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SUBJECT: OT AAJ Review: King Crimson, Larks’ Tongues in Aspic 40th Back to Subjects
Oct 22 2012
at 6:20 AM
Since I was told there was interest in Steven Wilson, here’s review of King Crimson’s Larks’ Tongues in Aspic (40th Anniversary Series) box set, today at All About Jazz. A whopping 15 discs - 13 CDs, 1 DVD and one Blu-Ray - feature every known note this short-lived quintet recorded, before percussionist wildcard Jamie Muir left, leaving guitarist Robert Fripp, violinist David Cross, bassist/vocalist John Wetton and drummer Bill Bruford to tour and record for the next two years. From lo-fi audience recordings to Steven WIlson’s sparkling new stereo and surround mixes, this is the new gold standard for how archival box sets should be done. Review here:
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Oct 24 2012
at 3:54 PM
Bookmark and Share I pre-ordered the full Larks’ Tongue in Aspic limited edition set. Can’t wait to hear it. Steve has done a great job remastering the KC catalog. I enjoy Porcupine Tree and his solo offerings as well.
Tom Rudd
Oct 24 2012
at 9:49 AM
Bookmark and Share Can’t wait to pick this up. What a deal under $20.00. I was lucky enough to see King Crimson, the origional line up in 1972 opening up for Edgar Winter. Never forget that show.
Oct 23 2012
at 6:45 PM
Bookmark and Share Steven Wilson is the the "King-Remixer" From what I have heard, with his Tull and KC work; It is OUTSTANDING !!
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