Whiptight, smart and brutal December 25, 2012
Written by DarrylDardenne
The band are on oN ON for this night. The show starts with a 25 minute long soundscape by Mr. Fripp that perhaps should be considered a first set and then the band kicks in. Delicately at first mind you with The Power To Believe 1 but then they bring the hammer DOWN with a devastating version of Level 5. Kudos to Pat Mastelloto for his wild and well played percussion. And they continue from there... What is most interesting about this show besides the aggression and tightness of the songs is KCís willingness and ability to veer away from the standard song arrangements, change things around and still sound as though that was the way the song had always been. Unfortunately there are no improvs in this set, but the playing and power contained within this show make up for any loss of unscripted highwire antics. And the sound is glorious.
WOW October 30, 2012
Written by aborig
if this is KCCC39, itís awesome ... especially Dangerous curves and LTIA4 ...
go ahead ! itís worth it
June 20, 2003
Written by Robert Fripp
Friday Night - Saturday Morning 20/21st. June, 2003;
Hotel Tired But Well Located, Milan.
Very hot today, and this evening.
Soundcheck: a lot of time fine-tuning the drum monitoring. The Sidney Smith, of Toxic Tome notoriety, and John Kimber arrived from England for a Crim Weekend Break, at significantly less cost than had they caught a train to Wales.
Soundscapes: a flash before even the first note. The show was mixed, with a mainly generous audience who seemed to be wilting in the heat. There were flashes at the end, so I left the stage as the photocall got underway.
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