King Crimson

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Beat
Used - LP - 23692
Mint, Unplayed 1982 Original. more
Beat
Used - LP - 28MM 0810
Beautiful Japanese Pressing With Insert And Obi. Tiny Sticker Tear On Front Cover. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Beat
Used - LP - 23692
1982 Original With Rare Press Kit, Gold Promo Stamp On Cover. Looks Unplayed. more
Beat
New - LP - 23692
Sealed 1982 Original, Small Saw Cut, Custom Album Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap. more
Beat
Used - LP - 23692
1982 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. CC. more
Beat
Used - LP - 23692-1
1982 Original with inner sleeve. 'Beat' is a thought-provoking and avant-garde record that showcases the band's willingness to push the boundaries of rock and progressive music. The album opens with the rhythmic and captivating 'Neal and Jack and Me,' setting the tone for the eclectic mix of art-rock, new wave, and world music influences that follow. Tracks like 'Heartbeat' and 'Sartori in Tangier' blend intricate instrumentals with thought-provoking lyrics, creating a dynamic and engaging listening experience. 'Beat' is a reflection of its time, a musical exploration of the cultural and social changes occurring in the early '80s. The lyrics are like poetic expressions of a rapidly evolving world, and Adrian Belew's guitar work is nothing short of mesmerizing. While 'Beat' might not be as widely recognized as some of King Crimson's earlier albums, it's a hidden gem in their discography. It's like a conversation with a brilliant philosopher – complex, challenging, and rewarding. It invites you to ponder, to explore, and to appreciate the artistry and innovation that King Crimson has consistently delivered throughout their career. In the grand tapestry of progressive rock, 'Beat' stands as a unique and compelling thread that should not be missed by any serious music aficionado. more
Beat
Used - LP - 23692-1
1982 Original with inner sleeve. 'Beat' is a thought-provoking and avant-garde record that showcases the band's willingness to push the boundaries of rock and progressive music. The album opens with the rhythmic and captivating 'Neal and Jack and Me,' setting the tone for the eclectic mix of art-rock, new wave, and world music influences that follow. Tracks like 'Heartbeat' and 'Sartori in Tangier' blend intricate instrumentals with thought-provoking lyrics, creating a dynamic and engaging listening experience. 'Beat' is a reflection of its time, a musical exploration of the cultural and social changes occurring in the early '80s. The lyrics are like poetic expressions of a rapidly evolving world, and Adrian Belew's guitar work is nothing short of mesmerizing. While 'Beat' might not be as widely recognized as some of King Crimson's earlier albums, it's a hidden gem in their discography. It's like a conversation with a brilliant philosopher – complex, challenging, and rewarding. It invites you to ponder, to explore, and to appreciate the artistry and innovation that King Crimson has consistently delivered throughout their career. In the grand tapestry of progressive rock, 'Beat' stands as a unique and compelling thread that should not be missed by any serious music aficionado. more
Beat
Used - LP - 23692-1
1982 Original with inner sleeve. 'Beat' is a thought-provoking and avant-garde record that showcases the band's willingness to push the boundaries of rock and progressive music. The album opens with the rhythmic and captivating 'Neal and Jack and Me,' setting the tone for the eclectic mix of art-rock, new wave, and world music influences that follow. Tracks like 'Heartbeat' and 'Sartori in Tangier' blend intricate instrumentals with thought-provoking lyrics, creating a dynamic and engaging listening experience. 'Beat' is a reflection of its time, a musical exploration of the cultural and social changes occurring in the early '80s. The lyrics are like poetic expressions of a rapidly evolving world, and Adrian Belew's guitar work is nothing short of mesmerizing. While 'Beat' might not be as widely recognized as some of King Crimson's earlier albums, it's a hidden gem in their discography. It's like a conversation with a brilliant philosopher – complex, challenging, and rewarding. It invites you to ponder, to explore, and to appreciate the artistry and innovation that King Crimson has consistently delivered throughout their career. In the grand tapestry of progressive rock, 'Beat' stands as a unique and compelling thread that should not be missed by any serious music aficionado. more
Compact King Crimson
Used - LP - EGLP 68
Extremely Hard To Find 1986 2LP Gatefold. Seventeen Tracks Taken From "In The Court Of The Crimson King," "In The Wake Of Poseidon," "Red," "Discipline," "Beat" And "Three Of A perfect Pair." Both LPs Appear Unplayed. more
Discipline
New - LP - BSK 3629
Sealed 1981 Embossed Jacket Original. Tiny Saw Cut. more
Discipline
Used - LP - BSK 3629
Near Mint 1981 Embossed Jacket Club Version. Vinyl Appears Unplayed. more
Discipline
Used - LP - BSK 3629
1981 Embossed Cover, Warner Shield Label Original With Gold Promo Stamp On Front Cover. LP Appears New, Unplayed. more
Discipline
Used - LP - 28MM 0064
Rare Japanese Pressing With Obi And Nautilus Super Import Sticker Housed In An Embossed Jacket. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Discipline
Used - LP - BSK 3629
1981 Embossed Jacket Original, Allied Pressing. Slight Edge Wear. Glossy Vinyl, With Original Warner Bros. Poly Inner. "When King Crimson Leader Robert Fripp Decided To Assemble A New Version Of The Band In The Early '80s, Prog Rock Fans Rejoiced, And Most New Wave Fans Frowned. But After Hearing This New Unit's First Release, 1981's Discipline, All The Elements That Made Other Arty New Wave Rockers (I.e., Talking Heads, Pere Ubu, The Police, Etc.) Successful Were Evident. Combining The Futuristic Guitar Of Adrian Belew With The Textured Guitar Of Fripp Doesn't Sound Like It Would Work On Paper, But The Pairing Of These Two Originals Worked Out Magically. Rounding Out The Quartet Was Bass Wizard Tony Levin And Ex-yes Drummer Bill Bruford. Belew's Vocals Fit The Music Perfectly, Sounding Like David Byrne At His Most Paranoid At Times (The Funk Track "Thela Hun Ginjeet"). Some Other Highlights Include Tony Levin's "Stick" (A Strange Bass-like Instrument)-driven Opener "Elephant Talk," The Atmospheric "The Sheltering Sky," And The Heavy Rocker "Indiscipline." Many Crimson Fans Consider This Album One Of Their Best, Right Up There With In The Court Of The Crimson King. It's Easy To Understand Why After You Hear The Inspired Performances By This Hungry New Version Of The Band." Greg Prato, All Music Guide more
Discipline
Used - LP - 28MM 0064
1981 Japanese Pressing With Obi. more
Discipline
Used - LP - BSK 3629
1981 Embossed Jacket Original. "When King Crimson Leader Robert Fripp Decided To Assemble A New Version Of The Band In The Early '80s, Prog Rock Fans Rejoiced, And Most New Wave Fans Frowned. But After Hearing This New Unit's First Release, 1981's Discipline, All The Elements That Made Other Arty New Wave Rockers (I.e., Talking Heads, Pere Ubu, The Police, Etc.) Successful Were Evident. Combining The Futuristic Guitar Of Adrian Belew With The Textured Guitar Of Fripp Doesn't Sound Like It Would Work On Paper, But The Pairing Of These Two Originals Worked Out Magically. Rounding Out The Quartet Was Bass Wizard Tony Levin And Ex-yes Drummer Bill Bruford. Belew's Vocals Fit The Music Perfectly, Sounding Like David Byrne At His Most Paranoid At Times (The Funk Track "Thela Hun Ginjeet"). Some Other Highlights Include Tony Levin's "Stick" (A Strange Bass-like Instrument)-driven Opener "Elephant Talk," The Atmospheric "The Sheltering Sky," And The Heavy Rocker "Indiscipline." Many Crimson Fans Consider This Album One Of Their Best, Right Up There With In The Court Of The Crimson King. It's Easy To Understand Why After You Hear The Inspired Performances By This Hungry New Version Of The Band." AMG - Greg Prato more
Discipline
New - LP - KCLP8
