The League Of Gentlemen , Robert Fripp - God save the king download mp3 album
In 1980, Robert Fripp released something of a split disc himself, called God Save the Queen/Under Heavy Manners, consisting of a side of Frippertronics and a side of Discotronics, the latter being Frippertronics with a "dance-oriented" (according to Fripp) rhythm section. Also in 1980, Fripp formed a new group, borrowing the name from his early-'60s band, the League of Gentlemen. This "new" League of Gentlemen toured for much of 1980, releasing The League of Gentlemen in 1981. In 1985, Fripp took a couple of the Discotronics tunes and a bunch of The League of Gentlemen tracks, and created a compilation of Frippian "dance music," which was then entitled.
The six songs on this album that display Fripp's take on 60s guitar instrumentals are really a lot of fun and rate up there with any of his best stuff. I noticed on the album notes that this band played at some fairly rough clubs including the Mud Club in New York. I wonder if Robert enjoyed his year of "slumming it" before retreating back to the regal Court of the Crimson King.
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Band Name Robert Fripp. Album Name The League of Gentlemen. Data de aparición 1981. Estilo MusicalProgressive Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum3. Tracklist The League of Gentlemen. Under heavy manners, God save the Queen. Albums in Progressive Rock.
The League of Gentlemen (album). The League of Gentlemen is a recorded music album by Robert Fripp. The music on the album was performed by members of a band which toured Europe and North America throughout 1980 under the name of 'The League of Gentlemen'. It has never been reissued on CD.
The League of Gentlemen (1981)The League of Gentlemen1981. The album largely consists of Frippertronics, with much of the work being performed by improvisation. On the Under Heavy Manners side of the album, the effect was modified in what Fripp described as "Discotronics", adding a solid drum beat and bass line to create a dancier sound.
Exposure (Robert Fripp album). 1979 studio album by Robert Fripp. Both album concepts were released together as God Save the Queen/Under Heavy Manners, with each concept getting its own followup－The League of Gentlemen for Discotronics and Let the Power Fall for Frippertronics, making for a five-step trilogy. The end of The Drive to 1981 marked the beginning of "the incline to 1984", Fripp's tenure with a reformed King Crimson, originally intended as Discipline. In 2006, a 24-bit two-disc remaster appeared on Fripp's Discipline Global Mobile label. One disc contained the original 1979.