King Crimson — KC50: Vol.14~Vol.18 (12 April 2019) ⊂★⊃ Spurred on by Robert Fripp’s innovative guitar work, arguably the definitive exponents of British progressive rock.
Location: London, UK
Genres: Avant~Prog, Progressive Rock, Progressive Metal, Math Rock
Album released: 12 April 2019
Record Label: DGM
KC50 Vol. 14: FraKctured
01. FraKctured — Commentary 1:51
02. FraKctured (from “The ReconstruKction of Light”) 9:21
KC50 Vol. 15: Travel Weary Capricorn / Mars
1. Travel Weary Capricorn / Mars — Commentary 2:32
2. Travel Weary Capricorn / Mars (Live at Fillmore West, Dec. 14, 1969) 9:36
KC50 Vol. 16: Sheltering Sky
01. Sheltering Sky — Commentary 2:09
02. Sheltering Sky (From The Noise) (Live at Frejus 1982) 10:54
KC50 Vol. 17: Dinosaur
01. Dinosaur — Commentary 2:42
02. Dinosaur (Edit) 3:43
KC50 Vol. 18: Medley
01. Medley — Commentary 1:56
02. Medley (From Heartbeat) (The Abbreviated King Crimson 1991) 1:23
⊂★⊃ In celebration of their 50th anniversary, pioneering English prog~rockers King Crimson is releasing 50 rare or unusual tracks from the band’s archives.
⊂★⊃ Starting on January 13th, the date the band was formed in the Fulham Palace Café in 1969, the band will release one track per week for the remaining 50 weeks of 2019. Commentary from King Crimson manager and producer David Singleton is included in every track’s introduction.
⊂★⊃ As the band’s website details: On the evening of Monday January 13th, 1969, King Crimson formally began rehearsals in the basement of the Fulham Palace Road Cafe. After hauling their equipment down the stairs into their cramped rehearsal room Greg Lake, Ian McDonald, Michael Giles, Robert Fripp plugged in their instruments and with Peter Sinfield operating lights and sound, played and worked on material for the next hour and a half.
⊂★⊃ By July of that year, the band was performing in Hyde Park on the same bill as The Rolling Stones to an audience of up to 500,000 people. By October, the debut album: “In the Court of the Crimson King” was in the Top 5 of the UK album charts, shortly followed by a top 30 position in the US album charts and a No 1 slot — replacing Abbey Road — in the Japanese international chart. By December, following a series of US concerts finishing at San Francisco’s Fillmore West, the band’s first line~up had imploded.
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