King Crimson ‎– Absent Lovers (Live In Montreal 1984)

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Tracklist

1-1 Entry Of The Crims 6:27
1-2 Larks' Tongues In Aspic (Part III) 5:05
1-3 Thela Hun Ginjeet 7:07
1-4 Red 5:49
1-5 Matte Kudasai 3:45
1-6 Industry 7:31
1-7 Dig Me 3:59
1-8 Three Of A Perfect Pair 4:30
1-9 Indiscipline 8:14
2-1 Sartori In Tangier 4:40
2-2 Frame By Frame 3:57
2-3 Man With An Open Heart 3:44
2-4 Waiting Man 6:26
2-5 Sleepless 6:08
2-6 Larks' Tongues In Aspic (Part II) 7:54
2-7 Discipline 5:04
2-8 Heartbeat 5:15
2-9 Elephant Talk 8:56

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Recorded at The Spectrum, Montreal on Wednesday July 11th, 1984.
Mixed & mastered at DGM, January & February 1998.
Digital Editing by SADiE

Total time: 100 minutes.
Includes a 20-page booklet.
Enhancement (PC & Mac compatible) is a CD-ROM guide to DGM artists and releases.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 33367 98042 7
  • Mastering SID Code (Mirrored - CD 1, CD 2): IFPI LR31
  • Mould SID Code (CD 1, CD 2): ifpi 4B21
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored - CD 1): DGM9804-1 MASTERED BY DOCDATA
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored - CD 2): DGM9804-2 MASTERED BY DOCDATA

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eliks_postindustry

eliks_postindustry

February 10, 2008

What a blast. This show is all they said it was, plus more. Its magic however cannot be comprehended just by looking at the setlist, which in itself is nothing extraordinary - basically the Trilogy songs, plus the routined Red and Larks II - dull, right? Then you'd be even more surprised to hear how clear, enthusiastic, and happy it all sounds together, probably to finish the 1984 tour with a superb last lap. The Fripp-Belew-Levin-Bruford combo proves its uniqueness, talent, engagement, and a good idea for timeless music, although the peculiar taste of the 80's esthetics is more than obvious. The whole show is one big highlight - but only here Indiscipline, Man With An Open Heart, and Matte Kudasai sound particularly well. If you still hesitate to really enjoy 80's Crimson, this is where you stop.