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Live In Vienna, December 1st, 2016 (UK Edition)

Live In Vienna, December 1st, 2016 (UK Edition) by King Crimson buy album

King Crimson

Label: Panegyric Recordings
Released: 2018
Duration: 03:08:00
Views: 2,271

Track Listing

CD1 (Vienna 2016, Part 1): Walk On: SoundScapes: Monk Morph of the Chamber; Hell Hounds of Krim; Pictures of a City; Dawn Song > Suitable Grounds for the Blues; VROOOM; The ConstruKction of Light; The Court of the Crimson King; The Letters; Sailor’s Tale; Interlude; Radical Action II; Level V. CD2 (Vienna 2016, Part 2): Fairy Dust of the Drumsons; Peace: An End; Circkus; Indiscipline; Epitaph; Easy Money; Devil Dogs of Tessellation Row; Red; Meltdown; Larks’ Tongues in Aspic Part Two; Starless. CD3 (Encores and Expansions): Fracture; Heroes; 21st Century Schizoid Man; Schoenberg Softened His Hat; Ahriman’s Ceaseless Corruptions; Spenta’s Counter Claim.

Personnel

King Crimson
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Additional Personnel / Information

Mel Collins: saxophones, flutes; Robert Fripp: guitar, keyboards; Tony Levin: basses, stick, voice; Pat Mastelotto: drums; Gavin Harrison: drums; Jakko Jakszyk: guitar, voice; Jeremy Stacey: drums, keyboards.


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