAC version of "Time Stands Still" not being defective. I downloaded the neccesary software and re-downloaded the track in Read more
|Time Weights Tue., Aug 21, 2007|
Posted by: HazyDave
If the mp3 version still has the strange skip and random cut-up characteristics noted by LouieB, try the flac download instead, as I hear no clearly unintentional glitches of the style he describes in that version of "Time Read more
| Salisbury, Wilts, UK January 11, 2006|
Posted by: sicilia
|Back in NYC Tue., Aug 14, 2007|
Posted by: aronson
I remember this performance very well... The Vargan had flown up from the sunshine state earlier that day. After a delicious plate of sushi we made our way to the Read more
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