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I GRANDI TRIBUTI AL PROG DEL CLUB IL GIARDINO: KCRIMSONICK King Crimson Tribute.: Evento musica progressiva - Club Il Giardino, Lugagnano di Sona (Verona)

I GRANDI TRIBUTI AL PROG DEL CLUB IL GIARDINO: KCRIMSONICK King Crimson Tribute.: Evento musica progressiva il 25 Novembre 2017

I GRANDI TRIBUTI AL PROG DEL CLUB IL GIARDINO: KCRIMSONICK  King Crimson Tribute.

Evento musica progressiva

Membri del gruppo
Giacomo Anselmi : chitarra
Andrea Bassato : violino elettrico
Lorenzo Feliciati : basso
Daniele Pomo : batteria e percussioni
Riccardo Romano : tastiere, chitarra e voce

Informazioni
1973/74 King Crimson tribute project from Italy

Biografia
Assembled in January 2010 with a monumental task, by February KCrimsonicK were already on stage performing a three songs set to open ex King Crimson violinist David Cross concert in Rome. In the following months, the band kept working and rehearsing the full setlist, including the most utterly complex and challenging music King Crimson ever played. KcrimsonicK point of reference is in fact the 1973/1974 Crimson incarnation, namely the one that recorded and released the amazing "Lark's Tongues in Aspic", "Starless and Bible Black" and "Red" trilogy.

KcrimsonicK line up includes five top musicians, and notably ex Le Orme keyboards and violin player Andrea Bassato, and renewed bass player and session man Lorenzo Feliciati (Pat Mastelotto, Virgil Donati, Mitchell Forman). The band will start touring in november 2010 performing even songs that Crimson themselves never played live.

"Support group was a very good King Crimson tribute band. Andrea, on violin, played my solo on LTpt2 note perfectly - very strange since it was improvised and I never played it the same way again". (David Cross)