Larks' Tongues in Aspic

King Crimson’s 1973 album marked a radical departure from everything they’d previously done. With guitarist Robert Fripp as the only survivor from the original line-up, the new line-up featuring the heat-seeking work of ex-Yes drummer Bill Bruford and the virtuoso bass work of ex-Family bassist John Wetton, who also took on vocals here, presented a breath-taking tour of killer riffs, jaw-dropping dynamics, and poignant ballads. Featuring pastoral Vaughan Williams-style interludes from violinist David Cross, this line-up also embraced a spikier sound that was both willing to rock out, as on the unhinged complexities of LTIA Pt2, as well as explore and experiment with unorthodox textures and atmospherics thanks to eccentric percussionist Jamie Muir.
TRACK
TIME
01
Larks' Tongues In Aspic, Part One
13:35
02
Book Of Saturday
02:56
03
Exiles
07:41
04
Easy Money
07:53
05
The Talking Drum
07:25
06
Larks' Tongues In Aspic, Part Two
07:07
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