King Crimson: Trio

From their album Starless and Bible Black (1974)

2 Responses to “King Crimson: Trio”


  1. 1 Non serviam! June 15, 2016 at 1:52 pm

    One of their best albums, in my opinion. It was made from a live recording, and it shows here; the piece is a bit too unstructured for my taste but also undeniably beautiful. Nice interplay between violin and mellotron.

    Great band!


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