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The Elements Tour Box 2018

The Elements Tour Box 2018 by King Crimson
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King Crimson

Label: DGM Live
Released: 2018
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Track Listing

Disc 1: Wind (Extract); The Court of the Crimson King (Instrumental edit section) ; The Court of the Crimson King (Live 2015); Groon (Take 6) ; Cirkus (Live 2017); Formentera Lady (Live 1972); Larks' Tongues In Aspic Part I (Live 2016); Doctor Diamond (Live 1973); Red (Live 2016); Discipline (Jakko Jakszyk/Gavin Harrison Demo recording); Neurotica (Live 2017); Funky Jam; The Errors (Jakko Jakszyk, Tony Levin & Gavin Harrison Demo recording); Larks' Tongues In Aspic Part IV (Guitars highlighted from original album multi-tracks) ; Heroes (Radio Edit). Disc 2: Deception of The Thrush (Robert Fripp: Guitar/Soundscape extract); A Scarcity of Miracles (Live 2015); Prelude: Song of the Gulls (Rehearsal Take); Cadence & Cascade (studio recording, Vocal overdub: Jakko Jakszyk); Book of Saturday (Alt. take); Dawn Song (studio recording, Vocal overdub: Jakko Jakszyk); Interlude (Live 2017); Matte Kudasai (Live 1984); Spenta's Counter Claim (Live 2016); The Night Watch (Extract, elements highlighted from original album multi-tracks); Walking on Air (Live 1995); Peace (Live 2015); Islands (Live 2017); Starless (Extract, element highlighted from original album multi-tracks); Deception of The Thrush (Live 1999); I Talk to the Wind (Original album recording sessions).


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