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    Posted: September 12 2010 at 19:00
Here is the link to "Sparks Flung in Triptych," a tribute to the second and third incarnations of King Crimson. 

The second incarnation, commencing with Lark's Tongue in Aspic, supplies the pun for the title. The triptych consists of Robert Fripp, John Wetton, and Bill Bruford. The beat, however, is more consistent with the subsequent incarnation, in which Adrian Belew and Tony Levin supported Robert Fripp's complex patterns, while Bill Bruford adopted a "world music" sound on drums.

The song appears in the Tribute collection:

http://www.gregorysidakmusic.com/component,8/action,show_content/id,8/album_id,4/

Scroll halfway down the page. It is a full-length 256 kbps sample.

Enjoy.

Greg
My website contains more than 120 songs recorded in a variety of genres. Please visit: www.gregorysidakmusic.com
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