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King Crimson - In the Court Of The Crimson King (1969)
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King Crimson - In the Court Of The Crimson King (1969) [CD+DVD-A] {2009, 40th Anniversary Series}



EAC Rip | FLAC (image+.cue+log) - 432 MB | Scans PNG - 121 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.98) - 180 MB
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Genre: rock | RAR 5% Rec. | Label: DGM / Panegyric | CAT # KCSP1 | 2009


For better or for worse, a pretty decent argument can be mounted that progressive rock
— or "prog" as we know it today — was born with the 1969 release of
King Crimson's first album, In The Court Of The Crimson King. The
British band's early fans included Pete Townshend and Jimi Hendrix, and
it only took one listen for legendary music-exec Ahmet Ertegun to sign
them to his Atlantic Records on the spot. Now, forty years later,
another of King Crimson's fans, Porcupine Tree's studio wizard and
resident genius Steven Wilson has overseen a 40th Anniversary deluxe
edition of this landmark album, working alongside founding member Robert
Fripp. Wilson is said to have revered the album as a teenager, and is
also managing the analog-to-digital transfer of a number of other
nuggets from the Crimson catalogue.

But back to this one.

In The Court Of The Crimson King made its impact way back in 1969, by
breaking the blues-rock mold of British rock at the time. Crimson
instead stretched those boundaries to include much longer arrangements,
where the guitar was not always the most prominent instrument. The
original album has only five tracks, and there is not a guitar solo
amongst them (even though Robert Fripp was and remains one of rock's
most inventive guitarists).

The album's five songs vary from the studio-treated vocals and
jazz-rock-fusion freak out of "21st Century Schizoid Man," to the
mellotron-laced symphonic rock of "Epitaph" and the lilting woodwinds of
"I Talk To The Wind." Prog-rock bands from Genesis to Rush to Wilson's
own Porcupine Tree all adopted Crimson's blueprint in one form or
another over the decades to come.

Amazingly, the group's original incarnation only produced this single
album and broke up less than a year later (although Fripp kept the name,
and fronted several subsequent lineups of the band through the
seventies, eighties, and beyond).

For the 40th Anniversary edition of In The Court Of The Crimson King,
Wilson has transferred the original five tracks to digital, and
remastered them in MLPS lossless format, including a 5.1 sen-surround
mix that is included on the DVD. There is also a 2009 stereo mix on the
CD.

The bonus material includes alternate mixes of each track (on both the CD and the
DVD), as well an alternate version of the entire album on the DVD built
from alternate takes and, in the case of "I Talk To The Wind," a
practice run at the song in the studio. None of these have been
previously released.

Wilson's remix of the original album is the real prize here though. The
album sounds just as revolutionary now as it did then, and Wilson does a
fine job with the remastering. Greg Lake's vocals (and yes, that is the
same Lake of Emerson, Lake & Palmer fame), reveal a rather
underrated vocalist equally at home with the frenzied jazz-rock-fusion
of "Schizoid Man" and the introspective fantasy-laced lyrics of the
title track.

Elsewhere, the audio separation is flawless (especially on the 5.1
mixes). The drums are crisp and clear; the woodwinds, flutes, and
mellotrons float like butterflies; and the guitars sting like bees.

The bonus material is noteworthy mainly for the fact that it appears
here for the first time ever, but is otherwise nothing you'd miss
(unless you are a hardcore fan of course). If anything, the alternate
versions of these songs just confirm that the final selections made were
the correct ones.

Likewise with the restored DVD footage of King Crimson performing
"Schizoid Man" at London's Hyde Park (opening for the Stones). The mono
mix isn't unlistenable, but hearing the rest in 5.1 does tend to spoil
you a bit. The black and white video is likewise grainy, and features as
many shots of dancing hippies and flower children as there are of the
band.

All in all though, Wilson and Fripp have done a fabulous job here. If
you don't already own this progressive rock landmark, I can't think of a
better introduction. Steven Wilson and Robert Fripp have breathed new
life into a Crimson classic.


Personnel:
Robert Fripp – guitar
Ian McDonald – flute, clarinet, saxophone, vibes, keyboards, mellotron
Greg Lake – bass, vocals
Michael Giles – drums, percussion
Peter Sinfield – lyrics, illumination

tracklist:
CD

01. 21st Century Schizoid Man - 7:24
02. I Talk To The Wind - 6:00
03. Epitaph - 8:53
04. Moonchild - 9:02
05. The Court Of The Crimson King - 9:31
Bonus Track:
06. Moonchild (Full Version) - 12:16
07. I Talk To The Wind (Duo Version) - 4:56
08. I Talk To The Wind (Alternate Mix) - 6:37
09. Epitaph (Backing Track) - 9:06
10. Wind Session - 4:31

DVD
Audio Content
MLP Lossless 5.1 Surround
DTS 5.1 Digital Surround
Original Album
01. 21st Century Schizoid Man
02. I Talk To The Wind
03. Epitaph
04. Moonchild
05. The Court Of The Crimson King

