King Crimson is older and smaller, and continues to reinvent its wheel. When a new wheel appears, we stand back and look at it: we have a wheel.
So, perhaps King Crimson isn't getting any Full bio
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|House of Blues
Oct. 28, 2003|
The second night of the double duo’s final tour shows things are a little creaky. After a confident build during Dangerous Curves, Level Five falters badly at the beginning with the guitarists in places they probably didn’t want to be
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|12th & Porter
May. 19, 2000|
“Thanks for coming to the world premier of most of the notes we know...and a few we don’t” quips Belew after the Double Duo take to the stage for the first of four nights in the intimate confines of Nashville’s
|On This Day
Nov. 23, 2001|
One of the delights of Dangerous Curves is the way Mastelotto constantly seasons the percussion with sampled voices. If you listen carefully you can hear Fripp's stage announcement at Denver about the dancing lady swirling in the
|Robert Fripp's Diary
Wed., Nov 19, 2003|
Hotel Quite Acceptable, Mexico City.
A creative act is unsettling.
11.26 Starbucks Opposite Hotel Quite Acceptable, Mexico City.
The current music-user standard for downloaded music is Read more
|Olympia Paris, France
June 25, 2000|
OF THE once pioneering bands of English progressive rock, King Crimson
are the great survivors. While Yes, Genesis and the Moody Blues long ago
gave up musical adventures for the gentler pastures of Radio Read more
|Teatro Smeraldo Milan, Italy
June 20, 2003|
Posted by: DocBobster
The “double-duo” Crimson format was very good on the 2001 tour, but they were devastating on the 2003 tour. There were fewer free impovs 2nd time around, but the Power to Believe material was a lot Read more