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Discussion in 'All Discussions' started by all4blues, Aug 22, 2014.
The guitarist is Fripp. I went to DC in 75 or 76 to see Bob Marley. The next I was wondering about G'town and Fripp was playing in a little cafe/bar. It was just him and 2 reel to reel recorders. He's record a riff then play it back and record it with him adding to it. One time he played it backwards and added to that. Pretty cosmic. Shoulda save El 'Cid for that.
great song.why did everybody in the 70s look like chicks?
Glam Rock!!! Eno's "Here Come the Warm Jets" is one of my all time favorite albums. I was a big Fripp, Eno, Adrian Belew fan in my "formative years." When you are in an altered state listen to the title track and try to figure out what's it all aboot.
Eno always had songs with social significance.
^ seen Mothers Finest a handfull of times in the late 70s early 80s. Always a good show. Back when bands played instruments and sang without autotune.
Been doing nothing but the Pouges lately.
I really like this cover. All punky and shiiiiiiiiiiii. Brings me back to the 90's skate rat days.
Because they were transmorphing into todays gays. Those were your formative years???
I learned this song from this here think tank. Thanks fellers.
You might like these Irish brothers...
That was fantastic LB.
One baddass bagpipe, right?
Back to 1972. Pink Floyd's Echoes:
Nothing like burning one down and throwing on some Pink Floyd and drifting away.
Cool, Seldom. Very cool.
Went and grabbed a cold one from the fridge, kicked back, listened, and enjoyed.
I must've posted this before. No apologies. Gotta be one of my favorites.