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Written by Dolf Planteijdt
14 March, 2019
Where to buy tickets for Lyon, july 2nd?
Is it possible yet to buy tickets for the concert in Lyon july 2nd? It's the only one in the list without a 'Buy tickets Button' Thanks!

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear Dolf, Im not sure why we haven't got a link to this as yet, but there is this link on line. https://en.concerts-metal.com/concert_-_King_Crimson_-_Magma-66225.html
Written by Danny Anderson
13 March, 2019
Dangerous Curves.
Lying here in my hospital bed listening to the Thrak bamd contemplating how the rhythm trio of the current touring KC band would do with this? Just contemplating...
Written by Steven Fincham
11 March, 2019
Vinyl
Dear Alex, on looking at the inner sleeve from the 1969 - SW vinyl box set, KC albums are advertised with symbols indicating formats, e.g. CD, CD/DVD or Vinyl, it indicates coming vinyl releases for TCOL and TPTB, it also indicates vinyl releases for Beat and Three of a Perfect Pair which is not the case at present, can you shed any light on this Anomaly. thank You. By the way box sets are beautiful and the music sounds amazing.

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear Steven, As you may have seen on the news page yesterday, these are indeed being made available on vinyl.
Written by Christophe Réger
10 March, 2019
Show Juan Les Pins July the 16
Hello, Will King Crimson perform a full show (2 hours) on this date at Juan Les Pins due to the fact that there is a Magma Show on the same evening ? Thanks for your answer.

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear Christophe, Festivals set different criteria for band appearances, and as yet we don't know what the times of the sets are at this festival.
Written by Martin Oosterhuis
08 March, 2019
sorry
sorry Alex. I finally found, albeit via a detour. I couldn’t find it directly in the iTunes store. maybe it’s me. thanks for your attention and have a fun weekend.
Written by Martin Oosterhuis
08 March, 2019
iTunes
why isn’t the new KC50-track on iTunes?

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear Martin, It is https://itunes.apple.com/gb/artist/king-crimson/627204
LATEST REVIEWS
Written by Pál Mihály
Recomended for all fans...
When i've listen to music of King Crimson, i'm always seeking something that send me back in early era. But from a couple o years i don't care that this will never happend again. And if i manage to get through this, i can say, the King Crimson in '00 it's the same what was in '69, '70... Revolutionary, awesome. And this show, like the others in this series, point for this statment.
Written by JIM Bricker
The Mystery Drummer ...
... on all P2 performances is Adrian Belew.
Written by Cameron Devlin
P4 distilled to its best parts, but maybe less exploratory than other evenings
P4 follows possibly their worst set 2 nights previously in Portland with an incredible last gasp(s) at San Fran's 7th Note. It's easy to see why, after listening to all the P4 gigs, why these two evenings were chosen to piece together the "Roar Of P4" Collectors Club release from, with much of it recognisable from this evening in particular. P4 takes all that they have learnt and discovered across the previous 5 nights and delivers it with confidence and ease, an incredible feat given that some of these pieces didn't exist at all at the start of the run. Heavy & Light ConstruKction - which in previous gigs felt leaden and forced - find their feet here to dramatic effect. Seizure has developed into a replicable track and presumably only didn't make it to Crimson proper due to Levin's exit. Perhaps most exciting that is unique to this show is Ghost Part III taking on the themes of ProjeKct One's remarkable 1 ii 4, to significantly less success in my view, but it's fun to hear a new take on this "Trio" level moment of musical synergy, perhaps standing as the ProjeKcts most successful 5 minutes as a whole across all six versions (though I am yet to hear a note of ProjeKct 6). Of all the P4 shows (and I've listened to the following one already to be sure I can say this), this is probably the best overall and gets the only perfect rating of the run. Whilst it doesn't have the sense of discovery that the Richards On Richards show had, it provides at least the 2nd best versions of all of these themes and gives us 12 minutes of extremely solid semi-improv in Ghost Part III. If there's one P4 show to download, this is the one. If there's two, it's this one and the Richards On Richards show. If there's three, it's those two plus the following show at the 7th Note... and if you've downloaded all of those you may as well get the whole tour.
Written by Robert Maiolo
Outside the box
Some of the performances make me almost ask "who are these guys?" The Night Watch was more epic than usual..an amazing Fracture where it sounds like David taunting Robert with his violin. Definitely sounded different from their usual playing. Definitely a fun one!
Written by Brian Gartner
Awesome performance
Intimate show. Great sound and performance. I have pictures!
Written by Robert A Wright-Stasko
Cool Variations
Every show with Crimson is different. Even before they made this a mantra, every song was new, no matter when it was written. That is true in this show. Some examples: there is some fantastic rhythmic interplay between the drummers on Thela Hun Jingeet. SSEDD has a shining vocal performance from Adrian. Tony's Funk Fingers are on fine display on People. Robert and Trey both have excellent solos on The Sheltering Sky that push the piece into some new sonic territory. And Red, well, it comes to full fruition with this particular formation.
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