Sealed 2018 200gm Remastered Reissue; Cut From Masters Approved By Robert Fripp. "When King Crimson Leader Robert Fripp Decided To Assemble A New Version Of The Band In The Early '80s, Prog Rock Fans Rejoiced, And Most New Wave Fans Frowned. But After Hearing This New Unit's First Release, 1981's Discipline, All The Elements That Made Other Arty New Wave Rockers (I.e., Talking Heads, Pere Ubu, The Police, Etc.) Successful Were Evident. Combining The Futuristic Guitar Of Adrian Belew With The Textured Guitar Of Fripp Doesn't Sound Like It Would Work On Paper, But The Pairing Of These Two Originals Worked Out Magically. Rounding Out The Quartet Was Bass Wizard Tony Levin And Ex-yes Drummer Bill Bruford. Belew's Vocals Fit The Music Perfectly, Sounding Like David Byrne At His Most Paranoid At Times (The Funk Track "Thela Hun Ginjeet"). Some Other Highlights Include Tony Levin's "Stick" (A Strange Bass-like Instrument)-driven Opener "Elephant Talk," The Atmospheric "The Sheltering Sky," And The Heavy Rocker "Indiscipline." Many Crimson Fans Consider This Album One Of Their Best, Right Up There With In The Court Of The Crimson King. It's Easy To Understand Why After You Hear The Inspired Performances By This Hungry New Version Of The Band." AMG - Greg Prato more
Discipline
Used - LP - BSK 3629
1981 Embossed Jacket Original. "When King Crimson Leader Robert Fripp Decided To Assemble A New Version Of The Band In The Early '80s, Prog Rock Fans Rejoiced, And Most New Wave Fans Frowned. But After Hearing This New Unit's First Release, 1981's Discipline, All The Elements That Made Other Arty New Wave Rockers (I.e., Talking Heads, Pere Ubu, The Police, Etc.) Successful Were Evident. Combining The Futuristic Guitar Of Adrian Belew With The Textured Guitar Of Fripp Doesn't Sound Like It Would Work On Paper, But The Pairing Of These Two Originals Worked Out Magically. Rounding Out The Quartet Was Bass Wizard Tony Levin And Ex-yes Drummer Bill Bruford. Belew's Vocals Fit The Music Perfectly, Sounding Like David Byrne At His Most Paranoid At Times (The Funk Track "Thela Hun Ginjeet"). Some Other Highlights Include Tony Levin's "Stick" (A Strange Bass-like Instrument)-driven Opener "Elephant Talk," The Atmospheric "The Sheltering Sky," And The Heavy Rocker "Indiscipline." Many Crimson Fans Consider This Album One Of Their Best, Right Up There With In The Court Of The Crimson King. It's Easy To Understand Why After You Hear The Inspired Performances By This Hungry New Version Of The Band." AMG - Greg Prato more
Discipline
Used - LP - BSK 3629
1981 Embossed Jacket Original. "When King Crimson Leader Robert Fripp Decided To Assemble A New Version Of The Band In The Early '80s, Prog Rock Fans Rejoiced, And Most New Wave Fans Frowned. But After Hearing This New Unit's First Release, 1981's Discipline, All The Elements That Made Other Arty New Wave Rockers (I.e., Talking Heads, Pere Ubu, The Police, Etc.) Successful Were Evident. Combining The Futuristic Guitar Of Adrian Belew With The Textured Guitar Of Fripp Doesn't Sound Like It Would Work On Paper, But The Pairing Of These Two Originals Worked Out Magically. Rounding Out The Quartet Was Bass Wizard Tony Levin And Ex-yes Drummer Bill Bruford. Belew's Vocals Fit The Music Perfectly, Sounding Like David Byrne At His Most Paranoid At Times (The Funk Track "Thela Hun Ginjeet"). Some Other Highlights Include Tony Levin's "Stick" (A Strange Bass-like Instrument)-driven Opener "Elephant Talk," The Atmospheric "The Sheltering Sky," And The Heavy Rocker "Indiscipline." Many Crimson Fans Consider This Album One Of Their Best, Right Up There With In The Court Of The Crimson King. It's Easy To Understand Why After You Hear The Inspired Performances By This Hungry New Version Of The Band." AMG - Greg Prato more
Doctor D
Used - LP - Q 9015
Beautiful 1973 "Live" Album Recorded In Atlanta. Comes Housed In A High Qulaity Laminated Gatefold Jacket With Four Additional Illustrated Flaps That Open Out. more
Earthbound
New - LP - 23443 092
Sealed UK 70's Pressing (No Bar Code On Jacket). more
Earthbound
Used Import - HELP 6
1972 UK Black Label With Pink "i" Logo Original. 2U/1U Stampers. LP Appears Glossy. Cover Has Corner Crease, Minor Ring Wear. more
Earthbound
Used Import - 2486 198
1972 Italian Pressing With Different Cover Art To The UK Edition. Appears Glossy. No Insert. more
Elephant Talk
Used - 12 - PRO-A-1005
Rare 1981 Promo Only Vinyl. Side One Is The Dance Remix Of "Elephant Talk" While Side Two Contains Two Album Tracks From Discipline-"Thela Hun Ginjeet" Amd "Matte Kudasai." more
Heartbeat / Neal And Jack And Me / Sartori In Tangier
Used - 12 - PRO-A-1045
1982 3 Track Promo Only 12 Inch. Appears Unplayed. more
In The Court Of The Crimson King
Audiophile - LP - MFSL 1-075
1982 Half-Speed Master Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. One Of The Most In-Demand And Rarest Mobile Fidelity Titles. LP Appears New, Unplayed. more
In The Court Of The Crimson King
Audiophile - LP - MFSL 1-075
Sealed 1982 Half-Speed Mastered Rarity Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. 5 Stars In All Music Guide And One Of The Most In-Demand Audiophile Records On The Planet. more
In The Court Of The Crimson King
Used - LP - P-10115A
1976 Japanese First Pressing Housed In A Heavy-Duty, Textured Gatefold Cover With Obi. An Excellent And Much Cheaper Alternative To The Rare Mobile Fidelity Half-Speed. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
In The Court Of The Crimson King
Used - LP - SD 19155
Beautiful 2nd Label (75, Rockefeller Address) Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. Appears Unplayed. more
In The Court Of The Crimson King
Used - LP - SD 8245
Beautiful Red & Green Label (1841 Broadway Address) Textured Gatefold Original Still In Shrink Wrap With The Rare, Custom King Crimson Sticker On The Shrink (See Scan). The Lustrous Vinyl Appears Unplayed. more
In The Court Of The Crimson King
Used - LP - SD 19155
Beautiful 2nd Label (75, Rockefeller Address) Gatefold. Appears Unplayed. Clean COH. more
In The Court Of The Crimson King
Used - LP - 2302 057
UK Red Polydor Label In Gatefold Jacket. LP Appears Mint, Unplayed And Has U1/U1 Stampers, But Jacket Has A Sticker Tear (See Scan On Bridge Of Nose), Hence Price. more
In The Court Of The Crimson King
Used - LP - SD 19155
Beautiful 2nd Label (75, Rockefeller Address) In Gatefold Jacket With Custom King Crimson Sticker At Top Of Front Cover. Appears Unplayed. more
In The Court Of The Crimson King
Used - LP - SD 8245
Rare 1969 Red & Green Label (1841, Broadway Address, Grooved Label) Textured Gatefold Original. LP Appears Unplayed. more
In The Court Of The Crimson King
Used - LP - EGLP 1
All Analogue Collector's Edition Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. Pressed On 100% Pure Virgin Vinyl. Barely Visible Scuff On Side Two Is Inaudible. more
In The Court Of The Crimson King
Audiophile - LP - EGLP 1
Factory Sealed 1989 Half-Speed Master Housed In A Gatefold Cover. All Analogue Collector's Edition Remastered By Robert Fripp And Tony Arnold. Pressed On 100% Pure Virgin Vinyl. Custom "Definitive Edition" Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap. Pristine Copy And The First One We Have Seen With This Hype Sticker. more
In The Court Of The Crimson King
Audiophile - LP - KCLP 1
Out Of Print, Limited Edition 200gm Reissue Of The 1969 Masterpiece Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold Jacket Still In Shrink Wrap. Newly Cut From Masters Approved By Robert Fripp. Open, Unplayed Copy. more
In The Court Of The Crimson King
Used - LP - ILPS 9111
Finest Copy We Have Ever Seen Of This 1969 UK Pink Label Original Housed In The Original E.J. Day Gatefold Cover. A3/B3 Stampers. The Glossy LP Appears Unplayed Without The Hint Of A Spindle Mark On Either Label. more
In The Court Of The Crimson King
Audiophile - LP - EGKC 1
First Copy We Have Ever Had In Stock Of This Rare Half-Speed Master Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
In The Court Of The Crimson King
Used - LP - 25MM 0261
Beautiful 1983 Japanese Gatefold Pressing With Obi And Insert. more
In The Court Of The Crimson King
Used - LP - SD 19155
