For me, this concert, along with a Miles Davis concert a year or so previous, changed how I approached live music, and in some ways even how I listened to music on record. They were tight and loose at the same time, fun yet serious about their task. Adrian was understandably unhappy at his technical problems, but because of it we were treated to the Frippertronics piece. The laugh you hear at the beginning was in response to Fripp pointing to his head after an audience member let out a loud yell. I will add that Adrian takes an unscheduled solo during 'Heartbeat'--it was then Robert who had lost sound. This group always responded well to club crowds (check out the recently added Toad's date from '82). I would have seen them anywhere, but I was very fortunate that they played First Avenue (the club the 'Purple Rain' music scenes were filmed at). I will admit that I have owned the bootleg of this show for quite some time, and have been surprised that it was not included as the sound is better than some from '84 that have been up for quite awhile. I thought perhaps it was because of the equipment problems. I'm glad that now everyone can hear it.