King Crimson: In The Wake Of Poseidon, LP (Vinyl)
King Crimson: In The Wake Of Poseidon, LP (Vinyl)
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King Crimson : In The Wake Of Poseidon

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • European Union
reissue on 200 gram vinyl, gatefold sleeve
  • Discipline Global Mobile
  • (KCLP2)
  • Panegyric
  • (KCLP2)
  • Inner Knot
  • (KCLP2)
  • 7 Tracks
  • UPC 633367910219
  • heavy item (350g)
  • EX+ / EX+
  • used
  • download code NOT included

tracks

A1

Peace - A Beginning

0:50
A2

Pictures Of A City (Including 42nd At Treadmill)

8:01
A3

Cadence And Cascade

Vocals
  • Gordon Haskell
4:37
A4

In The Wake Of Poseidon (Including Libra's Theme)

7:56
B1

Peace - A Theme

1:15
B2

Cat Food

4:55

The Devil's Triangle

11:34
B4

Peace - An End

1:52

Credits

Artwork
  • Peter Sinfield
Bass
  • Peter Giles
Design
  • Peter Sinfield
Painting
  • Peter Sinfield
  • Tammo De Jongh
Drums
  • Michael Giles
Engineer
  • Robin Thompson
  • Geoff Workman
  • Tony Page
Guitar
  • Robert Fripp
Mellotron
  • Robert Fripp
Other
  • Robert Fripp
Lacquer Cut By
  • John Dent
Piano
  • Keith Tippett
Producer
  • Peter Sinfield
  • Robert Fripp
Directed By
  • Peter Sinfield
  • Robert Fripp
Saxophone
  • Mel Collins
Flute
  • Mel Collins
Typography
  • Virginia
Vocals
  • Greg Lake
Words By
  • Peter Sinfield
Written By

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