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Robert Fripp


Eclectic Prog

3.86 | 14 ratings

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2 stars This one's credited to Fayman & Fripp but it sounds like you might expect - like the tides of a sea of light interpreted by endlessly looping and minimal guitar lines. The marginally percussive samples introduced into the music highlight it interestingly (like glints upon the waves, if you'll indulge a whimsical reviewer) but as ever, you could cut into this album at any point and be confronted by more or less the same sound.

Of course, it's a beautiful sound and sufficiently bathes the mind but if you already have a soundscape album by Mr. Fripp then the purchase of this one is by no means necessary. Two stars increasing to three if you're a real ambient dronehead.

laplace | 2/5 |


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