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Red
06:51
Written by Kevin Holm-Hudson
What a fearsome roar!
The mighty Crim bring forth RED in its hugest version yet. Mel adds moments of airiness and light. Four drummers massively on point. Love it, love it, love it! Thank you so much for sharing these ticklers from the tour for those who cannot attend because of distance/finances.
Written by JOSE LUIS FERNANDEZ DE VELASCO GONZALEZ
Dear Mr. Fripp, thank you for existing
In the last forty years I have often heard "Red". The incredible thing is that it never sounds the same. PLEASE. We are waiting for you in Spain.
Written by Art Campo
Amazing
Don't really know where to start. I've been going to shows on and off since 6-25-73. This was by far the most varied and generous show (21 songs) I've been too. From the opening drummers introduction/Neurotica to Schizoid Man there were incredible performances by all. The interplay of the 3 drummers has to be seen to be fully appreciated. Gavin is incredible. Few details were missed including Jeremy Stacey's electric piano adding the Keith Tippett parts to Cirkus. I was rendered speechless by the performance of The Battle of Tears and Prince Rupert's Lament. Then they played Fracture, perhaps the highpoint of the show. A beautiful rendition of Islands. Perhaps Robert states it best: the music of King Crimson reimagined. This was no nostalgia tour or greatest hits review. The old songs are given new life and power. It appears that the set list will vary from night to night. Perfect excuse for another road trip and show!
Written by Kyle Anderson
Smiley Face
What can I say? It was PERFECT! Selfishly, the only thing that would have made it better is if they played another three hours. Better yet, play every studio album they ever made! Believe me, these boys could do it! This is the first time I have seen the three drummers in front, and it was a thrill! (They must practice) When we (the audience) were leaving, the vibe was almost of shell-shock..... Like "What Happened? I heard a couple of "WOW'S" and a couple "Unbelievable's", as we staggered out into the street, heading to our cars, driving straight to Dick's, trying to process what we just saw. No words to describe it, just SO HAPPY! Thank you, Krim!
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