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Episode #852

Program #852

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Wednesday, August 06, 2003

On September 17, 1992, renowned electric guitarist Robert Fripp was featured along with a bevy of his closest musical friends including vocalist Patricia Leavitt, The Annex, Firepower, and the California Guitar Trio. Fripp packs in a whirlwind of styles during this lively hour: classical, rock, blues, jazz, as well as the progressive rock aesthetic he first pioneered with King Crimson in the 1970s.

PROGRAM #852: with guests Robert Fripp and Friends

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RECORDING

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SOURCE

The California Guitar Trio (CGT)
and The Annex

live

Bach: "Prelude in C minor" [1:30]

More info available at www.cgtrio.com

CGT

live

"Wendy's Tune" [2:00]

See above.

The Annex

live

"Bulgur Wheat Bounce" [2:00]

See above.

CGT and The Annex

live

Fripp: "The Moving Force" [2:00]

See above.

Patricia Leavitt

 

live

"This Yes" [2:00]

The song appears on Robert Fripp & The League of Crafty Guitarists - Show of Hands CD, available at www.disciplineglobalmobile.com

Fripp, Trey Gunn, and CGT

live

"Bunta Patri" [3:30]
"Yamanashi Blues" [3:00]
"Eye of the Needle" [2:30]

 

Patricia Leavitt

live

"Who Sings" [1:00]

 

Fripp, Gunn, CGT

live

"Blockhead" [4:00]
"Asturias" [5:00]

 

Robert Fripp

live

Frippertronics solo [9:00]

This particular performance not available, but another appears on Robert Fripp and the League of Crafty Guitarists - Live available at www.disciplineglobalmobile.com

Fripp, Gunn, CGT

live

Fripp: "The Moving Force" [2:00]

 

Patricia Leavitt

live

"Planting Song" [2:00]

 

CGT

Yamanashi Blues

"Melrose Avenue" [2:00]

DGM 9301 www.disciplineglobalmobile.com
More info available at www.cgtrio.com

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