|| October 23, 1973
|| Apollo Glasgow, Scotland
Live at the Apollo December 21, 2006
Written by mjboyce
Best live renditions of Larks Tongue in Aspic material that Iíve heard, particularly Larks Tongue Part 1, Talking Drum and Larks Tongue Part 2. I do prefer, however, the guitar solo in the Jesery (Asbury Park) version of Easy Money. Nevertheless, I was actually excited listening to this material live, and I do believe that is a great accomplishment considering the details of the studio version.
This whole recording is exceptional, really. The only weak point for me, and it is still an acceptable performance, is of Fracture. I have not yet been more satisfied by any recording apart from the one of the Starless and Bible Black release.
The other versions Iíve heard have been interesting, but never gut renchingly brilliant as that performance with its over-dubs. Those over dubs colour aspects of the early sections in a way that make them more exciting, and the ending was and is always something that makes my mind feel like itís going explode in somatic orgasmic glory.
I like David Crossís playing on this recording a lot.
The jams are interesting.
I find the audiance applause at the end before the encore a bit tedious.
The small excerpt from Cadence and Cascade is lovely, and great indeed to hear Catfood.
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| Various, Various March 23, 1973|
Posted by: chakadad
Great stuff. Very kind of Robert and the staff to make these available as a free download. A wonderful piece of Crimson history.
By the way, is it just me or does the female voice on the Read more
|A Great Start! Mon., Oct 1, 2007|
Posted by: emmapeelfanclub
These ads are a terrific way to begin what Iím certain will be a fascinating series. Such ads like these seem to be a lost form of art in Read more
|a wild ride, this one! Fri., Sep 21, 2007|
Posted by: cuicawrangler
Iím still marveling at how many times this version of Starless seems to will itself back from the brink of disaster. Wettonís particularly "rubberbandy" bass is a real treat. One of my favorite Deceivers as Read more
|Augsburg Thu., Sep 20, 2007|
Posted by: jhessel
A great show, excellent sound. Thank you for making this available. The only disappointment is the incomplete LTIA. I am so happy to have all this music available. THANK YOU!
|Train song? Tue., Sep 18, 2007|
Posted by: Severance
I enjoy giving Dr. Diamond a listen now and then but can sort of understand why it was abandoned. A reminder maybe of Savoy Browns Hellbound Train.
|Another Truncated Show Mon., Sep 17, 2007|
Posted by: nasmformyzombie
Yet another trucated show from the ladsí tour of Germany in 1974. What exactly do the producers have against the end of these shows? I want my 21st Century Schizoid Read more
|Great Performances!! Sat., Sep 15, 2007|
Posted by: Bassdude007
What a superb show. It seems the German dates on the 1974 tour brought many interesting twists and turns, as well as excellent set lists. This recording is a perfect compliment to the Mainz, and Heidelberg Read more
|Excellent Experience Fri., Aug 17, 2007|
Posted by: CatsFootIronClaw
This is my first download from the DGM Live site and what an easy, smooth, enjoyable process and experience it was. So easy to join and submit CC info and so easy to download the Read more
|1973 Arlington Texas Fri., May 11, 2007|
Posted by: Typhoon
Absolutely intense. One of the best perfomances I have heard from any line up. Davidís Viola/Violin is much more promenant than any other recording I have heard.
|My First Of Many Downloads Here!!! Fri., May 4, 2007|
Posted by: Catfoody
First of all I must thank Robert Fripp most sincerely for the creation of this amazing website and for the offering of equally amazing live shows to download; I wish more musicians would offer the same Read more
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