Tag Archives: Robert Fripp

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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Fripp and Eno’s concert gets physical

August 25, 2014

Previously available only on bootlegs – and for a few years as a download only album from DGM Records – concert recordings made by Robert Fripp and Brian Eno in 1975, soon after the two had come up with their … Continue reading

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The return of KING CRIMSON in motion

September 24, 2013

Last year, when Robert Fripp said he was leaving the music behind, tired of business hassle, anyone hardly guess KING CRIMSON would be back so soon. But they are – or will be in the nearest future. As Jakko Jakszyk has just … Continue reading

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KING CRIMSON on the road to “Red”

August 3, 2013

Those who thought that the 15-disc edition of KING CRIMSON‘s “Larks Tongues In Aspic” was a mammoth endeavor, should be silenced – or roaring – with the prospect of the forthcoming “Red” reissue which will sprawl over 24 platters. Titled “The Road To … Continue reading

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