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With four of A Scarcity of Miracles' participants past Crims—Fripp; drummer Gavin Harrison, from the 2008 tour; bassist Tony Levin a longstanding alum from 1981 on, barring the 2000-03 lineup; and saxophonist/flautist Mel Collins returning after an absence of over 35 years, last appearing as a guest on the landmark Red (DGM Live, 1975)—it's a small leap to place it within the Crimson continuum. Add Jakko M Jakszyk, who managed to do the near-impossible—sing and play… read more

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  • Avatar for S_B_B
    According Jakko Jakszyk's spiritual parents and their incredible history and heritage check http://sbb-music.jimdo.com -> Spyra (root of Jakszyk family) link!
  • Avatar for Josueatthebb
    Gr8
  • Avatar for mariovera69
    Grande Mel Collins,muy bueno
  • Avatar for RichardRZ
    Amazing album
  • Avatar for pawellod
    Outstanding album. Fripp makes gold as always.
  • Avatar for krycha1212
    Great Mel's work on this album.
  • Avatar for UnaLaguna
    A few nice moments here and there, but overall pretty mediocre, I'm disappointed to say.
  • Avatar for coltraneisgod
    pretty generic. collins transform this into muzak.
  • Avatar for leechoflife
    v Very true and very well said.
  • Avatar for FlyMeToTheSun
    This might be an odd comparison to make, but I found A Scarcity of Miracles to be aesthetically similar to late Talk Talk. Not a bad thing at all. Good album. Wrongheaded to assert that this is anymore Crimson than any of the other ProjeKts though. I hope we aren't doomed to have this "is it Crimson or not?" debate for the rest of our lives. (Or Fripp's...)

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