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Two for the price of one here with lave flow of Radical II piling up into LTIA Pt V. With so many sections to be navigated, every listener will have his or her own favourite bit. As far as these ears are concerned it’s when Mel Collins bursts in with that sax solo. Lovely!
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Radical Action II Larks Tongues In Aspic Part V
09:41
Written by Dony Andrés Saldivia Morales
Recuerdos de un gran día
king Crimson pertenece al olimpo de los grandes, es el mejor concierto que ha pasado en Chile produciendo una ovacionada presentación, cada asistente de esa noche quedo asombrado por el nivel artistico desplegado en vivo, es por ello que se instala en el olimpo de lo más legendario, con su actitud sencilla plasmada en la interpretación en formato de música clásica condujeron a varias horas sin necesidad de luces, pantallas, solo música rock de camara, rock pesado, rock progresivo, vanguardia, jazz avant garde, interpretando un viaje de cincuenta años, para finalmente expresarse como un ritual en vivo. Los que logramos ir somos afortunados de recibir este puñetazo que quedara marcado siempre en la cara como el concierto de heavy metal más pesado y denso que lograron en nuestros oidos, de verdad creo que esos 15 minuto finales con Schizoid Man hablaron por si solo. El haber presenciado un concierto muy distinto con sus tres baterias con una presición fuera de serie nos dejaron a todos hipnotizados, los recuerdo con nostalgia este momento historico que me transporto a lo mas infinito de lo nuestro y en lo emotivo, lo vi en todos los fanaticos veteranos genuinamente asombrados y emocionados donde se logro en forma nostalgica ver el efecto anestesiante con las premisas tan simples de comprometer al publico en sus temas donde solo la ejecución fue el eje, con siete instrumentistas aportando con detalle y sonido, en definitiva un viaje que fue algo memorable en mi vida.
Written by Hernan Guerrero
A sonic earthquake before the revolution
Finally sitting to listen to the Great Crim, after three or four times I was in the right country but in the wrong city when you were playing, was already a dream came true. I spent the whole first set unable to discern whether this was real or I was just listening for the umpteenth time your music. But you were there, boy, were you there! The stomping three-drum-sets legs of the newest incarnation of Crim opened the night with a great bang. Then, one by one, you were playing magnificently many of the songs I've grown to. The ConstruKction of Light, Cirkus, Epitaph, Red (God, RED! A girl sitting close by was air-drumming it, while I spent most of the evening moving my fingers to the guitar), Frame by Frame, Larks' Tongues II... I just couldn't believe the first part. Those were the latest versions of those classics, playing in front of us. Then, inevitably, during the second set (somewhat more relaxed, with Cat Food, new versions of Islands -moving- and Indiscipline -visceral and controversial- playing for good) I didn't want the concert to end. I wanted to applaud more to Mel's salutes, when he waved his horns after an exquisite solo, but the music was so tight, it would've ruined the whole (People did applaud beforehand, and I could see the reaction in the Crimsonites' faces) Anyway, when Starless arrived, with the red lights covering the place, I knew I had lived the concert I was waiting for the better part of my life. It was a blast, a delicate bang, with moments of sheer aggression and others of tenderness and grace. The Court of the Crimson King and Schizoid were also great. It was a timeless concert, where music written in the 60's and 70's were as contemporary as the music you make now. Thank you guys, you're the portrait of the committed artist. You rocked Chile to its foundations, at the right moment. Three days later, people started jumping over the subway turnstiles and within a week, the whole country was in flames. Rightly so, if I may add. I hope seeing you again sometime (and somewhere) soon!
Written by Juan Gonzalez
Thanks, the music was the great winner.
I went with the highest expectations, but I never expected a concert such this. It was far beyond my expectations, it was impressive, each one did his part as a fundamental stone in the music, even the public. I still can't believe how great the show was, I'm still kind of shocked. Thank you guys to make us enjoy the music and the experience like never did before.
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