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Between the Silence

Label: Panegyric Recordings
Released: 2018
Track listing: CD1 (All Saints Church, Broad Chalke, 21 May 2009): The Apparent Chaos of Stone; In the Field of Green; Route 23 (Improv); The Offering; Blue Calm; Moonchild; Duet for the End of Time; Coda: Duet for the End of Time.

CD2 (Spiegeltent, Bath Festival, 6 June 2010): Emporium; In the Field of Green; Rotary Symmetrical; Moonchild; A Careful Distance; Blue Calm; Route 23 (Improv); Duet for the End of Time; Encore: Bath Improv.

CD3 (All Saints Church, Pittville, Cheltenham, 16 July 2010): The Power to Believe; Pastorale; Rotary Symmetrical; Dark Clouds; Blue Calm; When the Rains Fall; Duet for the End of Time.

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Travis & Fripp: Between the Silence

Read "Between the Silence" reviewed by John Kelman

Having reformed in 2013 with its distinctive three-drummer frontline and hitting the road for the first time in over a decade the following year, King Crimson's guitarist/keyboardist and only remaining original member Robert Fripp is another example of a musician in his senior years maintaining a more active schedule than, perhaps, at any other time in ...


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