DGM Live
Bogart's

Bogart's

Embracing the notion and possibilities of hazard Sara’s bass goes walkabout during the opening number. Nor is she the only instrumentalist rushing in that direction as Robert’s rapid-fire fingering on the guitar certainly hits the mark - just not the mark that was originally intended. The blending of Johnny Toobad’s four-to-the-floor hi-hat and insistent bass drum, Fripp’s manually repeated arpeggios sounding like tape loops, all underpinned by Lee’s ascending bass and the heat-haze organ, always makes Ooh Mr.Fripp a dazzling proposition and tonight it is especially hot. Clearly, the crowd loved it. As Chris Williams reviewing the gig at Bogart’s points out: “No one knew the title of the songs, it was the first hearing for all of them. It was a caesura in what will continue to be the career of the man who may just be the soothsayer of time to come.”

AUDIO SOURCE: Official Bootleg Cassette

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TRACK
TIME
01
RF Introduction
00:24
02
Inductive Resonance
04:58
03
Trap
04:54
04
Heptaparaparshinokh
02:17
05
RF Announcement
00:10
06
Thrang Thrang Gozinbulx III
02:23
07
Boy At Piano
03:59
08
Christian Children Marching Singing
03:30
09
Dislocated
04:57
10
Untitled
01:54
11
Minor Man
03:29
12
Thrang Thrang Gozinbulx II
03:05
13
Ooh Mr Fripp
04:41
14
Farewell Johnny Brill
04:12
15
Eye Needle
04:12
16
Inductive Resonance
05:27
17
Dislocated
05:27

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