But the music on their first collaboration together, I Advance Masked, stresses guitar textures and moods over indulgent soloing. Although the recording sessions weren't entirely enjoyable for Summers (who was experiencing marital problems at the time), some very beautiful music can be found on the resulting album. The music for the track "Girl on a Swing" does an excellent job of conveying the song's title in one's mind, and the duo's guitars weave wonderful polyrhythmic guitar lines throughout "China - Yellow Leader.
I Advance Masked is a 1982 album by English guitarists Andy Summers and Robert Fripp. It is the pair's first of two album collaborations and it consists of 13 instrumental tracks. Summers and Fripp had met in Bournemouth in the early 1960s. Summers grew up in the town and was at the time the guitarist of the Zoot Money Big Roll Band. Fripp was attending Bournemouth College, where he had enrolled to study economics, economic history and political history.
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The album then shifts gear downward with the pastoral "Girl on a Swing" with Fripp soloing over a mesh of acoustic guitar and simplistic piano fills that recall his work with Brian Eno and the "quiet interlude" pop song segments from the early King Crimson eras. though Fripp's solo is appropriately pretty.
Exposure (Robert Fripp album). 1979 studio album by Robert Fripp. Originally, Fripp envisioned Exposure as the third part of a simultaneous trilogy also comprising Daryl Hall's Sacred Songs and Peter Gabriel's second album aka Scratch, both of which Fripp contributed to and produced. Fripp's aim with the trilogy "was to investigate the 'pop song' as a means of expression. Bewitched (Andy Summers and Robert Fripp album). Peter Gabriel (1977 album).
Robert Fripp & Andy Summers 2nd collaboration 'Bewitched' is a more composed and structured album than what their first collaboration was. This album concentrates more on written compositions and less experimental and improvised music. The original intention, according to Summers, was to have an album with more of a variety, but it turned out to be one based on a softer jazz/rock fusion using 80's style drum loops and electronics with more carefully crafted instrumentals . Maquillage' has a more experimental feel to it and could have fit on the 'I Advance Masked' album. It features a Spanish sounding guitar and a slow plucked acoustic accompaniment. No cheap electronic percussion, thank goodness.
Album: I Advance Masked Artists: Andy Summers & Robert Fripp Year: 1982 I am not the owner of the video nor I am monetizing it. This is for fans only. In case of any terms violation, please contact me and video will be removed. Thank you for sharing this. Here, I put together a track listing as a token of appreciation: 01 - I Advance Masked (0:00) uareporter. net/v/відео-bKiUwQRtHQI. html 02 - Under Bridges of Silence (5:09) uareporter. html?t 5m9s 03 - China - Yellow Leader (6:55) uareporter. It is the pair's first of two album collaborations (Bewitched would follow in 1984), and it consists of 13 instrumental tracks. According to Summers, the album was "a synthesis of two guys who grew up playing guitar, heard the Beatles, listened to jazz, have been influenced by Oriental music and Steve Reich, but still happen to be playing in a rock context. Every track started the same way, just two guitars.
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