A sprightly performance from all parties on this last night at Berkeley.[endtease] As usual Belew makes it sound all too easy whilst the Levin bass demon doesn’t so much play the material as possess it. Here the Beat-era stuff sounds noticeably buoyant and a touch more exuberant than its studio counterpart. Certainly Neil and Jack and Me and a demented Neurotica consume energy like there’s no tomorrow. It’s one thing to be able to make a big noise and play fast. It’s another thing entirely to be able to consistently perform such demanding numbers with this kind of pinpoint accuracy. Exemplary stuff.

This recording was first released as part of the King Crimson Collectors Club but at the wrong pitch. That problem is now corrected.

AUDIO SOURCE: Bootleg Board Recording

DGM AUDIO QUALITY

AVERAGE CUSTOMER RATING

TRACK
TIME
01
Waiting Man
10:03
02
Thela Hun Ginjeet
07:39
03
Red
06:32
04
The Howler
05:09
05
Frame By Frame
05:11
06
Matte Kudasai
03:39
01
The Sheltering Sky
09:37
02
Discipline
05:41
03
Neal and Jack and Me
06:03
04
Neurotica
05:48
05
Elephant Talk
05:35
06
Indiscipline
11:05
Written by Paul J Contos Jr
Where is Sartori in Tangier and Heartbeat?
DGM, I have seen bootleg versions of this show out there that have Heartbeat and Sartori in Tangier as the encore.  Why weren’t these two songs included?  Did no tape exist of these songs?  I am pretty sure a radio broadcast version with these to songs is out there on bootleg.  If someone knows anything about this please explain. thanks Paul
Written by Ferdinand Varsal
Neurotica
More than this an everyone run his life’s
Written by Fabio Riccardi
Music: Great, Speeches : Priceless
- Fabio
Written by Rick Hindman
A great night!
Berkeley’s Greek Theater is one of my favorite venues and I was ecstatic to see KC for the first time there. My favorite memories of the night were, in no particular order:~ The beginning section where the band came out one person at a time as "Waiting Man" built up.~ Adrian raising his pantleg up, exposing his red socks when introducing "Red."~ "Howler" and "Neurotica" were songs I didn’t really appreciate until seeing them performed at this show.~ I had nearly played my copy of "Discipline" to death by this time and all of those songs were absolutely superb!Thanks to every one at DGM for offering this to the public. This was truly a magical evening with four incomparable musicians.Rick
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