In 1979, Robert Fripp released his first Solo Album, "Exposure". Originally conceived as part of a trilogy along with Daryl Hall's album Sacred Songs and Peter Gabriel's second solo album (both of which Fripp produced), but problems with their respective record companies (the story of my life!) pushed the three albums' release dates around enough that it would be irresponsible to call them a trilogy.
The album itself is a bizarre (even by Fripp's standards) mixture of styles, ranging from AOR to punk to more "traditional" Fripp-style instrumentals. Its content is heavily influenced by the mystical philosophy of G.I. Gurdjieff, and recordings of Gurdjieff's foremost pupil, John Bennett, are interwoven with the music in several places on the album.
The track list is as follows:
1. Preface (Fripp)
2. You Burn Me Up I'm A Cigarette (Fripp/Hall)
3. Breathless (Fripp)
4. Disengage (Fripp/Hammill/Walton)
5. North Star (Fripp/Hall/Walton)
6. Chicago (Fripp/Hall/Walton)
7. NY3 (Fripp)
1. Exposure (Fripp/Gabriel)
2. Häaden Two (Fripp)
3. Urban Landscape (Fripp)
4. I May Not Have Had Enough Of Me But I've Had Enough Of You (Fripp/Walton)
5. First Inaugural Address To The I.A.C.E. Sherborne House (Bennett)
6. Water Music I (Fripp/Bennett)
7. Here Comes The Flood (Gabriel)
8. Water Music II (Fripp)
9. Postscript (Fripp)
Further information can be found at the Elephant Talk website, www.elephant-talk.com/, which has a wonderful webpage chock full of information about the album, and has plenty of other webpages about Fripp's other projects, from King Crimson to his soundscapes.