Off-Jazz: King Crimson – “Uncertain Times” European Tour 2018

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
Chris Gibson: mellotron, keyboards, fairy dusting

Live in Europe, Summer 2018
Cover photograph by LJL

  1. Larks’ Tongues In Aspic Part 1 (Poznan)
  2. Larks’ Tongues In Aspic Part 2 (Poznan)
  3. The Court Of The Crimson King (Krakow)
  4. The Letters (Krakow)
  5. Cirkus (Krakow)
  6. Epitaph (Essen)
  7. Suitable Grounds For The Blues (Essen)
  8. The Hell Hounds Of Krim (Vienna)
  9. Islands (Vienna)
  10. Level Five (Prague)
  11. Indiscipline (Prague)
  12. Dawn Song (Budapest)
  13. Last Skirmish (Budapest)
  14. Pictures Of A City (Berlin)
  15. Easy Money (Berlin)
  16. Fallen Angel (Berlin)
  17. Meltdown (Stockholm)
  18. Cirkus (Stockholm)
  19. Neurotica (Oslo)
  20. Moonchild (Oslo)
  21. The ConstruKction Of Light (Oslo)
  22. Dawn Song (Amsterdam)
  23. Cadence And Cascade (Amsterdam)
  24. Red (Munich)
  25. Radical Action II (Munich)
  26. 21st Century Schizoid Man (Pompeii)
  27. Easy Money (Pompeii)
  28. Starless (Rome)
  29. One More Red Nightmare (Rome)
  30. The Court Of The Crimson King (Lucca)
  31. The Letters (Venice)

Duration 03:32:06

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16 thoughts on “Off-Jazz: King Crimson – “Uncertain Times” European Tour 2018

  1. Dear, I have already congratulate with you for the umpayable “service” that you’re doing for all the community!
    We should have almost the same age (I’m guessing, I am 57 …) beacuse we like the same music, starting (as in my case) from english progressive rock and, when this movement almost “collapsed” at the end of 70ties, I translated to jazz …
    thanks a lot! Roberto

  2. hi and thanks for the pristine recordings and their great visual presentations on this site – top notch!
    in the past have especially enjoyed then threadgill zooid, steve coleman recordings, so please keep them coming. i saw the current incarnation twice (14 and 17) – as much as i loved the shows i saw in 82, 84, 03, for me the three-drummer front line eclipsed them all.

  3. The website is absolutely glorious – thank you so much for assembling such an awe-inspiring collection of artists and artistry!

  4. Thank you so much!!!
    I’m 55 and I also began with rock, progressive,, rio, electronic, and then jazz.


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