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The Commodore Ballroom. Performance & event venue in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Discipline is the eighth studio album by English progressive rock band King Crimson, released on 22 September 1981 by . Records in the United Kingdom and by Warner Bros. Records in the United States. This album was King Crimson's first album following a seven-year hiatus. Only founder Robert Fripp and later addition Bill Bruford remained from previous incarnations.
The Commodore Ballroom has always been regarded as Vancouver's premier concert venue in the city. Dire Straits, Talking Heads, Dizzy Gillespie, Blue Rodeo, The. The Commodore Ballroom. 868 Granville Street, Vancouver (BC), V6Z 1K3, Canada.
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Live at the Commodore: The Story of Vancouver's Historic Commodore Ballroom. Arsenal Pulp Press (2014). After my first book, Liquor, Lust, and The Law: The Story of Vancouver's Legendary Penthouse Nightclub, it felt like the time was right to tackle the story of the fabled Commodore Ballroom. The Commodore is remembered as one of the great "bottle clubs" of Vancouver in an era before liquor licenses, when drinking in public, even in a restaurant or nightclub, was illegal. The Vancouver Police Department regularly staged dry squad raids at various nightspots to see if anybody was committing the crime of drinking at a table with friends.
Commodore Ballroom is a renowned music venue, dance floor and nightclub located on 800 block of Granville Street in Vancouver, British Columbia. The building was built in the Art Deco style of the late 1920s by George Conrad Reifel and designed by architect . Best known for showcasing special performances, the venue is also famous for its sprung dance floor, whose horsehair lining absorbs, rather than reflecting back, some of the impact of dancers's feet. The building opened in December 1929 as the Commodore Cabaret. With the onset of the Great Depression, the venue briefly closed four months later.