A snappier delivery and some riotous piano playing from Jeremy Stacey’s versatile chops all add up to a powerful, concise reading of a KC classic that’s been on the setlist since 1981. Reinvigorated never mind reimagined!
It’s a strange feeling to hear Larks’ Tongues In Aspic Part One opening a concert after an absence of 40 years from...
San Francisco has always had something of an appetite for King Crimson ever since the band’s first appearance in the...
Whenever the opening chord of this song emerges, although your unlikely to hear it on any live recording, it’s often...