Monthly Archives: December 2015
Great vocal from Greg Lake in this live performance of Epitaph by King Crimson live at the Fillmore West in 1969. Advertisements
The Daughter Of The Water is the fifth track on the new album by UK prog rock band The Tirith. The song was originally written in 1972 (!) and owes a lot to the lyrical inspiration of Pete Sinfield.
Formentera Lady is the opening track on Islands, King Crimson’s fourth studio album. I wore out my vinyl copy of this album some time in the mid seventies. Robert Fripp – guitar, mellotron, harmonium (6), sundry implements Peter Sinfield – words, sounds and visions, cover design & painting Mel Collins – saxophones, flute, bass flute […]
Islands is the title and last track from the fourth studio album by King Crimson, released December 1971. Islands would be the last King Crimson studio album before the group’s trilogy of Larks’ Tongues in Aspic, Starless and Bible Black and Red. It’s also the last to feature the lyrics of Peter Sinfield. This […]
Gin Lil is a track from the Tales From The Tower album by UK Prog Rock band The Tirith, featuring Richard Cory on bass and vocals, Tim Cox on guitar and keyboards, and Carl Nightingale on drums.
Nine Feet Underground is the last track on Caravan’s 1971 album In The Land Of Grey And Pink. Sublime keyboard playing on this 22 minute long epic from David Sinclair.