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Postby oveh on Sun May 14, 2006 8:39 am

Thanks for the input's!

I then take it that the 2003 versions are the same way.
As for the bell's, does any KC member's make mistakes? :lol:


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Postby vrooom on Sun May 14, 2006 10:48 am

During that period, P@ was triggering a lot of samples he'd collected during the performances. These were done live, if I recall correctly. Unfortunately, that practice was dropped during the 2003 concerts for a more clean approach.


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Postby Krimzep on Sun May 14, 2006 10:06 pm

Dog_none wrote:
The Crimson Avenger wrote:I saw the subsequent shows in Boston (3rd row center :lol: ) and New Haven (front row, DFC :shock: ) and they never quite reached the peak that happened at SUNY.


I was at both of those shows! Boston I was in the 12th or 13th row, just off of center. New Haven, 3rd row DFC, so I probably saw the back of your head!

I thought Boston was the best of the Level 5 shows I attended. I thought the performance was tight and the sound was awesome. Plus it was my first exposure to the new material.

New Haven, on the other hand, is easily my least favorite Crimson concert experience. I thought the performance was sub-par (for them), and the sound was absolutely terrible. I don't know if it was because of where I say, but the sound was just a dead mush.

I also caught the Philly show, which was good, but not spectacular by Crimson standards.



I was there too !! I was right in front of Trey about 6 rows back .My cousin and I were blown away.

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Re: Odds and ends... Dangerous Curves

Postby diderot on Mon May 15, 2006 7:26 pm

oveh wrote:Guys,

by listening to different versions of "Dangerous Curves" I find that KC uses different sampled voices and comments. On Level Five it's "Turn the lights down please, In fact turn them off". Also a woman voice and something about " ...16 years".

On the 2003 config they used other sampled things.


The first time I listened I thought Ade was saying it 'alive'.

The drumming in the Nashville KCCC is very different from the Level Five EP. Maybe because I heard it first, I prefer the Club version.
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Re: Odds and ends... Dangerous Curves

Postby oveh on Tue May 16, 2006 8:00 am

Dog_none wrote:
diderot wrote:The drumming in the Nashville KCCC is very different from the Level Five EP. Maybe because I heard it first, I prefer the Club version.


I heard the Level 5 version first, and prefer the club version. Although I prefer most 2003 versions to either of those.


I disagree, but hey no sweat.
Also, I find the discussion between members of the audience and Adrian about the state of Adrian's hair ("What hair?") to be amusing.

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Postby crimcinnaman on Tue May 16, 2006 3:27 pm

oveh wrote:Also, I find the discussion between members of the audience and Adrian about the state of Adrian's hair ("What hair?") to be amusing.


Holy crap! You picked that out?

That was me yelling that out :oops: "in the moment"! :oops:

I was actually kind of embarrased after I blurted out my wise ass comment. :oops: But I guess it was the whole atmosphere of those shows at 12th & Porter. There couldn't have been more than 250 people in there and it was packed; which illustrates just how small the place was. Plus, it was like having King Crimson come over to your little party and play some of the new songs that they've been working on. It wasn't your typical Crimson "show;" the whole thing was very informal. This is also the reason that these shows remain my all time favorites seeing them live.

When I first discovered that I was audible on the Level Five disc I :oops: cringed :oops: a little bit more! I was now even more embarrassed that I joined the ranks of idiots yelling out during a KC performance, I guess I take some consolation that it wasn't requests for Freebird or Cat Food or yelling BRUFORD when he's no longer in the band. :lol: I also didn't think anyone, but me, would catch it.
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Postby oveh on Tue May 16, 2006 7:14 pm

From "Ruthie, Ruthie" on YCDTOSA Vol 1, Zappa speaks from the stage:

I, I can't see you, but I know that you're out there...
It's that little voice...
That same little voice at all of the concerts,
Of the guy in the back of the room
Okay...?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?

A couple a years ago,
There was a guy that used to come
To all the concerts on the East Coast
I swore I heard him every night for a month
That he was somewhere in the audience
Anyway, it's this little voice, and he would say:
"Freak me out Frank!
Freak me out!
Freak me out Frank!"

Okay, here we go!

:D :D :D

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Postby Sebastian Knight on Tue May 16, 2006 8:12 pm

OK, solemn oath:
If and when the "current" line-up of King Crimson performs...
When they record the gig for posterity and DGM Live download...
it will be a ProjeKction member who fucks it up by yelling something stupid.

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Postby The Crimson Avenger on Tue May 16, 2006 8:27 pm

Sebastian Knight wrote:OK, solemn oath:
If and when the "current" line-up of King Crimson performs...
When they record the gig for posterity and DGM Live download...
it will be a ProjeKction member who fucks it up by yelling something stupid.

Ade: "Good evening. Welcome to our first ever.."
Us: CAT FOOOOD!!


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Postby vrooom on Tue May 16, 2006 8:30 pm

I usually tend to shout "Go on, Bill!" just to confuse people.


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