The Light of Day
By November 2009 Jakszyk and Fripp had crafted a series of songs and pieces from those four hours of improvisations ready for Mel Collins to come into Jakko’s studio to add some of his melodic flourishes. This early mix of The Light of Day hails from a CDR of provisional mixes given to Robert for his consideration.
It’s interesting that in his diary for 12th February 2009 Robert observes, “A good day of forward movement, of connection to the emerging future that is beckoning, and occasionally waving. Accompanying this, the sense of a period approaching a natural completion.”