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|1. Larks' Tongues In Aspic, Part One|
|2. Book Of Saturday|
|4. Easy Money|
|5. The Talking Drum|
|6. Larks' Tongues In Aspic, Part Two|
Fripp's guitar met with the violent violin work of David Cross on this 1973 LP, recorded after this lineup had been touring like crazy in late '72. Wetton's melodic bass, Bruford's maniacal drums and the stellar percussion work of Jamie Muir rounded out this killer Crimson incarnation; they do both parts of the title piece; Exiles; Easy Money , and the rest of the LP, all beautifully remastered!
Except for a few exciting moments this was disappointing both for the quality and the involvement of the music chosen. Read morePublished 14 months ago by This is not a review it is a comment on Amazon setting ates. Before rendering a review read the book
This is obviously a mishap from the manufacturer, not amazon nor its sales...This double CD was shrink wrapped and sealed, but only contained disc 1. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Brian Baggett
One the best early 1970's progressive record...leadind the way for the next ELP, Genesis, and others...and the road to Red..!!
The 5.1 mix from S. Wilson is awesome. Read more
This latest and arguably most anticipated remix of the early King Crimson albums is an exercise in wondrous excess. Remixed for 5. Read morePublished on Feb. 14 2013 by Martin A Hogan
One of Crimson's best just got a whole lot better. This set stretched across 15 disc has it all. Great live CD's, a Steven Wilson 5. Read morePublished on Oct. 30 2012 by Stephen Bieth
This review is of the original album - I can't speak to the quality of remastering or anything technical. Read morePublished on April 2 2005
I was recently very bored so I was searching through my dad's box of vynils and came across Larks tongues in Aspic. Read morePublished on June 16 2004
this line up makes music ahead of their times...
any lovers of new king crimson like "the power to believe" will fall in love with this music. Read more
I saw these guys open for ......I cant even remember now. They were the opening act and I assumed it would be the King Crimson everyone hated (the Islands band). Read morePublished on March 3 2004 by Robert J. Salo