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King Crimson - Indisciple Mining Rocks album download
King Crimson - Indisciple Mining Rocks album download
Performer: King Crimson
Title: Indisciple Mining Rocks
Country: US
Released: 1982
Rating: 4.9/5
Format: MP3 FLAC AA XM MMF MP2 MPC ASF AUD
FLAC size: 1580 mb | MP3 size: 1685 mb | WMA size: 1137 mb
Genre: Rock

Indisciple Mining Rocks ‎(LP, Unofficial). The cover is a riff on the Discipline album cover, and the back gleefully pilfers Fripp's well-known essay Bootlegging, Royalties and the Moment alongside some enjoyable pseudo-Frippian ramblings from the bootleggers . Through all the shows we were present at, the Stonybrook show came closest in many aspects to representing the disastrous breakdowns in the audience/performer relationship that.

Yalone Two recordings from ABC's "Fridays" variety show in December of 1981 along with a set of audience recordings from Stonybrook University Gym Feb 28, 1982. The sound quality is in the B- (Fridays) to C+ (Stonybrook) range, with the usual sonic pitfalls, but the performances are great, with a really wild "Elephant Talk" starting off the proceedings.

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A1 Elephant Talk A2 Red A3 The Sheltering Sky B1 Thela Hun Ginjeet B2 Turkish Tea B3 Nameless B4 Lark& Tonguesin Aspic Part II B5 Parting Words. Indisciple Mining Rocks (LP, Unofficial). Indisciple Mining Rocks (CD, Album, Unofficial). Yellow Jester Records.

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Tracklist

Elepant Talk 4:35
Red 6:55
The Sheltering Sky 10:17
Thela Hun Ginjeet 4:23
Turkish Tea 5:49
(nameless) 3:10
Larks Tongues In Aspic (part II) 7:08
Parting Words 0:35

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none King Crimson Indisciple Mining Rocks ‎(LP, Unofficial) Yellow Jester Records none US 1982
none King Crimson Indisciple Mining Rocks ‎(LP, Unofficial) Not On Label none US 1982
YJR-01 King Crimson Indisciple Mining Rocks ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Yellow Jester Records YJR-01 US Unknown
none King Crimson Indisciple Mining Rocks ‎(LP, Unofficial) Not On Label none Unknown
KC 1/2 King Crimson Indisciple Mining Rocks ‎(LP, Unofficial, Mul) Verzyl KC 1/2 Unknown


Comments (2)
ladushka
Two recordings from ABC's "Fridays" variety show in December of 1981 along with a set of audience recordings from Stonybrook University Gym Feb 28, 1982. The sound quality is in the B- (Fridays) to C+ (Stonybrook) range, with the usual sonic pitfalls, but the performances are great, with a really wild "Elephant Talk" starting off the proceedings. The most interesting stuff is on side 2, which has an early "Thela Hun Gingeet" with altered lyrics - again from the Fridays show, and contains some nascent versions songs from Beat including "Howl" (here called "Turkish Tea") and a piece of the unreleased track called "Absent Lovers" written during the Discipline sessions - unreleased at the time, as the new 80's era box set sees a proper release of the original studio version. Fripp has done yeoman's work as per usual making sure this era of the band has plenty of live coverage, yet over the collectors club releases its odd some of these early '82 shows where "Absent Lovers" was played aren't represented in the official live discography yet, and so maybe for the fanatic this otherwise sonically substandard Crim bootleg has a certain utility. The album art is ambitious - for a bootleg. Complete with Warner/EG sigils, it had me fooled for a few seconds it was a legitimate promo. My version has plain green labels. The cover is a riff on the Discipline album cover, and the back gleefully pilfers Fripp's well-known essay Bootlegging, Royalties and the Moment alongside some enjoyable pseudo-Frippian ramblings from the bootleggers e.g. "Through all the shows we were present at, the Stonybrook show came closest in many aspects to representing the disastrous breakdowns in the audience/performer relationship that King Crimson would rather avoid."
Madis
Bootlegs exist because WE NEED to hear every single live moment or rehearsal or demo from our beloved artists. That's why we pick them and we "collect" them for the very same psychological reason someone becomes a collector. My point is that if someone (probably the artist or his representatives) blocks a bootleg release MUST replace it with the original release of the same art-event. In different case, the artist blocks the history of music to be revealed and hides his artistic self from us. This is as a bad behaviour as the hunger of the bootleggers for easy money, I tent to believe.