Released: 1973 By Discipline
Available on backorder
Remastered from the original mastertapes
2 x CD
Groundbreaking experimental music or pointless guitar wankery? I have no idea, so take your pick. The cover photograph of Fripp and Eno sitting in a chamber of mirrors is fairly programmatic, as (No Pussyfooting) is the album on which Brian Eno started experimenting with tape recorder loops and delays, thus laying the groundwork for much of his later ambient work, and also for Fripp‘s Frippertronics. This album is anything but ambient, though: Fripp‘s guitar, fed through Eno‘s synthesizer, not only provides the ground drone and rhythm foundation, it also develops from calm, single-note accents into semi-freakish, elaborate solos, more subdued than on his work with King Crimson, but still almost as bluesy.
The Heavenly Music Corporation” is the calmer of the two tracks
Louie G. Bourland / USA
It has been 35 years since King Crimson‘s Robert Fripp and the then-recently departed Roxy Music keyboardist Brian Eno joined forces to create No Pussyfooting”
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