Fripp, Robert - Exposure

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1979 White Label Promo With Gold Embossed Promo Stamp On Front Cover. Includes Custom Inner Sleeve. Hint Of Ringwear, Hence Price. "Conceived As The Third Part Of An MOR Trilogy That Included Peter Gabriel's Second Album And Daryl Hall's Sacred Songs, Exposure Is Concerned With A Marketplace That Fripp Saw As Hostile To Experimentation And Hungry For Product. Strangely, Then, Exposure Is One Of His Most Varied And Successful Rock Albums, Offering A Broad Selection Of Styles. "Water Music I And II" Is Pure Frippertronics; "Disengage" And "I May Not Have Had Enough Of Me But I've Had Enough Of You" Are Angular, Jagged Rock Like He Would Make With The Reformed King Crimson; "North Star" Is A Soulful Ballad Led By Daryl Hall On Vocals, And A Less Bombastic Version Of "Here Comes The Flood" With Peter Gabriel Singing Makes A Melancholic Ending. Peter Hammill, Terre Roche, And Narada Michael Walden Also Add Vocals To A Pleasant Experiment In Pop, Fripp Style." Ted Mills, AMG.

Artist: Fripp, Robert Title: Exposure Genre: Pop Type: Used - LP Label: Polydor Catalog ID: PD-1-6201 Country: USA Our ID: 149009
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