Category: Rock

Elephant Talk - King Crimson - Indiscipline (DVD)

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  1. Elephant Talk King Crimson. Produced by King Crimson & Rhett Davies. Album Discipline. Indiscipline 5. Thela Hun Ginjeet 6. The Sheltering Sky 7. Discipline.
  2. Jul 31,  · Label: Discipline Global Mobile - CLUB47,Inner Knot - CLUB47 • Series: The King Crimson Collectors' Club • Format: 2x, DVD DVD-Audio, DVD-Video, Multichannel, NTSC, Club Edition, Special Edition, Stereo Region 0 • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Art Rock, Prog Rock/5(10).
  3. The DVD A also features over 30 minutes of rare, previously unseen footage of the band - a rare gift for Crimson fans. This set is similar to previous in that it is a 2-digipak format in a slipcase with extensive new sleeve notes by King Crimson biographer Sid Smith.
  4. The DVD is the star, featuring the album on MLP Lossless surround & DTS digital, and MLP Lossless & PCM stereo. The video content features performances of `Elephant Talk', `Frame by Frame' and `Indiscipline' from 2 different sessions for the BBC's Old Grey Whistle Test/5().
  5. DVD Elephant Talk Mastered By – Robert Fripp, Simon Heyworth Producer [Produced By] – King Crimson, Rhett Davies: DVD Frame By Frame Mastered By – Robert Fripp, Simon Heyworth Producer [Produced By] – King Crimson, Rhett Davies: DVD Matte Kudasai Mastered By – Robert Fripp, Simon Heyworth Producer [Produced By] – King /5(6).
  6. Oct 24,  · The DVD-Audio disc adds a DTS mix, hi-res stereo mix, original album mix, new album mix and even a rough mix from the original sessions. on top of that, you get the 12" dance mix of Elephant Talk and other audio extras plus footage of the Old Grey Whistle Test performances, new notes co-written by Fripp and more!
  7. "Indiscipline" is a song by King Crimson, from the album Discipline. The song has become a fan favorite over the years and was often played live. On the Beat tour, for example, it closed all of the shows and began with a Bill Bruford drum solo.
  8. "Elephant Talk" is a song by the band King Crimson and was released in on the Discipline album. The song is led primarily by Tony Levin's Chapman stick, playing a Go-go-style bass line. The band plays verses, choruses and several guitar solos, the latter of which are deliberately played and processed to resemble trumpeting elephants or.
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