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PostPosted: Sat Dec 13, 2014 6:15 pm 
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Good eye, King Crimson guy...

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 14, 2014 7:12 am 
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^ I copied and pasted from setlist.fm They do that to all bands setlists. I didn't notice 'til now. Oh well. Cat's out of the bag...


Oh yeah, I recognized that--I should have clarified that I was calling them silly and not you.


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coevad wrote:
^ I copied and pasted from setlist.fm They do that to all bands setlists. I didn't notice 'til now. Oh well. Cat's out of the bag...


Oh yeah, I recognized that--I should have clarified that I was calling them silly and not you.

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coevad wrote:
^ I copied and pasted from setlist.fm They do that to all bands setlists. I didn't notice 'til now. Oh well. Cat's out of the bag...


Oh yeah, I recognized that--I should have clarified that I was calling them silly and not you.

I concur.

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 27, 2015 10:21 am 
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Finally got this on the iPod. A wonderful recording!

1. "Monk Morph Chamber Music" (Walk On) (Mel Collins, Robert Fripp, Tony Levin) 2:34
2. "One More Red Nightmare" (Fripp, John Wetton) 6:07
3. "Banshee Legs Bell Hassle" (Gavin Harrison) 1:40
4. "The ConstruKction of Light" (Adrian Belew, Fripp, Trey Gunn, Pat Mastelotto) 6:32
5. "The Letters" (Fripp, Pete Sinfield) 4:57
6. "Sailor's Tale" (Fripp) 6:51
7. "Starless" (Bill Bruford, David Cross, Fripp, Richard Palmer-James, Wetton) 12:15


I know that 'Starless' is from the night I attended. They did not play OMRN at the second show. Now I can hear it anytime :)

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Finally got this on the iPod. A wonderful recording!

1. "Monk Morph Chamber Music" (Walk On) (Mel Collins, Robert Fripp, Tony Levin) 2:34
2. "One More Red Nightmare" (Fripp, John Wetton) 6:07
3. "Banshee Legs Bell Hassle" (Gavin Harrison) 1:40
4. "The ConstruKction of Light" (Adrian Belew, Fripp, Trey Gunn, Pat Mastelotto) 6:32
5. "The Letters" (Fripp, Pete Sinfield) 4:57
6. "Sailor's Tale" (Fripp) 6:51
7. "Starless" (Bill Bruford, David Cross, Fripp, Richard Palmer-James, Wetton) 12:15


I know that 'Starless' is from the night I attended. They did not play OMRN at the second show. Now I can hear it anytime :)

Enjoy the shows, UK.

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Canada is getting some shows this fall. They should tack on more US dates, too.

King Crimson 2015 dates and venues
please note tickets go on sale Friday 22nd May

Fri 13 Nov Quebec, QC Palais Montcalm
Sat 14 Nov Quebec, QC Palais Montcalm
Mon 16 Nov Montreal, ON Theatre St. Denis
Tue 17 Nov Montreal, ON Theatre St. Denis
Thu 19 Nov Toronto, ON Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Fri 20 Nov Toronto, ON Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Tue 24 Nov Calgary, AB Jack Singer Concert Hall
Thu 26 Nov Vancouver, BC Vogue Theatre
Fri 27 Nov Vancouver, BC Vogue Theatre
Sun 29 Nov Victoria, BC Royal Theatre

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Awesome, glad they're still rolling.
Hoping a Buffalo show gets added in November. UB Center For The Arts would be the likely venue. First US show of the '95 tour was played there. Saw 'em there fall '01, Level 5 tour.


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Level 5 tour kicked ass! John Paul Jones opening too.

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PostPosted: Tue May 19, 2015 7:30 pm 
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coevad wrote:
Canada is getting some shows this fall. They should tack on more US dates, too.

King Crimson 2015 dates and venues
please note tickets go on sale Friday 22nd May

Fri 13 Nov Quebec, QC Palais Montcalm
Sat 14 Nov Quebec, QC Palais Montcalm
Mon 16 Nov Montreal, ON Theatre St. Denis
Tue 17 Nov Montreal, ON Theatre St. Denis
Thu 19 Nov Toronto, ON Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Fri 20 Nov Toronto, ON Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Tue 24 Nov Calgary, AB Jack Singer Concert Hall
Thu 26 Nov Vancouver, BC Vogue Theatre
Fri 27 Nov Vancouver, BC Vogue Theatre
Sun 29 Nov Victoria, BC Royal Theatre


Cool.

It's kind of surprising that their Canadian demand is higher than it was in 2003. But then again, it's been that long, so it's kind of not that surprising. Still, since Vancouver is getting two shows (and it looks like TO will get a 3rd show on the 21st), they both won't sell-out. I'm not a huge fan but I'd like to see them live, especially since I haven't yet. I'll probably only buy a face value seat if there's a Canucks game or another major event in town that night. Otherwise, I know I'll probably be able to score a below cost seat from scalpers right before showtime and end up saving about $30-$40...

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I wish I could see them in Victoria!

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Some friends and I are thinking about making the trek to Quebec city.

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Rehearsal pic. Looks like they've got the cyclops guy on the kick drums.

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Please tell me there are some Pa.... dates as well....

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A message from Robert

https://youtu.be/RY6lE9G6lb4

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Here is Pat Mastelotto telling us about percussion textures he uses on the latest King Crimson Tour.

https://youtu.be/A2JH3CPr6CI

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A few months ago, Pat Mastelotto And Tobias Ralph (Adrian Belew's drummer) put out an album called ToPaRaMa.

It's good music for shaking the dust loose from your neighbor's ceiling fans... :P

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I sure hope they tour the US again.

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I'm glad they're wearing suits and ties, otherwise I wouldn't take their music seriously. Songs like 21st Century Schizoid Man, Easy Money and One More Red Nightmare don't work without formal wear.

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It's superb news.

Even just as amazing are the incredible amount of 40th anniversary editions of the albums being released. CD and DVD-Audio releases of the classic King Crimson albums in up to 24bit/192KHz sampling of master tapes and masterings.

Even even more incredible are the superb mega-box sets of King Crimson albums like Starless and Bible Black for example. A 27 DISC box set featuring a plethora of unreleased, live and high definition with surround sound mixes of the material from that time to complement the album on CD, DVD-Audio and Bluray discs. Incredible.

Check out this awesomeness: https://www.burningshed.com/store/kingcrimson/

Here's hoping such a box set or 2 could be put together for Frank Zappa and Dweezil Zappa's works one day.


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