Tango chords October 26, 2011
Written by casenave
...and you can hear the (very) final chords which are a kind of homage to Tango. Remember that KC reincarnated in Buenos Aires in 1994...
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|remix in title Tue., May 3, 2016|
Posted by: jeremykeens
This is a lovely track, very nicely done. My only suggestion would be that it be identified as Neurotica Stormy Remix or some such, as rather than being a track from the vault like many others it is something which Read more
|Recreation of Brilliance Mon., May 2, 2016|
Posted by: freshlet
Like Heavenly’s superb review, I agree with him 100% about how Crim can be redesigned, recreated, renewed, and brought forth into new and fascinating Read more
|incredible Mon., May 2, 2016|
Posted by: heavenly
love it!!!!this sounds so fresh - it could have been conceived just yesterday. i also love the electronica approach, sth. i also liked in projeKCts III and Read more
|Stellar Wed., Apr 27, 2016|
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.
|Genius Sat., Apr 23, 2016|
Posted by: microbunny
The date on which each were recorded is rendered irrelevant because the underlying emotive impetus behind the separate recorded elements appears to be very similar. They might as well have been in the same room Read more
|FreaKCin' Good! Fri., Apr 22, 2016|
Posted by: ilamfan
More totally great xenochrony! I’d love to have more "liner notes" on this track...f’rinstance, were the separate instruments from songs that we know? alternate takes? just jams? Did the takes just happen to line up nicely as Read more
|Great Job Mr. Stormy Mon., Apr 18, 2016|
Posted by: DouglasBramley
It’s creative ideas like this that makes being a Crim fan so rewarding. A great piece of engineering, sir!
|A BEASTLY MASHUP Mon., Apr 18, 2016|
Posted by: mellowlandings
Proof that the more things change, the more they stay the same. Tippet’s thrashings completely compliment RF’s solo experimentation. The Rhythm Buddies are in their usual tight, fine form making for a fine track that causes one to think what Read more
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