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KCCC #29 -- Heidelberg 1974

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Postby MiKcrobe on Thu Nov 03, 2005 2:56 pm

laurent m wrote:
MiKcrobe wrote:A few of the versions are a bit different, such as "Exiles", which is probably the longest ever with that extended intro.

Just because they decided not to make the improvised intro a separate track, as they did in Mainz (Arabica) and Pittsburgh (Bartley Butsford).

Gotcha. I should have picked up on that. They do that with Easy Money as well.
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Postby evktalo on Thu Nov 03, 2005 8:39 pm

DGM seems to be pretty non-consistent with things like that. Don't all the '69 discs separate Mantra, Travel Weary Capricorn and improvs differently in the track list?

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Postby RYG on Thu Nov 03, 2005 9:07 pm

Yea, I've noticed this too. Again, it's DGM's attention to detail that really keep them head and shoulders above the rest :P :wink: :roll:

It would be nice if they had kept everything consistent (distinguishing what are actually song parts and what are improv parts but you kind of have a feeling that those that are doing the track listings/times, etc. really aren't fans, per se, of the music/band or that they just don't care. Whoever it is, they probably just give it their best shot and don't worry too much about it.

As annoying as this is, as long as the music is all there I don't really care.

Either way this release is in the top 10 of KCCCs.
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Re: KCCC #29 -- Heidelberg 1974

Postby CrimsonKing73 on Fri Oct 15, 2010 7:02 pm

Anyone doubting the relevance of ordering this one should definitely buy it JUST for the Improv, which smokes, fripp on guitar and cross on Hohner Pianet.....the beat is infectious.....don't hesitate if you have the $$!
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