King Crimson ‎– Live In Mainz (March 30, 1974)

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1 Improv: The Savage
Written-By – Bruford*, Cross*, Wetton*, Fripp*
2:12
2 Dr Diamond
Written-By – Bruford*, Cross*, Wetton*, Palmer-James*, Fripp*
5:48
3 Improv: Arabica
Written-By – Bruford*, Cross*, Wetton*, Fripp*
2:29
4 Exiles
Written-By – Cross*, Palmer-James*, Fripp*
7:01
5 Improv: Atria
Written-By – Bruford*, Cross*, Wetton*, Fripp*
6:14
6 The Night Watch
Written-By – Wetton*, Palmer-James*, Fripp*
5:07
7 Starless
Written-By – Bruford*, Cross*, Wetton*, Palmer-James*, Fripp*
12:27
8 Lament
Written-By – Wetton*, Palmer-James*, Fripp*
4:20
9 Improv: Trio
Written-By – Bruford*, Cross*, Wetton*, Fripp*
4:36
10 Easy Money
Written-By – Wetton*, Palmer-James*, Fripp*
7:51

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  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L042
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 7302
  • Matrix / Runout: CLUB15 1:1:1
  • Label Code: LC 00614

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jussumen

jussumen

September 9, 2012
edited over 3 years ago
This is an amazing Live recording. Even today after 3 decades this sound has lost none of it's edge. Nearly completely instrumental you hear long potent heavy on point compositions and improvisation from 4 outstanding musicians that just don't stop building up tension. I saw them in Düsseldorf Rheingoldhalle on the same tour and to this day that was the one concert, that simply freaked me out completely. The interesting part though was how the loud amplified violin, guitar and keyboard sounds rushed over my body invading every cell , sending shockwaves thru my body. So intense I had to leave the auditorium and rest in the foyer, where I still could hear the music just fine. As loud as it was , esp. the violin and guitars melting together into vortexes of raw pressure sucking the skin. Listening to the recordings now I still vividly remember how that felt. The sound quality is superb. The fact early progressive Rock's most competent rhythm section laid the foundation made these high flying dialogues possible. John Wetton & Bill Bruford hit the right notes and build the foundation fo these high charged violin/guitar/mellotron glissandos by David Cross & Robert Fripp..
True Psychedelic !