I still remember that show October 7, 2009
Written by Zongadude
Thank you for finally releasing the one and only KC show Iíve ever attended. Iíve been waiting for this for 9 years. :)
Ok next step would be a dvd of that show ! I know this has been filmed for the "Bootleg TV" project ;)
One of the best.. September 7, 2009
Written by holmini
..lots of personal memories, because I went to the concert with my father - which is special for me - who accompanied me because of my interest in the concert and his good fathers heart (the other 2 great concerts we were together as father&son - were Union-Chapel VdGG first Reunion/London, and Herbie Hanckock/Frankfurt). My father liked especially 3 of a perfect pair and Adrians voice. As I was not familiar with the material after the double-trio at that time, it was a bit demanding sometimes, but clearly Future music. I especially loved Heroes.
And I am relieved that Robert found the audience at least in parts supportive, I often worried about when reading about all the troubles in Europe shows later ...
My last KC Concert (until now)
Thx September 7, 2009
Written by fhc339835
Thank you for making another show I was attending available for download (after Montreux a couple of weeks ago). The show was really excellent, even the venue is neither comfortable, nor has a good reputation for acoustics in the Frankfurt area.
Albeit LTiA IV is monster, the whole gig is great entertainment - like Munich and Bonn - and is not as polished as the last gigs of the European tour in 2000.
Remark: The journal entry of RF refers to the Bonn gig the night before.
June 7, 2000
Written by Robert Fripp
Pat & Trey have just left. We have been Crim-vibrating over a glass of wine in my room.
The performance: the sound was utterly different to the sound check but, overall, open spaces are better sounding for us than nearly all the venues in Germany. But tonight was cold & the first time when I've wondered whether my fingers are too cold to play "FraKctured". My nose dribbled at one point.
But a good, supportive audience (with punctures) had a good hearted group to play to them. But, as far as we could tell, probably not our best performance.
Witlessness abounds and synapses fail to quite explode. A shower awaits and a new day for Crimsonising. We heard from Richard Chadwick last night that the freight costs of getting our equipment to Australia are prohibitive so, regrettably, we won't be Antipodeanising the Crim following Japan. But we tried. We would have played for nothing, but we can't lose.