These recordings are taken from DAT recordings of the
front-of-house mixing desk during the KC tour of Japan and the USA
during October and November 1995. The FOH sound mixer is George
Glossop, who has been with KC since 1981. Soundboard mixes are not
necessarily representative of what an audience might hear, but they
might present refreshingly different perspectives.
Music by King Crimson,
arranged by David Singleton.
A Ton Prob Presentation by
Robert Fripp & David Singleton for King Crimson
Sleeve design: ƒÆ’¡ƒ”š‚©
Bill Smith Studio, London. Cover Photography: Steve Jennings
Burning House Photography:Tony Levin who owns the copyright in his
As powerful a collision
between Improv and avant rock as you're likely to hear, Thrakattak
is King Crimson's finest hour.... The Wire
A visceral treat, a
document of amazing technical might and telepathic precision.
Crimson don't just fuckaround; they fuck you up with sustained
invention.... Rolling Stone
This is ambient music for
giants. Some passages are barely audible, others threaten to
separate headsfromshoulders - all are probably best approached
after a stomach-settling glass of milk.... Q
A gruelling 57 minutes of
non-structured sound.... Total Guitar
God. This is it....
We'll Let You Know
From Jake Reid of Upper Saddle River, New Jersey on 5/22/2006.
From Yorkshire lad of Barnsley, England on 3/9/2006.
Is this music?
From Anonymous of Memphis, Tennessee on 7/10/2005.
Ocena : 9 - Absolutnie wspania³y i porywaj±cy album.
From Tobiasz 'Anorak' Koprowski of Wroclaw 3, Poland on 1/5/2005.
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