Robert Fripp - Let The Power Fall  CD (album) cover


Robert Fripp


Eclectic Prog

2.53 | 30 ratings

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Eetu Pellonpää
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3 stars Previous reviewer gives a good description about the music on this record. I would still note, that in my opinion FRIPP & ENO collaborations of the 70's were musically much better than Robert's own solo work presented here. But the idea of "a small, intelligent and mobile unit" producing live music is an interesting one, and these recordings documents the transition of these ideas as actions. Also if you play an electric guitar, this might be a good record to listen how Robert plays his instrument, as the non-synthesized sound is easier to recognize on these earlier frippertonics, than on his later "soundscape" material, which evolved from this playing technique. And at least with the CD version you get an essay, where Robert shares his views how world and people actually should run. How generous of him, one gin & frippertonic, please!
Eetu Pellonpää | 3/5 |


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