Disgruntled at having to do a gig in a venue he expressly didn’t want to play, RF is anything but a happy gigster and don’t his mates know it![endtease] “For myself, it is certainly hard trying to play a gig when one of the guys really doesn't want to be there” says Trey. ”I think, as group, we played quite well… But it was definitely a case of going 'up a hill backwards',tonight.” Not surprisingly, there are a couple of tracks that sound distracted; delivered but not as full-on as you might hope for. Nevertheless, there's plenty to keep one happy. A version of Frying Pan, which thanks to the eccentricities of the soundboard mix, sounds like it's being covered by Nirvana; Improv I (excerpted on HC)contains a terrific solo from Adrian who later in the set even whips off a snippet of ITCOTCK; whilst an extremely playful Improv II provides the set-up for Cage; they even sound like they're having fun. Well, almost. “Adrian: What did you think of tonight? Robert: At the moment I'm radically re-evaluating my life as a working musician.”

AUDIO SOURCE: Board Recording

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TRACK
TIME
01
Into The Frying Pan
06:50
02
The ConstruKction Of Light
08:53
03
The World's My Oyster Soup Kitchen Floor Wax Museum
07:57
04
Improv: I
13:49
05
Dinosaur
05:24
06
One Time
05:57
07
Sex Sleep Eat Drink Dream
05:07
08
Improv: II
04:18
09
Cage
05:27
01
ProzaKc Blues
05:47
02
Larks' Tongues In Aspic Pt IV
14:11
03
Three Of A Perfect Pair
03:52
04
The Deception Of The Thrush
10:35
05
VROOOM
07:10
06
Heroes
06:28

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Written by Paul Welsh
Buy it for Improv 1
..alone and your money will be well spent. If Uncle Bobby’s pissed off here it certainly brought some wild soloing out over this rather Ozric Tentacles like hypno -groove. There are indeed some strange moments here though which lead me to only give it 3 stars. 
Written by Michael Hirsh
sound differences
I just downloaded this show tonight. Yes I think it’s wonderful concert. Im interested in this technology... flac vs like a packaged cd that you would buy like from the dgm shop. Like I was comparing the sound between the flac cd I burned and the three cd set that was released in 2000. They both have such a differen’t sound to them it’s hard to put my finger on it. I think the packaged cd’s have more direct technology which gives you more sound details highs and bass. Where the downloads have all that to but I think  it seems to have less bass and highs more like a lower fidelity you can hear in the download recordings. I could be wrong. Anyone else like to elaborate on this. Or am I hearing things
Written by Jonathan Jones
Worth buying
I have kind of resisted buying this or the other 2000 tourdgmlive concerts for quite a while now, largely because I am not too rich at the moment and owning  the Heavy Construktion set already ( which is a great package with loads of improvs and the songs from the tour) , I felt a bit dubious about buying a download with songs i already have.However the intelligent part of me has always desired a complete concert recording from this tour to compliment HC which is a paste together of different shows. I also know that Crimson shows differ nightly so I finally took the plunge and bought the show today and I am glad I did. The comments about the soundboard being excentric are more than apt and i am enjoying very much hearing different nuances in the music. The performance is very good as is the sound quality( love FLAC so much!). I should have known i would not regret this purchase and it has now spurred me on to consider buying releases such as 13th April 1971 ( i own 12th april 1971 already). Too any feeling jaded at the prospect of duplicating songs " they already have" i would say take the plunge as they are sufficiently different to warrant the extra purchase.
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