Sun Plaza Hall Sendai Japan

Please note that the entire proceeds of this download will be donated to the Japanese Red Cross Society


The band are clearly having fun all the way through this lively concert 10 days into the Japanese tour. There are more than a few bumps here and there such as a bucking bronco version of Vrooom that occasionally threatens to unseat the players especially through a fairly indeterminate Fairy Fingers section; and there’s a hilarious moment after a cracking version of Indiscipline where the some of the group’s reading of the set-list is at variance with the others! Such entertaining false starts aside, it’s wholly a confident Frame By Frame takes up the slack encountered during the preceding Red, almost stealing the show from under everything else. An unusually rhythmic improv section during Thrak is worthwhile exploring as RF’s laser-beam lines score and hit the mark.

From these happier times in Sendai, our thoughts go out to all those affected by the Japanese earthquake.

AUDIO SOURCE: Dat Soundboard

DGM AUDIO QUALITY

AVERAGE CUSTOMER RATING

TRACK
TIME
01
Circular Improv
02:20
02
Thela Hun Ginjeet
06:15
03
Red
06:16
04
Frame By Frame
05:14
05
Dinosaur
07:09
06
One Time
05:52
07
VROOOM VROOOM
05:02
08
BBOOM
06:41
09
THRAK
05:45
10
Walking On Air
04:55
01
Neurotica
05:03
02
Sex Sleep Eat Drink Dream
04:57
03
Improv Two Sticks
02:26
04
Elephant Talk
04:08
05
Indiscipline
08:39
06
VROOOM
04:05
07
Coda Marine 475
03:06
08
People
07:45
09
Larks Tongues In Aspic Pt II
06:40
Written by Frank Hadlich
Guitar mix Trey
Great gig, I like this the most of the row of the Japan gigs in 95 available so far. My special attention went with the guitar mix, especially Trey is very well listenable here. Some flaws during the gig, but very vivid performance.
Written by Stan Powers
Wish I Was There!
The Double Trio is my favorite inkCarnation - arguably one of the finest bands ever - this blistering batch of well worn socks will surely be enjoyed by fans of all stripes. 5 Star Audio Quality. All proceeds assisting Japan makes this offering all the sweeter. Domo Arigato, King Crimson.
Written by Kevin O'Sullivan
Sendai Sun Plaza
Good on you DGM for providing this altruistic opportunity to help those in Japan. A brave and resourceful people - the scale of their misfortune is hard to imagine. Proud to be a KC fan right now.
Written by Jon Shaw
Great set and great cause
There seems to be a bubbling enthusiasm throughout the set, T Lev positively bouncing out those notes during Thela before Bobby Willcox comes to the fore and it’s a welcome addition to my double-trio collection. Glad to try in some small way to help out those in greater need. Thanks to the DGM team for organising this.
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