From Germany to France and another record company office date. The Frippertronics tour was conceived as a way of promoting the newly released Exposure and at the same time generate a more intimate and integrated way of engaging with both record company sales and marketing reps and journalists. Eric Tamm’s book Robert Fripp: From King Crimson to Guitar Craft notes that Fripp regarded the interviews "as being in some senses more important than the music I was playing."

AUDIO SOURCE: 1/4 Inch Tape

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TIME
01
Music For Journalists I
12:52
02
Music For Journalists II
06:34
03
Music For Journalists III
09:05
04
Music For Journalists IV
15:10

RF19790523Paris2 - Chris Withers-Green

RF19790523Paris3 - Chris Withers-Green

RF19790523Paris4 - Chris Withers-Green

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Written by Franck Christoph Yeznikian
Outstanding
A very moving one again... deeply magical. The Reels in themself are so beautiful that it is fast difficult to imagine a solo singing line upon them. So many thanks.
Written by ALLAN G OKADA
Bleeping Premiere
This wonderful recording is a significant one. Music for Journalists II is the earliest known appearance of the infamous "bleeping" element of Frippertronics. Perhaps this is where he picked up the on/off switch that he used subsequently or he may have initially utilized his Les Paul guitar pickup toggle switch to achieve this effect. I believe that prior to this date, there was only droned notes or quickly swept in notes via volume pedal.
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