Robert Fripp - North Star album download
- Producer – Robert Fripp
- Written-By – Hall*, Walton*, Fripp*
NotesE.G. Music/Hot-Cha Music Co./Six Continents Music Pub., Inc. (BMI)
From album PD-1-6201 "Exposure"
Same track, labels and mastering both sides.
Exposure is the debut solo album by guitarist and composer Robert Fripp. Unique among Fripp solo projects for its focus on the pop song format, it grew out of his previous collaborations with David Bowie, Peter Gabriel, and Daryl Hall, and the latter two singers appear on the album. Released in 1979, it peaked at No. 79 on the Billboard Album Chart. Most of the lyrics were provided by the poet and lyricist Joanna Walton, who was later killed on board Pan Am Flight 103.
Robert Fripp - North Star With Daryl Hall 3:11. Peter Gabriel - Here Comes The Flood 4:10. You Burn Me Up (I'm A Cigarette) - Daryl Hall 2:20. Robert Fripp - Chicago 2:13. Robert Fripp - Exposure 4:26.
Back to the page of Robert Fripp. The Cheerful Insanity Of Giles, Giles And Fripp. Album, 1968, Deram Records. 1. north meadow (. 8). 3. One In A Million (. 4). Album, Ноябрь 1973, EG Records. The Heavenly Music Corporation.
Robert Fripp at Sherbourne. Fripp’s first commercial music activity coming out of the retreat was playing on Peter Gabriel’s debut solo album (Car) and the live performances that followed its release. Seeking one British soul to lean on amongst the Canadian-American majority in the studio, Gabriel immediately thought of Fripp, who took the job but may have not been ready yet to resume a demanding commitment: I only accepted to be on the tour on the condition that I would be playing in the dark without being seen by the public. The version he recorded with Fripp on the latter’s debut solo gave it a completely different treatment. Peter Gabriel I (Car). Robert Fripp’s true return to music life took place in July 1977 when he got a call from Brian Eno, who was working with David Bowie in Berlin on the follow up album to Low.
A pole star is a visible star, preferably a prominent one, that is approximately aligned with the Earth's axis of rotation; that is, a star whose apparent position is close to one of the celestial poles, and which lies approximately directly overhead when viewed from the Earth's North Pole or South Pole. A similar concept also applies to planets other than the Earth
First, these songs are a weak attempt by Fripp to cash in on the disco/new wave scene.