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Released in early 1973, Larks’ represents King Crimson's third distinct lineup. John Wetton joins Robert Fripp as the finest singer since Greg Lake, while drummer Bill Bruford provides a kinetic power that serves the material elegantly. David Cross’ violin, viola, and flute (on “Exiles”) color the two-part instrumental title track and add an eerie sense to “Book of Saturday.” The bonus tracks further explore the chemistry among the players. Often considered the first part of a trilogy that features Starless and Bible Black and Red, Larks’ is arguably the toughest for new fans to process (though “Exiles” is gorgeous).

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Parental Advisory ??

This is a great album from one of the greatest groups of all time, but parental advisory ?? For what ? Warning this may expand your child's mind !

Amazing album!

Finally! Crimson is on iTunes! To bad I have all three of the albums. Hopefully they’ll Release USA or Thrak on iTunes as well. Anyway this album is a must have for prog fans. Bill Bruford and Jamie Muir’s drumming combined with John Wetton’s bass and vocals, David Cross’s violin and mellotron, and of corse Robert Fripp’s guitar combine to make an album that will leave a lasting impression on you! By all means buy this album! You won’t regret it.

Thank you!

Finally, King Crimson on iTunes....keep it coming iTunes!!


Formed: 1969 in England

Genre: Prog-Rock/Art Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

If there is one group that embodies progressive rock, it is King Crimson. Led by guitar/Mellotron virtuoso Robert Fripp, during its first five years of existence the band stretched both the language and structure of rock into realms of jazz and classical music, all the while avoiding pop and psychedelic sensibilities. The absence of mainstream compromises and the lack of an overt sense of humor ultimately doomed the group to nothing more than a large cult following, but made their albums among the...
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