DGM Live

Admiralspalast Berlin Germany

Several listeners have marveled at how well some older KC material fits the current line-up, as though it were always waiting for this group of individuals to come along and play.
David Singleton, touring with band, in a recent communiqué noted “During this track, Robert had the sense that for the very first time, Crimson were playing their music in their complete form. As if previously, this had been orchestral music played on a piano or a sinfonietta, and now it was finally being played by a full symphony orchestra.”

First half

Tuning Up
Hell Hounds
LTIA (straight in)
Pictures Of A City
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Cirkus
Fracture
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Letters
Radical 1 > Meltdown
Easy Money
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Epitaph
Red

Second half

Devil Dogs
Dawn Song > Radical 2
Level 5
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ITCOTCK
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TCOL
Suitable Grounds
Talking Drum
LTIA 2
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Starless
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Encores
Bell Hassle
Heroes
21st Schizoid

AUDIO SOURCE: Soundboard

DGM AUDIO QUALITY

AVERAGE CUSTOMER RATING

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TIME
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Level Five
06:46
Written by Mark Hawling
Definitely one of the best reinterpretations by this lineup. The arrangement just goes into turbo for the last few minutes.. sax and drums just pushing it over the edge.Interesting hearing a "flatter" sounding board recording rather than the mix on the new release. Here the drums don’t leap out as much losing some of the three drummer conversation, but gaining in just the instrumental punch from the others.
Written by Le Henanff Pascal
Please some complete shows
Written by Chris Spataro
Without any doubt, I can consider the show of the 11th in Berlin as my favorite concert of all the time.The super-concentration/presence of all the musician was clear.I was glad and honored to be part of the odiens.Superior acoustic, I was pretty far but everything, even the bass/stick of Tony Levin was so clear and trasparent, I didn’t missed neither a sigle note.Thanks
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