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Side One Adrian Belew
Release Date: 2005 - 02 - 28, Audio CD, Sanctuary
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by - written on 22/03/08 (Very useful, 14 readings)
After a long hiatus, Adrian Belew returned in fine form to release a trilogy of albums over the course of a year. The first of these, imaginatively titled 'Side One' (you can guess how imaginative the other two will be), is a glorious return to Belew's wild guitar style that characterised eighties King Crimson, perhaps even going too far in its homage on occasion, but is made even more successful by the addition of guest musicians in the form of Primus' Les Claypool on bass guitar and Tool's Danny Carey on drums, both of whom appear on the first three tracks. The addition of Claypool and Carey really does suit Belew's notion of the "power trio" and ... Read the complete review
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