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Record Review: Brian Eno – Here Come the Warm Jets [part 3]

[…continued from last post] Eno’s Roxy Music brethern Manzanera + Mackay were all over this album, but even drummer Paul Thompson got into the act on the comically morose “Dead Finks Don’t Talk.” He built a marching rhythm that featured … Continue reading

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Record Review: Brian Eno – Here Come the Warm Jets [part 2]

[…continued from last post] The next track was “Cindy Tells Me;” a 50s bobby-sox throwback like aspects of some of the less outré material from the first Roxy Music album. The dreamy backing vocals were swoon-worthy, but the fly in … Continue reading

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Record Review: Brian Eno – Here Come the Warm Jets [part 1]

Brian Eno: Here Come The Warm Jets – US – CD [1994] Needles In A Camel’s Eye The Paw Paw Negro Blowtorch Baby’s On Fire Cindy Tells Me Driving Me Backwards On Some Faraway Beach Blank Frank Dead Finks Don’t … Continue reading

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2017: My Year Of Bowie Guitarists

After seeing King Crimson in the fall of 2017, it occurred to me that 2017 was marked as a period where, for one reason or another, I seemed to be seeing a lot of artists who played lead guitar with … Continue reading

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King Crimson @ Duke Energy Center 10-26-17 [part 8]

[continued from last post] After seeing a performance of such talent and intensity the thought occurred that much of what made this concert exemplary was down to its ability to sift through the entire history of King Crimson and not … Continue reading

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King Crimson @ Duke Energy Center 10-26-17 [part 7]

[continued from past post] The next step from “Level Five” was the peak melancholy of “Starless” from “Red.” Though it was from 1974, it still featured Mel Collins on soprano sax as a session player. Tonight he was once more … Continue reading

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King Crimson @ Duke Energy Center 10-26-17 [part 6]

[continued from previous post] Following a drum improv, one more classic from “Larks Tongues In Aspic” was served up. “Easy Money” was the one song this evening where its early-70s origins were called upon in a new way to add … Continue reading

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