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21 February 1973    London, London, UK    Feb. 21, 1973
Larks’ Tongues In Aspic Part 2 was always a piledriver of a track but what’s interesting with this stripped down version, is just how powerful the thing is even without Bill Bruford’s drumming and Jamie Muir’s metallic

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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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On This Day 1982
The Pier    New York, NY    Aug. 01, 1982
A run of classic shows from the group continues with this first night at The Pier. Taken from an audience recording, the power of the group is impeccable even if the sonics from this open air show leave something to
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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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Marquee    London, England    Aug. 09, 1971
It’s very relaxed-sounding King Crimson that returns to the legendary London venue that they first played in 1969. Fripp recounts talking to ex-John Mayall and Fleetwod Mac guitarist Peter Green in the bar at the
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City Hall    Sheffield, England    May. 29, 1971
Sourced from a venerable audience recording, it’s just possible to make out that Crimso are turning in a varied performance despite the gnarly sonics. Mel Collins’ sax work on Pictures and Sailors Tale continues to
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Town Hall    Birmingham, England    May. 22, 1971
For an opening number, Pictures Of A City is performed in a remarkably relaxed fashion. Indeed there are moments where the band de-construct the piece almost to the point of
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The Guild Hall    Plymouth, England    May. 11, 1971
Seventeen months after KC last played the UK, Boz, Mel, Ian and Robert took to the stage of Plymouth’s Guildhall.
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City Hall    Sheffield, England    Oct. 19, 1971
This very clear and extremely listenable audience recording has the band in fine form in Sheffield. Cirkus has a somewhat eerie beginning with Wallace hissing out the title of the piece over Sinfield’s VCS3-generated
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Massey Hall    Toronto, Ontario, Canada    Nov. 11, 1971
An often fuzzy and at times indistinct audience recording captures Crimson as it embarks on the second date of its North American campaign and what would prove to be Peter Sinfield’s last tour with the
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Academy Of Music    New York, NY    Nov. 24, 1971
“Ladies and gentlemen you see before you a phenomenon which is interesting if not rare; it’s a mellotron which has just broken down.” Eight gigs into the North American tour and Fripp’s mellotron has given up the ghost forcing
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Marquee    London, England    Aug. 10, 1971
Arguably the greatest find in Mister Stormy’s trawl through the Crimson archives: uncovering a previously unheard set on the second night at the band’s stint at The Marquee. Having only had the fairly grim-sounding bootleg to go on, it’s wonderful
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St. Peter's Church    Newlyn, Cornwall, UK    Dec. 06, 1997
Having just finished four nights at London’s Jazz Cafe with ProjeKct One, Fripp travelled to Newlyn Church to perform a benefit concert for the Shallal Dance Theatre. Part-concert and part-sound installation, we hear the slow, careful construction of the
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