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King Crimson - Fripp's Return At The Court Of Crimson King - Live At The Venue: Act 1 FLAC album

Tracklist

A1 Red 6:35
A2 I Still Love Her (Part 1) 2:24
B1 I Still Love Her (Part 2) 5:07
B2 Matte Kudasai 4:00

Credits

  • Performer – Adrian Belew, Bill Bruford, Robert Fripp, Tony Levin

Notes

Recorded Live at the Venue London on 9 October 1981.

Track A2-B1 contains Neal and Jack and Me.

There is a typo on the front sleeve: "33 1/3 RPN" is written instead of "33 1/3 RPM".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): DISCO n°1 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): DISCO n°1 B

King Crimson - Fripp's Return At The Court Of Crimson King - Live At The Venue: Act 1 FLAC album

Musician performer: King Crimson

Title: Fripp's Return At The Court Of Crimson King - Live At The Venue: Act 1

Date of release: 1981

Style: Art Rock, Prog Rock

Genre: Rock

Size FLAC: 1438 mb

Rating: 4.1 / 5

Votes: 441

Other Formats: WAV MIDI ADX AA RA MP4 WMA

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Coiron
Bootlegs exist because WE NEED to hear every single live moment or rehearsal or demo from our beloved artists. That's why we pick them and we "collect" them for the very same psychological reason someone becomes a collector. My point is that if someone (probably the artist or his representatives) blocks a bootleg release MUST replace it with the original release of the same art-event. In different case, the artist blocks the history of music to be revealed and hides his artistic self from us. This is as a bad behaviour as the hunger of the bootleggers for easy money, I tent to believe.
Coiron
Bootlegs exist because WE NEED to hear every single live moment or rehearsal or demo from our beloved artists. That's why we pick them and we "collect" them for the very same psychological reason someone becomes a collector. My point is that if someone (probably the artist or his representatives) blocks a bootleg release MUST replace it with the original release of the same art-event. In different case, the artist blocks the history of music to be revealed and hides his artistic self from us. This is as a bad behaviour as the hunger of the bootleggers for easy money, I tent to believe.