I'm not 16 anymore May 24, 2008
Written by James999
what I mean by íIím not 16 anymoreí is that, hearing Indisipline with the long intro..in this case the tickler ending before (way before?) the chord-changing thrashing begins...it just doesínt hold me as rapt as when I used to hear it when I was 16. Or when I heard it at the pier in 1982; with Bill Bruford doing almost a dance as he hit his percussion (while Robert watched from stage right, in tuxedo).
Its the intro to Indiscipline- 1 cord strummed in time, with the drummer(s) having a license to thrash/improvise. Wow. Iím not Sherlock Homes, but seriously. What are we supposed to be going on here? Sigh. Its cheap. Who knows? Maybe those ínewí fans (the new 16 year olds that every íproí rocker would like to have as their fanbase) will get it.
Yea that must be it. Yep, you hooked them there.
Shape Of Things To Come... May 23, 2008
Written by PR1955
If this is an indication of whats to come in August 2008(here in NYC) this should be the best KC since the Bruford days...Gavin Harrison really rocks out and has that heavy/funky syncopation that Bruford added to the KC mix...I am syched...See ya there all 3 nights...Please post more rehersals...Please...
wonderful May 21, 2008
Written by Lazarus
...Iíve been missing this tune for so many years...
aaaa wheres the rest? May 19, 2008
Written by jazzcat
now I know theres more to that...talk about a tease is it August yet????This is gonna be one hellofa band ...Is one hell of a band!!! thank you lord...and thanx for making that hot lil tidbit avalablePleeeease gimme some more!
Welcome Gavin Harrison May 19, 2008
Written by SJClarson
It certainly sounds to me that Gavin Harrison has found an appropriate home for his fabulous playing!! SJC Cincinnati
Interruptus May 19, 2008
Written by dwayne
Coitus Interruptus, THATís what THIS is!!! No need to prove KC can do fine without Bill: The Level Five EP already did that to me. My guess is that, since this tune was originally conceived as a drum solo, this fragment was not a random choice. Why not the whole tune? Iíd love to hear it. (source recording is incomplete? Címon, thereís got to be more!) I wonít sell it as a bootleg. I promise!!!
A wonderful birthday present! May 19, 2008
Written by BlackPage1
I turn 55 today and have been listening to the wonderful music of King Crimson for 39 years! I first heard Indiscipline live in 1981 and look forward to hearing in again August 11th in Philadelphia. The sneak preview is beautiful.
can I just say...? May 19, 2008
Written by cuicawrangler
OH HELL YES.
The funk is in the house.
I cannot WAIT to hear these guys in Chicago. Bring on the new.
Sorry I canít be more erudite. In this case, enough said.
It will be always great music. May 19, 2008
Written by Blasito
What I like most about King Crimson is how they keep developing themselves. Nevertheless you are hearing a tune written more than twenty years ago, it is heard really fresh, as if it is a new song. This is one of the only bands that have achieved this. Congratulations!!! Hope to see you live.