Robert Fripp / Exposure

Upon settling in New York City’s Hell’s Kitchen during the punk zeitgeist of 1977, Robert Fripp commenced to commandeering several seminal sides including Daryl Hall’s Sacred Songs, Peter Gabriel’s sophomore slab, and The Roches bow. Robert’s watershed solo debut included contributions from all the above referenced, with Tony Levin in the bass chair. Traversing pop, experimental, prog, and hard rock, Tony flexes his harmonic and rhythmic chops throughout – always in the service of the song -  especially on the title track.