Beautiful 2nd Label (75, Rockefeller Address) Housed In A Gatefold Jacket With Clear Plastic "King Crimson" Sticker On The Front Cover (Bottom Left). Appears Unplayed. Jacket Has Crisp Corners. This Particular Copy Is A Weird Variation: There Is No Printed Information On The Side Two Label. First Atlantic Records Label Of Any Title We Have Ever Seen With No Song Titles Printed. more
In The Court Of The Crimson King
New - LP - KCLP1
Sealed 2010 200gm repress in gatefold. Released in 1969, this masterpiece is considered a cornerstone of the progressive rock genre. "21st Century Schizoid Man" leads the way with the albums unique sound driven by techniques which enhance the song's immersive and multi-dimensional sound, creating a sense of depth and complexity. The genius of King Crimson is evident in Robert Fripp's guitar work which is simply spellbinding, while Ian McDonald's flute and saxophone playing adds a mystical dimension to the music. The rhythm section, consisting of Greg Lake on bass and Michael Giles on drums, lays down a solid foundation for the music to thrive. "In The Court Of The Crimson King" is a must-have for any serious music collector. It has been remastered and reissued several times over the last few decades, and this all analog remaster from the original tapes and approved by Robert Fripp mark it as a stand out pressing. more
In The Court Of The Crimson King
Audiophile - New - KCLP1
Sealed 2010 Limited Edition 200gm Reissue Of The 1969 Masterpiece Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold Jacket. Newly Cut From Masters Approved By Robert Fripp. Limited To 2,000 Copies In The US And 12,000 Worldwide. Released in 1969, "In the Court of the Crimson King" marked the debut of King Crimson and laid the foundation for progressive rock as a genre. The album opens with the thunderous and iconic "21st Century Schizoid Man," a sonic assault that sets the tone for the rest of the record. The album's title track showcases the band's intricate musicianship, with lush orchestration and mellotron work. The haunting "Epitaph" is a standout track, with its poignant lyrics and soaring vocals. Throughout the album, King Crimson showcases their ability to blend rock with classical and jazz influences, creating a sound that was unique at the time. The band's lineup included notable musicians such as Robert Fripp, Greg Lake, and Ian McDonald, whose contributions are evident throughout the record. "In the Court of the Crimson King" remains a timeless classic that continues to influence and inspire musicians to this day. more
In The Court Of The Crimson King (An Observation By King Crimson)
Used Import - ILPS 9111
UK Palm Tree Label In Gatefold Jacket. LAST Sticker On Label. Corner Ding. more
In The Court Of The Crimson King (An Observation By King Crimson)
Audiophile - New - MFSL 1-075
Sealed 1982 Half-Speed Master Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. One Of The Most In-Demand And Rarest Mobile Fidelity Titles. Small And Barely Visible Center Bottom Seam Crack. more
In The Court Of The Crimson King (An Observation By King Crimson)
New - LP - KCLP1
Sealed 2020 Repress On 200gm Super-Heavyweight Vinyl, Housed In Deluxe Gatefold Jacket. This Is The Original Stereo Mix Of The 1969 Classic Debut Album, Cut From Masters Approved By Robert Fripp. more
In The Court Of The Crimson King (An Observation By King Crimson)
New Import - KCLPX2019
Sealed 2020 2LP 50th Anniversary Edition On 200gm Super-Heavyweight Vinyl, Housed In Deluxe Gatefold Jacket. Features A New Mix From Steven Wilson In 2019 & An Album Of Alternate Mixes And Studio Takes By Steve Wilson & David Singleton. All Approved By Robert Fripp. "The Group's Definitive Album, And One Of The Most Daring Debut Albums Ever Recorded By Anybody. At The Time, It Blew All Of The Progressive/psychedelic Competition (The Moody Blues, The Nice, Etc.) Out Of The Running, Although It Was Almost Too Good For The Band's Own Good -- It Took King Crimson Nearly Four Years To Come Up With A Record As Strong Or Concise. Ian Mcdonald's Mellotron Is The Dominant Instrument, Along With His Saxes And Fripp's Guitar, Making This A Somewhat Different-sounding Record From Everything Else They Ever Did. And Even Though That Mellotron Sound Is Muted And Toned Down Compared To Their Concert Work Of The Era (E.g., Epitaph), It Is Still Fierce And Overpowering, On An Album Highlighted By Strong Songwriting (Most Of It Filled With Dark And Doom-laden Visions), The Strongest Singing Of Greg Lake's Entire Career, And Fripp's Guitar Playing That Strangely Mixed Elegant Classical, Hendrix-like Rock Explosions, And Jazz Noodling. Lineup Changes Commenced Immediately Upon The Album's Release, And Fripp Would Ultimately Be The Only Survivor On Later King Crimson Records." AMG Review by Bruce Eder. more
In The Court Of The Crimson King (An Observation By King Crimson)
New Import - 2302-057
Sealed mid '70's UK gatefold import. "The Group's Definitive Album, And One Of The Most Daring Debut Albums Ever Recorded By Anybody. At The Time, It Blew All Of The Progressive/psychedelic Competition (The Moody Blues, The Nice, Etc.) Out Of The Running, Although It Was Almost Too Good For The Band's Own Good -- It Took King Crimson Nearly Four Years To Come Up With A Record As Strong Or Concise. Ian Mcdonald's Mellotron Is The Dominant Instrument, Along With His Saxes And Fripp's Guitar, Making This A Somewhat Different-sounding Record From Everything Else They Ever Did. And Even Though That Mellotron Sound Is Muted And Toned Down Compared To Their Concert Work Of The Era (E.g., Epitaph), It Is Still Fierce And Overpowering, On An Album Highlighted By Strong Songwriting (Most Of It Filled With Dark And Doom-laden Visions), The Strongest Singing Of Greg Lake's Entire Career, And Fripp's Guitar Playing That Strangely Mixed Elegant Classical, Hendrix-like Rock Explosions, And Jazz Noodling. Lineup Changes Commenced Immediately Upon The Album's Release, And Fripp Would Ultimately Be The Only Survivor On Later King Crimson Records." AMG - Bruce Eder. more
In The Court Of The Crimson King / Larks Tongue In Aspic
Used - LP - 2302 057
Beautiful 2LP UK Gatefold Package Of Two Great Albums. Both LPs Appear Unplayed. more
In The Wake Of Poseidon
Audiophile - LP - EGKC 2
Rare Half-Speed Mastered Edition Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. Glossy, Unplayed Condition. more
In The Wake Of Poseidon
Used - LP - 25VB-1144
Beautiful Japanese Promo Label With Obi. 4½ Stars In All Music Guide. more
In The Wake Of Poseidon
Used - LP - ILPS 9127
Stunning UK Sunray Label 2nd Issue Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. 4U/3U Stampers. more
In The Wake Of Poseidon
Used - LP - SD 8266
Beautiful 1970 '1841 Broadway' Label Gatefold Original. Shrink Wrap Intact With Custom Song Listing Sticker Over Shrink Plus The Original White Front $3.77 Price. LP Appears Unplayed. Their 4 1/2 Star Follow-Up To "In The Court of The Crimson King." more
In The Wake Of Poseidon
Used - LP - ILPS 9127
Stunning 1970 Pink Island Label Original Housed In A Textured Gatefold. A1/B1 Stampers. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
In The Wake Of Poseidon
Used - LP - SD 8266
1970 Gatefold 2nd Label (75, Rockefeller Plaza Address On Label). Clean COH. LP Appears Unplayed, Gatefold Is Crisp And Sharp. more
In The Wake Of Poseidon
Used - LP - SD 8266
Stunning 1970 White Label Promo In Textured Gatefold Jacket. Promo Sticker On Jacket. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
In The Wake Of Poseidon
Audiophile - LP - EGKC 2
Factory Sealed Half-Speed Mastered Edition Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. more
In The Wake Of Poseidon
Used - LP - SD 8266
1970 '1841 Broadway' Label Original Housed In A Heavy Textured Gatefold. Jacket Is Pristine And The LP Appears Unplayed. Includes The Original Atlantic Inner Sleeve Depicting 104 Color Shots Of Atlantic Albums. In The Brackets On The Red Part Of The Label Can Be Seen (ST-A-701919MO). This Denotes That The LP Was Pressed At Monarch In Los Angeles. more
In The Wake Of Poseidon
New - LP - 2302 058
Sealed, Textured Gatefold 70's UK Red Label Pressing. Pristine Copy. more
In The Wake Of Poseidon
Used - LP - 2302 058
Beautiful Red Label UK 70's Issue Housed In The Original Island Textured Gatefold. more
In The Wake Of Poseidon
