Preston Frazier offers his thoughts on the best reissues and box sets from 2016, with two special honorable mentions.
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Released on Oct. 10, 1969, King Crimson’s ‘In the Court of the Crimson King’ was like nothing that had come before – and little since.
Released this week in 1981, ‘Discipline’ found a retooled King Crimson stirring new wave elements into their essential prog sound.
The potential of King Crimson’s inventive musical format on ‘Thrak,’ released on April 25, 1995, has only become more clear as time passes.
We return for a glorious run through the 40th anniversary reissue of King Crimson’s ‘Larks’ Tongues in Aspic,’ originally released on March 23, 1973.
John Wetton’s reunion with former King Crimson bandmate Robert Fripp was bound to stand out on a new ‘Studio Recordings Anthology.’
Released on March 4, 2003, King Crimson’s turbulent ‘Power to Believe’ felt like an innocent’s view of war as it started before his very eyes.
Greg Lake looks back on King Crimson’s classic debut, which rose to the band’s highest-ever album chart position today in 1970.
After a lengthy layoff, the reformulated King Crimson is planning a second tour — and, Tony Levin says, eyeing the possibility to creating new music.
Tony Levin discusses the 2014 King Crimson tour set to be chronicled in ‘Live at the Orpheum,’ and the return of a very special artifact from long ago.