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Posted: Dec 1, 2023 - 7:42pm



2018 EU pressing
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Posted: Nov 30, 2023 - 12:56pm

 kurtster wrote:


By design, there’s not much KC available online (buy our product, dangit) but this is an excellent example of this last incarnation. Astounding in its musicianship, camaraderie, and creativity (compared to the early version of this tune with Belew/Bruford/Levin). Crank it up! 
That’s got Jeremy Stacey on drums, with Reiflin on keys. His cancer had taken him out for a while and here he’d come back in. He had a longtime Fripp/Toyah association so I’d think they were letting him live out his life doing something he wanted, instead of just sitting.


Here, no Stacey, so an earlier incarnation with Reiflin on drums instead. He’d played with REM and more prior to this.
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Posted: Nov 30, 2023 - 12:42am

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Sad that they lost Bill Reiflin (Watch the touching and not-what-you’d-expect recent movie about KC). But this three-full-drum-kit monster was amazing. Caught them four times and, sadly, the last show was very disappointing, but not to the extent that it negates all my other experiences. Have seen them almost every time I could, starting with the Discipline tour, the Double Trio and other smaller formations, then this seven/eight-headed beast. Man, that was something.
 
KC is a band that my interest kind of faded out on at the beginning of the 70's, especially when Lake left.  I followed him to ELP of which I was already a fan of Emerson because of The Nice.  Floyd was coming on strong, which I had been following since 68, and then The Allman Bros arrived and my unbridled love of slide guitar mixed with a Hammond B3 became unleashed.  Fripp just got left behind in their dust as far as my attentions were concerned.  I missed Lake too much and just couldn't get into where the band was going.  I've heard some things since then and have a couple of albums somewhere yet to be found in the mess, but again, meh.

So here we are now.  Steven Wilson entered the picture and brought my attention back as well as the discussions here and Covid and Fripp's Sundays with Toya and figured it was time to try again.

As many live albums are also often times a sampler of a bands greatest hits, so looking at the playlist of this album decided to give it a go.  I've only made it through sides 1 and 2 so far and I am impressed.  The only thing irritating so far is the audience's applause at the break in the middle of Court.  Does that happen a lot at KC concerts ?  Untimely applause really upsets my applecart at concerts, usually by people who are not familiar with the material.  

This is pretty intense playing and must require a lot of rehearsals with such a cast of changing characters.  Makes me think of the notorious rehearsal slave driver Ian Anderson.  But they are tight, which this music requires.  The drumming is spectacular to be sure.  Four more sides to go.  Really interested to hear what 21st Century Schizoid Man sounds like.
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Posted: Nov 29, 2023 - 10:43pm

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November 2023 world wide global pressing 3 X 12" set


Sad that they lost Bill Reiflin (Watch the touching and not-what-you’d-expect recent movie about KC). But this three-full-drum-kit monster was amazing. Caught them four times and, sadly, the last show was very disappointing, but not to the extent that it negates all my other experiences. Have seen them almost every time I could, starting with the Discipline tour, the Double Trio and other smaller formations, then this seven/eight-headed beast. Man, that was something.
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Posted: Nov 29, 2023 - 8:38pm



November 2023 world wide global pressing 3 X 12" set
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Posted: Nov 24, 2023 - 8:04am

 ColdMiser wrote:
 kurtster wrote:

Somewhere I have some Levi's flairs from the 70's that I might even fit into now.

I'd like to see that picture on your next mix cover 
 
That pic will have to wait.  You're already getting a request filled with the next one.
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Posted: Nov 24, 2023 - 7:50am

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Somewhere I have some Levi's flairs from the 70's that I might even fit into now.



I'd like to see that picture on your next mix cover 
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Posted: Nov 22, 2023 - 11:28am

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 kurtster wrote:

My first experience with feeling really old musically was when I heard the Allman Bros in elevators and grocery stores. The first Stones and Beatles albums are 60 now.  My oh my.  And I thought I would be dead before I turned 21, now 50 years ago.
only the good die young, right?    have a nice thanksgiving. (i just found out yesterday from my bff's daughter that 80's clothing is now considered "vintage" in some stores. crazy.)
 
I've seen full bell bottoms (60's full tilt) worn into the store recently.  Tempting ...  Somewhere I have some Levi's flairs from the 70's that I might even fit into now.

A happy thanksgiving to you as well !
{#Cheers}
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Posted: Nov 22, 2023 - 11:21am

 kurtster wrote:

My first experience with feeling really old musically was when I heard the Allman Bros in elevators and grocery stores.

The first Stones and Beatles albums are 60 now.  My oh my.  And I thought I would be dead before I turned 21, now 50 years ago.


only the good die young, right?    have a nice thanksgiving.

(i just found out yesterday from my bff's daughter that 80's clothing is now considered "vintage" in some stores. crazy.)
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Posted: Nov 22, 2023 - 11:15am

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man, is that hard to swallow. 30th...i feel sooo old.  i was the band members' ages when this (and Ten) came out. how can this be?  we were supposed to stay that age forever. 
 
My first experience with feeling really old musically was when I heard the Allman Bros in elevators and grocery stores.

The first Stones and Beatles albums are 60 now.  My oh my.  And I thought I would be dead before I turned 21, now 50 years ago.
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Posted: Nov 22, 2023 - 7:09am

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Nov 17, 2023 EU 30th anniversary 2 X 12" 45 RPM


man, is that hard to swallow. 30th...i feel sooo old.  i was the band members' ages when this (and Ten) came out. how can this be?  we were supposed to stay that age forever. 
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Posted: Nov 21, 2023 - 10:19pm



Nov 17, 2023 EU 30th anniversary 2 X 12" 45 RPM
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Posted: Nov 20, 2023 - 5:25am

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1979 US 1st press



 nice!!!
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Posted: Nov 19, 2023 - 7:26am



1979 US 1st press
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Posted: Nov 18, 2023 - 9:54pm



1973 US 1st press
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Posted: Nov 11, 2023 - 7:27am

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interestingly enough, i heard this for the very first time here on RP back in 2003. i have no idea how i had never heard it before. beautiful.
more recently, i think 3-4 months ago while outside on my patio in the sun thinking about my recently departed father i played this wearing headphones. it was a beautiful experience.
one of those songs i'll never forget for sure.
Yes... a great work.


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Posted: Nov 10, 2023 - 1:32pm

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1987 US Direct Metal Master pressing.  Haven't heard this in 40 years.  Be interesting to find out what I do remember.


brilliant, timeless and brilliant


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Posted: Nov 10, 2023 - 1:12pm

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1987 US Direct Metal Master pressing.  Haven't heard this in 40 years.  Be interesting to find out what I do remember.


I do remember. Every single flipping note and nuance. And then I saw him/them do it live a few years ago. 


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Posted: Nov 10, 2023 - 7:45am

 kurtster wrote:


1987 US Direct Metal Master pressing.  Haven't heard this in 40 years.  Be interesting to find out what I do remember.


City in my head, masterpiece of prog rock IMHO
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Posted: Nov 10, 2023 - 5:47am

 kurtster wrote:


1977 US 1st press


interestingly enough, i heard this for the very first time here on RP back in 2003. i have no idea how i had never heard it before. beautiful.
more recently, i think 3-4 months ago while outside on my patio in the sun thinking about my recently departed father i played this wearing headphones. it was a beautiful experience.
one of those songs i'll never forget for sure.
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