Robert Fripp - God Save The Queen / Under Heavy Manners download mp3 album
God Save the Queen/Under Heavy Manners is the second solo album by Robert Fripp, released on the Polydor Records label in 1980 (US catalogue no. PD-1-6266). The album largely consists of Frippertronics, with much of the work being performed by improvisation. On the Under Heavy Manners side of the album, the effect was modified in what Fripp described as "Discotronics", adding a solid drum beat and bass line to create a dancier sound.
Initial copies included a (Fripp photo + liner notes) innersleeve and a postcard (Robert Fripp sitting on his stool, performing Frippertronics). Label/cat appear on sleeve as: E'G Records Deluxe EG LP 105. Compiled at the Hit Factory, New York. Matrix, Runout (Side 1): EGLP 105A // 1 ∇ ESTR STRAWBERRY.
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Band Name Robert Fripp. Album Name Under heavy manners, God save the Queen. Music StyleProgressive Rock. Members owning this album2. 1. 2. The Zero of the Signified. 4. God Save the Queen. Other productions from Robert Fripp. A Temple In The Clouds.
Despite the double title, this is a single album consisting of five examples of "Frippertronics," Fripp's word for his instrumental tape loop experiments, some also called "Discotronics" to indicate more of a rhythmic impulse. Talking Head David Byrne sings the words to "Under Heavy Manners," most of which consist of words ending in the suffix "ism.
Fripp conceptually considered the Frippertronics of God Save the Queen and the Discotronics-based Under Heavy Manners as two independent pieces contained within one album, leading to the duality of the album's title, and the album's sides being designated as "Side A" and "Side One" .
God Save the Queen" Track Info. Written By Robert Fripp. Release Date January 1, 1980. God Save the Queen, Under Heavy Manners Robert Fripp. God Save the Queen Lyrics. About Genius Contributor Guidelines Press Advertise Event Space.
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|God Save The Queen|
|A1||Red Two Scorer||6:54|
|A2||God Save The Queen||9:50|
|Under Heavy Manners|
|B1||Under Heavy Manners
Vocals – Absalm el HabibWords By – Robert Fripp
|B2||The Zero Of The Signified||12:38|
- Copyright (c) – E.G. Music, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – E.G. Records Ltd.
- Marketed By – Polydor Incorporated
- Manufactured By – Polydor Incorporated
- Distributed By – Polygram Distribution Inc.
- Published By – E.G. Music, Inc.
- Pressed By – PRC Recording Company, Compton, CA
- Copyright (c) – E.G. Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – E.G. Records
- Produced At – The Hit Factory
- Recorded At – Tower Records, Berkeley
- Recorded At – The Bear's Lair
- Recorded At – Calgary Planetarium
- Recorded At – Madame Wong's Cafe
- Bass – Buster Jones* (tracks: B1, B2)
- Design Concept [Sleeve Concept] – Stein*, Fripp*
- Drums – Paul Duskin (tracks: B1, B2)
- Engineer – Ed Sprigg
- Guitar, Electronics [Frippertronics] – Robert Fripp
- Liner Notes – Fripp World H.Q.*
- Other [Hair] – Mary Lou Green
- Photography By [Cover Photo] – Chris Stein
- Photography By [Inner Liner] – Ron Cohen
- Producer – Robert Fripp
- Written-By – Robert Fripp
NotesOne label is printed "SIDE A"
One label is printed "SIDE ONE "
"26" printed on labels indicates this release was pressed at PRC Recording Company, Compton, CA.
© ℗ 1980 E.G. Records
Manufactured and Marketed by Polydor Incorporated
Distributed by Polygram Distribution, Inc.
Printed in U.S.A.
A1 from the afternoon performance at Tower Records, Berkeley, July 30th 1979
A2 & A3 from the evening performance at the Bear's Lair, Berkeley, July 30th 1979
The Frippertronics loop for B1 performed at Calgary Planetarium, August 8th 1979
The Frippertronics loop for B2 at Madame Wong's, Los Angeles, July 25th 1979
Bass, drums and voice added December 1979
Compiled at the Hit Factory, New York
Cover photo by courtesy of The Handlery Motor Inn
260 O'Farrell Street
San Francisco, California
B1 [lyrics] © 1979 E.G. Music Inc. (BMI).
℗ 1980 E.G. Records Ltd.
All songs published by E.G. Music Inc. (BMI)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A etched): PD-1 6266- SIDE A -PRC-C- 2̶ 3-1-1 NEW MUSIC IS NOT A STYLE IT IS A QUALITY
- Matrix / Runout (Side One etched): PD-1-6266-SIDE-1 -PRC-C1-1 ART IS THE CAPACITY TO RE-EXPERIENCE ONE'S INNOCENCE
- Matrix / Runout (Side A on label ): PD-1-6266-A
- Matrix / Runout (Side One on label): PD-1-6266-B
- Pressing Plant ID (Labels): 26
- Rights Society: BMI
- Other (Back cover and labels): 2311 005
|EGLP 105||Robert Fripp||God Save The Queen / Under Heavy Manners (LP, Album)||EG||EGLP 105||UK||1980|
|2302 098||Robert Fripp||God Save The Queen / Under Heavy Manners (LP, Album)||EG, Polydor||2302 098||Germany||1980|
|2311 005||Robert Fripp||God Save The Queen / Under Heavy Manners (LP, Album)||Polygram||2311 005||New Zealand||1980|
|2311 005||Robert Fripp||God Save The Queen / Under Heavy Manners (LP, Album)||Polydor||2311 005||Netherlands||1980|
|2311 005||Robert Fripp||God Save The Queen / Under Heavy Manners (LP, Album)||Polydor||2311 005||Greece||1980|