The only band of its generation, and one of the very few of any period,
to be continually influential and innovative throughout its career, King
Crimson's musical adventure continues. Read more
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Feb. 20, 1998|
Any debut gig can be fraught with all kinds of problems both on and off stage especially when you’re sharing the bill with two other bands but there’s no such problems apparent on this debut
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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.
|On This Day
Apr. 30, 1981|
The smoky, sweaty atmosphere of the tiny club is tangible; the place where Red makes its live debut – seven years after it was first recorded.
|Robert Fripp's Diary
Sun., Mar 6, 2016|
Sunday 6th March, 2016; 14.57
So, what to say?
For much of my professional life, I have spent more time talking about playing than actually playing (not an Read more
|Jazz Cafe London, England
December 01, 1997|
’Since 1992 it has again been possible
to discuss without whispering the music of 1969-1976," writes King
Crimson’s Robert Fripp in the sleeve notes to the recently Read more
|Metropolis Monteal, Quebec, Canada
July 08, 1998|
Posted by: jmiKCred
One word: Excellent or Stellar if you want. I especially liked the acoustic portion of the show with Adrian.
The band is on fire. A must Have.