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    Posted: November 24 2005 at 14:37
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http://www.progarchives.com/Progressive_rock_discography_CD. asp?cd_id=7833

 

Follow the above link to the David Cross discography and you can listen to an interview with David Cross conducted by our very own Dick Heath as part of his "The Alternative Alternative Show" for Loughborough Campus Radio.The interview took place in June 2005 and David discusses his latest album "Closer Than Skin".

Best known as the violinist for the 1972-1974 incarnation of KING CRIMSON which produced such classics as “Larks' Tongues In Apsic” and “Red”, many don't know that David CROSS released a handful of solo albums, which have featured such musicians as Keith TIPPETT, John WETTON, Robert FRIPP and Peter HAMMILL.

reproduced by kind permission of LCR & David Cross 2005.

http://www.progarchives.com/Progressive_rock_discography_BAN D.asp?band_id=920

click the link and then use the embedded streaming media player to listen to the interview.



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