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11 minutes ago, Craig Sawyers said:

Double surprise - Robert Fripp, her husband playing the guitar, was one of the founders of King Crimson!

You really didn't know that??!!

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1 hour ago, Craig Sawyers said:

Double surprise - Robert Fripp, her husband playing the guitar, was one of the founders of King Crimson!

Yeah, he’s the one who wrote the thing that he was playing that she was dancing to.  He’s been active in King Crimson ever since.  He’s famous for keeping a stable of very talented and very disciplined musicians together.  That’s what makes it so eye-popping—he’s actively encouraging this behavior, and I would even go so far as to say that he seems to be enjoying it.

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4 hours ago, Craig Sawyers said:

Double surprise - Robert Fripp, her husband playing the guitar, was one of the founders of King Crimson!

Pretty guitar centric stuff, also famous for Frippertronics and the delay heavy genre that's still popular with a lot of my favorite players.

 

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9 hours ago, skullguise said:

You really didn't know that??!!

It is a very, very long time since I listened to King Crimson, although I did back in the early days (like In the Court  of the Crimson King; pass the walking frame). Far too far back to remember who was in the band. I only twigged when I was looking up how old Toyah Wilcox was. I knew she must be getting on, and was gobsmacked how young looking and energetic she is at 62.

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Speaking of beautiful music...

 

 

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This (Satie's Gnossienne #1) is going to be filed with Grieg's "Solvejg's Song" (from Peer Gynt incidental music) and Mussorgsky's "The Old Castle" (from Pictures at an Exhibition) as one of my favourite hauntingly beautiful short pieces, but this version is...uh...pretty WAT.

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