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Before Then - Travis & Fripp - Thread (Vinyl, LP, Album)

05.11.2019
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  1. The Cheerful Insanity of Giles, Giles and Fripp, an Album by Giles, Giles and Fripp. Released 13 September on Deram (catalog no. SML (stereo); Vinyl LP). Genres: Psychedelic Pop, Baroque Pop. Featured peformers: Peter Giles (vocals, bass, backing vocals, spoken word), Michael Giles (drums, percussion, vocals, backing vocals, spoken word), Robert Fripp (guitar, Mellotron, .
  2. The Esoteric Antenna label is pleased to announce the release of the new album by internationally acclaimed British saxophone and flute player and composer Theo Travis 'Transgression' his first solo album in eight years, with his band 'Double Talk'.Theo Travis - who has worked with many artists in the Prog, Jazz and Rock worlds such as Gong, Soft Machine Legacy, The Tangent, Bill Nelson, Keith /5(5).
  3. Nov 13,  · Fairport Convention album by album thread. Long out of print, as I discovered after trading in the Polydor vinyl album some years ago, this re-mastered reissue includes bonus tracks including their first single, a cover of Maxine Sullivan's recording of If I Had A Ribbon Bow. I was waiting to throw in about the Trader Horne album Missing: Travis & Fripp.
  4. May 01,  · Take note - spoiler alert! According to Fripp's typically discursive (but ultimately informative) liner notes, the original idea was to repackage the /85 remix/reissue with the unreleased Daryl Hall vocals as bonus tracks. Of course, Fripp then decided to redo things to "create" a version of the album as he originally mooted it/5().
  5. Aug 08,  · Fripp has also employed Soundscapes on numerous guest appearances, most notably on woodwind multi-instrumentalist Theo Travis' Double Talk (33 Jazz, ), where abstract ambience and more definitive pulse, at times, intersected. With Travis' own electronically rigged System of Ambitronics, it was only a matter of time before the two musicians.
  6. In Cheltenham, Travis' soprano saxophone delivers the start of the melody a cappella, before Fripp enters with gossamer sonics that gradually segue into the more string-heavy "Pastorale," first heard as the closer to Thread and featuring Travis on flute, and with Fripp ultimately employing a warm but still heavily compressed/sustained tone.
  7. Theo Travis plays Trevor James alto flutes. Publishing by Theo Travis / Crimson Music and registered with PRS/MCPS. The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Theo Travis and Robert Fripp. ℗&© Theo Travis/Robert Fripp under exclusive license to Panegyric Recordings/5(20).
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