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Tonk - David Cross - Exiles (CD, Album)

9 Reply to “ Tonk - David Cross - Exiles (CD, Album) ”

  1. Dor says:
    Jan 21,  · referencing Exiles, CD, Album, CDR King Crimson fans, you should know that this album is an absolute cracker. For whatever reasons, I never got round to buying it at the time, probably because for some (nurse) insane reason I was put off by the presence of guest appearances by the likes of Fripp and Hammill/5(28).
  2. Morg says:
    Feb 02,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Exiles on Discogs. Label: Red Hot Records (5) - CDR • Format: CD Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock David Cross - Exiles (, CD) | Discogs/5(12).
  3. Vigor says:
    And if I can't say that this Cross's product is a masterpiece, I can still rate the album as excellent, as one of the most serious CDs in the vein of classic symphonic Prog in the 90's. David Cross remains one of the few Prog-veterans who create music of the quality of the 70's. VM.
  4. Yozshugrel says:
    HIT CHANNEL EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: March We had the great honour to talk with a legendary musician: David alsarilsaithforius.xyzinfo is best known as the violinist of King Crimson from to , recording with them the monumental “Larks’ Tongues In Aspic” and “Starless and Bible Black” albums. He has also collaborated with Clearlight, Jade Warrior, Peter Hammill, David Jackson, Stick Men.
  5. Arazuru says:
    David Cross's Exiles is an album of progressive compositions spotlighting Cross's violin virtuosity. It features guest appearances by King Crimson's John Wetton and Robert Fripp, as well as Peter Hammill of Van Der Graaf Generator.
  6. Doll says:
    David Cross/alsarilsaithforius.xyzinfo $ This is the brand new album by David Cross featuring such guests as Robert Fripp, John Wetton, Pete Sinfield and Peter Hammill! This album also features a new version of that classic King Crimson song, Exiles. David's version of 'Exiles' is also featured (along with Brand X and other artists) on the following tribute to King Crimson.
  7. Zulurg says:
    Cross' solo album Exiles was named after the King Crimson song originally appearing on 's Larks' Tongues In Aspic to which Cross contributed. Exiles featured a new studio recording of the song with original vocalist John Wetton guesting. The live version of the song featured here is well sung by Arch Stanton.4/5(1).
  8. Zulushicage says:
    Jan 21,  · Label: Purple Pyramid - CLP ,Outer Music - CLP • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock David Cross - Exiles (, CD) | Discogs Explore/5(8).
  9. Kinos says:
    David Cross flashed across the progressive music scene as a key member of the incarnation of King Crimson that delivered three high intensity albums, "Larks Tongues in Aspic," "Starless and Bible Black," and "Red" though he was more or less in a cameo role on the latter. Mr. Fripp is clearly present with guitar in hand on Exiles, Tonk, Duo.

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