No Pussyfooting) is the debut studio album by the British duo Fripp & Eno, released in 1973. No Pussyfooting) was the first of three major collaborations between the musicians, growing out of Brian Eno's early tape recording loop experiments and Robert Fripp's "Frippertronics" electric guitar technique. No Pussyfooting) was recorded in three days over the course of a year.
No Pussyfooting) is a music studio album recording by FRIPP & ENO (Progressive ve Rock) released in 1973 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. No Pussyfooting Remastered · Extra tracks Sony Music Canada Inc. 2016.
Eno and Fripp didn't pioneer this technique; Terry Riley, among others, had used it before. But Eno would master it in his Ambient albums, where it became an end unto itself, not a background. As Eno refined the technique for the studio, Fripp refined it for the stage in his "Frippertronic" performances, which prefigured the use of looping pedals among arty rock bands today. The album bursts with a sense of spontaneity. The Heavenly Music Corporation" sequence is raw and rambunctious, resolving in long deep waves of aggression, with Fripp's molten, fluent guitar leads putting his rock prowess on display. The effervescent "Swastika Girls" strikes a contrast.
Fripp & Eno – (No Pussyfooting). Label: Discipline Global Mobile – DGMLP1, Opal Records – DGMLP1. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Repress, Gatefold, 200-gram super heavyweight vinyl. The Heavenly Music Corporation" Recorded at Eno's Studio . Swastika Girls" Recorded at Command Studios 4/. 73 Mixed at Air Studios 21/22. Pressed on 200-gram vinyl from masters approved by Fripp & Eno. John Dent and Loud Mastering were identified from the run-out grooves.
Fripp & Eno No Pussyfooting DGM Live, Panegyric 1973; reissued 2008. Fripp's experimentation with primitive looping came to be called Frippertronics-a predecessor to the more broad-palette of his Soundscapes recordings including Love Cannot Bear (DGM Live, 2005) and At the End of Time (DGM Live, 2007), and a unique guitar-as-orchestra texture that would be used with future incarnations of King Crimson, as well as sessions with artists. Even at this early stage, Fripp understood how to layer brief melodic fragments to great effect, while Eno-whose sonic manipulations put him at odds with Roxy Music front man Brian Ferry, ultimately leading to his departure following the release of For Your Pleasure (Warner Bros. 1973)-manipulated Fripp's playing to create big washes of sound, building great, dynamic peaks and valleys.
Rather, as Fripp and Eno were well-known figures at the time of the album's release, it may be fair to say this was the first time many mainstream listeners were introduced to drone music. Close listening is richly rewarded. When "No Pussyfooting" was initially released, critical reactions were quite mixed. Some didn't know what to think about an albums worth of sustained guitar lines looped through two tapes machines while others found the sounds embedded in the record grooves to be groundbreaking. Over time, the public slowly caught on to the innovative ideas heard in this album and it's now considered to be a timeless classic.
Listen free to Fripp & Eno – (No pussyfooting). No Pussyfooting) is a 1973 ambient music album by the British musicians Robert Fripp and Brian Eno. (No Pussyfooting) was the first of three major collaborations between the musicians, growing out of Eno's early tape recording loop experiments and Fripp's electric guitar playing.
Artists Fripp & Eno (No Pussyfooting). No Pussyfooting) Fripp & Eno. (No Pussyfooting). This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). Tracklist (No Pussyfooting). 1. The Heavenly Music Corporation.