King Crimson USA Fall Tour 2017
Written by Charles Orr
Crimson changes things
So this was my fifth time seeing Crim 2017: Chicago, Austin, Dallas, Albany x2. Each show was special and unique, but a common feature to all is the ongoing resonance and the sense that the world has changed. For example, the way I listen to music has shifted and stuff I've been listening to for decades sounds new and fresh - I'm hearing it differently. And even more deeply, I'm experiencing a sense of gratitude. If Crim 2017 is possible (it is - I was there!), and if I can plug into it simply by being present and sensitive, what a miraculous gift to apply to everything else in my life! This is supposed to be a review of the second night at the Egg. So I'll conclude with: It rocked!
Written by Joseph Marchesa
Great Show, but...
The sound during the first set was very muddled. Going into the second set it got better as it went on. It seems Fripp was not happy, and there were adjustments being made, which did improve things. The band as a whole seems to be having fun on stage, especially Mel Collins addition of various TV and movie quotes during his solo sections. The guys were killing it, just wish the sound was better balanced.
Written by Edward Skawinski
Thank you for two wonderful nights at the Egg!
What an incredible experience! My 11-year old (with ear plugs of course) was in his glory as he heard his favorite Crimson songs: "Cirkus" (!) and "Court of the Crimson King." His delight was wonderful to me. Too many highlights to mention but I will mention some anyway: an epic version of "Pictures of a City;" "Larks I" > "Larks II" was beyond belief; "Starless" transcends expectations every time; every member of the band was on fire. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
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