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King Crimson|In The Court Of The Crimson King

In The Court Of The Crimson King

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1
21st Century Schizoid Man (Including 'Mirrors')
00:07:22

Robert Fripp, Guitar - Ian McDonald, Reeds, Woodwind, Keyboards, Mellotron, Vocals, Vibraphone [Vibes] - Greg Lake, Bass Guitar, Lead Vocals - Michael Giles, Drums, Percussion, Vocals - Peter Sinfield, Words and illumination - King Crimson, Producer - Robin Thompson, Engineer - Tony Page, Assistant Engineer

2014 Robert Fripp 2014 Robert Fripp

2
I Talk To The Wind
00:06:05

Robert Fripp, Guitar - Ian McDonald, Reeds, Woodwind, Keyboards, Mellotron, Vocals, Vibraphone [Vibes] - Greg Lake, Bass Guitar, Lead Vocals - Michael Giles, Drums, Percussion, Vocals - Peter Sinfield, Words and illumination - King Crimson, Producer - Robin Thompson, Engineer - Tony Page, Assistant Engineer

2014 Robert Fripp 2014 Robert Fripp

3
Epitaph (Including 'March for No Reason' & 'Tomorrow & Tomorrow')
00:08:46

Robert Fripp, Guitar - Ian McDonald, Reeds, Woodwind, Keyboards, Mellotron, Vocals, Vibraphone [Vibes] - Greg Lake, Bass Guitar, Lead Vocals - Michael Giles, Drums, Percussion, Vocals - Peter Sinfield, Words and illumination - King Crimson, Producer - Robin Thompson, Engineer - Tony Page, Assistant Engineer

2014 Robert Fripp 2014 Robert Fripp

4
Moonchild (Including 'The Dream' & 'The Illusion')
00:12:12

Robert Fripp, Guitar - Ian McDonald, Reeds, Woodwind, Keyboards, Mellotron, Vocals, Vibraphone [Vibes] - Greg Lake, Bass Guitar, Lead Vocals - Michael Giles, Drums, Percussion, Vocals - Peter Sinfield, Words and illumination - King Crimson, Producer - Robin Thompson, Engineer - Tony Page, Assistant Engineer

2014 Robert Fripp 2014 Robert Fripp

5
The Court Of The Crimson King (Including 'The Return of the Fire Witch' &'The Dance of the Puppets')
00:10:02

Robert Fripp, Guitar - Ian McDonald, Reeds, Woodwind, Keyboards, Mellotron, Vocals, Vibraphone [Vibes] - Greg Lake, Bass Guitar, Lead Vocals - Michael Giles, Drums, Percussion, Vocals - Peter Sinfield, Words and illumination - King Crimson, Producer - Robin Thompson, Engineer - Tony Page, Assistant Engineer

2014 Robert Fripp 2014 Robert Fripp

6
21st Century Schizoid Man [Bonus Track] (Radio Version)
00:06:41

Robert Fripp, Guitar - Ian McDonald, Reeds, Woodwind, Keyboards, Mellotron, Vocals, Vibraphone [Vibes] - Greg Lake, Bass Guitar, Lead Vocals - Michael Giles, Drums, Percussion, Vocals - Peter Sinfield, Words and illumination - King Crimson, Producer - Robin Thompson, Engineer - Tony Page, Assistant Engineer

2014 Robert Fripp 2014 Robert Fripp

7
I Talk To The Wind [Bonus Track] (Duo Version)
00:04:45

Robert Fripp, Guitar - Ian McDonald, Reeds, Woodwind, Keyboards, Mellotron, Vocals, Vibraphone [Vibes] - Greg Lake, Bass Guitar, Lead Vocals - Michael Giles, Drums, Percussion, Vocals - Peter Sinfield, Words and illumination - King Crimson, Producer - Robin Thompson, Engineer - Tony Page, Assistant Engineer

2014 Robert Fripp 2014 Robert Fripp

8
A Man A City [Bonus Track] (Live At the Fillmore West)
00:11:44

Robert Fripp, Guitar - Ian McDonald, Reeds, Woodwind, Keyboards, Mellotron, Vocals, Vibraphone [Vibes] - Greg Lake, Bass Guitar, Lead Vocals - Michael Giles, Drums, Percussion, Vocals - Peter Sinfield, Words and illumination - King Crimson, Producer - Robin Thompson, Engineer - Tony Page, Assistant Engineer

2014 Robert Fripp 2014 Robert Fripp

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