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Brian Eno - 1971-1977: The Man Who Fell To Earth DVD
Review by Gary Hill
The thing about unauthorized documentaries is that they lack access to music and real insider interviews.

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Fripp & Eno - Beyond Even (1992-2006)
Review by Artcle msjtemp
This is a collection of previously unreleased collaborations between Robert Fripp and Brian Eno. As one might imagine the majority of this music is firmly rooted in atmospheric territory.
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Phil Manzanera - Diamondhead
Review by Gary Hill

This is the reissue of the 2000 reissue of Phil Manzanera’s 1976 solo album. 


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Fripp & Eno - Evening Star
Review by Gary Hill

Anyone looking for the powerhouse music that you tend to expect from King Crimson here will be disappointed. This is an atmospheric work, but there is still plenty of Fripp to be found within.


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801 - Live
Review by Gary Hill

What a superstar lineup this one is. Phil Manzanera on guitar. Brian Eno on keyboards.


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Roxy Music - More Than This: The Story of Roxy Music DVD
Review by Gary Hill
I never really followed Roxy Music when they were around. I now wish I had.
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Fripp & Eno - No Pussyfooting
Review by Gary Hill

This is difficult CD to write about. It’s certainly hard to delve deeply into these tracks and describe them. .


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Phil Manzanera - The Music 1972-2008
Review by Gary Hill

Any time a compilation like this is released, fans will debate whether they like the choice of songs included or not. 


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Lou Reed - Tribute DVD Set
Review by G. W. Hill
I guess one could question the motivations and concept here. I mean, Lou Reed died and now this company is repackaging a number of their Reed related DVDs into a three disc box set as a tribute to him.
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