With a riotous solo on duck call, Ian Wallace shows that seditious goings on in KC were around long before Jamie Muir clicked his pistachio nuts together. [endtease] With members of the group Patto in the crowd at the Zoom jolly japes are definitely in the air. Getting in on the act Sinfield puts his joystick about a bit with some mind-blowing or potentially fuse-blowing, bleeps, bloopers and grate-rattling rumbles. Though the band are clearly a little distracted by the company, Get Thy Bearings has Mel Collins fire up some of his most ferocious to date. There are honourable “renderings” (as Boz might describe them) of Cirkus and Pictures. Elsewhere a slightly stolid Schizoid Man is rescued by a succinctly searing sustain solo from RF.
The abrupt beginning of Cirkus is due to a late tape start.
TRACK
TIME
01
Cirkus*
07:21
02
Get Thy Bearings
13:48
03
In The Court Of The Crimson King
08:15
04
21st Century Schizoid Man
08:44
05
Pictures Of A City*
08:22
06
The Sailors Tale
14:02
07
Cadence And Cascade
05:17
08
The Devil's Triangle
09:11

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BROWSE SHOWS WITH PHOTOS

Written by Robert A Wright-Stasko
Best ITCOTCK Ever
If you're considering buying one of these first four shows from 1971, go ahead and spring for the whole bundle. Get this show for ITCOTCK alone. The silky tones of Boz's voice, the contrast of Ian's drums in the verses versus the chorus, the dancing flute and eerie Melotron from Mel, and the foreboding fretwork from Fripp add up to what is my favorite all time recording of this song. Not even the bit of feedback in the middle can detract from the mood; it only enhances the sense of dread the song evokes. Yet there is an underlying joy to it, as of the group is simply enjoying the act of playing music together.
Written by Jonathan Jones
Another Good Zoom
Another good Zoom club show and worth buying. I think these zoom shows would make a good mainstream  box set release to sit next to the epitaph set.However the first night , for me , is the best show of these four downloads.
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