With over 150 gigs under their collective belt this is the last live performance by the Double Trio. What we hear is a band that was undoubtedly tired and feeling the strains of such an intensive and energy-consuming schedule. Bruford has remarked that his last show ever playing under the banner of King Crimson was “played out with packs of ice, and through a fog of painkillers” thanks to a wrist injury he had picked up along the tour. Being professionals they carry off a performance which probably doesn’t count as one of their best but is lifted aloft by an enthusiastic and supportive Philedelphia crowd.

They hurtle through the set like a bunch of cross-country runners desperate to reach the finishing line. In what might well be the quickest version of Indiscipline, Belew delivers the words at breakneck speed, while the haste with which LTIA 2 is dispatched borders on the indecent.

This concert was first released as KCCC38 in 2008.
TRACK
TIME
01
Conundrum
01:32
02
Thela Hun Ginjeet
06:00
03
Red
06:19
04
Dinosaur
06:50
05
One Time
05:55
06
VROOOM VROOOM
04:57
07
Waiting Man
04:32
08
Neurotica
04:34
09
Elephant Talk
04:59
10
The Sheltering Sky
06:52
01
BBoom
05:44
02
THRAK
08:40
03
Sex Sleep Eat Drink Dream
04:47
04
Indiscipline
06:04
05
Larks Tongues In Aspic Pt II
07:01
06
Prism
05:11
07
21st Century Schizoid Man
07:16
08
VROOOM
03:53
09
Coda Marine 475
03:33

KC19960826Philadelphia1 - Thad Kirk

KC19960826Philadelphia2

Written by Zigomar José Espindola
Disc Doble Muito Bom.
Saudade do Bill Bruford, estes dois discos são ótimos, eu tenho os dois KCCC 38. Vale apena adquirir. Ótima qualidade de som. Parabéns ao Doble Trio.
Written by Thomas Schellenberg
Awesome show. Great set. True crimson power coming together on last night of the thrak tour. Was fortunate to walk up to ticket booth two hours before the show and got 3rd row center. It was incredible. Vernon Reed’s band was a cool opening act.
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