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Fripp & Eno: No Pussyfooting / Evening Star

Read "Fripp & Eno: No Pussyfooting / Evening Star" reviewed by John Kelman

Few artists think they're doing something momentous, something that can change the landscape of music.  Most just follow their instincts, follow their ears, do what they do, and sometimes the result goes far beyond any expectations, personal or otherwise. When King Crimson co-founder/guitarist Robert Fripp brought his pedal board to Roxy Music keyboardist Brian ...

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Fripp & Eno: Beyond Even (1992-2006)

Read "Beyond Even (1992-2006)" reviewed by John Kelman

It's hard to believe that it's been thirty-five years since King Crimson's Robert Fripp teamed with keyboardist/multi-instrumentalist Brian Eno for the groundbreaking No Pussyfooting (EG, 1973). That album introduced the concept of Frippertronics to the world; a method of using two tape recorders and one guitar to create an ever- expanding orchestral approach that Fripp would, ...

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Fripp & Eno: The Equatorial Stars

Read "The Equatorial Stars" reviewed by John Kelman

While the technology was, in retrospect, remarkably simple, guitarist Robert Fripp, best known for his work with the perennial King Crimson, and synthesist/producer Brian Eno literally invented a new musical form when they hooked up two Revox reel-to-reel tape recorders in '73, allowing Fripp to layer an almost infinite number of loops to create a groundbreaking ...


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