Robert Fripp: Head, Heart and Hips
Ian MacDonald, New Musical Express, 25 August 1973
ROBERT FRIPP doesn't give many interviews – which is silly because he's a shrewd, witty, and engrossing man who, when he's not sitting on a stool and running tutored fingers smoothly and rapidly around a gleaming black Les Paul, can be found in many a public place talking the hind legs off donkeys.
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