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Peace (Suite) [KC50, Vol. 23]
June 14, 2019
℗ 2019 Robert Fripp on behalf of King Crimson
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Peace (Suite) [Previously Unreleased]
June 14, 2019
℗ 2019 Robert Fripp on behalf of King Crimson
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Radical Action To Unseat the Hold of Monkey Mind (Live)
Radical Action to Unseat the Hold of Monkey Mind is a box set by King Crimson, released on 2 September 2016.
The box set was recorded live–mostly in Takamatsu, Japan on 19 December 2015–with songs taken from other shows in order to represent every song played during the group's 2015 tours of Japan, Canada and France. The material performed is mostly from the 1969–1974 period, and most of it was not performed live since the 1970s, although the songs were rearranged to suit the current line-up. Also included are some pieces from 1995 and onward, alongside new material. The title is derived from a song of the same name that the band has been playing in concert.
The set was released in two editions: a 4-disc standard edition featuring the complete concert in one Blu-ray disc and three CDs; and a 6-disc deluxe limited edition, featuring the same as the standard edition plus two DVDs with the complete concert and an expanded booklet. The Blu-ray disc has a "picture off" mode which allows listening to the music without the video.
Octopus (Steven Wilson Mix)
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The songs for the album were worked out while on tour in 1971, with further development and arranging at manager Tony Stratton-Smith's house in Crowborough, Sussex over a two-month period. The original plan had been to release more material, making up a double album, but Charisma vetoed the idea. A non-album single, "Theme One" was included on some releases in the US and Canada. The album's strong commercial showing in Italy resulted in a number of lucrative promotional tours there, but the resulting pressure led to the band's split in August 1972.
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In The Wake Of Poseidon
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Live in Vienna (1 December 2016)
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The third disc features band improvisations from different shows, which are often spliced together in the same track. The liner notes describe the disc as "a cohesive presentation out of a series of incoherent events".
Disc 2 of the album contains video footage, playable with Windows Media Player software. A password is required to access this video footage.
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