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    Main » 2010 » May » 1 » David Cross - 1997 - Exiles
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    David Cross - 1997 - Exiles


    genre: prog
    country: uk
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    time: 53'33"
    size: 331 mb

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    Best known as the violinist for the 1972-1974 incarnation of KING CRIMSON which produced such classics as "Larks' Tongues In Apsic" and "Red", many don't know that David CROSS released a handful of solo albums, which have featured such musicians as Keith TIPPETT, John WETTON, Robert FRIPP and Peter HAMMILL. David's solo work tends to be very jazzy (though there are some CRIMSON-esque moments) and unfortunately his albums are now for the most part quite difficult to find.
    CROSS' best album is unquestionably his 1997 record "Exiles". It features all of the above mentioned guests (aside from TIPPETT) and probably sounds the most like KING CRIMSON out of any of them, thanks largely to FRIPP's guitar and WETTON's vocals. 1994's "Testing to Destruction" is also worth a listen. Liking KING CRIMSON is no guarantee that you'll like David CROSS. He has a style very distinct from the band he's best known for playing with, and he's suggested more to fans of jazz fusion than the straight ahead prog that KC is known for. - Bryan Adair, CANADA


    01. Exiles 8:58
    02. Tonk 3:44
    03. Slippy Slide 4:03
    04. Duo 6:52
    05. This Is Your Life 4:41
    06. Fast 5:38
    07. Troppo 8:45
    08. Hero 10:52


    David Cross: violins
    Mick Paul: bass; also 4 guitar chords on track 5
    Dan Maurer: drums; also programming on track 5
    Peter Claridge: guitar [1, 2, 7]
    Paul Clark: guitar [1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8]
    Robert Fripp: guitar [2, 4, 7]
    Peter Hammill: vocals [2, 7]
    Dave Kendal: keyboards [1, 2, 7]
    Pete McPhail: sopranino sax, flute [3, 8]
    John Wetton: vocals [1, 5]

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