MLP Lossless Stereo (24/96)
PCM Stereo 2.0 (24/48)
2009 Stereo Mix
01. 21st Century Schizoid Man
02. I Talk To The Wind
03. Epitaph
04. Moonchild
05. The Court Of The Crimson King

Original Master Edition 2004
01. 21st Century Schizoid Man
02. I Talk To The Wind
03. Epitaph
04. Moonchild
05. The Court Of The Crimson King

Additional Audio Content
01. Moonchild (Full Version)
02. I Talk To The Wind (Duo Version)
03. I Talk To The Wind (Alternate Mix)
04. Epitaph (Backing Track)
05. Wind Session

The Alternate Album
01. 21st Century Schizoid Man (Instrumental)
02. I Talk To The Wind (Studio Run Through)
03. Epitaph (Alternate Version)
04. Moonchild (Take 1)
05. The Court Of The Crimson King (Take 3)

Video Content
Audio mono
01. 21st Century Schizoid Man - Edit






All thanks goes to the original releaser!

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Blood rack barbed wire
Polititians funeral pyre
Innocents raped with napalm fire
Twenty first century schizoid man.Death seed blind mans greed
Poets starving children bleed
Nothing hes got he really needs
Twenty first century schizoid man

Sangre, cerco de alambre de púas
Pira funeraria de polìticos
Inocentes violados con fuego de napalm
Hombre esquizoide del siglo 21.
Semilla de muerte, hombes ciegos de codicia
Los poetas mueren de hambre los niños sangran
Nada tiene lo que realmente necesita
Hombre esquizoide del siglo 21

Una letra de 1969 con una actualidad IMPACTANTE

PD: Muy chulete tu avatar Uni


LOS ROCKEROS Y LOS SUPERHEROES NO SE CASAN....
....Y YO ESTOY SALIENDO CON LA MUJER MARAVILLA
 
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Cita (rockeroindomable)
Una letra de 1969 con una actualidad IMPACTANTE

ya te digo.....esque ésta actualidad está actualizada desde tiempos inmemoriales ......el hombre del siglo 22 seguro que aún estará más esquizoide

las letras de Peter Sinfield junto con Fripp eran una pasada......en akellos tiempos esque había muchos poetas en el mundo de la musica.....todavía se soñaba y se pensaba.....

y ellos te hacían soñar....yo he soñado con los crimson un mundo mejor...era escuchar sus canciones y no sé como explicarlo, me hacían sentirme importante , porque experimentaba con su musica pensamientos y sensaciones muy claras, como si te tomas peyote ó lsd y ves el mundo ( en el fondo ) , tal y como es, ...no como nos lo kieren vender......
no se si me explico.....la realidad de este mundo, pero con un atisbo de esperanza......eso es la musica...esperanza....porque el ser humano , será muy inteligente pero es lo mas destructivo y letal que hay .....un asco

snap

me alegra te guste mis avatares......siempre estoy buscando y creando ...tengo mogollón


 
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no se si me explico...

Perfectamente amiga


LOS ROCKEROS Y LOS SUPERHEROES NO SE CASAN....
....Y YO ESTOY SALIENDO CON LA MUJER MARAVILLA
 
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Otra de las bandas que me perdí en mi juventud y estoy empezando a descubrir ahora gracias a las influencias sobre grupos actuales.
Gracias, Uni.


NO A LA LEY LASSALLE
 
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King Crimson - In The Court Of The Crimson King (1969) [5CD+DVD BoxSet] {2009 40th Anniversary Series}



EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (image)+CUE+LOG -> 1.93 Gb | MP3 @320 -> 796 Mb
DVD A/V -> 7.34 Gb | All Regions | NTSC 16:9 | MLP Lossless 5.1/2.0, LPCM, 2 ch, DTS, 6 ch | ISO Image
Full Artwork @ 600 dpi (jpg) -> 342 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 2009 Panegyric / RF | KCCBX1
Rock / Progressive Rock / Art Rock


"From baroque ballads to avant-garde heavy metal, Crimson's debut sounded unlike
anything else before or since... this 1969 album's manic energy and
compressed imagery captures the violent downside of the hippy
years...better than almost any other recording from the time...". This
extraordinary 12"x12" box set is the ultimate perspective on one of the
defining albums of British rock music & one of the finest debut
albums of all time. With a seemingly endless array of bonus material,
this limited edition box set is available for the final time. With five
discs of music, bonus tracks, alternate takes and more, along with a
bonus short video clip of 21st Century Schizoid Man as performed at Hyde
Park July 1969. The DVD-A showcases the full Album DVD-A Lossless
Surround Sound, DTS 5.1 Surround Sound and original mix & new mix in
High Resolution Stereo.


