Definitely one for fans of Michael Giles this one. Stripped of Mellotron and Greg Lake's sonorous multi-tracked vocals, we get an intimate view of the ITWOP rhythm section in action. Of particular interest to fans of the track will be the fact that this is the unedited coda, continuing well past the point when the album version faded out. Once again Stormy Mundy has provided us with another priceless glimpse into this transitional point in Crimson's history.

This track is available as part of Mr Stormy's next bumper collection. His sixth year of treasures from the murky, cavernous DGM archives, is now available for download. His fifth year of treasures from the murky, cavernous DGM archives, is now available for download.

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Poseidon Bass And Drums
04:27
Written by George Chacona
Nice addition
This little slice is a nice addition to my  Wake Of Poseidon Expanded companion disc.  It is once again a delight to have Stormy illuminate these hidden gems.Thank you.
Written by Dan Buxbaum
Michael 'Garguantuan' Giles! s!
Michael Giles certainly had to be the most ’orchestral’ (octopus-like!;) majestic drummer in KC! (And the only one utilizing double bass drums too, I believe, heard here to grand effect!) Mr. Giles (also including Mr. Bruford) truly epitomizes the musical, melodic drummer! Kudos (again) for these revealing insights into the rhythms of Crimson!! Tueday’s might be "just as bad" as Stormy Mondays, but thanks to Mr. Mundy, rhythm section aficionados are overjoyed throughout the calendar! -----------------updated tracklist to the DIY mp3 compilation, ’The Drum & Bass-only King Crimson’:1) In The Wake Of Poseidon (unedited coda)2) Last Skirmish & Prince Rupert’s Lament3) The Great Deceiver4) Thela Hun Ginjeet5) Discipline6) Requiem
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