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Throughout the history of King Crimson, the lineup has been in a constant state of flux. The lineup is best described as fluid, with members leaving, only to join and return at a later date. 3,016 more words


Hip Gnostics: Visions of Jazz:The First Century by Gary Giddins

N.B.: This was originally published on What’s Left In The Church?, November 26, 2013. It has been edited for content because, well, I’ve changed my mind about some things. 2,076 more words

What's Left In The Church

Flirting with Prog

As a grammar school boy I really ought to have had more time for prog but I really couldn’t be arsed. In the early part of the decade I just liked all sorts of music from ‘nellie the elephant ‘to ‘she loves you’. 1,144 more words

Rock Music

King Crimson - Discipline (1981)

Early prog rockers King Crimson released an unexpected come back album in 1981. The band had broken up years ago and kingpin Robert Fripp had pursued other ventures rather than keep the band going. 717 more words

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On September 22, 1981.

On September 22, 1981, “E.G.” label released King Crimson’s eighth studio album “Discipline”. The album was produced by King Crimson and Rhett Davies.


On September 13, 1972.

On September 13, 1972, “Atlantic Records” released Yes fifth studio album “Close to the edge”. The album was recorded at the “Advison Studios”, at West End, London, and was produced by Yes and Eddy Offord. 121 more words

Mountains Come Out of the Sky: Reviewed

Book Review: Mountains Come Out of the Sky, The Illustrated History of Prog Rock, by Will Romano
Backbeat Books, Hal Leonard Corporation, Milwaukee © 2010 by Will Romano… 1,132 more words

Progressive Rock