When the Crimson boys came to Orlando a certain drummer caught the eye and ear of ET eyewitness Ne13 who waxed thus: “bill bruford was simply the most amazing presence i have ever seen behind a drum kit. one thing i noticed about his drumming style - it's all in the wrist for him and lower arms. (not unlike dan marino) the reason he gets off his attack with such speed is his ability to just flick those wrists with such power... bill bruford, my friend, is a devastating drummer whose equal i now know i have never seen. put aside the telpathic communication with mastoletto, put aside the demon snippets he constantly laid down in front of us. what truly astonished me was the way these two drummers would be building up greater and greater ferocity, each one's solos ebbing and flowing like the tide... the mind boggles i tell you... air beats, double/triple/quadruple timing the beat, playing ahead and behind the beat, crunching the beat with mastoletto right down on top of levin's throbbing bass lines, filling the space and yet leaving space for everyone.... miraculoso...” Part of the improvisation in Thrak found its way onto This Night Wounds Time on THRaKaTTaK
TRACK
TIME
01
Conundrum
01:28
02
Thela Hun Ginjeet
06:36
03
Red
06:28
04
Frame By Frame
05:19
05
Dinosaur
07:09
06
One Time
05:58
07
VROOOM VROOOM
04:54
08
BBoom
03:53
09
THRAK
06:41
10
Neurotica
04:41
01
Three Of A Perfect Pair
04:30
02
Sex Sleep Eat Drink Dream
05:07
03
Improv Two Sticks
02:00
04
Elephant Talk
04:16
05
Indiscipline
08:34
06
VROOOM
03:56
07
Coda Marine 475
02:45
08
Walking On Air
05:05
09
Prism
03:56
10
Larks Tongues In Aspic Pt II
06:13

KC19951109Orlando - albemuth

Written by Scott Clendenin
Orlando
I was at this show. Being introduced to KC very early in my life, I was a bit of a prog snob. There was no such thing back then that I knew of. Therefore, I drove 50 mi by myself to see the show. It was a great experience. I did run into someone I knew, my first girlfriend from junior high who I hadn’t seen since school, and her husband, who I introduced to KC early on. Hah ha ha
Written by Nelson Black
Exactly as Nel3 remembers
I had to comment on this show. As it was my only time to see KC live, coming across the 1995 Orlando concert after years of waiting was a wonderful surprise - and a bit of a shock. What was more shocking was to see an excerpt from my original review to Elephant Talk from 18 years ago. You guys are shameless! Using MY own words to sell this concert to ME. Irony abounds. An quick additional note: aside form the excellent music and my opportunity to see the amazing Bill Bruford, this concert was memorable in two other ways. [1] It was my then teenage son’s first concert and one by which he has measured the quality of many other concerts since. [2] It was first introduction to California Guitar Trio and what was to be the beginning of a long history and friendship with Bert Lams....but that is another story... Thank you for the music, Mr. Fripp - and to you folks at DGM Live for bringing it to us. With warmest regards, Nel3 - Nelson Black
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