Crafty fun February 23, 2012
Written by BlackPage
A very cool show at the old Chuy’s in downtown Tempe. Small troop of about approximately 12 Crafties led by Robert. The encores were played outside the venue, first in the courtyard outside the venue, and then directly in back of the venue for a small group of audients that remained. Unplugged obviously, and great fun as we scampered to keep up with them moving around.
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|Intriguing, fierce stuff Thu., Jun 18, 2009|
Posted by: kevred
Regarding the lament about such hot playing by Fripp over a "dull" rhythm section--true, this ain’t Bruford & Wetton, but every combination produces results not available elsewhere. To my ears, the best Crimson-related rhythm sections provide what amounts Read more
|Amazing... as always Sat., Jun 13, 2009|
Posted by: guscir
I think that the projeKcts music is the best of KC since LTIA formation. I already have the ProjeKcts Boxset, and some of the KCCC and DGMlive material. In this release you can feel the work in progress of some Read more
|Wow! Thu., Jun 11, 2009|
Posted by: pete3names
All of the LoG downloads over the past couple of years have been exciting, but this is something else, and quite unique. Made my hair stand up!
|detour Tue., Jun 9, 2009|
Posted by: syncopatico
Too bad some of RF’s most inspired soloing was wasted over such a plodding, dull rhythm section.
|exelente! Thu., Jun 4, 2009|
Posted by: rausch
perfect as we are used...
|Blasting in Detroit Tue., Jun 2, 2009|
Posted by: JPrisco
A bulldozer of energy, grabbing the listener with both hands -- picture a runaway train navigating hairpin turns and you’ve got the idea. Adrian proves as worthy a drummer as he was a guitarist, and Trey Gunn steps out as Read more
|what's essential? Tue., May 26, 2009|
Posted by: alieno
Imho, i think that maybe every single musical excerpt of the entire KC body of work is essential for every KC fan and appreciator ... i remember that I thought exactly the same way back in late 1972 Read more
|Firing up the engines in Argentina Mon., May 25, 2009|
Posted by: JPrisco
What the setlist doesn’t show is that "One Time" through "Elephant Talk" is played without pause, as if one big medley -- very effective. The mix is typically strong on separation, drums and vocals, making it easy to appreciate Pat’s Read more
|An interesting impression Sat., May 23, 2009|
Posted by: desol81
I have this on the CD, and it popped up at a party. One of the women in attendance commented that some of it sounded like a piano going down an elevator Read more
|Waiting Man Tue., May 19, 2009|
Posted by: dbRocks
Before there was The Blue Man Group, there was Bruford, and it takes 3 Blues to come close to 1 Bru.
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