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Peace
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Written by mike bernoske
One of the few prog bands cellbrating 50 years whose music is still cutting edge!
I too met KC's music about 46 years ago... My parents borrowed my brother's car for a 3 hour drive to Pa. My brother had left 8 tracks of Court of the Crimson King & ELP's Tarkus in the glove box. My musical world of only AM Radio hits of the late 1960s & early 1970s was shattered with the first song 21st Century Schizoid Man. Although I had to play it at low volume, kudos to Mom & Dad for letting me listen to these first albums of my musical journey & never complaining about how loud we played these & other's in our bedrooms.
Written by Lily-Rie Imoto
How awesome and lovely!
I met KC's music 46 years ago. On those days I was a girl who goes to a high school, I and some friends of mine really loved the music. It had been being relevant in me through my youth. On this time, I really understand that I met the music then for what I am now. It’s quite unexpected that such sense occur to me. The relation between how relevant KC’s music was in me and how relevant it is in me now is like a spiral. On the last show in Fukuoka, I face a drum set from my seat....which is really complicated. As it moving, it begins look like to some small galaxy... Explosions, shooting stars, calms... I’m viewing three galaxies. I’m viewing eight galaxies. I'm feeling vibrations full of the hall. ... Then I’m in the music, experiencing it is exploring itself... How awesome and lovely! But, I don’t think my English is enough to express my impression. Sorry!
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