Bijou Cafe 1st Performance
“This is a place for legs to snap. . . like whipcords,” explains Robert to a fresh crowd. Having traveled in from Holiday Inn to the Bijou, the quartet are obviously keen to get into the groove. So keen in fact, that Johnny Toobad keeps belting out the beat a fraction after his bandmates have come to a decisive stop. The usually jaunty Heptaparaparshinokh also has a slightly racy edge to it though this seems to be running out of steam a little toward the end. As if to compensate, the ensuing roar from Fripp’s guitar on Thrang Thrang Gozibulx reenergises both band and crowd - especially the crowd whose fervent yelling threatens to compete. After a rocking version of Dislocated in which Barry Andrews flays his Crumar organ, a clearly psyched up crowd respond sensitively to the down-tempo introspection of the short track called Prelude but listed here as Untitled. After the brief respite, the band begins the climb back up with a thumping Minor Man in which the crisp exchanges between Fripp and Andrews are as sharp as a razor.

AUDIO SOURCE: Official Bootleg Cassette

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TRACK
TIME
01
RF Introduction
00:19
02
Inductive Resonance
05:07
03
Trap
04:44
04
Heptaparaparshinokh
02:14
05
RF Announcement
00:16
06
Thrang Thrang Gozinbulx III
02:44
07
Boy At Piano
03:36
08
Christian Children Marching Singing
04:06
09
Dislocated
04:53
10
Untitled
02:00
11
Minor Man
03:28
12
Thrang Thrang Gozinbulx II
03:28
13
Ooh Mr Fripp
04:48
14
Farewell Johnny Brill
04:09
15
Eye Needle
03:40
16
Inductive Resonance
10:32
17
Thrang Thrang Gozinbulx II
04:42
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