Clearly it wasn’t just their musical reputations that had been enhanced by appearing at Hyde Park the previous day as Ian McDonald notes in his dairy:[endtease] “Up p.m. Dik and Vic came over…Mike (Giles) picked me up and went to Marquee. Did gig. Came back to flat with 9 chicks(!)” During this gig, they zip through rock, pop, folk, jazz and classical – sometimes all in one song. It’s little wonder that they had a spring in their step. After all it’s not often you play to most of hippiedom one day, return to your word-of-mouth supporters the next (499 to be exact) and then roll into Wessex studios the day after to record Epitaph with Moody Blue producer, Tony Clarke. “The audience tape is rumoured to be of Sunday 6th July” writes Fripp. “I am unable to confirm that, but it does sound, and feel to me like Crimso at the Marquee.”

AUDIO SOURCE: Audience Bootleg

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21st Century Schizoid Man
06:21
02
Drop In
05:42
03
I Talk To The Wind
05:17
04
Epitaph
03:20
05
Travel Weary Capricorn
11:07
06
Improv
12:28
07
Mars
08:22

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