Venturing Unto Joy Pt1

This track was one of Stormy's Monday selections. It is currently unavailable, but will be part of his next bumper collection. His sixth year of treasures from the murky, cavernous DGM archives, is now available for download.

Well, here we are. A bit of King Crimson 2014. One should always be wary of coming to judgement about anything based upon a clip that lasts less than a minute and a half but, but, but... Taken from the rehearsals in Elstree Studios, this snippet has four of the seven-piece Crimso clearly enjoying themselves. There’s a wealth of back and forth interplay detail between Mastelotto, Reiflin and Harrison and of course Levin and Fripp not only grab the lapels but go straight for the jugular. Oh, never mind about the rush to judgement: this is King Crimson and they’re on fiery form!

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After this clip went live Gavin Harrison took and listen and said "Hang on, that's Pat Mastelotto on drums as well!" Apologies to Pat for airbrushing him out of this particular hot tickle moment of Crimson. The notes have been amended to reflect Pat's contribution.

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Venturing Unto Joy Pt I
01:14
Written by Rick Whitehurst
Allright
I liked this allright. Hope to hear more at the final Seattles show in October. Cant make an honest review from this short clip. But I wonder if Ades guitar playing has influenced and bent Roberts sound a bit?
Written by Andy Ayer
Mr. Oxygen Posts
Vibrant display of talent. If others don’t get the innovative hard rock jazz fusion they should just fade away...What does one say, "heard it before...Red 2736 or Larks 456...Why keep coming back to hear it then? Fade Away....
Written by Shane Whitehead
this sounds great
Cannot wait for the Chicago show!
Written by Paul Shuck
excited
excited, see you in Philly. Anything from the same space (KC) is where i want to hear from. no matter the title. looks to be a formidable line-up...again :)
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