Used - LP - ATR 30251 / 30252
Rare Green Label Russian Pressing Housed In A Textured Jacket. Appears Unplayed. more
In The Wake Of Poseidon
New - LP - SD 8266
Factory Sealed Gatefold With Custom Album Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Pristine Copy. We Assume That As This Is The Non Textured Jacket That This Is A 75, Rockefeller Plaza Address Label, But Can't Swear To It. more
In The Wake Of Poseidon
Used - LP - SD 8266
1970 '1841 Broadway' Label Original Housed In A Heavy Textured Gatefold. The Glossy LP Appears Unplayed. Includes The Original Atlantic Inner Sleeve Depicting 104 Color Shots Of Atlantic Albums. In The Brackets On The Red Part Of The Label Can Be Seen (ST-A-701919RI). This Denotes That The LP Was Pressed At PRC Recording Industry Products - Richmond, Indiana. more
In The Wake Of Poseidon
Used - LP - SD 8266
1970 Gatefold Original, Presswell Pressing. (1841 Broadway Address On Labels). Light Sleeve Rash, NAP. Cover Is Crisp Strong VG+ +. more
In The Wake Of Poseidon
New - LP - KCLP2
Sealed 2011 200gm Reissue Housed In A Deluxe, Textured Gatefold Cover. The Original 1970 Stereo Mix Of The 1970 Classic Newly Cut From Masters Approved By Robert Fripp. more
In The Wake Of Poseidon
Used - LP - SD 8266
1970 Original Monarch Press, In Textured Gatefold With Original Company Inner. (1841 Broadway Address On Labels). Cover Shows Some Moderate Erosion/Silver Fishing To Spine & Top Seams. VG+ Vinyl. "King Crimson Opened 1970 Scarcely In Existence As A Band, Having Lost Two Key Members (Ian Mcdonald And Michael Giles), With A Third (Greg Lake) About To Leave. Their Second Album -- Largely Composed Of Robert Fripp's Songwriting And Material Salvaged From Their Stage Repertory ("Pictures Of A City" And "The Devil's Triangle") -- Is Actually Better Produced And Better Sounding Than Their First. Surprisingly, Fripp's Guitar Is Not The Dominant Instrument Here: The Mellotron, Taken Over By Fripp After Mcdonald's Departure -- And Played Even Better Than Before -- Still Remains The Band's Signature. The Record Doesn't Tread Enough New Ground To Precisely Rival In The Court Of The Crimson King. Fripp, However, Has Made An Impressive Show Of Transmuting Material That Worked On Stage ("Mars" Aka "The Devil's Triangle") Into Viable Studio Creations, And "Cadence And Cascade" May Be The Prettiest Song The Group Ever Cut. "The Devil's Triangle," Which Is Essentially An Unauthorized Adaptation Of "Mars, Bringer Of War" From Gustav Holst's The Planets, Was Later Used In An Eerie Bermuda Triangle Documentary Of The Same Name. [in March Of 2000, Caroline And Virgin Released A 24-bit Digitally Remastered Job That Puts The Two Mellotrons, Michael Giles' Drums, Peter Giles' Bass, And Even Fripp's Acoustic Guitar And Keith Tippett's Acoustic Piano Practically In The Lap Of The Listener.]" AMG Review By Bruce Eder. more
In The Wake Of Poseidon
Used - LP - SD 8266
1970 Gatefold Original Pressing. (1841 Broadway). King Crimson's second album "In The Wake Of Poseidon" showcased the band's impressive musicianship and experimentation with progressive rock. The title track, "In The Wake Of Poseidon," is a standout with its dynamic shifts in tempo and the interplay between Robert Fripp's guitar and the mellotron. The album also features a number of instrumental pieces, including "The Devil's Triangle," which showcases the band's use of unconventional instruments such as the oboe and bassoon. Overall, "In The Wake Of Poseidon" is a masterful example of the progressive rock genre and remains a classic in King Crimson's discography. more
In The Wake Of Poseidon
Used Import - P-10124A
1976 Japanese Textured Gatefold First Pressing With Obi. 4 1/2 Stars In All Music Guide. LP Appears Glossy. more
In The Wake Of Poseidon
Used - LP - SD 8266
1970 Gatefold Original Pressing. (1841 Broadway). King Crimson's second album "In The Wake Of Poseidon" showcased the band's impressive musicianship and experimentation with progressive rock. The title track, "In The Wake Of Poseidon," is a standout with its dynamic shifts in tempo and the interplay between Robert Fripp's guitar and the mellotron. The album also features a number of instrumental pieces, including "The Devil's Triangle," which showcases the band's use of unconventional instruments such as the oboe and bassoon. Overall, "In The Wake Of Poseidon" is a masterful example of the progressive rock genre and remains a classic in King Crimson's discography. more
Islands
Audiophile - Used - EGKC 4
1987 Half-speed master pressing. Misprint. Islands is the fourth studio album by the British progressive rock band King Crimson. Released in 1971, it features a unique blend of jazz, classical and rock elements that define the band's signature sound. The album is known for its complex and intricate arrangements, featuring multiple layers of instrumentation and vocals. The title track, "Islands" is a standout on the album, showcasing the band's ability to create a haunting and ethereal atmosphere through its use of mellotrons and haunting vocals. Other notable tracks include "Formentera Lady," which features a beautiful and sweeping melody, and "Sailor's Tale," which highlights the band's technical proficiency with its intricate guitar work and complex time signatures. Islands is a must-listen for any fan of progressive rock or experimental music, and remains a timeless classic in the genre. more
Islands
Used Import - ILPS 9175
1971 UK Pink Rimmed Sun Ray Label, Flip Back Cover Original With The Custom Gatefold Inner Sleeve. 1U/1U Stampers. Cover Shows the usual light corner fray. King Crimson's "Islands" is a masterful exploration of prog rock's potential, melding together an array of musical styles and influences into a cohesive whole. The album's title track is a standout, with hauntingly beautiful vocals from Boz Burrell and an intricate, multi-layered arrangement that showcases the band's formidable musicianship. "Sailor's Tale" is another highlight, building gradually from a gentle acoustic intro to a thunderous climax, driven by Ian Wallace's explosive drumming. The album also features several instrumental tracks, such as "Prelude: Song of the Gulls" and "The Letters," that allow the band to showcase their technical prowess and intricate musical interplay. Overall, "Islands" is a thoroughly engaging and rewarding listen that stands as a testament to King Crimson's enduring influence on the prog rock genre. more
Islands
Used - LP - P-10348A
1977 Japanese First Pressing With Obi And All Inserts. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Islands
Used - LP - SD 7212
Beautiful 1972 Textured Gatefold, Heavy Vinyl (1841 Broadway Address) Original. Clean COH. Appears Unplayed. more
Islands
Used - LP - SD 7212
Rare 1972 White Label Promo Housed In A Heavy-Duty Gatefold Jacket With Large Album Hype Sticker On The Front. Front And Back Cover And One Label Are Stamped "Jimi Fox-MD" In Green. more
Islands
Used - LP - SD 7212
Stunning 2nd Label (75, Rockefella Plaza) Housed In An Original Heavy-Duty Textured Gatefold Cover. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Lark's Tongue In Aspic
New - LP - SD 7263
Sealed 1973 Original With Custom Album Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap. Pristine Copy. more
Lark's Tongue In Aspic
Used - LP - EGLP 7
Beautiful UK Black Label Reissue. more
Lark's Tongue In Aspic
New - LP - SD 7263
Sealed 1973 Original. more
Lark's Tongue In Aspic
Used - LP - SD 7263
Stunning 1973 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve (1841 Broadway Address Labels) And Custom Album Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap. more
Lark's Tongue In Aspic
Used - LP - SD 7263
1973 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve (1841 Broadway Address Labels) And Custom Promotional Album Hype Sticker On The Jacket. Tiny Saw Cut. This Is As Close As You Can Get To A White Label Promo (Which Does Not Exist, As Far As We Know): Dead Wax Is Inscribed "DJ" Both Sides By The Mastering Engineer. Jacket Has Light Foxing. The Glossy LP Appears Unplayed. more
Lark's Tongues In Aspic
Used - LP - SD 7263
1973 Original In Shrink Wrap. 1841 Broadway Address On Labels. more
