Another trip into the bowels of the Fulham Palace Road Café. Here we find Mel, Robert and Ian working on a new composition with Fripp guiding the chaps through the changes via his trusty Hohner pianet. However amiable and potentially productive it may have sounded, the untitled piece of Fripp’s was abandoned and has lain unheard for the last 38 years. As far we can tell, the lines from this elegant piece haven’t been recycled into other Crim classics as has been the practice on many other occasions making this little sucker something of a true rarity: a new tune (of sorts) by KC 1970 in the 21st Century.

This track is available for download as part of a bumper collection of Mr Stormy's Monday Selections - his first year of random romps through the murky, cavernous DGM archives, torch in hand, fedora upon his head.

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How Do You See It
04:39
Written by Marcos López García
early ladies of the road?
Well, the first thing that comes to my mind is that this tune progressed towards Ladies Of The Road, as other users noticed. The second thing is how much work and rehearsal should take to this incarnation to get a repertoire and a musical cohesion. I mean i hear a band working from zero. In some cases bands do not begin from zero. I might be wrong... anyway thanks so much for making this available, it makes a lot of sense for this period.
Written by Frederick Chalenor
I would love to hear more from this tape
Well, The Islands band was always my favorite and hearing this snippet of a rehearsal is a tease. Any more Robert, Mel and Ian trio bits laying around???
Written by Gavin Elder
Hmmm
Doesn’t the bit at 1:05 sound a bit like the chorus of Ladies of the Road?
Written by Philip Johnston
Wow, I love these ’fly on the wall’ tracks. Thank you very much for making them available!
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