The shuddering bowed bass and wheeling flute offer a contrast between darkness and light as they hover for a moment in space. When Tony, Mel and Jakko play the main theme, this Fripp composition comes briefly into sharp focus before drifting away on the Threshold Bells motif. Preceded by Easy Money and followed by The Letters, Interlude offers a moment of balance if you like, the calm between the storms.
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Interlude
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Written by George F Leaman
I enjoyed the show very much. there were some major problems with the mix
I enjoyed the show very much. I wanted to mention that there were some major problems with the mix. The drums and base were far too loud, and often it was very difficult to hear the horn player and the two guitarists. Even Robert's lead line in Heros for example, was a strain to hear. Having said this, i was smiling and grooving throughout the show and wished that i could have come back the following night.But I have just bought tickets for both shows in NYC for this coming November!
Written by Alan Shabot
A perfect show!
Somewhere I read that the latest incarnation of Crimson is "predictable" as if it were a bad thing. I had been looking forward to this show for a long time and I built up huge expectations for it, which can be a big mistake. No mistake here! The performance was everything I hoped for and more. And yes, it was predictable; every note in place, every tap of a symbol in place, delightfully predictable indeed. It was a very generous show (3hrs.+ with a 20 min. intermission and the sound at the Count Basie was better than I've ever heard it before. Easily one of the top 10 concert experiences of my life, and there have been hundreds. I'm going back tonight and so should you!
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