What kind of band is it that offers a heart-warming song one minute to follow it with a heart-stopping sonic monster hell-bent on stomping you into the ground? [endtease]Dear reader, the name of the band is King Crimson. Their set-list has always been a celebration of contrasts designed to give as much of bang for the buck as possible whilst still managing to subvert expectations. For example, with hindsight the encore of Heartbeat and LTIA pt2 looks incredibly brave or bloody-minded. Or possibly both. Indiscipline sounds particularly dangerous whilst The Sheltering Sky gives an impressively strong account of itself with some outstanding work from Adrian. There’s a real vivacity on display with this gig that make its inclusion here more than worthwhile.
Be warned however. This is taken from an audience recording and as such the audio quality is about the same as the Moles KCCC release.

AUDIO SOURCE: Bootleg Cassette

DGM AUDIO QUALITY

AVERAGE CUSTOMER RATING

TRACK
TIME
01
Waiting Man
10:08
02
Thela Hun Ginjeet
07:31
03
Red
06:11
04
Matte Kudasai
03:42
05
The Sheltering Sky
11:45
06
Neurotica
06:38
07
Elephant Talk
05:39
08
Indiscipline
12:59
09
Heartbeat
04:36
10
Larks' Tongues In Aspic Pt II
06:40

KC19820829ReggioEmilia - Gianmaria Rizzardi

BROWSE SHOWS WITH PHOTOS

Written by Jonathan Jones
The word "Fun" seems to be the key word in most reviews when describing this release and I can only add to the growing throng of reviews that FUN this concert definately is to listen too. The sond is , of course, lower quality than some other releases  being an audience bootleg, but it is far from being unlistenable. Quite the opposite in fact- this concert has a great vibe and soul IMO. A previous reviwer has added their comments regarding pricing so I feel inclined to add my opinion . For me 12.95USdollars for best quiality possible sound restoration of a bootleg and inclusive booklet is cheap IMO. I remember paying much more than this years ago at record fairs for concert bootlegs, some of which were far worse than this in quiality. Why did I buy them? Because I wanted the concert ,whatever the quality ,pure and simple.
Written by Jose Francisco Correa Caro
Very expensive!!
It’s a bootleg, an audience recording. Is very expensive.
Written by Thomas Cock
good but..
As the item description says, the sound quality here isnt great....Havign said that, I did think it was very good for an audience recording.  Just i do find it very frustrating imagining just how good it could be if the recording was better. But the actual concert itself is great...some nice bits throughtout, and as the other reviews have said, just FUN.
Written by Ferran Nogués
The word is 'fun'
That’s the word: fun. Although the sound is not very good, the instruments are individually very clearly defined in the recording. But most important, the performance is just great and you sense that the band is having fun onstage. One of the very best nights I’ve heard by the 80s line-up. A rave-up.
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