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Published on 8th May 2014

King Crimson reveal Starless’ Blue Tapes


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“DGM is pleased to confirm that an October release date has been set for Starless, a multi-disc CD/DVD-A/Blu-Ray boxed set featuring live and studio recordings from October 1973 to April 1974.

This set will feature the first complete release of the blue tapes – the highest quality reel to reel direct to stereo/soundboard live recordings of King Crimson from the era with many appearing on CD for the first time. More details of the content will be announced nearer the time of release as will the pre-order page.

In the meantime if you were you in the audience at any of the gigs listed below and would like to share your memories of the concerts for possible inclusion in the booklet then drop a line to sidsmith at dgmlive dot com as soon as possible. If you’re sitting on any pix, tapes or any other Crimson related items from this period now is the time to get in touch and send them in.”

1973
Glasgow –  23rd October
Liverpool –  24th October
Leicester –  25th October
London –  26th October
Birmingham –  28th October
Bristol –  29th October
Hamburg –  2nd November
Frankfurt –  3rd November
Munich – 4th November
Dusseldorf –  5th November
Strasbourg –  7th November
Saarbrucken –  8th November
Turin – 12th November
Rome – 13th November
Zurich – 15th November
Nancy – 17th November
Lyon – 18th November
Paris – 19th November
Lille – 20th November
Brussels – 22nd November
Amsterdam – 23rd November
Barcelona – 27th November
Barcelona – 28th November
Madrid – 29th November

1974
Udine – 19th March
Brescia – 30th March
Paris – 22nd March
Marseilles – 23rd March
Avignon – 24th March
Besancon – 25th March
Augsberg – 27th March
Dieburg – 28th March
Heidelberg 29th March
Mainz – 30th March
Pforzheim – 31st March
Kassel – 1st April
Gottingen 2nd April
Gottingen – 2nd April

If you have any audience recordings or photographs or memorabilia then please get in touch at the above address.”

Source: Sid Smith’s Post on 8th May 2014
Image: From Hal’s Progressive Rock Blog



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