The only band of its generation, and one of the very few of any period,
to be continually influential and innovative throughout its career, King
Crimson's musical adventure continues. Read more
||Posted: 30 March 2015|
|29 September 1970
London, London, UK
Sep. 29, 1970|
This excerpt from the Lizard recording sessions offers listeners an opportunity to hear Indoor Games as it is built up. Starting with Andy McCulloch's count-in, we then hear the harmony lines from Mel Collins' alto then baritone sax as well
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Feb. 11, 1972|
Since Crimso last played the States they’d not only parted company with Peter Sinfield but had managed to break-up during their first writing/rehearsal session in January.
|On This Day
Mar. 30, 1974|
Want to hear the best rendition of Doctor Diamond? This is it.
|Robert Fripp's Diary
Mon., Aug 25, 2014|
Cottage Quite Acceptable, Woodstock.
In the first part of NightWorld, with Greg Lake: attempting to perform In The Wake Of Poseidon live with pre-recorded backing tracks, which wouldn’t quite load or Read more
|Jazz Cafe London, England
December 01, 1997|
’Since 1992 it has again been possible
to discuss without whispering the music of 1969-1976," writes King
Crimson’s Robert Fripp in the sleeve notes to the recently Read more
|Wessex Studio London, London, UK
September 29, 1970|
Posted by: Wilbert
this really is wonderful to listen to: how to build up a song..... !!!!