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Re: King Frippson
Wow. Well... any solo work that was done with Frippertronics. Let the
Fall is a good place to start. Exposure has some pretty interesting song
writing and the use of Frippertronics in the popular song style as well as
a version of Gabriel's Here Comes the Flood with just Frippertronics and
Peter singing (the best version I think). And for a modern treatment of
Fripeprtronics you can try That Which Passes.
Fripp uses two Revox R/R decks for his looping in Let the Powerfall and on
That Which Passes he uses (I think) a couple EH3500's and some TC delays
(this is what I saw him live with the last time).
Also you need to get Eno's Music for Airports and Fripp/Eno's Evening Star.
Then, then... you will begin to understand. :)
At 12:14 PM 8/30/2001, you wrote:
> Can someone recommend some good loop-based Robert Fripp stuff? I
>haven't heard a lot of his stuff, except for a few King Crimson tracks
>and there. Thanks ...
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