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8 thoughts on “ Pictures Of A City - King Crimson - Feel Your Fender (CDr, Album)

  1. Dec 15,  · "Pictures of a City" is the only listenable track for me, although the acoustic interludes aren't bad, but they're filler and I think the album wouldn't suffer any more without them. "Cat Food" is ridiculous and "Devil's Triangle" makes me wonder what the heck they were thinking.
  2. Ludicrous to compare King Crimsons masterworks N The Wake Of Poseidon: 40th Anniversary Series CD music though many always feel compelled to use In The Court of the Crimson King as the yardstick to perfection; I would rather enjoy each album on its own merits with the full realization that it was created in a different space and time.
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  4. Jun 04,  · In retrospect, "Pictures of a City" has a more pronounced jazz feel to it than "Schizoid Man" does. It is also better paced, evidenced by the quiet section played after the rapid unison playing. I especially came to like "Cadence and Cascade" a bit better than "I Talk to the Wind" due to the beauty of Robert Fripp's acoustic guitar playing and.
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  6. May 01,  · Update:With each new listen this music takes shape more and more as a bonafide King Crimson release. This is a GREAT addition to the KC catslog! Original Review This really isn’t a King Crimson release though everyone involved is part of the 4/5(80).
  7. The fourth release in King Crimson's superlative 40th Anniversary series. Featuring new stereo and surround mixes (by Steven Wilson and Robert Fripp), Sid Smith sleeve notes and extra tracks (including Greg Lake's guide vocal rendition of Cadence And Cascade), this is a definitive edition of a classic album.
  8. Mar 26,  · According to this, Smashwords – Musical Guide to In The Wake of Poseidon by King Crimson and McDonald and Giles by McDonald and Giles - A book by Andrew Keeling - page 50, Peter used a Fender Jazz, a Hi-Watt w amp, and a 4x12 cabinet to record "In The Wake of Poseidon".Thanks everyone who has posted so far. I know the Jazz would have had 60's pickup spacing due to when this album .

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