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Topic: Plague of Lighthouse Keepers
Posted By: condor
Subject: Plague of Lighthouse Keepers
Date Posted: January 18 2007 at 08:57
Who play's the end solo of PoLK? A lot of people have said Fripp but someone mentioned it as Hugh Banton on Farfisa organ?



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Posted By: sigod
Date Posted: January 18 2007 at 09:11
I always thought it was Fripp too but I could be wrong. 

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Posted By: gm86
Date Posted: January 18 2007 at 12:30
i've asked myself a billion time...if you listen carefully the beginning of the piece is surely an organ(the first 4 second)with leslie active,the rest probably is this sound without leslie and modified with something...maybe is only Fripp...????
I've another question,i the song After the flood from The least ecc. wath kind of vocoder(or similar) is used by Peter Hammil fo singing the word "annihilation"????it's amazing!


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Posted By: el böthy
Date Posted: January 18 2007 at 13:15
I think it´s Fripp, but as said before, I could be wrong

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"You want me to play what, Robert?"


Posted By: Fassbinder
Date Posted: January 18 2007 at 13:32
If I'm not mistaken, I saw here, in the forum, the post from the VdGG music specialist who said that it was Banton. Then those words were mentioned at least once in another post (by another poster). Therefore I wondered when nobody intervened the "Best Guest Appearance" (or similar to that) thread where "A Plague of Lighthouse Keepers" with Fripp was the most popular example of the best guest appearance.


Posted By: SidSmith
Date Posted: January 18 2007 at 16:24
It's  Hugh Banton for definite.

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Posted By: el böthy
Date Posted: January 18 2007 at 16:36
Originally posted by SidSmith SidSmith wrote:

It's  Hugh Banton for definite.

Hey, it´s Sin Smith! Dude, you wrote one gooooood book!!!Clap


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"You want me to play what, Robert?"


Posted By: rileydog22
Date Posted: January 18 2007 at 20:37
Originally posted by el böthy el böthy wrote:

Originally posted by SidSmith SidSmith wrote:

It's  Hugh Banton for definite.

Hey, it´s Sin Smith! Dude, you wrote one gooooood book!!!Clap


I'm reading it right now!  I just got up to the Double Duo.

It's fantastic.  I had known the history of the band, but it's very interesting to see the personal side.  It's great to have quotes about the music and personal issues from just about every person to ever be associated with King Crimson.  Unfortunately, that means that my impression of Robert Fripp being a really big @$$hole has been even further solidified.


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Posted By: pero
Date Posted: January 19 2007 at 03:40
At Godbluff DVD where they perform 1971 Plague of.. in studio you can see that that was Banton.


Posted By: CANterbury
Date Posted: January 19 2007 at 07:23
no one can help me for the song "after the flood"? OPS...i'm Gm86 from my personal notebook,sorry!



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