King Crimson

Dieses Thema im Forum "METROPOLIS - Progressive Rock & Metal" wurde erstellt von MIBURN, 13. Oktober 2014.

  1. DecapitatedSaint

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    Soeben bundle vorbestellt, das TShirt ist auch mega..
     
  2. Lobi

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  3. Lobi

    Lobi Till Deaf Do Us Part

    Ich würde ja gerne...

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    King Crimson will be touring for six weeks this summer in June and early July together with the Zappa band in the USA and Canada. The full list of dates is yet to be confirmed, but today does see the announcement of a concert at The Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts in Vienna, Virginia on June 30th.
     
  4. Cracking Necks

    Cracking Necks Deaf Dealer

    Eigentlich eine sehr coole Band, ich frage mich manchmal nur wer den ganzen kram von denen eigentlich kaufen soll?
    Besonders wenn alle Welt rumheult, dass niemand mehr physische Tonträger kauft? Ich habe mir zuletzt die 50th-Version mit dem Steven Wilson Mix von
    der "In the Court of the Crimson King" gekauft, sehr geil, aber damit bin ich dann auch für die nächsten 50 Jahre versorgt…!
     
  5. Lobi

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    Ich.
     
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  6. Cracking Necks

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    Na denn...
     
  7. Lobi

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  8. Lobi

    Lobi Till Deaf Do Us Part

    Top 6 Bands That Were Predecessors to Modern Progressive Metal
    There would-ve been no Peripheries or Mastodons without these guys.

    King Crimson
    Formed in Uk in 1968 by Robert Fripp, King Crimson aimed at playing a more intellectual type of hard rock with longer songs, weird arrangements, and complex rhythmic structure. The band quickly achieved success in the UK with their first album “In The Court Of The Crimson King”, although they were not nearly as big as the Deep Purples and Led Zeppelins of the era. After their debut album, King Crimson’s style saw small adjustments and changes throughout the ‘70s. Despite the radical shift, the band underwent in 1981 when their style was more avant-garde than rock, they returned to a heavier sound in the early ‘00s showing the young kids how it’s done.

    https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/art...edecessors_to_modern_progressive_metal-103175
     
  9. Lobi

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  11. Lobi

    Lobi Till Deaf Do Us Part

    Erscheint morgen und ist für je zw. 5€ und 8€ als CD und um die 13€ als 10" bei jpc (Vinyl portofrei) und Amazon zu haben. Eigentlich wollte ich auch bei KC nicht jeden Scheiß mitmachen. Jetzt mach ich halt doch jeden Scheiß mit.
     
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  12. Lobi

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    https://www.youtube.com/embed/ZchNSgPHweI (dürfte nicht lange online bleiben)
     
  13. Lobi

    Lobi Till Deaf Do Us Part

    Stick Men werden im November in Europa unterwegs sein. Bisher steht ein Deutschland-Date: 09.11. in Bonn. Hoffentlich werden sie dieses Mal Mel Collins oder David Cross als Gast dabei haben. So oder so: Pflichtveranstaltung.
     
  14. Lobi

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  15. Lobi

    Lobi Till Deaf Do Us Part

    Ein kluger Typ meinte letztens: "Wenn die Geige zu Beginn von Starless erklingt, wird klar: alle andere Musik ist gegen King Crimson irrelevant." Vollste Zustimmung. Die Cat Food 50th Ann. Edt. bleibt dennoch ein überflüssiges Release. Wenigstens waren CD und 10" billig.
     
  16. Rotfuchs

    Rotfuchs Till Deaf Do Us Part

    Ich habe Katzen, es gab ein King Crimson Shirt mit Katzenfutter - Natürlich musste ich es kaufen. Insofern ist das Release für mich ganz passend.
     
  17. Lobi

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  18. Lobi

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    There are six forms of the Eternal King Crimson (plus an invisible seventh). None of these forms are fixed: they are all fluid and in motion. They are all equally valid and necessary ways (or strategies) by which Crimson is Crimson, continues to be Crimson, and continues Crimsonising.

    At particular points of the Crimson process, as Crimson moves through sequential time, one particular strategy tends to be dominant although all continue to be simultaneously present and necessary. “Fixing” or limiting the ways of being Crimson has the effect of locking KC outside of its process. Then, it begins to ossify. Then, it begins to die.

    Fans tend to like and demand one or two of the six forms of being Crimson, and demand that this way/s take/s precedence over the others. When a fan demands that one particular strategy drives the group, this is restrictive. When they demand that this strategy is unchanging, this is destructive.

    Six Forms of Crimsonising:

    The Unfolding Crimson: this is the transmission and generation of the originating Crimson impulse through its “children”.
    The Evolving Crimson: this is the renewing and renewal of that impulse, the “return to the Crimson source”.
    The One And Only Crimson: this is the identity of Crimson, its pattern of characteristics which make Crimson recognisably Crimson, in whatever body or form.
    The Interacting Crimson: this is where Crimson interfaces, interconnects and cross-references, supports and is supported by / with other forms of possible and impossible Crimson.
    The Possible Crimson: this is what is possible for Crimson, according to its essential pattern. It is achieved by excluding what is impossible.
    The Impossible Crimson: this is where Crimson makes it up as it goes along (and not only musically). The impossible is allowed to enter, by allowing Crimson the freedom to discover itself in the moment.

    These are all “pure” or essential forms of Crimsonising. These fluid strategies become increasingly fixed and limited (or “existential”) as they move out into the world - for example, the worlds of professional players, the music industry and fan commentary. At the lower reaches of all of these, nothing happens or can happen.
    My recommendation to help keep these forms “pure”: let go.
    If you love Crimson, let it go.
    If you love yourself, let it go.

    Robert Fripp
    Tuesday 29th. August, 2000
    Chateau Belew, Mount Juliet, Tennessee
     
  19. Lobi

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