A wonderfully up-close-and-in-room earful of Levin and Bruford conjuring up a kind of space-jazz that would make up the spine of Requiem during the recording of Beat.

This track is available for download as part of a bumper collection of Mr Stormy's Monday Selections. His fifth year of treasures from the murky, cavernous DGM archives, is now available for download.

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Requiem Bass And Drums
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Written by Dan Buxbaum
New KC compilation album: 'The Guitarless King Crimson'
Following The Young Person’s Guide To King Crimson, The Abbreviated King Crimson, The Compact King Crimson and The Concise King Crimson, the newest KC comp is an mp3 DIY collection, The Guitarless King Crimson, featuring only the drum and bass tracks (with the occasional vocal) derived from ’Mr. Stormy’s Monday Selections’ of "Hot Tickles". Tracks include (so far):1) The Great Deceiver2) Thela Hun Ginjeet3) Discipline4) Requiem(and whatever other aural isolated-drums-and-bass-tracks delicacies that Mr. Mundy decides to share in the future!)
Written by Dan Buxbaum
master(s) in the moment
What really needs to be said: just listen to a master drummer in the moment--playing improvisatory and intuitively while at the same time reacting to Tony Levin’s bass (fretless?) underpinnings (who in turn, reacts to the percussive eruptions). Bill Bruford on an acoustic drum kit, summoning his jazz lineage tutelage: a deft, agile, touch and approach, aligned with distinctively sounding, well-tuned drums. The initial musical instrument was the heartbeat. Jazz is rhythm.
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