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.
Engineered by Tony Arnold (at Arny's) and Tim Summerhayes (at Island) Mixed at Island Studios with Tim Produced by Andy Summers and Robert Fripp.
Robert Fripp and Andy Summers guise the music in neutral colors and subdued garb without losing intensity on 'I Advance Masked', a true partnership wherein both players contributed equally, each only adding something to a moment of music if necessary. The result is an unselfish record of constant forward movement and sonic wonders, especially for 1982. This is a great album that sounds better everytime I hear it. Fripp pulls influence from clasical music from around the world and ends up with a glimpse of the future. From ww. rogarchives. EAC extraction logfile from 6. November 2009, 21:40 for CD Summers, Andy & Robert Fripp, I Advanced Masked. Used drive : TSSTcorpCDRWDVD TSL462D Adapter: 1 ID: 0 Read mode : Secure with NO C2, accurate stream, disable cache Read offset correction : 6 Overread into Lead-In and Lead-Out : No.
Exposure is the debut solo album by guitarist and composer Robert Fripp. Unique among Fripp solo projects for its focus on the pop song format, it grew out of his previous collaborations with David Bowie, Peter Gabriel, and Daryl Hall, and the latter two singers appear on the album. Released in 1979, it peaked at No. 79 on the Billboard Album Chart. Most of the lyrics were provided by the poet and lyricist Joanna Walton, who was later killed on Pan Am Flight 103.
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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.
Andy Summers & Robert Fripp - I Advance Masked (1982) Written by bluesever Tuesday, 08 August 2017 14:04 - Last Updated Tuesday, 08 August 2017 14:05 Andy Summers &. Although the recording sessions weren't entirely enjoyable forSummers (who was experiencing marital problems at the time), some very beautiful music canbe found on the resulting album. The music for the track "Girl on a Swing" does an excellent jobof conveying the song's title in one's mind, and the duo's guitars weave wonderful polyrhythmicguitar lines throughout "China - Yellow Leader.
The album then interestingly devolves into a series of pure atmospherics pieces where Fripp apparently let Summers play with some of his toys while he was away at King Crimson rehearsals, specifically his digital Frippertronics setup & trademark distortion pedal "Frippleboard". The result isn't so much a collaboration in the way that "I Advanced Masked" was - though "Begin The Day" certainly has the same kind of give/take found on that prior Fripp Summers record - as it is an Andy Summers album that just happens to feature some of Robert Fripp's most subtle and interesting work from the 1980s. For long-time fans of Andy Summers and/or Robert Fripp, this album may be somewhat maddening. Summers relies on extensive use of drum machines and other electronic gadgets that were fashionable at the time.