Discovering where Fripp has just participated on a few tracks, as a guest guitarist.
In 1979 Fripp played on one track at Walter Steding’s self titled album.
Walter was an avant-garde punk violinist, working in the late 70’s early 80’s New York Punk/New Wave scene. Warhol invited Steding to perform at The Factory and they became friends, Walter was later painting assistant to Warhol. But his musical efforts was not leading him to any success, and he seems mostly forgotten today.
While former XTC keyboardist Barry Andrews joined Fripp for his 1980 “The League of Gentlemen” project, Fripp participated on Barry Andrews 1980 single “Rossmore Road” and the B-side “Win A Night Out With A Well Known Paranoiac”. Andrews later formed “Shriekback” with Dave Allen from “Gang of Four” and others.
The Flying Lizards was a late 70’s early 80’s Heavily Experimental Pop/New Wave act, but not a band in the usual sense of the word, The Flying Lizards were more of a brainchild of David Cunningham, a well-respected avant-garde composer, producer, and visual artist. With a single “money” and a first self-titled albums, doing fairly well, The Flying Lizard was signed for another Virgin album, “Fourth Wall”. Fripp participated on two tracks and co-wrote the track “Lost And Found”.