Koseinenkin Kaikan

There are points within the gig where Crimson take on a very different identity. When Fripp, Bruford and Mastelotto team up for B’Boom, Robert’s swirling electronic washes and the galloping drums it creates a hybrid electronica that’s highly intriguing. Fripp was no stranger to such textures, having worked with the likes of The Orb and Future Sound Of London and his own explorations with Radiophonics. Here however, with the frantic interplay of drums it takes on a very different character and there’s a sense that there was more in this direction to explore. The improvisation sections bookended by the crunching Thrak theme offer another facet of the Crimson beast. Brimming with a frenetic array of fierce, acerbic noises, staccato incursions and explosive runs, things are perhaps a little too dense and claustrophobic. Almost certainly what was intended!
TRACK
TIME
01
Circular Improv
01:55
02
VROOOM VROOOM
04:57
03
Frame By Frame
05:13
04
Dinosaur
07:05
05
One Time
05:48
06
Red
06:20
07
BBoom
06:11
08
THRAK
06:20
09
Matte Kudasai
03:53
10
Neurotica
04:51
11
VROOOM
03:59
12
Coda Marine 475
03:08
13
Sex Sleep Eat Drink Dream
04:46
01
People
06:35
02
Three Of A Perfect Pair
04:24
03
Improv Two Sticks
02:39
04
Elephant Talk
04:10
05
Indiscipline
08:29
06
Prism
03:30
07
The Talking Drum
03:14
08
Larks Tongues In Aspic Pt II
07:48
09
Walking On Air
06:30
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Mr Bill. Road Movie filmed in Japan by Tony Levin with soundtrack from their first rehearsal in 1994.

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