the day after independence...King CrimsonAdrian Belew- guitar and vocalsRobert Fripp- guitarTony Levin- bass (Chapman stick)Bill Bruford- (Simmons electronic drums and his familiar traditional drums)Orpheum TheaterBoston Mass.July 5, 1984performance quality: A+ as good as I've heard this edition of the band sound recording quality: B+source: master audience tapelineage: Sony mike (I think an ECM 939, a pretty good one) > Sony D-6 cassette deck (dolby off) > Maxell XLII-S 90 min. cassettes (high bias/EQ) > played on Naka. 125 into soundforge (WAV, remastering) of now dead computer (my ORIGINAL "Bertha" computer of which a few fragments are now "Bertha III"> CD > CD extractor (WAV) > FLAC 6 > torrentially yours. a this and that you are there Crimification production.setlist: disc 1 65:05 1: intro :46 2: lark's tongues in aspic part III 11:24 3: thela hun ginjeet 6:16 4: red 5:52 5: matte kudasai 3:51 6: industry 8:23 7: dig me 3:46 8: three of a perfect pair 4:47 9: indiscipline 11:20 10: sartori in Tangiers 4:54 11: frame by frame 3:40 disc 2 37:00 12: the waiting man 6:31 13: sleepless 6:17 14: lark's tongues in aspic part II 6:07 15: encore break #1 with commentary 2:30 16: discipline 5:15 17: heartbeat 3:52 18: encore break #2 with commentary 2:00 19: elephant talk 4:26comments: The 7/4/84 New Haven concert was recently posted on dime. This is the day afterIndy day, a show I haven't seen among dime's very impressive Crimson collective.Belew likes Boston alot. I will have more of that later with another group asbig as this is, but this is the Crim, the only time I ever made a recording and didn't mess it up. part of it did have a bit of a problem, but only 3 trackshad to be balanced more than the rest so it all sounds pretty fluent,it's an up close recording never posted before that couldn't wait any more.Now being posted on its 24th anniversary.
1984.. a good year for KC. Who could have predicted that they would disband for a ten year period?
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