Tag Archives: Robert Fripp

KING CRIMSON: Memo From Toronto

February 29, 2016

The seven-piece KING CRIMSON is a formidable beast, and that’s something when it’s an impression of the band who have always been a force to reckon with. This scribe witnessed their current show just recently, on November 21st, 2015, the next day … Continue reading

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DAVID CROSS & ROBERT FRIPP – Starless Starlight

July 13, 2015

Noisy 2015 Nocturne and back again: CRIMSO classic makes a stellar return. “Starless” is one of the most haunting compositions this side of pop music but its genesis was rather complicated. Main melody written and by , its gripping intro … Continue reading

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CROSS-FRIPP project: producer sheds the light

March 29, 2015

Kept for a long time under wraps, although DME knew what was going on, on May 4th “Starless Starlight,” a new album by two KING CRIMSON men,  and Robert Fripp, who last played together in 1974, will see the light of day. … Continue reading

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JUDY DYBLE – Gathering The Threads

March 12, 2015

Judy Dyble 2015 Subtitled “Fifty Years Of Stuff,” a marvelous overview of lost gem’s of English folk rock first decades on the stage and behind the scenes. She may be praised as a national treasure now, but only core followers … Continue reading

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KING CRIMSON: a postcard from the tour past

December 12, 2014

KING CRIMSON‘s recent tour left many fans extremely frustrated… because of their show’s quality that didn’t reach wide due to their trek’s shortness. In order to compensate for that, and possibly to hint at the possibility of a studio album … Continue reading

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