To celebrate their 50th anniversary, King Crimson are releasing 50 rare or unusual tracks from the archives. Starting on 13th January, the date the band was formed in the Fulham Palace Café in 1969, these tracks will be released one a week for the remaining 50 weeks of 2019. Each track will be introduced by a commentary from David Singleton, King Crimson manager and producer.

King Crimson will also be performing 50 concerts in their 2019 Celebration tour – playing in the UK, France, Germany, Poland, Holland, Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Mexico, USA, Canada, Brazil, Argentina, Chile. Tickets available from www.dgmlive.com. https://www.dgmlive.com/tours?livesho...

AUDIO SOURCE: Various Tapes

DGM AUDIO QUALITY

AVERAGE CUSTOMER RATING

TRACK
TIME
01
Cadence And Cascade Commentary
02:25
02
Cadence And Cascade
04:37
Written by YoungLust
Cascade kissed their names
The second most sang song of King Crimson in terms of number of singers (21ST CENTURY SCHIZOID MAN being the first) now featuring almost all voices that made it legendary (Island's singer being left out, which is a shame) What can I say? This tune features the past, present and even the future of this band. It might not be the heaviest or bombastic of their repertoir, but it's close to be (like Lady of the Dancing Water and I Talk To The Wind) one of the most beautiful song in the prog rock genre. Hope this reminds the fans and the band that King Crimson is not only the sheer exitement of destroying the 4/4, but the calm moments before the eruption.
Written by Fred Brennan
C&CX4
Quietly profound...
DISCOVER THE DGM HISTORY
.

1940s
1950s
1960s
1970s
1980s
1990s
2000s
2010s
.