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Karn/Polytown

Discussion in 'Bassists [BG]' started by Michedelic, Jan 5, 2014.

  1. Michedelic

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    Thought I'd post this, I think it's out of print...

    If you're a fan of the realm of music that includes King Crimson and Porcupine Tree, to all the Bill Laswell stuff, and have only heard of this rather than actually heard it, here you go. Karn was such a singular talent.
  2. Qlanq

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    Didn't know about this. Love Mick and his playing. Cheers.
  3. cnltb

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    I got it but don't listen to it much these days.
  4. Roscoe East

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    Glad I bought it when it first came out -- it's sad when a stellar musician's works cease to be available -- but tbh it's not Karn's (nor Torn's, nor Bozzio's) best work by a long shot. Definitely worth a listen though.
  5. Fretless maniac

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    3 years since Mick Karn died. I am more of a Dalis Car fan. Polytown is a difficult record.

    Regards

    Oivind

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