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"Three CDs featuring the complete concert from Vienna on Dec. 1st 2016 mixed from the original multi-track tapes. The CDs are presented in concert sequence with discs 1 & 2 featuring the complete first and second sets.
CD 3 features Vienna encores plus the long awaited live recorded debut of Fracture by the 2016 line-up as performed in Copenhagen. CD3 also features a series of soundscapes edited into newly sequenced pieces. Drawn from the introduction music (composed/improvised afresh for each night..

30th anniversary 24 bit HDCD remaster. Their underrated third album and my 2nd favorite acid album back in the day (along with Soft Machine's Third [FACELIFT, dude] and We're Only In It For The Money; I guess I was into scaring myself!). "The black ab...

Their underrated third album and my 2nd favorite acid album back in the day (along with Soft Machine's Third [FACELIFT, dude] and We're Only In It For The Money; I guess I was into scaring myself!). "The black abyss where jazz and rock meet", it was...

• Three CDs featuring over three and a half hours of material performed during the band’s five nights residency at Teatro Metropolitan, Mexico City in July 2017 + audio extras.
• One Blu-Ray featuring over two hours of multi camera HD recorded footage from Mexico City. Audio soundtrack in 24/48 LPCM Hi-res stereo & 5.1 DTS HD-MA, with “picture off” mode allowing the music to be heard independently in pristine, lossless audio.
• Four disc set presented in two mini-vinyl style gatefold packs with..

"This set was recorded during the band's most recent tour and features many iconic King Crimson pieces performed live, including 'Islands', 'The Lizard Suite', 'The Errors', 'Fallen Angel', 'Cirkus' and more, some for the first time ever."

- Disc 1 -
1 Intro: Scape Bells
2 Larks' Tongues in Aspic, Part One
3 Neuoritica
4 The Errrors
5 Cirkus
6 The Lizard Suite a) Dawn Song B) Last Skirmish C) Prince Rupert's Lament
7 Fallen Angel
8 Larks' Tongues in Aspic, Pa

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

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. And we have a monstrously groovy price on this 4 disc, amazing set!
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 & keyboa

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 + ...

"The complete STUDIO AND LIVE 1970-72 King Crimson captured on 21 CDs, 4 blu-ray discs and 2 DVDs (all audio content) and presented in a 12” box with booklet, memorabilia, a further downloadable concert, and sleeve-notes by Sid Smith, Jakko Jakszyk and David Singleton.

Sailor's Tales features a wealth of previously unheard studio recordings - from band rehearsals to full alternate mixes - alongside a vast array of live material, much of it on CD/blu-ray for the first time and including four....

This is the HUGE box that someone, somewhere, will get bludgeoned to death by his or her angry spouse with. Talk about a selling point!

"Limited to a single pressing run, Starless offers an in-depth overview of King Crimson's celebrated mid-1970's live line-up at its most exploratory.

Few bands have offered as much variety in material from night to night, and King Crimson's propensity for improvisation and fondness for playing its newest material - often unreleased on record at the tim

30th anniversary 24 bit HDCD remaster. Sixth 'studio' album (more than half of it is live, actually) and back in reinvigorated form with John Wetton, Bill Bruford, David Cross and bad Bob Fripp! Includes the amazingly great tune "Fracture", which is worth the admission price alone. But you also get a bunch of other great stuff too, including The Great Deceiver. So, a must own.

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...

"The 5th release in this Collectable series, which offers fans high quality historic recordings at a value-added price, features the expanded audio taken from the original concert used for the band's Deja VROOOM DVD. The audio from the DVD has been...

"The Elements Of King Crimson is a special limited edition 'tour box' created exclusively for sale at King Crimson's concerts and via the band's official online outlets.
The set contains a 24 page tour booklet and two CDs containing extracts...

“Two CD collection, a history of King Crimson featuring many extracts and tracks appearing on CD for the first time.
Originally available only at concert venues on King Crimson's sold out European 2016 tour. Much sought after by fans, hence more widespread release. The Elements tour boxes were devised specifically for the King Crimson tours but have since gone on to great success with fans with both 2014 and 2015 editions becoming firm sellers. The depth & variety of King Crimson's archives allows....

"A companion to the successful 2014, 2015 and 2016 Tour Boxes, as with previous releases in the series, the full variety of King Crimson’s music is presented over 2 CDs with extracts from rehearsals, new live recordings, elements from studio recordings, full tracks, alternate takes and finished recordings from 1969-2016, many of which make their first appearance on CD.
Every line-up is featured across the double CD set. Of particular interest on the new set is the inclusion on disc 2 of every part..

"2018 two CD history of King Crimson featuring many extracts and tracks appearing on CD for the first time, including many by the current line-up.
Packaged in DVD sized fold out digipak style book case with 24 page booklet.
The Elements tour box was originally devised specifically as a one-off edition for the 2014 King Crimson tour but has since become an in-demand series with subsequent editions in 2015, 16 and 17 becoming firm sellers.
As with previous releases in the series, the full...

