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Written by Eduardo Gonzalo Muntaner
10 August, 2020
Larks' Tongues In Aspic Part IV
If you want to hear something Heavy, listen to this recording, and you will know what Heavy music is, I enjoy it because I have a passion for music, well, greetings to everyone, while listening to this work of art.
Written by Eduardo Gonzalo Muntaner
10 August, 2020
Happy Sunday
Robert, Toyah, thanks for making me smile, I love them.
Written by T C DelBen
09 August, 2020
Audio Diary and Last.fm
Re: Audio Diary 2019 disc - there was an extra slot in one of the gatefolds of the 2014-2018 Audio Diary that is used to house the booklet. The booklet, however, can fit inside one of the gatefolds rather than being kept in its own slot, so would releasing the 2019 disc on its own be considered as an option for those who already purchased the previously released package? My second question is to do with last.fm; has DGM's stance regarding the use of KC album art there remained the same? Would it be possible to use Wikipedia-scale images for the artwork, rather than fully-detailed scans?
Written by Andrew Mather
08 August, 2020
Creative Life...
Confidence eluded me but the intention to remain innocent did not in my teenage years. My innocent years were in practice were elongated and my theory was sound. If I had followed the promptings of those who knew my strengths I may have done better. But now despite difficulties I am I believe where I should be. That gives me faith in my own judgement even though it’s not been the easiest route and may have been better managed. Surely KC has been a response to head, heart and hips and those involved have been fortunate to enjoy the continuing r’n’r’ ride however eclectic it may have been. It is the music that’s the key.
Written by Emory Anderson
07 August, 2020
SACRILEGE!
OK, I’m here to confess my crime. I admit it, OK? So a few days ago I put on LTiA and, uncharacteristically, starting reading a technical article and relegated LTiA to background music. But that’s not the crime. The crime is when a nice song about money came on, I found myself absentmindedly musing, “This singer’s covering Jakko’s part pretty well! No, he doesn’t have the high notes or energy of Jakko but he’s holding his own with that old man-like singing.” This was, of course, John Wetton singing on the original studio recording but I had forgotten. You may throw the rocks now: go ahead, I deserve it.
Written by Andrew Mather
07 August, 2020
Anthony’s wait....
How ironic that when I clicked to open Anthony’s Fracture somebody else had blocked it for copyright reasons. Perhaps 22 years is not enough & they want their slice of pie first. As results time looms large in the U.K. & as I am no judge I award an A* to both Graham & Colin for their perceptions & observations. I think EGM is being ironic, surely T&F’s Sunday Joint/Jaunt was dreadful, but great fun. Thank God KC’s way of doing things allows Fripp to play within it’s amorphous boundaries.
LATEST REVIEWS
Written by Robert
First Show in SA
My second or maybe third concert. I had just turned 13! KC were the opening act with Dr. John and Procol Harem. I was disappointed not to see Jamie Muir and didn't know he had already left the band. Poor Dr. John was in the middle, and for some reason, the audience didn't like him. I thought he was great, but it seems a lot of people were turned off by his glittery costumes. Maybe his music was just too hip for this bunch. Or not prog enough. Procol Harem brought the house down as I recall. Robert 07/30/2020
Written by Jason Ganz
My first crimson show
I've wanted to see King crimson since 2003, and this show didn't disappoint. The atmosphere, the diversity of fans, and the fact the band brought their a-game. Hearing old favorites such as starless, mixed with oddballs such as cat food, gave everyone at the show something to enjoy. I wish to see this band again when they tour in 2021... Sadly Coronavirus cancelled 2020.
Written by Dony Andrés Saldivia Morales
Recuerdos de un gran día
king Crimson pertenece al olimpo de los grandes, es el mejor concierto que ha pasado en Chile produciendo una ovacionada presentación, cada asistente de esa noche quedo asombrado por el nivel artistico desplegado en vivo, es por ello que se instala en el olimpo de lo más legendario, con su actitud sencilla plasmada en la interpretación en formato de música clásica condujeron a varias horas sin necesidad de luces, pantallas, solo música rock de camara, rock pesado, rock progresivo, vanguardia, jazz avant garde, interpretando un viaje de cincuenta años, para finalmente expresarse como un ritual en vivo. Los que logramos ir somos afortunados de recibir este puñetazo que quedara marcado siempre en la cara como el concierto de heavy metal más pesado y denso que lograron en nuestros oidos, de verdad creo que esos 15 minuto finales con Schizoid Man hablaron por si solo. El haber presenciado un concierto muy distinto con sus tres baterias con una presición fuera de serie nos dejaron a todos hipnotizados, los recuerdo con nostalgia este momento historico que me transporto a lo mas infinito de lo nuestro y en lo emotivo, lo vi en todos los fanaticos veteranos genuinamente asombrados y emocionados donde se logro en forma nostalgica ver el efecto anestesiante con las premisas tan simples de comprometer al publico en sus temas donde solo la ejecución fue el eje, con siete instrumentistas aportando con detalle y sonido, en definitiva un viaje que fue algo memorable en mi vida.
Written by Dony Andrés Saldivia Morales
Recuerdos de un gran día
king Crimson pertenece al olimpo de los grandes, es el mejor concierto que ha pasado en Chile produciendo una ovacionada presentación, cada asistente de esa noche quedo asombrado por el nivel artistico desplegado en vivo, es por ello que se instala en el olimpo de lo más legendario, con su actitud sencilla plasmada en la interpretación en formato de música clásica condujeron a varias horas sin necesidad de luces, pantallas, solo música rock de camara, rock pesado, rock progresivo, vanguardia, jazz avant garde, interpretando un viaje de cincuenta años, para finalmente expresarse como un ritual en vivo. Los que logramos ir somos afortunados de recibir este puñetazo que quedara marcado siempre en la cara como el concierto de heavy metal más pesado y denso que lograron en nuestros oidos, de verdad creo que esos 15 minuto finales con Schizoid Man hablaron por si solo. El haber presenciado un concierto muy distinto con sus tres baterias con una presición fuera de serie nos dejaron a todos hipnotizados, los recuerdo con nostalgia este momento historico que me transporto a lo mas infinito de lo nuestro y en lo emotivo, lo vi en todos los fanaticos veteranos genuinamente asombrados y emocionados donde se logro en forma nostalgica ver el efecto anestesiante con las premisas tan simples de comprometer al publico en sus temas donde solo la ejecución fue el eje, con siete instrumentistas aportando con detalle y sonido, en definitiva un viaje que fue algo memorable en mi vida.
Written by Yuliang Zheng
This is the reason I joined the club
I must say this is THE track! Excellent audio quality, this trio really deserves more and more! And don't miss the whole MR STORMYS MONDAY SELECTION VOL.5
Written by Máté Takáts
Wonderful Pieces, but Entire concert would be nice...
Is there any chance that the entire concert will be made available in the futurem It was a Kickass Setlist, and I don't care that Jacko's voice became a bit hoarse by the end! It was an amazing night!
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