Lark's Tongues In Aspic
Used - LP - P-10136A
1976 Japanese First Pressing With Obi And Insert. LP Appears Unplayed. 4½ Stars. “King Crimson Reborn Yet Again — The Newly Configured Band Makes Its Debut With A Violin (Courtesy Of David Cross) Sharing Center Stage With Robert Fripp's Guitars And Mellotron, Which Is Pushed Into The Background. The Music Is The Most Experimental Of Fripp's Career Up To This Time — Though Some Of It Actually Dated (In Embryonic Form) Back To The Tail End Of The Boz Burrell-Ian Wallace-Mel Collins Lineup. And John Wetton Was The Group's Strongest Singer/Bassist Since Greg Lake's Departure Three Years Earlier. "Outer Limits Music" Was How One Reviewer Referred To It, Mixing Cross' Demonic Fiddling With Shrieking Electronics, Bill Bruford's Astounding Dexterity At The Drum Kit, Jamie Muir's Melodic And Usually Understated Percussion, Wetton's Thundering (Yet Melodic) Bass, And Fripp's Guitar, Which Generated Sounds Ranging From Traditional Classical And Soft Pop-Jazz Licks To Hair-Curling Electric Flourishes.” Bruce Eder, AMG. more
Lark's Tongues In Aspic
Used - LP - SD 7263
1973 Original In Shrink Wrap With Original Inner Sleeve. 1841 Broadway Address On Labels. Slight Discoloration At The Cover Opening And Slight Fraying On Top Edge, Hence Price. more
Larks' Tongues In Aspic
Used Import - P-10136A
1976 Japanese Reissue, 2nd Pressing With Obi & Insert. "King Crimson Reborn Yet Again -- The Then-Newly Configured Band Makes Its Debut With A Violin (Courtesy Of David Cross) Sharing Center Stage With Robert Fripp's Guitars And His Mellotron, Which Is Pushed Into The Background. The Music Is The Most Experimental Of Fripp's Career Up To This Time -- Though Some Of It Actually Dated (In Embryonic Form) Back To The Tail-End Of The Boz Burrell-Ian Wallace-Mel Collins Lineup. And John Wetton Was The Group's Strongest Singer/Bassist Since Greg Lake's Departure Three Years Earlier. What's More, This Lineup Quickly Established Itself As A Powerful Performing Unit, Working In A More Purely Experimental, Less Jazz-Oriented Vein Than Its Immediate Predecessor. "Outer Limits Music" Was How One Reviewer Referred To It, Mixing Cross' Demonic Fiddling With Shrieking Electronics, Bill Bruford's Astounding Dexterity At The Drum Kit, Jamie Muir's Melodic And Usually Understated Percussion, Wetton's Thundering Yet Melodic Bass, And Fripp's Guitar, Which Generated Sounds Ranging From Traditional Classical And Soft Pop-jazz Licks To Hair-Curling Electric Flourishes." AMG Review By Bruce Eder. more
Lizard
Used - LP - ILPS 9141
1970 UK pressing in laminated gatefold cover. King Crimson's "Lizard" is a strikingly intricate and experimental album. Side one opens with the mesmerizing "Cirkus," which sets the tone for the rest of the record. The title track "Lizard" is a hauntingly beautiful composition that showcases the band's ability to seamlessly blend elements of jazz, rock, and classical music. "Prince Rupert Awakes" is a standout track that features a beautiful duet between the late Jon Anderson of Yes and King Crimson frontman Robert Fripp. "Lizard" is a challenging listen but one that is ultimately rewarding. It's an album that requires multiple listens to fully appreciate the layers of complexity and intricacy that the band has masterfully woven together. For fans of progressive rock, "Lizard" is an essential addition to any music collection. more
Lizard
Used - LP - EGKC 3
1987 half speed pressing in gatefold cover. King Crimson's "Lizard" is a strikingly intricate and experimental album. Side one opens with the mesmerizing "Cirkus," which sets the tone for the rest of the record. The title track "Lizard" is a hauntingly beautiful composition that showcases the band's ability to seamlessly blend elements of jazz, rock, and classical music. "Prince Rupert Awakes" is a standout track that features a beautiful duet between the late Jon Anderson of Yes and King Crimson frontman Robert Fripp. "Lizard" is a challenging listen but one that is ultimately rewarding. It's an album that requires multiple listens to fully appreciate the layers of complexity and intricacy that the band has masterfully woven together. For fans of progressive rock, "Lizard" is an essential addition to any music collection. more
Lizard
New Import - KCLP3
Sealed 2022 Repress Of The 2012 Reissue, Indicated By Slightly Updated Hype Sticker. The Original 1970 Stereo Mix Pressed On 200gm 2LP, Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. Newly Recut From Masters Approved By Robert Fripp. "Released In December 1970, King Crimson's Third Studio Album, Lizard, Is Often Viewed As An Outlier In The Pioneering British Prog Outfit's Nearly Half-century Discography. It's Not Easily Grouped With 1969's Stunning In The Court Of The Crimson King Debut And 1970 Follow-up In The Wake Of Poseidon, And Along With 1971's Islands It's Considered A Transitional Release On The Band's Path Toward The Relative Stability Of The Larks' Tongues In Aspic (1973), Starless And Bible Black (1974), And Red (1974) Trilogy. Plus, The Lizard Sessions Were Difficult And The Core Group Lineup Acrimoniously Collapsed Immediately Afterward, As Bandleader/guitarist Robert Fripp, With Lyricist Peter Sinfield, Continued Brave Efforts To Save King Crimson From Disintegrating As The Group's Lengthy History Was Just Getting Underway. Even Fripp Himself Wasn't A Big Lizard Fan Until He Reportedly "Heard The Music In The Music" When Listening To Steven Wilson's 2009 40th Anniversary Remix. Yet There Are Plenty Of Crimson Followers Who Place Lizard At The Very Apex Of The Group's Recorded Legacy -- And With Good Reason. Seamlessly Blending Rock, Jazz, And Classical In A Way That Few Albums Have Successfully Achieved, Lizard Is Epic, Intimate, Cacophonic, And Subtle By Turn -- And Infused With The Dark Moods First Heard When "21st Century Schizoid Man" And "Epitaph" Reached Listeners' Ears The Previous Year. Opener "Cirkus" Is A Cavalcade Of Menace, With Vocalist Gordon Haskell Intoning Or Declaiming Sinfield's Phantasmagorical Words Over A Kaleidoscopic Musical Backdrop, The Song's Ripping Buzzsaw Refrain Alternating With Warped Funhouse Jazz Prominently Featuring Keyboardist Keith Tippett And Saxophonist Mel Collins. "Indoor Games" Is Comparatively Whimsical, With Collins' Blurty Sax Almost Comically Up-front In The Mix And Crisp Ensemble Interplay In The Middle Section, While The Singsongy "Happy Family" Finds Sinfield's Lyrics Obliquely Addressing The Beatles' Breakup And "Lady Of The Dancing Water" Revisits The Gentle Terrain Of "I Talk To The Wind" And "Cadence And Cascade." But The Side-long Multi-part Title Suite Astounds The Most. Guest Jon Anderson's Choirboy Vocals Open "Lizard" With A Feint Toward The Light And Airy, But Haskell's Brassy Chorus Suggests Ritualistic Precursors To Dark Goings-on. The Suite Then Enters Its "Bolero" Movement, Marked By Robin Miller's Beautiful Oboe And Fripp's Swelling Mellotron, With A Jazz Interlude Showcasing Collins, Cornetist Mark Charig, Trombonist Nick Evans, And A Jagged And Explosive Tippett, Collectively Free And Even Ebullient In Their Interplay But Never Fully Breaking Away From Drummer Andy Mcculloch's Background Rat-a-tat Snare That Foreshadows The Howling Maelstrom Of "The Battle Of Glass Tears." After The Smoke Clears, Fripp's Sustained Guitar Notes Cut Through The Funereal Aftermath, Dissolving Into Silence Before The Swirling "Big Top" Coda Brings The Album Full Circle, Suggesting Lizard's Dark Journey On An Endless Loop Accelerating Into The Future." AMG Review By Dave Lynch. more
Lizard
New Import - KCLLP3