The group's definitive album, and one of the most daring debut albums ever recorded
by anybody. At the time, it blew all of the progressive/psychedelic
competition (the Moody Blues, the Nice, etc.) out of the running,
although it was almost too good for the band's own good -- it took King
Crimson nearly four years to come up with a record as strong or concise.
Ian McDonald's Mellotron is the dominant instrument, along with his
saxes and Fripp's guitar, making this a somewhat different-sounding
record from everything else they ever did. And even though that
Mellotron sound is muted and toned down compared to their concert work
of the era (e.g., Epitaph), it is still fierce and overpowering, on an
album highlighted by strong songwriting (most of it filled with dark and
doom-laden visions), the strongest singing of Greg Lake's entire
career, and Fripp's guitar playing that strangely mixed elegant
classical, Hendrix-like rock explosions, and jazz noodling. Lineup
changes commenced immediately upon the album's release, and Fripp would
ultimately be the only survivor on later King Crimson records.



Personnel:
Robert Fripp – guitar
Ian McDonald – flute, clarinet, saxophone, vibes, keyboards, mellotron
Greg Lake – bass, vocals
Michael Giles – drums, percussion
Peter Sinfield – lyrics, illumination

tracklist:
Disc1 - 2009 Stereo Mix

01. 21st Century Schizoid Man - 7:24
02. I Talk To The Wind - 6:00
03. Epitaph - 8:53
04. Moonchild - 9:02
05. The Court Of The Crimson King - 9:31
Bonus Track:
06. Moonchild (Full Version) - 12:16
07. I Talk To The Wind (Duo Version) - 4:56
08. I Talk To The Wind (Alternate Mix) - 6:37
09. Epitaph (Backing Track) - 9:06
10. Wind Session - 4:31

Disc2 – Original Master Edition 2004
01. 21st Century Schizoid Man - 7:24
02. I Talk to the Wind - 6:04
03. Epitaph - 8:49
04. Moonchild - 12:13
05. The Court of the Crimson King - 9:26
Bonus Track:
06. 21st Century Schizoid Man (instrumental) - 6:47
07. I Talk to the Wind (BBC session) - 4:40
08. 21st Century Schizoid Man (BBC session) - 7:11
09. The Court of the Crimson King Part 1 (mono single version) - 3:22
10. The Court of the Crimson King Part 2 (mono single version) - 4:31



Disc3 – The Alternative Album
01. 21st Century Schizoid Man (instrumental) - 7:08
02. I Talk to the Wind (studio run through) - 4:21
03. Epitaph (alternate version) - 9:27
04. Moonchild (take 1) - 2:21
05. The Court of the Crimson King (take 3) - 7:15
Bonus Track:
06. 21st Century Schizoid Man (original pink label) - 7:21
07. I Talk to the Wind (original pink label) - 6:03
08. Epitaph (original pink label) - 8:56
09. Moonchild (original pink label) - 12:12
10. The Court of the Crimson King (original pink label) - 9:22

Disc4 – Live 1969
Restored bootleg, recorded live at Hyde Park, London, July 5th 1969:

01. 21st Century Schizoid Man - 6:36
02. The Court Of The Crimson King - 6:31
03. Get Thy Bearings - 9:41
04. Epitaph - 4:29
05. Mantra - 3:05
06. Travel Weary Capricorn - 5:38
07. Mars - 3:30
Restored bootleg, recorded live at Fillmore East, New York, November 1969:
08. The Court Of The Crimson King - 7:52
09. A Man A City - 12:19
10. Epitaph - 8:32
11. 21st Century Schizoid Man - 7:57



Disc5 – The original Atlantic Records issued vinyl US radio promos
01. 21st Century Schizoid Man (mono album mix - US promo) - 7:22
02. I Talk to the Wind (mono album mix - US promo) - 6:04
03. Epitaph (mono album mix - US promo) - 8:52
04. Moonchild (mono album mix - US promo) - 12:13
05. The Court of the Crimson King (mono album mix - US promo) - 9:27
06. The Court of the Crimson King (edited mono single mix) - 2:20



DVD Audio/Video
Audio Content
MLP Lossless 5.1 Surround
DTS 5.1 Digital Surround
Original Album

01. 21st Century Schizoid Man
02. I Talk To The Wind
03. Epitaph
04. Moonchild
05. The Court Of The Crimson King
MLP Lossless Stereo (24/96)
PCM Stereo 2.0 (24/48)
2009 Stereo Mix

01. 21st Century Schizoid Man
02. I Talk To The Wind
03. Epitaph
04. Moonchild
05. The Court Of The Crimson King
Original Master Edition 2004
01. 21st Century Schizoid Man
02. I Talk To The Wind
03. Epitaph
04. Moonchild
05. The Court Of The Crimson King
Additional Audio Content
01. Moonchild (Full Version)
02. I Talk To The Wind (Duo Version)
03. I Talk To The Wind (Alternate Mix)
04. Epitaph (Backing Track)
05. Wind Session
The Alternate Album
01. 21st Century Schizoid Man (Instrumental)
02. I Talk To The Wind (Studio Run Through)
03. Epitaph (Alternate Version)
04. Moonchild (Take 1)
05. The Court Of The Crimson King (Take 3)

Video Content
Audio mono

01. 21st Century Schizoid Man - Edit











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