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Bassist Jonas Reingold has fashioned a fantastic lineup for Karmakanic on this one, featuring folks like drummer Morgan Agren, vocalist Göran Edman, keyboardist Lallie Larsson, keyboardist Andy Tillison, etc.
This album includes the title piece which is about the vastness of the universe and is properly epic and also includes some shorter pieces as well.
"There is definitely more than a tip of the cap to the neoprog sound but unlike most of those bands this isn't streamlined radio friendly music.


This has two shows: Live in Japan, April 16, 2003 and Live in London July 3, 2000.

"King Crimson is and will always be a live band first and foremost. I first saw them over 30 years ago and have been amazed each and every time I have seen them..

Yes, the previous four studio albums were anywhere from very good to amazing, but this album signaled a new beginning and the emergence of a band that was one of the great, far-reaching groups whose influence is still being felt to this day and which...

Both the afternoon and evening shows from Teatro Broadway, Buenos Aires on October 8, 1994, by the legendary 'double trio' version of the group: Robert Fripp/Adrian Belew-guitar, Tony Levin/Trey Gunn-touch guitars, Bill Bruford, Pat Masteolotto-drums....

This reissues on DVD two previously released shows that were only released on video tape in the 1980's. This has the 80's version of KC (Robert Fripp, Bill Bruford, Tony Levin and Adrian Belew) recorded live in France, 1982 ("The Noise") and Japan, 198...

This is the six disc version.
Ever since Robert Fripp re-formed King Crimson and started touring, this is the set that all the fans who saw and were blown away by the shows (and those that couldn't attend the shows) have been waiting and waiting for.
Robert Fripp: Guitar & keyboard
Mel Collins: Saxes & flute
Gavin Harrison: Drums
Jakko Jakszyk: Guitar & voice
Tony Levin: Basses & stick
Pat Mastelotto: Drums
Bill Rieflin: Drums & keyboards

“This is King Crims

This is the new-new version of Red, newly remixed by Steven Wilson with lots and lots of new things. The CD has the original album as you remember it (although newly remastered) with three extra tracks: pre-overdub versions of Red and Fallen Angel + ...

This was the sixth 'studio' album (75% of it is live, actually) and back in reinvigorated form with John Wetton, Bill Bruford, David Cross and bad Bob Fripp, who puts in one of his finest ever performances, as does everyone else!

Includes the...

What does King Kong have to do with 'out music'? Well, other than the pretty cool score by the legendary Max Steiner, it has nothing at all to do with music. Still...some of you I would suspect had similar upbringings to your narrator here and spent...

One of the last of the great electric bluesmen, this was recorded June 9, 1980 and is nearly one hour long.

Kingston Wall came out of Finland in the early 90's, just as the 3rd wave of progressive rock from Scandinavia (Anglagard, Anekdoten, etc) were gaining acclaim.
They were a spacerock/stoner rock trio of guitar/vocals, bass and drums. There's a lot of influences in their sound, but they managed to come up with a strongly rocking take on the classic sound while still managing to bring something new to it. It seemed like they were on the verge of really breaking through when word got out that their...


This was an unexpected treat, as I had never seen moving footage of Rahsaan in his prime. For those not familiar with Kirk, he was a blind jazz saxophonist who was interested in a very wide range of sounds and styles (one of his mid period albums...

"The first live DVD release by the Dutch prog-rock sensation! Filmed during the band's genuinely electrifying gig in Katowice, Poland, on the 9th of April, 2015, at which they performed their brilliant latest album "Hyperdrive" nearly in its entirety, the DVD showcases Knight Area's absolute mastery of the prog aesthetic, their impressive musicianship, sensitivity, and style.

Knight Area is a Dutch progressive rock band which was formed in 2004 by brothers Joop and Gerben Klazinga. The band play..

This is the third (and only currently available) DVD by Koenjihyakkei. As usual, this is a wild race into Zeuhl territory, with all the throbbing bass, wild, Vander-inspired drumming, & Kobaian-via-Japan singing you could hope for. This is the most...

"One of the most individual of all alto saxophone players, the cool-toned Lee Konitz has always had a strong musical curiosity that has led him to consistently take chances and stretch himself, usually quite successfully. The Jazz Sessions spotlights...

This is the 5th release from this this excellent instrumental Japanese 'progressive jazz rock band focused on polyrhythms' featuring drummer Yoshida Tatsuya, leader of Ruins and Koenjihyakkei, & also featuring guitarist Kido Natsuki [Bondage Fruit] and bassist Nasuno Mitsuru [Altered States]. This band is one of my favorite things that Yoshida is involved with - and heaven knows that he's involved with a lot of good stuff! The CD is based on improvisational sessions and includes a couple of tracks with...

Yes, I know that all of the innovations this 1982 film made were later used in a billion obnoxious commercials, but that doesn't take away from its greatness or its very subtle-yet-effective ecological message. And could anyone other than Phillip Glass...

While this is one of those basically awful "unauthorized biography" type things, I decided that we should stock this when a friend told me that he had bought it and it was really as much a history of Krautrock as it was a history of Kraftwerk. There is...

"This video is an exceptional document of the live performance experience; if Fela decides to run a second time for President of Nigeria, this should be a mighty weapon in his arsenal."-Reggae and African Beat Magazine.

"This was recorded in...