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Re: King Frippson
The separate CD releases of "No Pussyfooting" and "Evening Star" are
incorrectly remastered. Both releases can be found in complete and done
right, on "the essential Fripp and Eno" (on CDNOW,
um.html/artistid=FRIPP*ROBERT/itemid=111772 ). The "Healthy Colours"
sessions worked on during the period are included as well.
Fripp's "Let the Power Fall" is great, though I understand some CDs of it
have included bits from "Under Heavy Manners/God Save the King", another
I only include the CDNOW link for reference.
http://www.earthlight.net/Gallery_Front.html - Cartoons & Illustrations
http://www.earthlight.net/Studios * The free Loop of the Week!
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Tim Nelson" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: 30 August 2001 17:45 PM
Subject: Re: King Frippson
> Historically, you might want to start with his two collaborations with
> Brian Eno ('No Pussyfooting' and 'Evening Star') as they're really what
> him started on the whole Frippertonics thing.
> At 11:14 AM 8/30/01 -0500, 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 ...
> > Mike