The Bayou 2nd Performance
It’s midnight by the time Andrews, Lee, Toobad and Fripp get back onto the stage of the Bayou for their second performance of the evening. Given its prominence, it’s all too easy to focus in on Fripp’s guitar from the fast-moving motifs to the near-reckless pile-up of notes hurtling the length of the fretboard. However, Andrews work, though sometimes subsumed in less than optimal recordings, is always a treat. At this show, the soundboard cassette favours Barry Andrews’ work on the Crumar organ that had accompanied him during his time as a member of XTC. Providing dark blotches of snarling colour during Christian Children, a vivid Day-Glo backdrop on the Gozinbulx or the hypersonic morse code staccato on a hurtling rendition of Eye Needle here, his approach is highly textural and impressionistic in between the pointillism of the bands overall sound. Musicologist and Fripp biographer, Eric Tamm says of Andrews, “he was equal to the task of balancing Fripp’s speedy guitar ostinatos with organ counterpoint of complementary dexterity and contrapuntal interest.”

AUDIO SOURCE: Official Bootleg Cassette

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TRACK
TIME
01
RF Introduction
00:41
02
Inductive Resonance
05:04
03
Trap
05:05
04
Heptaparaparshinokh
02:13
05
RF Announcement
00:19
06
Thrang Thrang Gozinbulx III
02:47
07
Boy At Piano
03:55
08
Christian Children Marching Singing
03:49
09
Dislocated
05:07
10
Untitled
02:11
11
Minor Man
03:33
12
Thrang Thrang Gozinbulx II
03:33
13
Ooh Mr Fripp
04:53
14
Farewell Johnny Brill
04:11
15
Eye Needle
04:40
16
Inductive Resonance
06:05

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