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A Fish Out of Water That Swims On

I have been meaning to write in praise of Chris Squire’s solo album Fish Out of Water for some time now. In fact, I wanted to publish a review after his sudden passing last June, but I feared I would not do his album justice (or something to that effect). 310 more words

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King Crimson - On (and off) The Road, 19 disc 1980s Box Set Coming

Another wallet-busting super-deluxe King Crimson box set is coming October 2016!  After last year’s THRAK reissue, DGM’s 2016 release focusses on the band’s 1980s output and includes 5.1 mixes by Steven Wilson of ‘Discipline’, ‘Beat’ and ‘Three Of A Perfect Pair’  ….. 1,605 more words


12. The Solid Time Of Change

Part Twelve of the Solid Time of Change  aired Saturday August-6-2016 c/o CiTR.FM.101.9.

This continues to be Randophonic’s main focus, our overlong yet incomplete history of the so-called  113 more words

Solid Time Of Change

On August 18, 1989.

On August 16, 1989, “EG Records” label released “Dig?”, the second Bill Bruford’s Earthworks album. It was recorded November – December 1988, and was produced by Adam Moseley and Bill Bruford. 84 more words

Thirty Year Thursday – BILL BRUFORD “MASTER STROKES 1978-1985”

Album: MASTER STROKES 1978-1985

I first became aware of Bill Bruford’s drumming prowess in my early teens via his work on Yes’ first five albums, and then a few years later I discovered his two stints with King Crimson in the mid-‘70s & early-‘80s as well as his contributions to the first album by short-lived prog-rock supergroup U.K. 480 more words


1006. easy money

King Crimson were a force indeed come 1973’s Larks Tongues In Aspic. Bill Bruford (recently with Yes) had just joined and they were well and truly armed and dangerous and unafraid to go anywhere, try anything, with the almost funky Easy Money the closest thing to what one might call a normal song (at the beginning anyway). 22 more words

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