Sealed 2020 limited edition 40th anniversary remaster pressed on 200gm audiophile vinyl. Gatefold jacket, custom hype sticker on shrink. "Released in December 1970, King Crimson's third studio album, Lizard, is often viewed as an outlier in the pioneering British prog outfit's nearly half-century discography. It's not easily grouped with 1969's stunning In the Court of the Crimson King debut and 1970 follow-up In the Wake of Poseidon, and along with 1971's Islands it's considered a transitional release on the band's path toward the relative stability of the Larks' Tongues in Aspic (1973), Starless and Bible Black (1974), and Red (1974) trilogy. Plus, the Lizard sessions were difficult and the core group lineup acrimoniously collapsed immediately afterward, as bandleader/guitarist Robert Fripp, with lyricist Peter Sinfield, continued brave efforts to save King Crimson from disintegrating as the group's lengthy history was just getting underway. Even Fripp himself wasn't a big Lizard fan until he reportedly "heard the Music in the music" when listening to Steven Wilson's 2009 40th anniversary remix. Yet there are plenty of Crimson followers who place Lizard at the very apex of the group's recorded legacy -- and with good reason. Seamlessly blending rock, jazz, and classical in a way that few albums have successfully achieved, Lizard is epic, intimate, cacophonic, and subtle by turn -- and infused with the dark moods first heard when "21st Century Schizoid Man" and "Epitaph" reached listeners' ears the previous year. Opener "Cirkus" is a cavalcade of menace, with vocalist Gordon Haskell intoning or declaiming Sinfield's phantasmagorical words over a kaleidoscopic musical backdrop, the song's ripping buzzsaw refrain alternating with warped funhouse jazz prominently featuring keyboardist Keith Tippett and saxophonist Mel Collins. "Indoor Games" is comparatively whimsical, with Collins' blurty sax almost comically up-front in the mix and crisp ensemble interplay in the middle section, while the singsongy "Happy Family" finds Sinfield's lyrics obliquely addressing the Beatles' breakup and "Lady of the Dancing Water" revisits the gentle terrain of "I Talk to the Wind" and "Cadence and Cascade." But the side-long multi-part title suite astounds the most. Guest Jon Anderson's choirboy vocals open "Lizard" with a feint toward the light and airy, but Haskell's brassy chorus suggests ritualistic precursors to dark goings-on. The suite then enters its "Bolero" movement, marked by Robin Miller's beautiful oboe and Fripp's swelling Mellotron, with a jazz interlude showcasing Collins, cornetist Mark Charig, trombonist Nick Evans, and a jagged and explosive Tippett, collectively free and even ebullient in their interplay but never fully breaking away from drummer Andy McCulloch's background rat-a-tat snare that foreshadows the howling maelstrom of "The Battle of Glass Tears." After the smoke clears, Fripp's sustained guitar notes cut through the funereal aftermath, dissolving into silence before the swirling "Big Top" coda brings the album full circle, suggesting Lizard's dark journey on an endless loop accelerating into the future. In 2016, lineup changes made it possible to include selections from this album in King Crimson's career-spanning live concerts, and with all the spectacular music on display, more than one audience member could be heard saying, "I came for Lizard." AMG - Dave Lynch more
Lizard
Used - LP - 25MM 0263
1983 Japanese Gatefold With Obi. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. First Copy We Have Had In Stock In Thirteen Years. more
Lizard
Audiophile - LP - EGKC 3
Sealed Half-Speed Master, Housed In A Gatefold Cover. more
Lizard
Used - LP - SD 8278
Beautiful 1970 White Label Promo, Laminated Gatefold Jacket With Custom Album Hype And Promo Song Hype Stickers. more
Lizard
Used - LP - SD 8278
Stunning 1971 Heavy-Duty Laminated Gatefold Original. 1841 Broadway Address On Labels. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Lizard
Used - LP - 1C 062-92 231
Beautiful 1970 German Laminated Gatefold First Pressing. more
Lizard
Used - LP - ILPS 9141
1970 UK pressing in laminated gatefold cover. King Crimson's "Lizard" is a strikingly intricate and experimental album. Side one opens with the mesmerizing "Cirkus," which sets the tone for the rest of the record. The title track "Lizard" is a hauntingly beautiful composition that showcases the band's ability to seamlessly blend elements of jazz, rock, and classical music. "Prince Rupert Awakes" is a standout track that features a beautiful duet between the late Jon Anderson of Yes and King Crimson frontman Robert Fripp. "Lizard" is a challenging listen but one that is ultimately rewarding. It's an album that requires multiple listens to fully appreciate the layers of complexity and intricacy that the band has masterfully woven together. For fans of progressive rock, "Lizard" is an essential addition to any music collection. more
Lizard
Used - LP - SD 8278
Beautiful 1971 Heavy-Duty Laminated Gatefold Original. 1841 Broadway Address On Labels. Side One Label Has Two Initials Written On The Label. more
Lizard
New - LP - SD 8278
Sealed 1971 Gatefold Original With Custom Album Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. more
Lizard
Used - LP - 2302 059
Beautiful UK Red Label Stereo Housed In A Laminated Gatefold Jacket. A1/B1 Stampers. more
Lizard
Audiophile - LP - EGKC 3
Factory Sealed 1987 Half-Speed Master Housed In A Gatefold Cover. more
Lizard
Audiophile - LP - EGKC 3
Long Out Of Print Half-Speed Master Housed In A Gatefold Cover. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Lizard
Used - LP - P-10347A
1977 Japanese Gatefold First Pressing With Obi. LP Appears New, Unplayed. more
Lizard
Used - LP - P-6390A
1980 Japan Pressing. Warner Pioneer 10Th Year Wea-Way '80 Series. The 3rd LP And Considered An Outlier, King Crimson Found Their Way Into A New Line Up and A Change Of Direction With Their Following Records. Still Recognized By Many Fans As A Solid Work. more
Red
New - LP - EGKC 8
Sealed Original. Recorded In London, 1974. more
Red
Audiophile - LP - EGKC 8
Sealed 1987 Half-Speed Mastered Collector's Edition. more
Red
New - LP - SD 18110
Sealed 1974 Original. Pristine Copy. A Magical 5 Star Album. more
Red
Used - LP - P-10349A
Beautiful Japanese Pressing Housed In A Laminated Cover With Obi. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Red
Used - LP - SD 18110
Original 1974 Presswell. Saw Cut. Vinyl Appears Unplayed. Cover Has Minor Wear. Saw Cut. Magical 5-Star Album. more
Red
Used Import - ILPS 9308
1974 UK Pink Rim Palm Tree Label, Laminated Cover Original & Blue Inner Sleeve. King Crimson's 1974 album "Red" is a masterpiece of progressive rock. This album showcases the band's ability to create complex and intricate music while still maintaining a sense of raw energy and emotion. The title track is a standout, featuring a driving rhythm section and intense guitar work from Robert Fripp. "One More Red Nightmare" is another standout, with its haunting vocals and powerful instrumental sections. The album also features the epic "Starless," which builds to a stunning climax before fading out on a haunting saxophone solo. The musicianship on "Red" is truly exceptional, with each member of the band contributing to the overall sound and feel of the album. King Crimson pushes the boundaries of rock music on "Red," creating an album that is both challenging and deeply rewarding. It's a must-listen for any fan of the genre. more
Return Of King Crimson
Used - LP - WBMS 119
1981 Promotional Only 56 Minute Warner Brothers Music Show. Second Copy We've Had In Stock. Very Slight Cover Wear. Small, But Audible Tick On Side One. more
Return Of King Crimson
Used - LP - WBMS 119
1981 Promotional Only 56 Minute Warner Brothers Music Show. Appears Unplayed. First Copy We Have Ever Had In Stock. more
Return Of King Crimson
Used - LP - WBMS 119
1981 Promo Only Radio Show. more
Rhapsody Sun Plaza Hall Tokyo May 3, 1984
Used - LP - KC 1181
Rare 1984 2LP "Live" Show Housed In A Laminated Jacket Which Has A Light Manufacturing Crease. Both LPs Appear Unplayed. more
Senabular
Used - LP - FLAT 8221
Rare 1974 "Live" Performance Recorded In Arlington, Texas. Appears Unplayed. more
Sleepless
New - 12 - 20193
Sealed 12" 45rpm 2 Track Picture Sleeve. Contains Dance Mix and Insturmental Versions Of Sleepless. more
Sleepless
Used - 12 - PRO A 2131
Mint 1984 33 1/3rpm 12 Inch Promo Label. Picture Sleeve. more
Sleepless
Used - 12 - EGOX 15
1984 Three-Track 45rpm 12 Inch Housed In A Picture Sleeve. Dance And Instrumental Mixes By Francois Kevorkian. Appears Unplayed. more
Sleepless
Used - LP - PRO-A-2131
