DGM Live

The Pier

“Thank you very much. Continuing on at this moment we’d like to do some more music from our very yellow record,” says Adrian Belew straight after a powerful reading of Industry. It’s possible that some in the audience with long memories might have been reminded of Mars an earlier Crimson epic with a similarly dark and unforgiving feel as Industry.

Any witless wondering such as this will have been mown down by Dig Me which veers between disturbing angularity and caustic experimentation through to a brightly-lit poppy swagger that embodies the excessive/accessible dichotomy referred to on Three Of A Perfect Pair’s cover art.

Tony’s introduction to Sartori In Tangier clearly whets the appetite of an already lively audience. As Bruford and Belew indulge in some double drumming, Fripp’s banshee squeal of a solo proves incendiary as does Belew’s skydiving swoops and soaring skimming off the propulsive groove of Waiting Man.

This is great sounding audience recording and with a truly barnstorming Sleepless taken at a rattling pace and an especially trippy and cosmic rendition of The Sheltering Sky hovering over the outdoor venue the Crims are on astonishingly strong form here a mere eleven gigs away from their dissolution in Montreal.

Please note that there’s a jump cut to mono during Elephant Talk which was on the original bootleg tape. This has been cleaned up as far as it can be by DGM’s Alex Mundy.
TRACK
TIME
01
Walk On
04:48
02
Larks' Tongues In Aspic Pt III
05:17
03
Thela Hun Ginjeet
06:19
04
Red
06:01
05
Frame By Frame
03:24
06
Matte Kudasai
03:44
07
Industry
07:13
08
Dig Me
04:08
09
Three Of A Perfect Pair
04:15
10
Indiscipline
09:55
11
Sartori In Tangier
04:57
12
Man With An Open Heart
03:40
13
Waiting Man
06:15
14
Sleepless
06:16
15
Larks' Tongues In Aspic Pt II
06:45
16
Discipline
04:37
17
Heartbeat
04:13
18
The Sheltering Sky
07:55
19
Elephant Talk
05:25

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