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Midori - Live in Tokyo 2015 - Second Show

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Harvey
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Harvey For anyone who enjoys the music of King Crimson. These guys have and still deliver. Great Stuff Favorite track: Larks' Tongues in Aspic, Part 2.
Robert Wright-Stasko
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Robert Wright-Stasko I was pleased to see that these shows were being released and pre ordered them immediately. The Stick Men are amazing to begin with, but with the addition of another former Crim, David Cross, something magical happens. Hearing them perform the original arrangement of "The Talking Drum/Larks Tongues in Aspic Pt II" is a treat not to be missed. Favorite track: Breathless.
John Cratchley
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John Cratchley You'll find most (if not all) Stick Men albums in my collection...they are a phenomenon,I think...relentlessly driving,mind-bogglingly complex,dynamic and breathtakingly risk taking...they are a real roller-coaster ride!
The addition of David Cross (with his KC pedigree) is a wonderful bonus and it all works perfectly! Recording Live is their natural metier for me...exciting and exhilarating...


Lutz Stahlhofen
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Lutz Stahlhofen I always liked this tune and was so happy to hear it here. David Cross was somehow ou of my sight for all those years since he left King Crimson but he sure does a great job. His violin fits in so well to the Stick Men tunes. Favorite track: The Talking Drum.
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Live at Billboard, Tokyo, 10 April 2015, Show 2

( Show 1 can be found here:
iapetus-store.com/album/midori-live-in-tokyo-2015-first-show )

In April 2015 Stick Men put on four historic concerts in Japan, with special guest, legendary King Crimson violinist David Cross. The live recording of the 2 Tokyo shows, titled Midori, will be released as a double CD in Japan only, but you can pre-order the digital download of both shows now, from the iapetus store.

David Cross: Violin and Keyboard
Markus Reuter: Touch Guitars® AU8, Soundscaping and Keyboard
Tony Levin: Stick and Voice
Pat Mastelotto: Acoustic and Electronic Drums and Percussion

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released June 15, 2015

F.O.H and Recording Engineer: Robert Frazza

Mixed by Benni Schäfer and Markus Reuter in Berlin, Germany
Mastered by Fabio Trentini

Produced by Markus Reuter for Unsung Productions, unsung-productions.com (p) + (c) Stick Men 2015

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