Ladies of The Road

King Crimson was a very small part of Boz's long musical career, but it has often been said that the lyrics to "Ladies of the Road" were an all too accurate representation of this early period of his life as a young man on tour. We offer this unreleased remix, made at the time of the Frame by Frame box set as an all too small, perhaps unlikely, but nonetheless sincere tribute. The review section offers a space for everyone to leave their own thoughts.

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Ladies of the Road
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Written by David Boroski
Dear Mr. Burrell
Dear Mr. Burrell I first saw Crimson in 1970 in Detroit.  You  were terrific.  The old songs and new songs.  What a voice.  When you sang a bluesey version of Court....Wow! I caught all of the Detroit shows and haven’t missed one since (no matter who sang and played bass.) Years later Mr. Fripp was  touring record stores. It was an autograph session.   The guy in line in front of me asked RF about you, rolling his eyes and expecting something negative because of the Bad Company thing.  Mr. Fripp said "Hey, Bad Company is one hell of a Rock N Roll Band." Miss ya Boz.
Written by Ray Zalewski
ladies of the road
the ladies dig sweaty sax.
Written by Rick Whitehurst
Boz
A Crim hi-point... grubby sax and all.
Written by Bruce Norris
Boz, Neal, Jack and me...
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