Volume 2: Vector
1. The Planet Zarg Quartet:
2. Happy Hour On Planet Zarg
3. Is There Life On Zarg?
4. Low Life In Sector Q-3
5. Sector Shift
6. Laura In Space
7. Sector Drift
8. Sector Patrol
Lost In Space:
9. In Space There Is No North...
10. Vector Patrol
11. Deserts Of Arcadia (North)
12. Deserts Of Arcadia (South)
13. Snake Drummers Of Sector Q-3
14. Escape From Sagittarius A
15. Return To Station B
Recording Engineer: Ken
Latchney at Studio Belewbeloible
Assistant Engineer: John Sinks.
Mixed by Adrian Belew,
Robert Fripp & Trey Gunn. Edited by David Singleton (SADiE) and
A ProjeKct Two production
for King Crimson.
Cover picture: John
Miller. DGM logo: SteveBall. Both artists own the copyright in
their work. Sleevedesign: Hugh O'Donnell for The Discipline Art
Sector. Personal log by Adrian Belew.
Robert Fripp equipment:
Fernandes sustainer guitar - de Salvo strings. Roland VG8 - Roland
GR30 - Roland GR1 - Roland GP100 x 2 TC G-Force - TC 2290 x 4 -
Eventide 3000 x 2 - Digitech whammy pedal.
Adrian Belew plays the
Roland V Drum Pro Kit.
Trey Gunn's touch guitars
are made exclusively by Mark Warr of Warr Guitars.
Guided by Fripp's dark
musical aesthetic, and beautifully anchored by Belew's surprising
prowess on the V-Drums, the group presents some 80 minutes of
stirring, incredibly cohesive improvisation.... Under The
The odd metered grooves
recall 70's Miles Davis; occasionally there are echoes of the sound
of Jungle. Aswithany improvisation, the voyage meanders but often
the music flies spectacularly.... MOJO
Refreshing to hear Fripp
sound like a guitarist once again.... The WIRE
A jumpy herky-jerky pop
jamboree.... The New Haven Advocate
An oddball odyssey of
electronic sounds.... Washington Post
KC a mother-in-law might like -- and so should you!
From Joe P of Snohomish, Washington on 10/25/2008.
Let it be music
From Paul Engle of Phoenix, Arizona on 6/19/2006.
Earthbound for modern ears.
From Finbar Conlon of Toronto, Ontario on 5/19/2006.
Grows On You
From Joseph McFarland of Manassas, Virginia on 12/23/2004.
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