1984 12" Single, Promo, 33rpm, Allied Pressing. Released in 1984, the album features the classic lineup of Robert Fripp, Adrian Belew, Tony Levin, and Bill Bruford. Sleepless is a notable departure from the band's previous work, with a more electric and pop-oriented sound. "Sleepless," is one of King Crimson's most recognizable songs and features a driving beat and catchy chorus that make it a fan favorite. more
Starless And Bible Black
New Import - KCLP6
Sealed, Latest 200gm Gatefold Reissue. Newly Cut From Masters Approved By Robert Fripp. "Starless And Bible Black Is Even More Powerful And Daring Than Its Predecessor, Larks' Tongues In Aspic, With Jarring Tempo Shifts, Explosive Guitar Riffs, And Soaring, Elegant, And Delicate Violin And Mellotron Parts Scattered Throughout Its 41 Minutes, Often All In The Same Songs. The Album Was On The Outer Fringes Of Accessible Progressive Rock, With Enough Musical Ideas Explored To Make Starless And Bible Black More Than Background For Tripping The Way Emerson, Lake & Palmer's Albums Were. "The Night Watch," A Song About A Rembrandt Painting, Was, Incredibly, A Single Release, Although It Was Much More Representative Of The Sound That Crimson Was Abandoning Than Where It Was Going In 1973-1974. More To That Point Were The Contents Of Side Two Of The Lp, A Pair Of Instrumentals That Threw The Group's Hardest Sounds Right In The Face Of The Listener, And Gained Some Converts In The Process." AMG Review By Bruce Eder. more
Starless And Bible Black
Used - LP - SD 7298
Beautiful 1974 Heavy-Duty Textured Gatefold Original Still In Shrink With Custom Lyrics Inner Sleeve. more
Starless And Bible Black
Used - LP - SD 7298
Beautiful 1974 Textured Gatefold Original With Custom Lyrics Inner Sleeve And Promo Song Hype Sticker On Jacket, Small Saw Cut. Appears Unplayed. more
Starless And Bible Black
Audiophile - LP - EGKC 7
First Copy We Have Ever Had In Stock Of This Half Speed Master Housed In A Gatefold Jacket Still In Shrink Wrap. Glossy, Unplayed Condition. more
Starless And Bible Black
New - LP - SD 7298
Sealed 1974 Textured Gatefold Original With Custom Lyrics Inner Sleeve. Small saw Cut. more
The ReconstruKction Of Light
New - LP - KCLPX14
Sealed 2019 200gm 2LP Reissue, Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. First Time On Vinyl. Remixed & Expanded With New Drums By Pat Mastelotto, Plus A Side Of Additional Tracks From Live ConstruKction. Cut From Masters Approved By Robert Fripp. more
The Young Person's Guide to King Crimson
Audiophile - LP - EGKC 10
1976 2LP, Limited Edition Half-Speed Master Housed In A Gatefold Cover With 16 Page Booklet And King Crimson VHS Video Insert Offer. Both LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed. Very Slight Corner Bump. “For Almost Two Decades Before King Crimson's Catalog Became A Minefield Of Odd Retrospectives, Live Oddities, And Archival Treasure Troves, A Young Person's Guide To King Crimson Was The Only Worthwhile Retrospective The Band Had Ever Had -- Or Seemed Likely To Receive. Originally Released In 1976 Following The Band's Apparently Irrevocable Split Of The Year Before, This Robert Fripp-Compiled Double Album Rounded Up An Excellent, If Somewhat Idiosyncratic, Survey Of The Group's Seven Years Together, Its Contents Ranging From The Unimpeachable Classics To Unimaginable Rarities -- The Pre-Crimson Demo Of "I Talk To The Wind" Was A Collector's Dream At The Time, While The Presence Of "Groon" Took The Heat Off Anyone Who Missed Out On Its Sole Previous Appearance, As The B-Side Of 1970's "Cat Food" Single. Of The Other Tracks, Three-Fifths Of The Debut Album Included The Anthemic Poles Of "21st Century Schizoid Man" And "Epitaph," And Served To Remind Just How Powerful In The Court Of The Crimson King Was On Release, While More Recent Highlights Included Both "Red" And "Starless" From The Band's Final Album (Red), Starless And Bible Black's Eternally Atmospheric "The Night Watch," And, As If To Prove That The Band's Sense Of Humor Was Never Far From The Surface, The Ribald Saga Of "Ladies Of The Road." A Vast Booklet Of Facts And Figures, Again Compiled By Fripp And Drawing From His Own Squirrel-Like Horde Of King Crimson Memorabilia, Rounded Off The Package. It's A Sign Of Just How Well Conceived This Collection Was That, No Matter How Many More So-Called "Best-Ofs" The Band Has Endured, A Young Person's Guide Remains The Definitive Study Of The Original King Crimson.” – Dave Thompson, AMG more
The Young Person's Guide to King Crimson
Used - 10 - 2335 136
1975 Orange And Black Label German 2LP Gatefold. Both LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed. Jacket Has Very Light Shelf Wear On Bottom Seam. “For Almost Two Decades Before King Crimson's Catalog Became A Minefield Of Odd Retrospectives, Live Oddities, And Archival Treasure Troves, A Young Person's Guide To King Crimson Was The Only Worthwhile Retrospective The Band Had Ever Had -- Or Seemed Likely To Receive. Originally Released In 1976 Following The Band's Apparently Irrevocable Split Of The Year Before, This Robert Fripp-Compiled Double Album Rounded Up An Excellent, If Somewhat Idiosyncratic, Survey Of The Group's Seven Years Together, Its Contents Ranging From The Unimpeachable Classics To Unimaginable Rarities -- The Pre-Crimson Demo Of "I Talk To The Wind" Was A Collector's Dream At The Time, While The Presence Of "Groon" Took The Heat Off Anyone Who Missed Out On Its Sole Previous Appearance, As The B-Side Of 1970's "Cat Food" Single. Of The Other Tracks, Three-Fifths Of The Debut Album Included The Anthemic Poles Of "21st Century Schizoid Man" And "Epitaph," And Served To Remind Just How Powerful In The Court Of The Crimson King Was On Release, While More Recent Highlights Included Both "Red" And "Starless" From The Band's Final Album (Red), Starless And Bible Black's Eternally Atmospheric "The Night Watch," And, As If To Prove That The Band's Sense Of Humor Was Never Far From The Surface, The Ribald Saga Of "Ladies Of The Road." A Vast Booklet Of Facts And Figures, Again Compiled By Fripp And Drawing From His Own Squirrel-Like Horde Of King Crimson Memorabilia, Rounded Off The Package. It's A Sign Of Just How Well Conceived This Collection Was That, No Matter How Many More So-Called "Best-Ofs" The Band Has Endured, A Young Person's Guide Remains The Definitive Study Of The Original King Crimson.” – Dave Thompson, AMG more
The Young Person's Guide to King Crimson
Used - LP - 2612 035
1979 UK 2LP Gatefold 2nd Issue With 20 Page Book Featuring Tons Of Great B&W Photos Plus The 1969 Tour Schedule. Both LPs Appear Unplayed. Jacket Has Light Shelf Wear. “For Almost Two Decades Before King Crimson's Catalog Became A Minefield Of Odd Retrospectives, Live Oddities, And Archival Treasure Troves, A Young Person's Guide To King Crimson Was The Only Worthwhile Retrospective The Band Had Ever Had -- Or Seemed Likely To Receive. Originally Released In 1976 Following The Band's Apparently Irrevocable Split Of The Year Before, This Robert Fripp-Compiled Double Album Rounded Up An Excellent, If Somewhat Idiosyncratic, Survey Of The Group's Seven Years Together, Its Contents Ranging From The Unimpeachable Classics To Unimaginable Rarities -- The Pre-Crimson Demo Of "I Talk To The Wind" Was A Collector's Dream At The Time, While The Presence Of "Groon" Took The Heat Off Anyone Who Missed Out On Its Sole Previous Appearance, As The B-Side Of 1970's "Cat Food" Single. Of The Other Tracks, Three-Fifths Of The Debut Album Included The Anthemic Poles Of "21st Century Schizoid Man" And "Epitaph," And Served To Remind Just How Powerful In The Court Of The Crimson King Was On Release, While More Recent Highlights Included Both "Red" And "Starless" From The Band's Final Album (Red), Starless And Bible Black's Eternally Atmospheric "The Night Watch," And, As If To Prove That The Band's Sense Of Humor Was Never Far From The Surface, The Ribald Saga Of "Ladies Of The Road." A Vast Booklet Of Facts And Figures, Again Compiled By Fripp And Drawing From His Own Squirrel-Like Horde Of King Crimson Memorabilia, Rounded Off The Package. It's A Sign Of Just How Well Conceived This Collection Was That, No Matter How Many More So-Called "Best-Ofs" The Band Has Endured, A Young Person's Guide Remains The Definitive Study Of The Original King Crimson.” – Dave Thompson, AMG. more
