Jan Kertzscher had been to a couple of other gigs on the German leg of this tour. Here’s what he told his fellow readers on ET at the time. “When I drove into Nuremberg I was highly surprised by the amount of posters all over the city announcing the concert of the year...Although the 2500-seat hall was far from being sold out the audience boiled from minute 1.
Also the sound was much better this time than in Mannheim, at least on the balcony (interesting that when Adrian Belew’s voice was far too high in the mix at the beginning of Dinosaur he gave a quick sign to the sound engineer at the right of the stage, who immediately fixed it)...
Especially good were...Larks Tongues with a good solo from Adrian Belew, THRAK featuring sounds like from a zoo on stage (my neighbor said "I can't stand this", which is a good sign, isn't it?) [and] Prism, the Drum Trio Mastelotto-Bruford-Belew so committed even Pat Mastelotto loses one of his drumsticks.”
To which I’d add the ferocious version of set-closer Indiscipline, with Belew’s opening solo and Fripp’s blasted, splintered chords, is well worthy of your attention also.
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