Muir really shines in what is most likely the highest quality recording of his time in the band, Exiles is absolutely outstanding featuring incredibly emotional vocals and great performances all around, definitely one of the greatest version of Exiles out there.
Larks' Part One is still an early version without the coda, though that does nothing to lessen the impact of the performance featuring erratic and ever-changing percussion from Muir, excellent as always guitar work from Fripp, solid drumming and bass from Bruford and Wetton, Cross's Violin is competent throughout and replaces the Coda together with some bird whistles from Muir. Overall an excellent version of Part One.
The 28 minute improv "The Rich Tapestry Of Life" is an interesting performance featuring high energy parts while still showing calmer sides as well. The Crim Gang pulls out all tools at their disposal with Muir's trademark wild percussion and Cross playing both Mellotron and Violin, which he at one points starts plucking. A great look into the longer dynamic improvs from the Muir days.
Overall one of the highest quality recordings of the Larks lineup and a great start for anyone interested in delving deeper into that era. Highly recommend.