Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Here's some Cheerful Insanity from Robert Fripp

Up next is a weird, fun LP by Robert Fripp and the brothers Giles (not to be confused with the brothers Gibb). It was released in early 1968 and sounds unlike anything else Fripp has done since (IMHO). I ripped this CD to MP3 (320kbps) a couple years ago and sold the disc, so I don't have covers but I'm sure they can be found if you look around on the net somewhere. Not only does it include the LP but also all singles released in stereo and mono and I believe an outtake or two. Enjoy the Cheerful Insanity of Giles, Giles and Fripp.


When I re-upped these to .com from .de those files changed names. They still work!!!


Back soon with more rare stuff. Have fun!!!


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Anonymous said...

thanks for this gem
i was looking for this album since a long time
another thanks to dna to make me discover this beautiful blog
long life for this new magical blog

oldhippy said...

Thanks for this without hearing it I'm wondering what sort of music I'm going to get from Fripp and Co.

Anonymous said...

Thank You...Had read about it, but never heard it...til now.

Love It