Monday, July 02, 2012

Canterbury Soundwaves episode 21

King Crimson connections: various members of King Crimson in collaboration with Canterbury-linked musicians, including David Cross jamming exuberantly with Hugh Hopper in Athens, Bill Bruford drumming reluctantly (but skillfully) with Gong in Oslo, the Keith Tippett Band horns simultaneously moonlighting with both Soft Machine and Crimson in 1970, and Robert Fripp producing Matching Mole and Centipede. Also, Dave Sinclair's primary mid-70's synth influence revealed, a 25 minute live improvisation from his cousin Richard and friends in December '74 and half of current local psych-prog innovators Syd Arthur playing acoustic in the woods near Canterbury just the other day...

Canterbury Soundwaves episode 21


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