Side Three - Adrian Belew Reviews
Description:Genre: Rock - Pop Rock / Artist: Adrian Belew / Import / Audio CD released 2006-04-18 at Sanctuary / Disc #1 ... more
Side Three - Adrian Belew ... Tracklisting
2 Incompetence Indifference
3 Water Turns to Wine
8 Men in Helicopters v4.0
9 Beat Box Car
10 Truth Is
11 Red Bull Rides a Boomerang Across the Blue Constellation
Newest Review: ... player along with former Crimson alumnus Mel Collins and, most significantly, the rhythm section of Les Claypool and Danny ... more
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Adrian Belew Side Three [Us Import]
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by - written on 22/03/08 (Very useful, 7 readings)
The final instalment of Adrian Belew's trilogy, which I'm sure is supposed to represent some high musical concept or other, takes the best elements from its predecessors as well as a very obvious influence from Belew's work with King Crimson, to make it the strongest of the three - by a little bit. The spoken word stylings of the first two songs and the presence of electronic percussion make this instantly comparable to King Crimson's 'The Power to Believe,' and Robert Fripp even comes over to assist as a background player along with former Crimson alumnus Mel Collins and, most significantly, the rhythm section of Les Claypool and Danny Carey who made the ... Read the complete review
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