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King Crimson


Eclectic Prog

3.06 | 274 ratings

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Evandro Martini
2 stars In the 90s Fripp decided to divide Crimson into sub-groups. He says, on the sleeve: "The practical difficulties of King Crimson working together are immense, expectation from audiences - of repertoire, and what the legendary and august Crimson is, or might be (...) Our current and alternative approach - for smaller units within the Double Trio to work together (...) has already loosened up the band's view of itself and our sense of possible futures."tit made the band become even worse. They didn't have to be in the same level of KC's past, so they just filled two CDs with less than average improvisations. Fripp has improvised much better in his life. Not recommended.
Evandro Martini | 2/5 |


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