ROBERT FRIPP — Exposure (review)

ROBERT FRIPP — Exposure album cover Album · 1979 · Jazz Related Rock Buy this album from MMA partners
4/5 ·
Warthur
Robert Fripp transforms from Crimson King to prophet of the New Wave. Featuring guests ranging from Daryl Hall (on a varying number of tracks depending on which edition you're listening to) to Peter Gabriel (who contributes a fantastic version of Here Comes The Flood - superior to the one on his first solo album) to Peter Hammill (whose own experiments in fusing prog and punk at the time meant that his musical interests and Fripp's were aligned like never before in 1979), this accomplished solo album runs the whole range from bouncy rock and roll to advanced courses in Gurdjieff and Frippertronics.
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