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King Crimson - Live In Argentina, 1994 flac album

King Crimson - Live In Argentina, 1994 flac album Performer: King Crimson
Title: Live In Argentina, 1994
Style: Art Rock, Prog Rock
Released: 2012
Country: Japan
MP3 album: 1419 mb
FLAC album: 1765 mb
Rating: 4.3
Other formats: ADX AU XM AIFF AUD MPC AA
Genre: Rock

Only for completionists (2%). After seven years of inactivity, Robert Fripp had the sudden idea of putting King Crimson back in action in a form of a double trio. This idea materialized by the recording of the mini-album "Vroom" in 1994

The discography of King Crimson consists of 13 studio albums, 15 live albums, 13 compilation albums, 3 extended plays, 11 singles, 6 video albums and 8 major box sets.

Two complete audio/video shows from King Crimson's unexpected 1994 return to live performance, Live In Argentina comprises the earliest complete performance film footage of the band's astonishing double trio line-up. Simultaneous audio/video playback DTS 4 channel (quadraphonic) surround sound & LPCM stereo (DVD video players).

Band Name King Crimson. Album Name B'Boom : Official Bootleg - Live in Argentina 1994. Erscheinungsdatum 22 August 1995. Labels Discipline Global Mobile. Musik GenreProgressive Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen4.

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First Crimson album I ever heard back in 78, it’s a riff that sounds so full of menace and tension, and then there’s the Power!!! It was superb back then and it still grips me now, Crimson just played this in Liverpool 2018, the entire gig was heart stopping, got to see them again live. The best exemple is ''King crimson was metal'' but isn't, Metal bands is just ''metal raciocine'' and it is mediocre and temporal. King Crimson thinks his music in an ample way, just because this guys use guitars don't say anything about their unique style of composition and mental stage. Is another level of art and music. 2 years ago. That is one threatening bass line. 3 years ago. Не надо писать что это 2012 год.

Tracklist

Afternoon Show
MLP Lossless 4.0 Surround 1:32:42
1-1.1 VROOOM
1-1.2 Coda Marine 475
1-1.3 Frame By Frame
1-1.4 Sex, Sleep, Eat, Drink, Dream
1-1.5 Red
1-1.6 One Time
1-1.7 B'Boom
1-1.8 THRAK
1-1.9 Improv: Two Sticks
1-1.10 Elephant Talk
1-1.11 Indiscipline
1-1.12 VROOOM VROOOM
1-1.13 Matte Kudasai
1-1.14 The Talking Drum
1-1.15 Larks' Tongues In Aspic Part II
1-1.16 Heartbeat
1-1.17 Sleepless
DTS 4.0 Digital Surround 1:32:42
1-2.1 VROOOM
1-2.2 Coda Marine 475
1-2.3 Frame By Frame
1-2.4 Sex, Sleep, Eat, Drink, Dream
1-2.5 Red
1-2.6 One Time
1-2.7 B'Boom
1-2.8 THRAK
1-2.9 Improv: Two Sticks
1-2.10 Elephant Talk
1-2.11 Indiscipline
1-2.12 VROOOM VROOOM
1-2.13 Matte Kudasai
1-2.14 The Talking Drum
1-2.15 Larks' Tongues In Aspic Part II
1-2.16 Heartbeat
1-2.17 Sleepless
LPCM 2.0 Stereo 1:32:42
1-3.1 VROOOM
1-3.2 Coda Marine 475
1-3.3 Frame By Frame
1-3.4 Sex, Sleep, Eat, Drink, Dream
1-3.5 Red
1-3.6 One Time
1-3.7 B'Boom
1-3.8 THRAK
1-3.9 Improv: Two Sticks
1-3.10 Elephant Talk
1-3.11 Indiscipline
1-3.12 VROOOM VROOOM
1-3.13 Matte Kudasai
1-3.14 The Talking Drum
1-3.15 Larks' Tongues In Aspic Part II
1-3.16 Heartbeat
1-3.17 Sleepless
Evening Show
MLP Lossless 4.0 Surround 1:45:00
2-1.1 VROOOM
2-1.2 Coda Marine 475
2-1.3 Frame By Frame
2-1.4 Sex, Sleep, Eat, Drink, Dream
2-1.5 Red
2-1.6 One Time
2-1.7 B'Boom
2-1.8 THRAK
2-1.9 Improv: Two Sticks
2-1.10 Elephant Talk
2-1.11 Indiscipline
2-1.12 VROOOM VROOOM
2-1.13 Matte Kudasai
2-1.14 The Talking Drum
2-1.15 Larks' Tongues In Aspic Part II
2-1.16 Discipline
2-1.17 Heartbeat
2-1.18 Sleepless
2-1.19 Coda Marine 475
DTS 4.0 Digital Surround 1:45:00
2-2.1 VROOOM
2-2.2 Coda Marine 475
2-2.3 Frame By Frame
2-2.4 Sex, Sleep, Eat, Drink, Dream
2-2.5 Red
2-2.6 One Time
2-2.7 B'Boom
2-2.8 THRAK
2-2.9 Improv: Two Sticks
2-2.10 Elephant Talk
2-2.11 Indiscipline
2-2.12 VROOOM VROOOM
2-2.13 Matte Kudasai
2-2.14 The Talking Drum
2-2.15 Larks' Tongues In Aspic Part II
2-2.16 Discipline
2-2.17 Heartbeat
2-2.18 Sleepless
2-2.19 Coda Marine 475
LPCM 2.0 Stereo 1:45:00
2-3.1 VROOOM
2-3.2 Coda Marine 475
2-3.3 Frame By Frame
2-3.4 Sex, Sleep, Eat, Drink, Dream
2-3.5 Red
2-3.6 One Time
2-3.7 B'Boom
2-3.8 THRAK
2-3.9 Improv: Two Sticks
2-3.10 Elephant Talk
2-3.11 Indiscipline
2-3.12 VROOOM VROOOM
2-3.13 Matte Kudasai
2-3.14 The Talking Drum
2-3.15 Larks' Tongues In Aspic Part II
2-3.16 Discipline
2-3.17 Heartbeat
2-3.18 Sleepless
2-3.19 Coda Marine 475

