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Official Bootleg: Live in Chicago, June 28th, 2017

Official Bootleg: Live in Chicago, June 28th, 2017 by King Crimson buy album

King Crimson

Label: DGM Live
Released: 2017
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Track Listing

CD1: Intro: Scape Bells; Larks’ Tongues In Aspic, Part One; Neurotica; The Errors; Cirkus; The Lizard Suite: a) Dawn Song, b) Last Skirmish, c) Prince Rupert’s Lament; Fallen Angel; Larks’ Tongues In Aspic, Part Two; Islands ; Pictures of a City. CD2: Indiscipline; The ConstruKction of Light; Easy Money; The Letters; Interlude; Meltdown; Radical Action II; Level Five; Starless; Heroes; 21st Century Schizoid Man.

Personnel

King Crimson
King Crimson

band/orchestra

Additional Personnel / Information

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


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