The reputation of the 1972/74 King Crimson line-ups comes from shows such as this soundboard recording of the band. Having formed in July of 1972, the band played three nights at the Zoom Club in Frankfurt & recorded a TV performance for Beat Club Germany in October prior to embarking on a full UK tour. This was the fourth concert of that tour & features material from the album that would become “Larks’ Tongues in Aspic” when recorded the following January, alongside one of the band’s fiercest (& longest) improvs. This is the best known concert recording of the short-lived, legendary, quintet line-up.
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- 1. Larks’ Tongues in Aspic (Part I)08:57
- 2. Book of Saturday (Daily Games)03:24
- 3. Improv: All That Glitters Is Not Nail Polish00:59
- 4. Exiles25:39