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King Crimson: Live in Japan (1995)

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Credited cast:
Adrian Belew ...
Guitar / Lead vocals
Bill Bruford ...
Drums / Percussion
Robert Fripp ...
Guitar / Soundscapes
Trey Gunn ...
Touch Guitar / Backing vocals
Tony Levin ...
Bass / Stick / Backing vocals
Pat Mastelotto ...
Drums / Percussion


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One of the most innovative and inspiring shows ever!
16 March 2003 | by (Atlanta, Georgia, USA) – See all my reviews

This show is a musician's dream! These guys are incredible, and this DVD captures them so well that it is chilling. The band is at the height of their Double Trio lineup (2 guitarists, 2 bassists, 2 drummers), and performs flawlessly. Bruford and Mastelotto play brilliantly together. The jaw-dropping double-bass solos of Trey Gunn and Tony Levin will amaze you. And the mind blowing, awe inspiring playing of guitar virtuosos' Adrian Belew and Robert Fripp is a must-see for any music fan. This concert opened up a whole new world of music for me, and it is guaranteed to do the same for you. Passion, creativity, complexity....on and on. There are double drum-, bass-, and guitar solos (single solos too, don't worry!). Some of the best (and most bizarre) music I have ever heard. Belew's singing and lyricism is extraordinary. Fripp's playing and songwriting is amazing also. For the extras, there are several tracks that have the multi-angle feature, and this is so cool because you can pretty much choose and watch a particular musician for the entire song. Also, it is a 2-sided disc, so it is nice and lengthy. The audio, unfortunately is not 5.1 and has a few problems, but sounds very good anyway, I highly recommend this DVD to any musician, or anyone that wants to see and hear incredible music! I would give it 9.9 out of 10 (and hope that they decide to re-release it eventually in 5.1 DTS or SuperBit).

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