Written by Djordje
If Tony can get confused in Krakow, so can I in Prague!
End of June in Prague was a series of highs for me. Daughter's graduation, 57th birthday, King Crimson live. WOW! I knew all the stuff that King Crimson, in whichever guise (but always founded on Fripp), played. I knew everything that you have played that night. Yet, I knew none of it. It was different. It was new. It was hair raising and goose pimples on all the LTIAs. It was the best Starless that I have ever heard. Thank you for playing three! Never mind when the music had been conceived, it lives on and grows. Happy 49. Hope we all last long enough to see and hear you live again!!! With better sound next time, but no, I did not mind one bit!!!
Written by Shlomo Polonsky
Crushed & Happy
Hi, DGM! Shlomo Polonsky, 44, jewish, normal, father of four, Russia. That was my second time at The Court. The first was two years ago at the same venue, for Prague is the nearest city to see the band if you live in Moscow. What can I say... Oh yes, I can say. I came to here not King Crimson, but MY King Crimson. With the years their music became true friend for me. It has started long time ago and I don't remember and can't explain why - and it's on and on, as the long friendship goes and grows alongside with you. With me. What can I say... During the intermission i honestly couldn't understand where to get enough force for the second part - I was completely happy for that moment. But I did, I found, I went). What can I say... LTIA 1 & 2. Moonchild. Islands. Bolero. Indiscipline. Level 5. Very interesting Easy Money. Starless. Thank you very much. And Mazl Tov, Mr. Levin! And cheers Mr. Fripp - for beeing very much human and devoted, and for love sprinkles in Toyah's tea (or cofee, don't remember)
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