DGM Live
Park West 2nd Performance

Park West 2nd Performance

Once again it's worth pointing out that the nearest thing anybody in the audience at West Park would have had to the LOG would have been the second side of God Save The Queen/Under Heavy Manners LP which had only recently been released. The fast running lines that weave and bob about during Under Heavy Manners and The Zero Of The Signified resemble some of the motifs which bubble to the surface in various LOG tunes. That aside though, the material presented on this tour demonstrated that Fripp had indeed rung the changes from his work with Crimson. However, while the bass and drums may be compacted and more direct in comparison to the more elaborate and discursive pieces which garnered praise for King Crimson, there’s no shortage of inventive and dynamic ideas being road-tested. As reviewer Robin Cook writing about the show correctly observed: “Subtlety was the keyword combined with an interesting use of dissonance which never became cliched." All told, this is a terrific set complete with Sailor's Tale reference on the coda to the final Thrang of the night.

AUDIO SOURCE: Official Bootleg Cassette

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TRACK
TIME
01
RF Introduction
00:30
02
Inductive Resonance
04:51
03
Trap
04:48
04
Heptaparaparshinokh
02:10
05
RF Announcement
00:17
06
Thrang Thrang Gozinbulx III
03:01
07
Boy At Piano
04:08
08
Christian Children Marching Singing
03:38
09
Dislocated
04:39
10
Untitled
01:56
11
Minor Man
03:21
12
Thrang Thrang Gozinbulx II
03:28
13
Farewell Johnny Brill
04:04
14
Eye Needle
04:06
15
Inductive Resonance
04:32
16
Dislocated
04:21
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