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Robert Fripp
  • Copyright (c) – Robert Fripp

Credits

  • Artwork [Cover] – P.J. Crook
  • Bass [Basses], Chapman Stick – Tony Levin
  • Coordinator [Coordination] – Opium (Arts) Ltd., Richard Chadwick
  • Design [DVD], Layout – Claire Bidwell
  • Design, Artwork – Hugh O'Donnell
  • Drums [Acoustic], Electronic Drums, Percussion – Bill Bruford, Pat Mastelotto
  • Engineer [Assistant] – Carlos Pulido
  • Engineer [Live Sound] – George Glossop
  • Engineer [Stage Sound] – Noah Evens
  • Film Director – M21
  • Guitar [Touch Guitar] – Trey Gunn
  • Guitar, Performer [Soundscapes] – Robert Fripp
  • Guitar, Voice – Adrian Belew
  • Liner Notes [January 2012] – Sid Smith
  • Liner Notes [Technical Notes - March 7, 2012] – David Singleton
  • Mixed By, Mastered By – Alex R Mundy*, David Singleton
  • Music By – King Crimson
  • Other [DVD Authoring And Assembly By] – Neil Wilkes
  • Other [DVD QC Testing By] – Bob Romano, Bob Squires, Chris Gerhard, Jon Urban, Tim McDonnell
  • Other [Equipment And Strategic Liason] – John Sinks
  • Other [NTSC Standards Conversion] – Patrick Cleasby
  • Other [Possible Productions (South America)] – Felipe Jolly, Fernando Kabusacki, Frank Landa, Hernan Nuñez, Uki Goni
  • Photography By [El Pie Rehearsals] – Eduardo Pampinella
  • Technician [Tony Levin Technician] – Michele Russotto
  • Video Editor [Video Editing] – David Singleton
  • Words By – Adrian Belew

Notes

Recorded at Teatro Broadway, Buenos Aires, October 8, 1994

℗ & © 2012 Robert Fripp

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6 33367 00472 7
  • Barcode (Scanned): 633367004727
  • Label Code: LC 00614
  • Matrix / Runout (DVD1): 376770-1 @1 CLUB 47 @
  • Mastering SID Code (DVD1): IFPI LW03
  • Mould SID Code (DVD1): IFPI AAH20
  • Matrix / Runout (DVD2): 376771-1 @1 CLUB 47 @
  • Mastering SID Code (DVD2): IFPI LW03
  • Mould SID Code (DVD2): IFPI AAH20

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
IEBP-10101/102 King Crimson Live In Argentina, 1994 ‎(2xDVD-V, S/Edition, Multichannel, NTSC, Reg) Discipline Global Mobile, Panegyric IEBP-10101/102 Japan 2012
CLUB47 King Crimson Live In Argentina, 1994 ‎(2xDVD-V, Club, S/Edition, Multichannel, NTSC, Reg) Discipline Global Mobile, Inner Knot CLUB47 US 2012