One More Red Nightmare Bass And Drums

Here’s the flying brick wall coming at you, as Robert Fripp once memorably described the combined thump of Bill Bruford and John Wetton. Even though it’s just drums and bass isolated with Fripp’s guitar bleeding through on the drum mics, take one of One More Red Nightmare packs such a substantial punch.

Edited from the Red multi-tracks by Alex ‘Stormy’ Mundy, that apocalyptic crunch from Wetton and the hair-trigger crash of Bruford’s cracked cymbal rescued from the trash at Olympic Studios, shows this extraordinarily powerful team, up-close and personal in unprecedented detail. “There is only the one take on the multi-tracks, so I guess they rehearsed until they got it right!” observes Mister Stormy. He’s not wrong!

AUDIO SOURCE: Multi-Track Tapes

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One More Red Nightmare Bass And Drums
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