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It's a delight to stock what is Audio Notes first release. As you would expect it is of the highest quality, both in its truly audiophile production as in the breathtaking nature of music and the playing of Vincent Belanger. This has been autographed by Vincent.
A King Crimson ProjeKct, A Scarcity Of Miracles is the debut release from (Jakko) Jakszyk, (Robert) Fripp, and (Mel) Collins. Featuring a dream rhythm section comprising Gavin Harrison and Tony Levin, ASOM is a sonically rich and detailed collection of surprisingly accessible and heartfelt songs which boasts a seductive, widescreen production.
When Robert Fripp declared in 1974 that King Crimson had "ceased to exist" nobody could have foreseen that they would break their silence seven years later with an album that perhaps had more in common with the then current post-punk new wave than the band's progressive rock past. Discipline represented a startling reinvention for this most restless of bands.
One of the defining albums of British rock music & one of the finest debut albums of all time. Described at the time as 'an uncanny masterpiece' by Pete Townshend, the album has achieved legendary status over the years. This is a stunning repackaging including original and additional material, original masters and remixes.
Featuring new stereo and 5.1 surround mixes (by Steven Wilson and Robert Fripp), Sid Smith sleeve notes and extra tracks (including Greg Lake's guide vocal rendition of Cadence And Cascade), this is a definitive edition of a classic album.
Featuring new stereo and 5.1 surround mixes (by Steven Wilson and Robert Fripp), Sid Smith sleeve notes and copious extra tracks and alternate versions, this is a definitive edition of a frequently beautiful and sometimes unfairly overlooked part of King Crimson's always intriguing back catalogue.
Larks' Tongues In Aspic, from 1973, is widely regarded as one of the truly great King Crimson albums. With its raw tone, inspired improvisations and hard hitting odd-metered rhythms, the album marked a radical departure for this most forward thinking of groups and was the first to include Bill Bruford and John Wetton as band members.
KC's third, with an expanded range of instruments allowing for intricately interwoven instrumental passages, with Fripp's guitar & Tippett's piano pleasingly to the fore.
King Crimson's classic 1974 album as it should be heard. Featuring additional material and rarely seen footage from French TV from 1974 featuring performances of Lark's Tongues in Aspic II, The Night Watch, Lament & Starless.
An experimental hybrid of live material and studio recordings, Starless sits between the landmark releases, Larks' Tongues In Aspic and Red. A wonderfully repackaged version of this great album as part of 40th Anniversary relaese programme.