Monday, November 23, 2009

King Crimson's Red

Venerable progressive-rock institution King Crimson in the 1990s metamorphosed into an innovative double-trio format, and inevitably became one of the more distinctive professional rock collectives to shake up an otherwise moribund musical landscape, in an era dominated by sullen grunge nihilism and teen-pop drivel. Anchored by the terrifyingly precise and athletically angular axe-wielding skills of head honcho Robert Fripp and the irascible Adrian Belew, bolstered by the superior Chapman Stick work of Tony Levin and Trey Gunn, and given heft by the amazing, interlocking percussion underpinnings provided by Bill Bruford and Pat Mastelotto, the double-trio King Crimson was certainly worthy of all the adulation that they have netted. Worship them here as they make their usual, effortless, virtuosic way through a seismic-quality rendition of 1975's cacophonic white-noise epic "Red".


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