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King Crimson


Eclectic Prog

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Billy Pilgrim
5 stars The start of something beautiful!!! The first album in the Wetton era of crimson. And IMO the best. This is like nothing you've heard before. Completely unique in every way. It features one of the best drummers of all time, one of the best guitarists of all time, a good bassist/singer, and a violinist. What a line up! The three instrumentals are great. The first LTIA is beyond great, it is flawless. Exiles was a concert staple and is my favorite track on the album, complete with a Fripp lead, and is David Cross's best track. Book of Saturday is a beautiful little track that is light and easy to listen to. Easy Money is more in the eclectic vain and not so melodic, and is slightly heavier. An essential album which might be my favorite from King Crimson. Deffintly the album in which David Cross played his biggest role. Thank God for this album, but it if you don't already have it.
Billy Pilgrim | 5/5 |


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