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Robert Fripp Soundscapes - Junction, Cambridge, UK December 2005. album cover
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Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Threshold: Bells (1:52)
2. Time Stands Still (12:25)
3. Queer Jazz: Minor (8:30)
4. Threshold: Future Shift (1:07)
5. At The End Of Time (11.40)

Total Tme 34:54

Line-up / Musicians

- Robert Fripp / guitar & loops

Releases information

DD: 2005.12.20 WW DGM Live 1025 (FLAC)
DD: 2005.12.20 WW DGM Live 1025 (MP3)

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Review by admireArt
4 stars The set of "live" works played as part of a Porcupine Tree's 2005 tour gig, seem like, what I could easily re-baptize as "A Young Person's Guide to Robert Fripp's Soundscapes" in accordance to his manners. I am obviously guessing, but as a performance it actually covers the "whole" trip of his "Soundscape" biography. I find in this performance (most of his "Soundscape" projects are recorded in live venues) the dissection of his best achievements, compressed into direct and out in the open display of his best treasured findings, as if presenting his "Jewels" to a mostly eager to rock audience, than time to listen to this guy who dresses like an accountant. Maybe Mr, Fripp thought PT's audience will be as cultured as the band but he of course, was proven wrong. Here are his published comments about the experience "There were some musical developments, although it was difficult to feel an overall sense of the performance because so few people heard what was going on; and their lack of connection prejudiced my own. But, I trust the process, and persist ". And yes persisted and achieved to us "few" who actually appreciate his work then and now, outside the Crimson... "Como darle perlas a los puercos" goes the saying here in Mexico. The translation may sound offensive but true "Like giving pearls to the pigs" without offending the pigs of course. An amazing display in a quiet short timed "live" performance, of a self created musical language, refined by a self-impossed quest of creation, covering up in a less than 40 minutes, years of exploration, performed against all odds of reception, and be such an artist to sound like this. WOW! ****4.5 "nothing comes close to Fripp but Fripp himself", PA stars. DGM live sells this downloadable masterpiece, there is no excuse to miss it at all. Climb the ladder!

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