Palais November 29, 2010
Written by keeves
Robert Fripp’s performance was indeed a little winded by the Roland Guitar Synth this night. There are two tunable distortion synths plus a master tuner which are all rotary operated knobs and therefore very easy to disturb on a dark stage. The GR300 synthesizer is not midi controlled, certainly not in 1982 and my own unit has numerous other eccentricities.
This was also my first KC gig some time after 3 evenings watching the incredible League of Gentlemen - at all of which Mr Fripp was most approachable.
All in, King Crimson played fabulous music, with a slight flounder during Sheltering Sky. I had no regrets over pawning my twelve gear racing bike to afford the ticket.
Now - Albert Hall 1995 is something else again.
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|Free Download: Bill Bruford Radio Interview 9.26.81 Sat., Oct 31, 2009|
Posted by: kernal_clink
Originally, when king crimson reformed it had been discussed that perhaps they will call themselves ’Discipline’. Amazingly, after listening to one of the bands new tracks (edited out), Read more
|Stunning Sun., Oct 25, 2009|
Posted by: discipline
Fabulous, fabulous, fabulous, by my favourite combination of all the ProjeKcts (but only a few whiskers ahead of P4). When can we expect the March 22 gig on DGM Read more
|unfolding. emergent Wed., Oct 21, 2009|
Posted by: leakstev
there’s beauty throughout this recording. it is (despite the geographic placement of its emerging) very pacific sounding. where the frippertronics can be coloured with smears of yellow and shards of red (crimson even), shades of blue abound in this Read more
|l'homme brűlant Mon., Oct 19, 2009|
Posted by: lotusspray
Fine work by both performer and audio engineer. Very much appreciate the original loops which have a power apart from being vehicles for soloing.
|A no-brainer purchase Mon., Oct 19, 2009|
Posted by: jblock
Great sound quality and performance, with some interesting components to every loop. If you have any interest in vintage Fripptronics this is a good place to start (or continue).
| Nagoya, Aichi, Japan November 27, 2006|
Posted by: peter29
There is something different in this set of Soundscapes from Nagoya. Something quite different than in the following shows from Osaka and Tokyo. Even the preceding Churchscapes. Probably it is the mournful tone of Time Stands Still so close in mood to Read more
|Great !!! Mon., Oct 12, 2009|
Posted by: maxtognoni
Fripp + Gunn = Pure Alchemy. The perfect musical
partnership. Ciao Massimo
|I still remember that show Wed., Oct 7, 2009|
Posted by: Zongadude
Thank you for finally releasing the one and only KC show I’ve ever attended. I’ve been waiting for this for 9 years. :)
Ok next step would be a dvd of that show Read more
|Whish I could have been there Mon., Oct 5, 2009|
Posted by: tomten
hearing this recording for the first time let me feel a deep running regret that I read only a few days before that Robert Fripp with almost absolute certainty ruled out any Read more
|Almost perfect Fri., Oct 2, 2009|
Posted by: MichaelCPE
Having not heard Thread, it was a real pleasure to hear Travis & Fripp for the first time. Moonchild is a very pleasant and fun diversion! I have only given this four stars because I felt that Read more
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