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Robert Fripp


Eclectic Prog

3.42 | 44 ratings

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3 stars First listen revealed exactly what I'd hoped - this is essentially a Disccipline era King Crimson album featuring a female soprano voice. I didn't even know Fripp was married until a few weeks ago then after digging a bit further I read about this, acquired the album, and have been listening to little else since. As I age I've noticed I've been seeking out more female voices and I think in Toyah I've found a favorite. Her voice is powerful, vulnerable, and beautiful all at the same time. For Crimson and Fripp fans like myself, this is a nice addition. Toyah does another record called Ophelia's Shadow from 1991 that features Fripp and Gunn as well, I'm hoping it's as interesting as this one. The music isn't out of this world awesome and I'd rate it near the bottom of all King Crimson if this were indeed that vaunted group. Still, it's a nice find for those already initiated. "Strange Girls" is a mild annoyance, but I really like the beat and vocals on the next song, "F I Were a Man"
WFV | 3/5 |


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