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    Music Hall    Austin, Texas
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Being none the worse after having been bopped on the bonce by a mystery object during the end of gig applause the previous evening in Fort Worth, the second of three dates in KCís mini-tour of the Lone Star state gets underway with Robertís tasty soundscape wherein heís quickly joined by the rest of the team. Notwithstanding the extra-curricular excursions of Thrak, itís a shame there arenít more of these improvisations in the Double Trio repertoire. ďBuckle your seat beltsĒ says Ade before counting off to a galloping Frame By Frame that flies by the seat of its pants. A great soundboard mix with Pat and Billís work bouncing off each other to great effect, and some of Treyís subtler shadings which were often lost in the sonic melee can be clearly discerned. A High energy show by a band thatís clearly loving being there and who sound as though they donít want to leave at the end!

Disc Number 1
1.  Improv I  [PREVIEW]  2.20
2.  Thela Hun Ginjeet  [PREVIEW]  6.23
3.  Red  [PREVIEW]  6.55
4.  Frame By Frame  [PREVIEW]  5.22
5.  Dinosaur  [PREVIEW]  7.09
6.  One Time  [PREVIEW]  5.54
8.  BBoom  [PREVIEW]  5.12
9.  THRAK  [PREVIEW]  7.09
10.  Neurotica  [PREVIEW]  4.47
11.  Three Of A Perfect Pair  [PREVIEW]  4.43
12.  Sex Sleep Eat Drink Dream  [PREVIEW]  4.54
Disc Number 2
1.  Matte Kudasai  [PREVIEW]  3.45
2.  Improv Two Sticks  [PREVIEW]  2.37
3.  Elephant Talk  [PREVIEW]  4.18
4.  Indiscipline  [PREVIEW]  9.02
5.  VROOOM  [PREVIEW]  3.56
6.  Coda Marine 475  [PREVIEW]  3.03
7.  Walking On Air  [PREVIEW]  6.23
8.  Prism  [PREVIEW]  3.53
9.  The Talking Drum  [PREVIEW]  2.51
10.  Larks Tongues In Aspic Pt II  [PREVIEW]  6.39

All previews are MP3 192kbps

Robert Fripp: guitar, soundscapes
Adrian Belew: guitar, lead vocals
Bill Bruford: Drums and percussion
Tony Levin:Bass and Stick
Pat Mastelotto: drums and percussion
Trey Gunn:Stick


Audio Source: Dat Tape Direct From Soundboard

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Written by dhughes53

I was at this show, but was running late, having worked my way down from Dallas. I saw the show in Fort Worth the night before, and the guy who threw (what looked like to me) a CD case, was sitting right behind me. It struck Robert on top of his head as they were taking their bows, and before I could turn to address this guy, he cowardly slipped away. I was hoping the band could overlook this and play the encore, which they did, and the version of Larks II was absolutely beautiful.

In my haste to get to the Austin venue, after learning the tickets were only being sold there the day of the show, I accelerated across the divided 4-lane road to avoid oncoming traffic into the access road to the Music Hall. It had rained earlier, and there was a large pool of water in the road, nearby where a pedestrian was walking on the sidewalk. I slowed as I hit the puddle to minimize the splash, and stopped I looked over to see if the guy got wet, and to my utter surprise...it was Robert Fripp! I mouthed the words Iím Sorry though my rolled up window, as he looked startled and annoyed at me, likely seeing the "Red" t-shirt in my rear window.

I tried to park quickly so I could catch Robert before he went inside, but was too late. So Robert, if you are reading this, Iím sorry, I didnít purposely try to splash you and thanks for making this show available. I canít wait to relieve that nightís show, it too was wonderful.



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