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LARKS' TONGUES IN ASPIC

King Crimson

 

Eclectic Prog

4.39 | 1854 ratings

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soundspectrum
5 stars Larks tongues in aspic is by far the most heavy album from the king crimosn in the seventies. I believe there is something special about this line up. Robert Fripps guitar work is something to be heard by everyone. It is raunchy loud, aggressive...but at the very same time, entirely precise. John Wettons bass playing and singing are a big step up from the out of place haskell era. Bill bruford...welll...he is bill bruford, the best drummer technically, and imaginitivly of all time. David cross compliments the line up perfectly, while jamie muir gives it icing on the cake. Each song is good, especially the two title tracks. I recommend this for any Crimson fan or a general interest in music fan.
soundspectrum | 5/5 |

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