What a show. Pretty much the closest thing to a 'greatest hits' show as you can get with a band like Crimson. Very bare-bones, production wise - white lights on stage for most of the show (except for when they opened up in 'Starless and Bible Black, when everything went red), nary a word was said by the band. No 'How's everybody doing tonight,' no 'NEW YORK!!' But they didn't need any of that, they did not have to prompt the crowd - we were ready to be floored, and we were. The band got numerous standing ovations throughout the night. I can see why Fripp put the 'drum line' out front - they were the stars of the show! Kudos to the sound engineer for controlling 3 full drum kits without overwhelming the rest of the band! But the non-drumming faction (Fripp, Levin, Jakko and the amazing Mel Collins) shone as well. Every song on the list was dead on the money. Among the songs on the set list (going from memory here), these were absolute standouts: Larks' Tongues Pt. 1 Epitaph Moonchild Catfood Easy Money (with re-written lyrics in order to be more, umm, timely) Starless and Bible Black Indiscipline Court of the Crimson King There was, of course, much more. And the acoustics in Radio City were absolutely prefect. We were in the 3rd mezzanine and could hear a pin drop. Here's the view from our seats (taken before the show - no photography or video allowed during the performance): If prog rock is your thing, you gotta see this tour. Worth every penny.