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King Crimson


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3.01 | 21 ratings

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2 stars One of the questions that are to be answered when listening to a King Crimson Collectors Club cd is "how is the sound quality?". Well, on this one it is not perfect but OK. The most important question is of course how good was the performance. Again it is good, but nothing remarkable. On the first half of the cd the solo spots are mainly for Mel Collins and on the second half it is mainly Robert Fripp, although The Sailor's Tale ends with the obligatory drum solo. When you want to experience Crimson in 1972 I would suggest the album "Live in Orlando" (the performance took place one day after this performance) or the album "Live at Summit Studios".
Agemo | 2/5 |


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