"Two CD set containing six previously unreleased tracks. The Elements tour box was originally devised specifically as a one-off edition for the 2014 King Crimson tour but has since become an in-demand series with subsequent editions in 2015, 16, 17 and 18 becoming firm sellers.
As with previous releases in the series, the full variety of King Crimson's music can be represented over two CDs with extracts from rehearsals, new live recordings, elements from studio recordings, full tracks, alternate....

Great release of the most famous King Crimson bootleg (available as "Un Reve Sans Consequence Speciale" and also the source concert for some of the tracks that showed up on Starless and Bible Black!

"This popular King Crimson archival release is available once again. Drawn from a single concert at the Amsterdam Concertgebouw in November 1973, The Night Watch is one of the most celebrated KC live recordings. A recording was originally broadcast by the BBC, as a result of which the concert was...

"This 2003 release represented the recorded culmination of the various ideas, approaches and styles employed by the Crimson turn of the century double duo line-up. Introduced and punctuated by a series of a cappella treated vocal pieces that...

"The Power to Believe, originally issued in 2003 is King Crimson’s final studio album, to date. Drawing in part on material issued on the 2001 live mini-album Level 5 and the 2002 studio mini-album Happy With What You Have to be Happy With, the album represented the final statement from the double duo which had recorded and toured from 2000.
It was produced by Machine with post-production work by David Singleton and Robert Fripp allowing for the inclusion of additional elements and edits prior to...

"Between April and July 1974 King Crimson embarked on a tour of Canada and America which has come to be recognised as one of the most powerful series of concerts performed not just by Fripp, Cross, Wetton and Bruford but by any band of the era...

Robert Fripp: Guitar, Soundscapes
Adrian Belew: Guitar, Voice, Words
Trey Gunn: Stick, Backing Vocals
Tony Levin: Upright & Electric Basses, Backing Vocals
Pat Mastelotto: Acoustic & Electronic Percussions
Bill Bruford: Acoustic & Electronic Percussions

"A 16 disc limited edition box set featuring studio and live recordings - many previously unreleased - from King Crimson's mid-1990s double trio line-up. Highlights include a new '21st Century stereo reimagining' of THR

30th anniversary 24 bit HDCD remaster. For many years, this was the only live document of the magnificence of the final lineup of the 70's King Crimson. While its importance was definitely superceded by The Great Deceiver box set, many folks have a gr...

If "The Road To Red" box is too rich for your blood...

"USA was recorded towards the end of King Crimson's final US tour of the 70s in June 1974. It was issued as an epitaph for the band in Spring 1975 as a single album - at a time when doubles..

This double edition includes the standard CD version as well as a DVD-A disc with a multitude of high-res formats included.

"Reading the full name of this release – Jakszyk, Fripp And Collins With Levin And Harrison – A Scarcity Of Miracles...

"Sublime unreleased score for the weird cult/brutalist thriller I Start Counting! (1970). Charming, odd, and affecting score by Basil Kirchin, made "in association" with his regular cohorts, Jack Nathan and John A. Coleman. The film was directed by the multi-talented and quite radical David Greene. Greene was also an actor, a successful producer and had already employed the services of Kirchin for his 1967 horror The Shuttered Room and quirky crime thriller The Strange Affair (1968). I Start Counting!...

"This is the first-ever release of not ONE but TWO classic Basil Kirchin soundtracks, one from 1965, the other 1971. It's music for strippers, wife-swapping, death, birth, crime and chicken factories. Basil Kirchin is a legendary jazz drummer and...

This was the second volume (hence 3 & 4) of Kirchin's Worlds Within Worlds, which reached a large audience due to its release on Island to a 'rock based / progressive' audience for his tape based works.
It has never-before been reissued in any form legitimately; hugely recommended for fans of electronic / tape music!

"Basil Kirchin was a pioneering British composer who blurred the lines between musical genres. While his career began in the ‘40s as a professional jazz drummer, in the ‘60s he..

This is the first volume of this legendary, early experimental / weird album that is on the Nurse With Wound list.
It has never-before been reissued in any form legitimately; hugely recommended for fans of electronic / tape music/ experimental / zaniness!

“Worlds Within Worlds: Part I And II is one of the most important experimental and improvised jazz-based recordings of all time. Released in 1971 it sold just a handful of copies, but has become a keystone in the development of ambient...

“There is nothing else quite like Benzaiten, a fusion of progressive and psychedelic rock, and Japanese traditional music. For this endeavor, a fairly large lineup was assembled, featuring electric guitar, bass, electric piano, several percussionists playing traditional Japanese hand drums, sticks and bells, shakuhachi (traditional wooden flute), and Kitajima himself playing biwa, a traditional acoustic fourstringed lute.
Vocals are featured on most of the cuts, although they seem more like chanted...

