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 out of 5 stars5 out of 5 stars5 out of 5 stars5 out of 5 stars5 out of 5 stars5 out of 5 stars6 out of 5 starsTango 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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Fan Review
Of Stick And Slit Drum   Tue., Mar 19, 2013
Posted by: syncopatico
Iíd recognize that 17/16 pattern anywhere! Wonderful to hear *just* the "rhythm section" especially the modulation in the second half of the piece when Bill switches the percussion from the more genteel slit drum accents to the heavier boobams, rototoms Read more

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Frippertronics meets Soundscpe   Sun., Mar 17, 2013
Posted by: jeremykeens
One of the many pleasures of this site is finally hearing the 1980s Frippertronics concerts: we had bought GSTQ, UHM and heard the loops & read that there were solos over Read more

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A Testament to George Chkiantz   Thu., Mar 14, 2013
Posted by: syncopatico
Whenever I hear recorded evidence of King Crimson in 1973/74 Iím reminded of the superb audio recording/engineering talent(s) of George Chkiantz! Each instrument can be heard clearly in the overall mix: the guitar occupying its proper space, a full Read more

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More please...   Wed., Mar 13, 2013
Posted by: jeffoaster
Judging by this performance and the Atlanta one the following week, Crimso were really on fire at this point - moreso than usual. While the sound quality isnít pristine and has some occasional dropouts, it is certainly listenable Read more

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Do yourself a favour   Sun., Mar 10, 2013
Posted by: jeremykeens
The title of this review is Australian Rock Music Press ikon Molly Meldrumís signature phrase. And you would be mad not to buy all four of these shows for a mere $20 (or a bit more for Read more

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   London, London, United Kingdom   January 07, 1974
Posted by: johnnypro
this heals my soul Read more

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Lovely   Sat., Mar 9, 2013
Posted by: myshadow
Now we have around five minutes of music from Starless And Bible Black, and these ístudiesí are lovely.  I too, am amazed these werenít added to the 40th anniversary edition.  I know, often artists feel that the final takes are Read more

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Last show? Miniature perfect   Sat., Mar 9, 2013
Posted by: jeremykeens
This is the last soundscape available, and for that reason (mainly) I bought it. It would make sense to have these three Japan shows available as a set: they are relatively short compared to some other ones that are Read more

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Immensely beautiful   Wed., Mar 6, 2013
Posted by: orrason
A real gem this one. Outstandingly beautiful, I wish more of these ... Read more

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Breathtaking   Tue., Mar 5, 2013
Posted by: microbunny
This should have been part of the 40th Anniversary release. Astoundingly beautiful to hear it stripped down like this... Read more

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