King Crimson ‎– The Collectable King Crimson Volume One (Live In Mainz, 1974 / Live In Asbury Park, 1974)

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Live In Mainz, 1974
1-1 Improv: The Savage 2:13
1-2 Dr Diamond 5:49
1-3 Improv: Arabica 2:29
1-4 Exiles 7:01
1-5 Improv: Atria 6:15
1-6 The Night Watch 5:08
1-7 Starless 12:27
1-8 Lament 4:20
1-9 Improv: Trio 4:36
1-10 Easy Money 7:51
Live In Asbury Park, 1974
2-1 Walk On ... No Pussyfooting
Written-By – Eno*, Fripp*
0:09
2-2 Larks' Tongues In Aspic: Part II 6:25
2-3 Lament 4:21
2-4 Exiles 7:16
2-5 Asbury Park 11:42
2-6 Easy Money 11:08
2-7 Fracture 11:02
2-8 Starless 15:50
2-9 21st Century Schizoid Man
Written-By – Lake*, McDonald*, Giles*, Sinfield*, Fripp*
9:33

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Compiles King Crimson - Live In Mainz (March 30, 1974) and King Crimson - June 28, 1974 - Casino, Asbury Park, New Jersey, both of which were previously mail-order-only releases.

Back insert:
"The Collectable King Crimson presents a series of concerts drawn from all eras of the band's history from 1969 to the present day.
As the primary consideration is the quality of performance and recordings vary from cleaned up bootleg recordings through to fully professional multi track tapes, each concert in the series identifies the original tape source and a guide to sound quality."

CD 1, Live In Mainz, March 30, 1974:
Drawn from the band's original 2 track stereo soundboard mix - sound quality: Very fine.

CD 2, Live In Asbury Park, June 28, 1974:
Drawn from the original multi track analogue tapes - sound quality: Excellent.

The phonographic copyright in these performances is operated by Discipline Global Mobile on behalf of the artists, with whom it resides, contrary to common practice in the record industry. Discipline accepts no reason for artists to assign the copyright interests in their work to either record company or management by virtue of a "common practice" which was always questionable, often improper, and is now indefensible..
(P)&(C) 2006 Robert Fripp.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 6 33367 50012 0
  • Barcode (Scanned): 0633367500120
  • Label Code: LC 00614
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): WWW.MEDIAMOTION.COM DGM50011 @1
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): WWW.MEDIAMOTION.COM DGM50012 @1

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sionxxii

sionxxii

January 21, 2013

Excellent live recordings.
Highly recommended for the ageing prog-head.