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David Sylvian

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Topic: David Sylvian
Posted By: Foxy
Subject: David Sylvian
Date Posted: May 02 2004 at 17:03
What about David Sylvian? He made several great albums of which his colaboration with Robert Fripp (The First Day/Damage) is one the best prog albums of all time.



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Posted By: Peter
Date Posted: May 04 2004 at 00:18

Originally posted by Foxy Foxy wrote:

What about David Sylvian? He made several great albums of which his colaboration with Robert Fripp (The First Day/Damage) is one the best prog albums of all time.

ClapThis artist DEFINITELY warrants a place! (I've called for his inclusion before.) Very much prog -- besides Fripp, Sylvian also collaborated with Holgar Czukay, of Can fame.Thumbs Up



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Posted By: Foxy
Date Posted: May 04 2004 at 03:55
Plight and Premonition and Flux + Mutability are very good and really progressive albums, I agree.


Posted By: Dan Bobrowski
Date Posted: May 05 2004 at 15:24
You would have to include Rain Tree Crow as well. Keyboardist Richard Barbieri is a member of Porcupine Tree. Sylvian and Barbieri were in Japan, too.  

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Posted By: Jim Garten
Date Posted: May 13 2004 at 04:28
Originally posted by Foxy Foxy wrote:

Plight and Premonition and Flux + Mutability are very good and really progressive albums, I agree.


Don't forget 'Back To Earth', and the Sylivian/Fripp album 'The First Day' - I saw Sylvian/Fripp at the Albert Hall promoting that album, the rhythm section being......

Pat Mastellotto & Trey Gunn - next thing you know, King Crimson mutate into the 'Twin Trio' lineup

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