Robert Fripp Leaked David Bowie Album Secret

(Classic Rock) Everyone who was asked to be involved in David Bowie's comeback album The Next Day kept the project a secret except Robert Fripp, says producer Tony Visconti.

The King Crimson mastermind, who collaborated with Bowie in the late 1970s, decided not to take part in the new recording sessions, then wrote about it online.

But Visconti says the move didn't blow the secret because no one took Fripp seriously. Visconti tells Rolling Stone, "Robert Fripp was asked to play on it. He didn't want to do it and then wrote on his blog that he was asked.

"It was a little flurry for a few days but everyone said, 'How could that be true? We haven't heard it from anyone else.'" Read more about the leak and more.

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