Off-Jazz: King Crimson – European Tour, Fall 2016

Robert Fripp: guitar, soundscapes, mellotron, keyboards
Mel Collins: saxophone, flute
Tony Levin: bass guitar, NS upright bass, Chapman Stick, funk fingers, synthesisers, backing vocals
Jakko Jakszyk: lead vocals, guitar, flute
Pat Mastelotto: acoustic and electronic drums, percussion
Gavin Harrison: drums
Jeremy Stacey: drums, keyboards, backing vocals

Live in Europe, September – November 2016

  1. Easy Money (Aylesbury)
  2. Suitable Grounds For The Blues (Aylesbury)
  3. Sailor’s Tale (Aylesbury)
  4. Starless (Stuttgart)
  5. One More Red Nightmare (Stuttgart)
  6. Level Five (Berlin)
  7. Larks Tongues In Aspic Pt II (Berlin)
  8. Pictures Of A City (Prague)
  9. Epitaph (Prague)
  10. Devil Dogs Of Tessellation Row (Zabrze)
  11. The ConstruKction Of Light (Zabrze)
  12. The Letters (Wroclaw)
  13. Meltdown (Wroclaw)
  14. Red (Copenhagen)
  15. Larks Tongues In Aspic Pt I (Copenhagen)
  16. A Scarcity Of Miracles (Oslo)
  17. In The Court Of The Crimson King (Oslo)
  18. 21st Century Schizoid Man (Oslo)
  19. Hell Hounds Of Krim (Stockholm)
  20. Banshee Legs Bell Hassle (Stockholm)
  21. Circus (Hamburg)
  22. The Talking Drum (Antwerp)
  23. Radical Action II (Antwerp)
  24. Pictures Of A City (Milano)
  25. Peace (Milano)
  26. Red (Florence)
  27. Larks Tongues In Aspic Pt I (Florence)
  28. Easy Money (Rome)
  29. Sailor’s Tale (Rome)
  30. A Scarcity Of Miracles (Torino)
  31. Radical Action II (Torino)
  32. Epithaph (Monte Carlo)
  33. The Letters (Monte Carlo)
  34. The ConstruKction Of Light (Barcelona)
  35. In The Court Of The Crimson King (Madrid)
  36. Interlude (Madrid)
  37. A Scarcity Of Miracles (Marseille)
  38. Suitable Grounds For The Blues (Vienna)
  39. Meltdown (Barcelona)
  40. Easy Money (Paris)
  41. 21st Century Schizoid Man (Paris)

Duration 04:30:25

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16 thoughts on “Off-Jazz: King Crimson – European Tour, Fall 2016

  1. The tracks listed in this post are available to download from the DGM Live website at http://www.dgmlive.com. Founded by Robert Fripp, DGM is a treasure trove for all lovers of Robert Fripp’s work, including King Crimson music. Make sure to check it out and support their work. If you have any other questions regarding this post, please leave us a message here.
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  2. Good morning!
    I´m a regular visitor of this excelent website and grabed a lot of very good music since I found it.
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    Vítor

  3. thx very much, been supporting these artists for decades.
    nice to get live stuff from various periods.

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