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Who would you like to see Robert Fripp work with now?

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Who would you like to see Robert Fripp work with now?

John McLaughlin
9
23%
Steve Hackett
1
2%
Steve Howe
1
2%
Steve Morse
3
7%
Ian McDonald
5
12%
John Paul Jones
13
33%
Joe Satriani
0
No votes
Jeff Beck
2
5%
Andy Summers
2
5%
Pat Metheny
3
7%
 
Total votes : 39

Who would you like to see Robert Fripp work with now?

Postby Gilesfan on Wed Oct 19, 2005 7:18 am

Inspired by another thread regarding Robert Fripp's extra-curricular activities, I was inspired to create this poll:


Who would you like to see Robert Fripp work with now outside of King Crimson?
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Postby Owen on Wed Oct 19, 2005 7:38 am

Keith & Julie Tippetts plus Marc Charig with a small ensemble.

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Postby monokchrome on Wed Oct 19, 2005 8:08 am

I went for JPJ, simply because he's a groovy bass player! I like it when RF's angular musical approach is contrasted with a grooving, thumping rhythm section. Also, Jeff Beck would make a great guest artist subbing in for Ade in KC... imagine one of his tasty Beckian solos in place of Ade's on LTIA 4 or Level 5!!! Cream-tastic!
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Postby MiKcrobe on Wed Oct 19, 2005 1:37 pm

I voted for John McLaughlin because I would think that would produce some interesting results. I like the albums with Andy Summers but he's already done that so I wanted to choose someone different. Steve Howe is one of my favorite guitarists, but I'm not sure how well their styles would mesh. Joe Satriani? Bleccch. Boring and highly overrated.

Actually, Ginger Baker recently stated that his reason for quitting Cream was because the band was getting too loud. Sounds like the perfect guy for Fripp.
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Postby diderot on Wed Oct 19, 2005 3:59 pm

I voted for John Paul Jones, because I'd like to hear more from what we got in The Thunderthief, and not just Fripp as a guest musician...
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Postby The Crimson Avenger on Wed Oct 19, 2005 4:02 pm

Somebody more interesting than the aging white guys in this list.
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Postby Owen on Wed Oct 19, 2005 4:10 pm

The Crimson Avenger wrote:Somebody more interesting than the aging white guys in this list.


Suggestion? I made one.

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Postby The Crimson Avenger on Wed Oct 19, 2005 5:10 pm

Owen wrote:
The Crimson Avenger wrote:Somebody more interesting than the aging white guys in this list.


Suggestion? I made one.


I'm still thinking about it.
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Postby Krimzep on Wed Oct 19, 2005 6:12 pm

JPJ is an incredible musician and if you want ot see him play some heavy shit, look to

http://www.johnpauljones.com/multimedia.html


look for the video named SKOTOSEME 3rd video down on the left.


If you have never experienced Diamanda Galas this video will shock you.

its crazy shit , JPJ and the drummer rehash riffs with a zeppelin feel only heavier while Diamanda uses abstrackt screams and vocalisations to get her point across.

not really my cup of tea but very interesting none the less.
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Postby MarkSullivan on Wed Oct 19, 2005 6:25 pm

I went with Ian, because I think that collaboration would have real potential to go beyond guitar wankery (much as I love the wankery). I thought the Summers collaborations were lightweight and largely forgettable, although I expect work with McLaughlin would be considerably more interesting. Much as I love Hackett, that just doesn't strike me as a very promising pairing.
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