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The 21st Century Guide to King Crimson: Volume One 1969-1974

Label: DGM Live
Released: 2004
Track listing: CD1: In the Studio: 1969-1971: 21st Century Schixoid Man; I Talk to the Wind; Epitaph; Moonchild; The Court of the Crimson King; Peace—A Theme; Cat Food; Groon; Cadence and Cascade; In the Wake of Poseidon (instrumental edit); Ladies of the Road; Sailor's Tale (abridged); Islands (instrumental edit); Tuning Up; Bolero.

CD2: Live: 1969-1972: The Court of the Crimson King; A Man, A City; 21st Century Schizoid Man; Get Thy Bearings; Mars; Pictures of a City; The Letters; A Sailor's Tale; Groon; 21st Century Schizoid Man (instrumental edit).

CD3: In the Studio: 1972-1974: Larks' Tongues in Aspic Part I (abridged); Book of Saturday; Easy Money; Larks' Tongues in Aspic Part II; The Night Watch; The Great Deceiver; Fracture; Starless (abridged); Red; Fallen Angel; One More Red Nightmare.

CD4: Live: 1973-1974: Asbury Park; The Talking Drum; Larks' Tongues in Aspic Part II; Lament; We'll Let You Know; Improv: Augsburg; Exiles (abridged); Easy Money; Providence; Starless and Bible Black; 21st Century Schizoid Man; Trio.

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The 21st Century Guide to King Crimson: Volume One 1969-1974

Read "The 21st Century Guide to King Crimson: Volume One 1969-1974" reviewed by John Kelman

Of all the groups to emerge from the late '60s-early '70s heyday of British Progressive Rock (capitals fully intended), no group has reinvented itself more frequently and, perhaps, more rapidly than King Crimson. As time has gone on the group's ostensible leader Robert Fripp has refashioned the group through periods of high melodrama to nuevo metal ...


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