St Denis Theatre

Now on their third North American date, and these boys are absolutely on fire right from the first snare roll. After the gentle caress of One Time comes the bulldozer of Red with some sprightly percussive dialogue between Mastelotto and Bruford, in what is surely one of the most forceful performances of this track. That energy keeps going throughout a superb B’boom and THRAK which variously involves pixelated choirs, ricocheting xylophone, arching ambient streaks, guitar chords in a blender, frenzied piano and explosive breakbeats.

Remarkably this mayhem abuts onto a delicate and beautifully orchestrated Heartbeat, so carefully and sensitively rendered here. Also worth listening out for ahead of a lively cover Pierre Favre’s Prism is Bill Bruford flexing his French to an appreciative Montreal crowd. At the end of the show, all six members of the band stood and reciprocated with a heartfelt bow. Without a doubt, an excellent gig.
TRACK
TIME
01
Coda Marine 475
03:03
02
Frame By Frame
05:25
03
Dinosaur
07:09
04
One Time
05:49
05
Red
06:33
06
BBoom
05:43
07
THRAK
06:12
08
Heartbeat
04:00
09
Sex,Sleep,Eat,Drink,Dream
04:52
10
People
06:17
11
VROOOM VROOOM
05:04
12
Improv 2 Sticks
01:46
13
Elephant Talk
04:26
14
Indiscipline
08:21
15
Announcement
01:05
16
Prism
02:26
17
The Talking Drum
03:21
18
Larks' Tongues In Aspic Part Two
07:47
19
VROOOM
03:58
20
Coda Marine 475
03:04
21
Walking On Air
08:57

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