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Fripp & Eno


Progressive Electronic

3.94 | 68 ratings

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4 stars I loved No Pussyfooting and simply didn't fall in love with Evening Star. This was in the same vein as No Pussyfooting, but had a very updated feel to it. The album was much more focused and had a better sense of direction than No Pussyfooting, and I really enjoyed it. Fripp's solos are some of his most beautiful, and Eno's production is just flawless. The only thing keeping this album from a 5 in my opinion is the same thing that held me back from giving No Pussyfooting a 5 star rating. While I love the songs and soundscapes on the album, movement within songs is very horizontal, rather than vertical, which makes it sound somewhat incomplete. I highly recommend this album to anyone. It is definitely the best ambient album I have listened to to date.
evantate09 | 4/5 |


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