Larks' Tongues In Aspic (Expanded Edition)

Larks' Tongues In Aspic (Expanded Edition)

Released in early 1973, Larks’ represents King Crimson's third distinct lineup. John Wetton joins Robert Fripp as the finest singer since Greg Lake, while drummer Bill Bruford provides a kinetic power that serves the material elegantly. David Cross’ violin, viola, and flute (on “Exiles”) color the two-part instrumental title track and add an eerie sense to “Book of Saturday.” The bonus tracks further explore the chemistry among the players. Often considered the first part of a trilogy that features Starless and Bible Black and Red, Larks’ is arguably the toughest for new fans to process (though “Exiles” is gorgeous).

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