“Osamu had switched from the British Island label to the Headfirst records in the USA. It was around this time that he was starting to get involved more in soundtrack work – I recall his unmistakable contributions to the soundtrack of the popular American TV miniseries Shogun. Masterless Samurai consists of ten cuts in the three-to-five minute range, very much a continuation of the contemporary jazz meets Japanese traditional elements that were explored on Osamu. There are also many introspective...

“This is the third album by Osamu Kitajima, one of Japan's most prolific artists from the ethno rock, world music and progressive department. You can certainly not divide all the mentioned stylistic aspects from each other for they were all incorporated in a homogenious sound and complex arrangements. It is the same with his other albums like Benzaiten and or his fourth Masterless Samurai; traditional Japanese music meets Western jazzrock and progressive sounds to form a new style unheard by most people ...

This is kind of an amazing thing. This is previously unreleased recordings in extremely good sound, considering its rarity and age, from 1971. I was talking to Ken Golden about the early German stuff and whether or not you like it or hate it, we both...

"The official Konrad Schnitzler discography lists Eruption, released in 1971, under the title Schwarz, as the first Schnitzler album. In actual fact, Eruption is the third and final LP by the group Kluster, following Klopfzeichen and Zwei Osterei...

"Imagine finding a message in a bottle, forty years after it was dispatched. That is what it feels like when you listen to Kluster's Klopfzeichen for the first time, mysterious, hard to decipher, a relic of a time long since passed. The handwriting...

5{us track and released in a limited edition of 450. "Originally released by Schwann, 1971. In limited edition miniature plastic LP cover with a multi fold-out repro of original album insert. Includes additional track by Schnitzler, Seidel...

This is kind of an amazing thing. This is a previously unreleased live tape in extremely good sound, considering its rarity and age, from 1971 in Wuppertal, Germany. I was talking to Ken Golden about the early German stuff and whether or not you like...

"Zwei Osterei is the second half of a recording session which took place on a single day in November 1970. Klopfzeichen is the first part. Yet the uncompromising Zwei Osterei surpasses the earlier Klopfzeichen album by some distance in terms of its...

Includes a bonus track and released in a limited edition of 450. "Originally released by Schwann, 1971. In limited edition miniature plastic LP cover with a multi fold-out repro of original album insert. Includes additional track by Schnitzler, Seidel...

All previously unreleased duets recorded between 1982-94, & featuring the soprano sax master with Derek Bailey, Bobby Few, George Lewis, Steve Potts, Roswell Rudd, Masahiko Togashi, Mal Waldron & others.

"The first in a series of recordings from Steve Lacy's cassette archive- authorized by Irene Aebi. When Steve Lacy passed away in June, 2004, he left behind an archive of more than 300 private recordings – mostly cassette tapes of concerts dating from...

Solo soprano sax works. ''Recorded at his home in Paris from February to April 1998, Sands is Steve Lacy's most personal and remarkable solo document, and explores a wide variety of musical and dramatic subjects. Portraits of close friends Barney Wilen...


This has a number of good titles by the great man that have been hard to find for a number of years. Lacy is someone I came late to, and for whom his huge discography is utterly overwhelming. But I've got a bunch now that I really treasure. So, if only...

Special price on this classic ESP release, recorded in concert October 8, 1966 in Buenos Aires, Argentina with a good band, all of whom would go on to some renown and all getting their first international recognition here: Enrico Rava-trumpet, Johnny...

“New York-born soprano saxophonist Steve Lacy became associated with the avant-garde jazz movement from the mid-1950s, playing on free jazz pianist Cecil Taylor's influential debut LP.
Visiting Europe from the mid-1960s, Lacy later travelled to Italy to form a quartet with Italian trumpeter Enrico Rava (who had earlier played in Argentinian sax player, Gato Barbieri's group), plus South African exiles and former Blue Notes members Johnny Dyani on double bass and Louis Moholo on drums. Lacy...

This has Steve's run of amazing recordings on Black Saint/Soul Note of quartets and larger bands and features great players like Roswell Rudd, Beaver Harris, JJ Avenel, Mish Mengelberg, Han Bennink, George Lewis and many, many others...

Hey, it’s well over 45 years later and this still sounds like a crazy racket!

“Turns out the very sound of falling in love is just as abstract, subjective and loopy as the concept itself. Yoko Ono and John Lennon are two of history's greatest lovers, and Two Virgins is the document of the pair falling in love in real time. The album is a curious and amazing suite recorded over one weekend in Spring 1968 at Lennon's Kenwood home: Distant conversations; comedic role playing and footsteps; laughter...

Hey, it’s well over 45 years later and this still sounds like a crazy racket! But it’s a crazy racket this time, with half of it performed with crazy racket titans of the 60s.
The album opens with an improvised recording titled "Cambridge 1969", recorded on 2 March 1969 at Cambridge University, before a live audience.
The piece took up all of the vinyl’s side one and consists of Ono's vocalisations and screaming accompanied by electric guitar feedback from Lennon. The SME (saxophonist Trevor...