History Music / KingCrimson

30th Jul '17 2:53:45 PM bt8257
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** "Get Thy Bearings" by Music/{{Donovan}}, "Mars, the Bringer of War" (from ''The Planets'') by Music/GustavHolst, "Prism" by Pierre Favre, "'Music/{{Heroes}}'" by Music/DavidBowie. [[note]] Fripp played guitar on the original version of this song, and Belew played the song live as a member of Bowie's touring band. [[/note]]
** Don't forget [[Music/{{Revolver}} "Tomorrow Never Knows!"]]

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** "Get Thy Bearings" by Music/{{Donovan}}, "Mars, the Bringer of War" (from ''The Planets'') by Music/GustavHolst, "Prism" by Pierre Favre, "'Music/{{Heroes}}'" "'Heroes'" by Music/DavidBowie. [[note]] Fripp played guitar on the original version of this song, and Belew played the song live as a member of Bowie's touring band. [[/note]]
** Don't forget [[Music/{{Revolver}} "Tomorrow Never Knows!"]]Knows"]]!
7th Jul '17 10:56:39 PM SinNanna
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* LighterAndSofter: ''Islands'' is a lot softer and airier than the albums that came before and after it.
30th Jun '17 5:54:37 PM SinNanna
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* ControlFreak: Robert Fripp in the early days of the band. It ended up driving multiple musicians, including vocalist Gordon Haskell, out of the band. He's mellowed out significantly since then, however.


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* FracturedFairyTale: ''Lizard'' gives off this impression with its medieval aesthetic and more baroque sound combined with the band's usual heaviness.
30th Jun '17 8:05:31 AM Yoshiman400
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[[caption-width-right:400:The ''Starless and Bible Black'' lineup: (L-R) John Wetton, David Cross, Robert Fripp, and Bill Bruford.]]
18th May '17 11:06:47 AM Yoshiman400
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* ''The Power to Believe'' (LP, 2003) - studio versions of "Level Five" & "Dangerous Curves" [[note]] Songs initially developed during the [=ProjeKct=] years [[/note]], new versions of "Eyes Wide Open" and "Happy with What You Have to Be Happy With"

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* ''The Power to Believe'' (LP, 2003) - studio versions of "Level Five" & "Dangerous Curves" [[note]] Songs initially developed during the [=ProjeKct=] years years; "Level Five" has since been deemed by Fripp as the latest installment of the "Larks' Tongues" series [[/note]], new versions of "Eyes Wide Open" and "Happy with What You Have to Be Happy With"



** The best example from the band's studio work is the twenty-three-minute "Lizard", though they have done so much of this throughout their career that they practically count as the {{Trope Codifier}}s. (If counted as one song, "Larks' Tongues in Aspic" would be even longer, at around thirty-six minutes; however, it was released in four separate parts across three albums).

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** The best example from the band's studio work is the twenty-three-minute "Lizard", though they have done so much of this throughout their career that they practically count as the {{Trope Codifier}}s. (If counted as one song, "Larks' Tongues in Aspic" would be even longer, at around thirty-six minutes; however, it was released in four five separate parts across three albums).albums plus an LP).
26th Apr '17 2:37:47 PM Impostor
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* Ian Wallace (197172): drums

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* Ian Wallace (197172): (197172; died 2007): drums
26th Apr '17 9:50:13 AM Gustaffah
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** On one live album, Adrian Belew does a version of Music/TheBeatles' "Free as a Bird" from ''Music/TheBeatlesAnthology'', although for some reason he only sings the Lennon bits.

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** On one live album, Adrian Belew does a version of Music/TheBeatles' "Free as a Bird" from ''Music/TheBeatlesAnthology'', although for some reason but since this was a recording from just before the release of the documentary (and as such, the song itself), he only sings the Lennon bits.bits (as those were available before on bootlegs).
1st Apr '17 5:22:50 PM DavidDelony
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* [[Music/EmersonLakeAndPalmer Greg Lake]] (196870; R.I.P. 2016): bass, vocals

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* [[Music/EmersonLakeAndPalmer Greg Lake]] (196870; R.I.P. died 2016): bass, vocals



* [[Music/BadCompany Boz Burrell]] (197172; R.I.P. 2006): bass, vocals

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* [[Music/BadCompany Boz Burrell]] (197172; R.I.P. died 2006): bass, vocals



* John Wetton (197274; R.I.P. 2017): bass, vocals, piano

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* [[Music/{{Asia}} John Wetton Wetton]] (197274; R.I.P. died 2017): bass, vocals, piano
16th Mar '17 4:02:12 PM DrNoPuma
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* CreepyJazzMusic: Despite not usually being classified as a jazz band, they have recorded songs in this style, especially "21st Century Schizoid Man", and "One More Red Nightmare".
20th Feb '17 1:08:56 AM bt8257
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* [[Music/BadCompany Boz Burrell]] (197172): bass, vocals

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* [[Music/BadCompany Boz Burrell]] (197172): (197172; R.I.P. 2006): bass, vocals
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