Wessex Studios London

Keith Tippett’s debut recording with King Crimson is heard here in all its isolated glory. Both Fripp and Sinfield were ardent fans of Tippett’s work after they had seen his group performing the previous year. While any pianist could have been contracted in to play on the first track of the Poseidon sessions it’s unlikely that any of them would have come up with such the fiercely inventive approach which Tippett brings to the piece. With its mix of scattergun notes and propulsive accents, Tippett's gleefully subversive take pushes what might otherwise be a quirky pop song into a stranger somewhat off-kilter world that's much more appropriate to the Crimson universe.

AUDIO SOURCE: Multi-Track Tapes

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TRACK
TIME
01
Cat Food Piano
04:52
Written by Grif Rosser
quite brilliant
always knew something weird was going on in "cat food" and hearing tippett's isolated piano confirms it. very cool.
Written by Zigomar José Espindola
Ótimo Músico..... Parabéns.
Keith espero que vocè se recupere logo e a continuar trabalhando com os talendosos dedos. Grande Abraço Zigomar (Brazil)
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