Possible future direction for someone else... April 3, 2012
Written by hardhead
I understand the choice to NOT use this piece. It wouldn’t have fit with the general direction the rest of the recording took but it does point in an interesting jazz direction, at least for the overall piece. I can clearly imagine a jazz trio taking this in some beautiful directions.
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| London, London, United Kingdom July 22, 1969|
Posted by: emmapeelfanclub
Greatly enjoyed this little treat. Quite fitting for this time of year. Amazing to hear up close what great harmonies Greg, Ian and Michael had. Thanks for this Mr Read more
|Sensitive Mon., Dec 20, 2010|
Posted by: chess_and_science
This vocal piece reminds me to a lonely place similar to what Soundscapes does.
|Lovely. Mon., Dec 20, 2010|
Posted by: ssmith66
An incidental snippet, a wee bit of history…but what a charming reminder of what a magical band the first Crimso was. Thanks for sharing.
|Thanks! Fri., Dec 17, 2010|
Posted by: Tadream
Thanks for releasing this, I also purchased the tour download Flac’s & Fripp & King Crimson ’82 release’s. I feel like a damn CD pressing plant in Hanover or something.
|Thanxmas!!! Wed., Dec 15, 2010|
Posted by: Sandro
This is great. Just in time to complete the collection. Just few days ago I purchased volume 1 and 2 not expecting the third volume so quick.
A great Christmas present.
|Royal Albert Hall Mon., Dec 13, 2010|
Posted by: keeves
This is a defining King Crimson gig for me, showcasing the amazing double trio delivering an awesome set of powerful epics, Red, Vroom (X2), Larks Two plus some of the better 80’s Read more
| New York, NY July 28, 1981|
Posted by: paulwelsh
this is just stunning
|Brilliant !! Sat., Dec 11, 2010|
Posted by: pinkmilk
This concert is a real pleasure for fans of this incarnation of the band, especially for those people who like me, love the Beat Read more
|Another great work-in-progress recording Sat., Dec 11, 2010|
Posted by: HarrySpade
This is an interesting and enjoyable take on a piece that’s probably overlooked by many listeners. I appreciate these glimpses into the writing/recording process.Thanks for sharing Read more
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