Tantalizing Eyes

A bonus track from the forthcoming Songbook. This song was first released in the UK in 1993 as a twelve inch single, offering “randomly variable performances of the same song when played on standard equipment”. Play the record and the ringing telephone would be answered, play it again and it would just keep ringing…

A gimmick that hid the more serious idea of freeing recordings from the tyranny of the single “perfect performance”. We have moved from mono to stereo, some say we have put men on the moon, surely we are ready for recordings that mirror the subtle variations of performance?

Well, no apparently not - so Tantalizing Eyes remains a curio. A song of which there is deliberately no “definitive version”.

To offer these tracks separately, as we have done here, misses the point – as it suggests that they are alternatives or remixes, whereas they were all intended to be part of a single, subtly changing whole, with the possible permutations available all the time.

But what the hell, it’s a good song, with some great solos, notably by a certain Bobby Willcox, So here are a selection of possible versions.

AUDIO SOURCE: Multitrack

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TRACK
TIME
01
Tantalizing Eyes
04:03
02
Tantalizing Eyes
03:38
03
Tantalizing Eyes
03:27
Written by Daniel Maciag
All 3 tracks highly recommended
Not only you get three arrangements of this fine tune, but also a different contribution from The Guitarist everytime. Have you got more versions of Tantalyzing Eyes?
Written by Daniel Maciag
All 3 tracks higly recommended!
Written by Serge Girard
Camilla
This song is also on "Camilla’s Little Secret" which is full of this kind of stuff! Excellent and worth buying but very hard to find.
Written by Daniel Barnaś
I think that Robert Fripp aka Bobby Willcox have a great fun while recording this cheerful song. To be honest, this hauntingly beautiful solo gives me more hope than ProjeKct 6 recordings. Anyway - good job. Five stars.
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