Coolbeans. Can't say i'm that familiar with Rob's solo work, but I absolutely adore me some King Crimson. Looking forward to giving that a listen.
Speaking of i$e, i'm supposed to have a new retrospective review done by the end of the weekend for his new website (might be a few days delay due to having errands to run). The album i'm doing is Morcheeba's Big Calm. You should give it a listen if you're into 90's trip-hop with a funk/soul/folk fusion. Had it on rotation this week, it still holds up great today.
Its probably closer to his album with Eno than KC.
Cool, that Morcheeba album is a blast from the past, think I have it in a box of stuff in my folks house, years since Ive heard it, due a rediscovery.
Thought i would fit in with the "normal Pleb" category quite easily and it seems i do to a certain point.
I'll give anything a listen if it's recommended and my Itunes holds music from Pink Floyd to Skrillex. Luckily i don't pigeon hole myself into only liking one genre and don't dress to inform the public of what my musical tastes are.
I've been wanting to purchase a wall mounted turntable recently and buy some vinyl albums of bands and artists i like, Bob Dylan and The Killers are on the list so far. I get fed up listening to music through earphones.
I am all over the board with my tastes in music. I listen to heavy metal, old school R&B, country, blues, classic rock, classical, jazz...all over. I can go from Public Enemy to Brad Paisley, from Bonnie Raitt to Mozart, from John Lee Hooker to Slayer.