In The Wake of Posedon

Recorded in the aftermath of King Crimson’s implosion in 1969, when two of its founding members unexpectedly quit the band, In the Wake Of Poseidon is an eclectic and experimental mix of bone-crunching riffs, Beatles-ish pop, tender ballads, soaring mellotron-drenched anthems and inscrutable atonal episodes. Highlights include Fripp’s savage guitar throughout Pictures Of A City and Greg Lake’s stunning vocal on the title track - his last with the group before his departure to form ELP. Thanks to the success of their 1969 debut, when In The Wake Of Poseidon was released in May 1970 it peaked at No.4 in the UK charts with one journalist proclaiming “If Wagner were alive today he’d work with King Crimson.”
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01
Peace- A Begining
00:50
02
Pictures Of A City (Including 42nd At Treadmill)
08:01
03
Cadence And Cascade
04:37
04
In The Wake Of Poseidon (Including Libra's Theme)
07:56
05
Peace - A Theme
01:15
06
Cat Food
04:53
07
The Devil's Triangle
11:37
08
Peace - An End
02:54
09
Cat Food [Single Version]
02:47
10
Groon
03:32
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