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Saturday, 25 June 2011

King Crimson - In The Court Of The Crimson King [1969]

That's what the face on the cover of this album is saying. It is also inevitably what your mind will say upon hearing it. King Crimson are something of a cult legend these days, but with ItCotCK the band pretty much invented the progressive rock genre as it was to be known in the 1970s.

Combining fast-paced rock with experimental jazz, "Court" provides listeners with the wonderful sounds of Robert Fripp on guitar and Greg Lake on vocals, as well as the shrill horns of the first track, "21st Century Schizoid Man". After this, the album explores a laid-back sound with "I Talk To The Wind", an almost anthemic vocal melody in "Epitaph", experimental percussion in "Moonchild" before culminating in the 9-minute title track, which perfectly rounds off this bizzarro masterpiece of an album.

Mp3, 320 kbps

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