A Few More Standout Moments
If the previous reviews have not convinced you, let me persuade you further. Lady of the Dancing Water is sublime, especially in contrast to the bombastic jamming that precedes it. Also of note in the second Bearings, just before the Prince Rupert solo, Fripp gives just a hint of the lick from LTIA Part I. Finally, the Devil's Triangle is fantastic, with Peter Sinfield's electronic contributions making Holst's allusions to war very explicit. The tape runs out very near the end of the climax, as if the falling bombs we hear have indeed wiped out the place. This show is definitely supporting evidence as to why this version of the live King Crimson is one of my favorites.