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Giles, Giles and Fripp were a quirky late sixties band featuring brothers Michael Giles on drums, Peter Giles on bass guitar, and rounded out by Robert Fripp on guitar.

They released only one album, The Cheerful Insanity of Giles, Giles and Fripp in 1968 by Deram Records.

In 2002 a second release came out, The Brondesbury Tapes, featuring various recordings throughout 1968, with the group augmented by Ian McDonald on saxophone and flute, and Judy Dyble on vocals.

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  • Avatar for Raddi27
    That is a tasty band
  • Avatar for dragonbook
    Corny compositions and bad vocals but otherwise solid musicianship.
  • Avatar for RomanyDagger
    "I would bet my ass that it is Robert speaking that Rodney Toady saga" Yes, he is credited with the "spoken word" bits.
  • Avatar for saltyknuckles
    Featured on SaltyKnuckles ~ Oldies №55 -
  • Avatar for Porculus
    I would bet my ass that it is Robert speaking that Rodney Toady saga
  • Avatar for oltnabrick1
    hahaha this is really good
  • Avatar for JDarling69
    I'd rather have this cover removed than the Crimson ones :(
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  • Avatar for JeffersonBV
    Poor old Rodney Toady
  • Avatar for arcdukes
    he's the one in a million.

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