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King Crimson


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4.42 | 2775 ratings

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5 stars STUNNING , THE CREATIVE SOURCE OF progressive . Glorious , Lark's tongues in aspict was released in 1973 ,it was simply one of few albums released that time ,((( Nameless ))))) . In my opinion progressive rock was created at that time . Experimental kind of music that the very few of listener can tolerate at that period . It took me from 1974 till 2008 to discover what the meaning of this giant work , every new day comes with new dimensions ,it opens windows consisting of turning points against the future & the past . Also it's not easy at all to review this album track by track , it's not an easy going work . From Aspic part 1 , book of saturdays ,exiles ,easy money , the talkin drum & asic part2 , are all one track , Amazing work , by the best team ever known in the world of progressive , fripp , brufford, cross , wetton & muir . this work simply touch your feelings if you're a musician yourself . I'm in fact 54 years all , and i'm living around this planet since 1953 , So , nothing before & nothing after this album needs your attention more than this amazing work proggers . i was brief in this review , i'm sure that Crimson's Aspic can be reviewed by itself . 5 STARS for all tracks with no exception . And , one extra brilliant star in addition to the rate from an honest old man . Tracking Tracks of Rock . tracks toni
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