But lyrics and song content belong to the fawmers who wrote them!
prog-rock odd-time-signature fullband guitars guitar-synth chapman-stick progressive-rock instrument
Chris: It wouldn't be FAWM without Cameron and me attempting to emulate a certain band who are celebrating their 50th anniversary this year. And doing so in 11/8, of course.
That is seriously good. So many great sonic details in the arrangement. Works as a tribute, but also very well on its own.
Just when I start getting a bit disoriented the synth part comes in and gives me some artificial gravity boots! 😁 I really like how spirally it gets at 1:31... you know, half way through the song I settled into a nice head-bobbing groove! This is really cool once I stop trying to count it and just follow the flow.
So much Crimsony goodness here.
Fifty years for those guys; blows my mind.
I'm a big fan of odd time signatures, so of course this appeals immensely.
Love the guitar interplay.
Awesome work for sure.
hello i love this thanks.
what's weird is that it reminds me more vaguely of some game music that was inspired by king crimson than it does actual king crimson. 🤔
anyway its good
Oh for Fripp's sake, this is just ridiculously good. Well done!
Glad to see more Stick music on here!
The Fripp guitar synth sound is fantastic.
Wonderful collab, and a great tribute for CK. Couldn't you have tried for a harder time signature? 😀
Very hypnotising, I just got caught in the oddity of the beat and was not really able to do more than processing all the different parts so nicely assembled until the song finished.
Lovely time signature, I worked a bit with for a song that should soon be released for FAWM - the drummer isn't loving it that much though!
Worthy entry, chaps. Solidly in the Crimson space. Added points for the time sig. Melodic and, at the risk of @silvermachine poking me with a sharp stick, I would love to dance to this.
Bloody hell this is not for dancing to. I dont think I could even walk to this. No wonder I used to get stoned and listen to prog rock.
It definitely reaches different parts of the brain than pop or punk music does. It makes me want to do some algebra.
Seriously this is like distilled Prog.
Did you know Pete Sinfield went on to write hits for Bucks Fizz?
Holy time changes Batman! I am loving the snot out of this. Brilliantly executed.