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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|Finally! Wed., Jul 17, 2013|
Posted by: codex75
This is what Iíve been wanting to hear for years! Thanks for issuing this, although I agree with the previous reviewer: Itís cut too short...
|Yeah! Mon., Jul 8, 2013|
Posted by: dwayne
What can I say? Great! But also a pity itís incomplete. I would have loved to hear the isolated guitar parts behind the vocals... Read more
|Fantastic Relaxing Ambiental Soundscapes Thu., Jun 27, 2013|
Posted by: Sergey1
Three intimate, relaxing, light soundscapes from Robert.Truely this music sounds much more close to European chamber music of the late 19th-early 20th century than to prog Read more
|Stormy's right! Wed., Jun 26, 2013|
Posted by: JPrisco
Listening to this tour in order performed, and thereís a distinct "coming together" feeling here. Stormyís adjective "stomping" seems apt for the "THRAK" portion of the show as well. The band responds to the audienceís wild enthusiasm; while "Indiscipline" has Read more
|Stellar Wed., Jun 26, 2013|
Posted by: rikschraag
A great performance. Wonderful interlocking guitars. There are moments when I find myself thinking "Donít stop". And they donít.
| Philadelphia, PA June 29, 1984|
Posted by: eroebuck
"Modern English" opened that night -- a strange double bill if ever there was one, but then, who can you comfortably put next to the Crims? I was still in high school at the time, and while I Read more
|i was there Thu., Jun 20, 2013|
Posted by: frankvil
Inductive rocks: the guitar was played by an android...
|Spine tinglingly good! Thu., Jun 20, 2013|
Posted by: davidfsnyder
Lecture portion: A+. Robert interacts beautifully with an enthusiastic audience and channels the energy well. His explanation of tetrads and triads is practical and useful. He brings in spades his usual good humor; if you donít laugh Read more
|Great ! Wed., Jun 19, 2013|
Posted by: Quentin
I know King Crimson for three years, and I love the 80s period. Here, there is one of the greatest live performance of Discipline, clear and powerful. Thank you Mr Fripp, Mr Belew, Mr Levin and Mr Bruford, Read more
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