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New Release Posted: 28 October 2014
22 May 1981    London, London, United Kingdom    May. 22, 1981
Yet another glimpse into the inner workings of Frame By Frame from the Discipline recording sessions in May 1981. By stripping away the principal guitars, DGM engineer, Alex"Stormy" Mundy reveals a fascinating alternative world lurking below the surface of Frame

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Armoury    Wilmington, Delaware    Feb. 11, 1972
Since Crimso last played the States they’d not only parted company with Peter Sinfield but had managed to break-up during their first writing/rehearsal session in January.

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Will Rogers Auditorium    Fort Worth, TX    Oct. 31, 1995
Good Evening. Welcome to the very first show of this King Crimson here in Texas. We have some frightening stuff prepared for you, so hold onto your pumpkins” announces Belew at the start of the
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Elzer Hof    Mainz, Germany    Mar. 30, 1974
Want to hear the best rendition of Doctor Diamond? This is it.
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Konzerthaus Elzerhof    Heidelberg, Germany    Mar. 29, 1974
First released on CD as KCCC 29, the opening improv is akin to a gathering storm that suddenly finds its focus in Dr. Diamond. Almost overwhelmed in the beginning by Bill’s use of the gong, it quickly powers up into
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The Eastowne Theatre    Detroit, MI, USA    Nov. 13, 1971
This is the second of two performances in Detroit on this particular incarnation of Crimson’s first foray into the USA. Writing in the liner notes for KCCC 18 in 2001, Ian Wallace observes “Of all the live concerts of this
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Dome    Brighton, England    Oct. 16, 1971
This concert was originally issued as KCCC 30 in 2004. Writing the liner notes, Ian Wallace, responding to some of the criticism’s made about Boz’s contributions at the time, had this observation to
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Winter Gardens    Bournemouth, England    Oct. 15, 1971
Such is the quality of this bootleg it makes your ears squint. Despite the very best efforts of Mister Stormy’s necromantic rites, there’s not too much of the music that is able to rise up from its sonic
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Public Hall    Preston, England    Oct. 09, 1971
The second night of Crimso’s Autumn tour gets underway with a strong opening with Pictures and Cirkus as knock-out punches. As Formentera gives way to Sailor’s Tale, Fripp unleashes a scalding solo after which, Collins flute solo isn’t quite
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Greyhound    Croydon, England    Sep. 19, 1971
"Totally amazing band" says a happy punter at the very end of this audience recording. Another lovely find from the recesses of the DGM archive thanks to Mister Stormy. Although not pristine audio quality this eminently listenable and previously unavailable
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Hyde Park    London, England    Sep. 04, 1971
Two years after they had last played Hyde Park, a different line-up took to the stage in the London park once again, sandwiched between Formerly Fat Harry, Roy Harper and Jack
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Weeley Festival    Clacton, England    Aug. 28, 1971
Although scheduled to appear at Clacton’s Weeley Festival on Friday 27th August at around 9.00p.m. it wasn’t until midnight that the band took to the stage. Although only these three numbers survive on bootleg, we know they were contracted for
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Marquee    London, England    Aug. 11, 1971
Although it sounds like it’s been recorded from a mic near the bar judging the sound of bottles being opened in the early parts of The Letters, there’s a good vibe to this
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