I’m so curious about the track known as "Zoom." One could assume titled after the venue, but does not have the "Improv:" prefix, yet offers no other information, and is partly improv and partly not. The first part of it sounds like they’ve launched into a song they knew in advance, but the first 6 minutes are instrumental and play with an early version of musical themes in "Lament", without holding to it. Actually the first 5 minutes sound like one song, with a musical bridge of violin into a different song, getting into lyrics in a bluesy song that is somewhat unlike most other KC material of the time, almost like "Crossroads". The closest thing it sounds like overall, by the end, is "One More Red Nightmare." Given this era’s gift for improvisation, it’s possible the first 6 minute were a very good and tight improv that goes into a pre-written song. Then it goes into the Wetton Bass/Scat solo for a while, but it isn’t an improv in its own right, it is a solo taken during the song, which then continues into a sort of jamming-within-song-structure type of improv. Eventually Fripp comes in with his classic Fripp exploratory guitar improv and the band follows at will. Call it an "Improv" from the point of the bass solo/scat if you like, but it’s not a stand-alone improv, it’s really a jam. After that it starts to sound more like improv, but then the bass line from the song picks back up at 19 minutes and they continue to jam further on it, with pieces from what sound like "Doctor Diamond" and/or "One More Right Nightmare." As a whole track, "Zoom"’s first 12-16 minutes basically sound like either 1 or 2 written and rehearsed song(s), with elements of improv in the first 3 minutes and extensive jamming in the middle through to the end. BUT WHAT WAS THAT SONG THOUGH? I thought it could be a "Get Thy Bearings" situation, where they cover a song to use it as a launch pad, but it doesn’t seem so. Does anyone have more info? I don’t have the LTIA BOXSET yet, so I don’t know if this song "Zoom" or anything like it was ever played again. Was it a cover that they all knew that they used to jump into a jam? It seems so odd to play a song so well and never play it again.