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Review: UK rockers tight, ticket price tough

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UK, the late-’70s short-lived prog rock band, led by Eddie Jobson, played a great show at the Egg’s Swyer Theater Thursday night. With John Wetton on vocals — another art-rock star from King Crimson and the like — the four man band played their dynamic music with precision and power, their genre holding its age well. Jobson, the draw and the leader, lingered in the back for a good part of the show, controlling things ...


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mstella
April 25, 2013
11:22 p.m.

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John Wetton's voice and bass playing still sound great as well. His vocals werr too low in the mix for the 1st song In the Dead of Night, but they worked it out after that.

Honorable mention for the other King Crimson sing played tonight, the epic and atmospheric Starless, which built up to some incredible moments.

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