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Absent Lovers: Live in Montreal

Summary
Absent Lovers: Live in Montreal is a live album (2-CD set) by the band King Crimson, recorded 11 July 1984, and released in 1998. This was taken from the final night of their 1984 tour and would subsequently be King Crimson's last performance until the warm-up shows in Argentina ten years later for the later-to-be-released album THRAK. King Crimson Robert Fripp – electric guitar, guitar synthesizer, mixing, mastering, production Adrian Belew – electric guitar, drums, vocals Tony Levin – bass guitar, Chapman Stick, synthesizer, backing vocals, photography Bill Bruford – drums, electronic drums, percussion Technical staff George Glossop – live mixing Brad Davis – recording engineer David Singleton – mixing, mastering, engineering, editing Alex Mundy – assistant engineering SADiE – digital editing DOCdata – glass master Visual staff P. J.
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