Rock  Progressive
King Crimson Live at the Marquee, London, July 6th, 1969 CLUB1 CD
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FormatAudio CD
Ordering NumberCLUB1
Release date18.04.2015

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      On July 5th, 1969, King Crimson played to upwards of 500, 000 people on a bill topped by The Rolling Stones in Hyde Park, London. It was a pivotal point for the band. The next evening, King Crimson played their regular club date - a crammed Marquee Club in the same city. Recorded by an audience member, the original tape of the concert found its way to Robert Fripp & DGM many years later. Extensive audio restoration was applied & though it’s still never going to be a ‘hi-fi’ experience, as one of the earliest live recordings of the band, it has been a consistent seller for DGM for many years. Pre-dating the release of “In The Court Of The Crimson King” by more than three months & showcasing material from that album, the tape captures the raw power that had already made Crimson London’s hottest new band. Also included is the only known recording/performance of ‘Trees’ from October 1969. While the audio quality of this recording is poor & no amount of restoration can improve upon that, its rarity earned it a place as a bonus track.

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      CD 1
      • 1. 21st Century Schizoid Man06:20
      • 2. Drop In05:41
      • 3. I Talk To The Wind05:17
      • 4. Epitaph03:21
      • 5. Travel Weary Capricorn11:06
      • 6. Improv12:29
      • 7. Mars08:28
      • 8. Trees18:41
      • Total:01:11:23