The Young Person's Guide to King Crimson
Used - LP - P-5532~3A
1976 Japanese First Pressing 2LP Gatefold With Obi And Glossy Photo Booklet. Both LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed. “For Almost Two Decades Before King Crimson's Catalog Became A Minefield Of Odd Retrospectives, Live Oddities, And Archival Treasure Troves, A Young Person's Guide To King Crimson Was The Only Worthwhile Retrospective The Band Had Ever Had -- Or Seemed Likely To Receive. Originally Released In 1976 Following The Band's Apparently Irrevocable Split Of The Year Before, This Robert Fripp-Compiled Double Album Rounded Up An Excellent, If Somewhat Idiosyncratic, Survey Of The Group's Seven Years Together, Its Contents Ranging From The Unimpeachable Classics To Unimaginable Rarities -- The Pre-Crimson Demo Of "I Talk To The Wind" Was A Collector's Dream At The Time, While The Presence Of "Groon" Took The Heat Off Anyone Who Missed Out On Its Sole Previous Appearance, As The B-Side Of 1970's "Cat Food" Single. Of The Other Tracks, Three-Fifths Of The Debut Album Included The Anthemic Poles Of "21st Century Schizoid Man" And "Epitaph," And Served To Remind Just How Powerful In The Court Of The Crimson King Was On Release, While More Recent Highlights Included Both "Red" And "Starless" From The Band's Final Album (Red), Starless And Bible Black's Eternally Atmospheric "The Night Watch," And, As If To Prove That The Band's Sense Of Humor Was Never Far From The Surface, The Ribald Saga Of "Ladies Of The Road." A Vast Booklet Of Facts And Figures, Again Compiled By Fripp And Drawing From His Own Squirrel-Like Horde Of King Crimson Memorabilia, Rounded Off The Package. It's A Sign Of Just How Well Conceived This Collection Was That, No Matter How Many More So-Called "Best-Ofs" The Band Has Endured, A Young Person's Guide Remains The Definitive Study Of The Original King Crimson.” – Dave Thompson, AMG. more
The Young Persons' Guide To King Crimson
Used Import - P-5532~3A
1976 Japanese First Pressing 2LP Gatefold With Obi And Glossy Photo Booklet. Both LPs Appear Glossy. “For Almost Two Decades Before King Crimson's Catalog Became A Minefield Of Odd Retrospectives, Live Oddities, And Archival Treasure Troves, A Young Person's Guide To King Crimson Was The Only Worthwhile Retrospective The Band Had Ever Had -- Or Seemed Likely To Receive. Originally Released In 1976 Following The Band's Apparently Irrevocable Split Of The Year Before, This Robert Fripp-Compiled Double Album Rounded Up An Excellent, If Somewhat Idiosyncratic, Survey Of The Group's Seven Years Together, Its Contents Ranging From The Unimpeachable Classics To Unimaginable Rarities -- The Pre-Crimson Demo Of "I Talk To The Wind" Was A Collector's Dream At The Time, While The Presence Of "Groon" Took The Heat Off Anyone Who Missed Out On Its Sole Previous Appearance, As The B-Side Of 1970's "Cat Food" Single. Of The Other Tracks, Three-Fifths Of The Debut Album Included The Anthemic Poles Of "21st Century Schizoid Man" And "Epitaph," And Served To Remind Just How Powerful In The Court Of The Crimson King Was On Release, While More Recent Highlights Included Both "Red" And "Starless" From The Band's Final Album (Red), Starless And Bible Black's Eternally Atmospheric "The Night Watch," And, As If To Prove That The Band's Sense Of Humor Was Never Far From The Surface, The Ribald Saga Of "Ladies Of The Road." A Vast Booklet Of Facts And Figures, Again Compiled By Fripp And Drawing From His Own Squirrel-Like Horde Of King Crimson Memorabilia, Rounded Off The Package. It's A Sign Of Just How Well Conceived This Collection Was That, No Matter How Many More So-Called "Best-Ofs" The Band Has Endured, A Young Person's Guide Remains The Definitive Study Of The Original King Crimson.” – Dave Thompson, AMG. more
Three Of A Perfect Pair
Used - LP - 25071-1
1984 Warner Shield Label Original With Gold Promo Stamp On Front Cover And Custom Inner Sleeve. Glossy, Unplayed Condition. 1A/1A Sterling Stampers. more
Three Of A Perfect Pair
Used Import - 28MM 0343
1984 Japanese Pressing With Obi. Vinyl Appears Glossy. more
Three Of A Perfect Pair
Used - LP - 9 25071-1
1984 Original. King Crimson's "Three of a Perfect Pair" is a must-listen for music lovers who appreciate experimental, progressive rock. Released in 1984, the album features complex rhythms, intricate guitar work, and unconventional time signatures that showcase the band's technical prowess. The album's title track is an excellent example of the band's ability to combine artful lyricism with their signature sound, while "Sleepless" is a fast-paced, energetic track that showcases Robert Fripp's guitar skills. The album also features several instrumental tracks, including "Industry" and "No Warning," which demonstrate the band's ability to create mood and atmosphere with their music. Overall, "Three of a Perfect Pair" is a standout album in King Crimson's discography, and a must-listen for fans of the band or progressive rock in general. Its experimental sound and technical complexity make it both challenging and rewarding to listen to, and it remains a testament to the band's musical vision and talent. more
Three Of A Perfect Pair
Used - LP - 28MM 0343
Mint Japanese Pressing, No Obi. more
Three Of A Perfect Pair
Used - LP - 25071
Mint, Unplayed 1984 Original. more
Three Of A Perfect Pair
Used - LP - 28MM 0343
1984 Japanese Pressing With Obi. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Three Of A Perfect Pair
New - LP - 25071
Sealed 1984 Original. Clean Cut Out Hole. more
Three Of A Perfect Pair / Man With An Open Heart
Used - 12 - PRO A 2158
1984 33 1/3rpm 12 Inch Promo Label, Picture Sleeve. more
U.S.A.
Used - LP - 25MM 0269
Beautiful Japanese Pressing With Inserts, No Obi. more
Unpronounceable
New - LP - KC 22185
Sealed 1984 Original Pressing Recorded Live In Japan. Pristine Copy. First Sealed Copy We Have Ever Seen. more
USA
Used Import - P-10350A
1975 Japanese First Pressing With Obi. more
USA
Used - LP - 2302 067
Beautiful UK Laminated Jacket 2nd Issue (Original ILPS 9316 Cat # Is On Spine). Appears Unplayed. more
USA
Used - LP - SD 18136
Beautiful 1975 Live Record With Promo Sticker On Front Jacket. Saw-Cut, Vinyl Appears Unplayed more
USA
Audiophile - LP - EGKC 9
Sealed 1987 Limited Edition Half-Speed Mastered Collector's Edition. Pristine Copy. more
USA
New - LP - 2302 067
Sealed UK Pressing (No Bar Code On Jacket). more
Young Person's Guide To King Crimson
New - LP - ISLD 7
Sealed UK 1976 2LP Gatefold. “For Almost Two Decades Before King Crimson's Catalog Became A Minefield Of Odd Retrospectives, Live Oddities, And Archival Treasure Troves, A Young Person's Guide To King Crimson Was The Only Worthwhile Retrospective The Band Had Ever Had — Or Seemed Likely To Receive. Originally Released In 1976 Following The Band's Apparently Irrevocable Split Of The Year Before, This Robert Fripp-Compiled Double Album Rounded Up An Excellent, If Somewhat Idiosyncratic, Survey Of The Group's Seven Years Together, Its Contents Ranging From The Unimpeachable Classics To Unimaginable Rarities — The Pre-Crimson Demo Of "I Talk To The Wind" Was A Collector's Dream At The Time, While The Presence Of "Groon" Took The Heat Off Anyone Who Missed Out On Its Sole Previous Appearance, As The B-Side Of 1970's "Cat Food" Single. Of The Other Tracks, Three-Fifths Of The Debut Album Included The Anthemic Poles Of "21st Century Schizoid Man" And "Epitaph," And Served To Remind Just How Powerful In The Court Of The Crimson King Was On Release, While More Recent Highlights Included Both "Red" And "Starless" From The Band's Final Album (Red), Starless And Bible Black's Eternally Atmospheric "The Night Watch," And, As If To Prove That The Band's Sense Of Humor Was Never Far From The Surface, The Ribald Saga Of "Ladies Of The Road." A Vast Booklet Of Facts And Figures, Again Compiled By Fripp And Drawing From His Own Squirrel-Like Horde Of King Crimson Memorabilia, Rounded Off The Package. It's A Sign Of Just How Well Conceived This Collection Was That, No Matter How Many More So-Called "Best-Ofs" The Band Has Endured, A Young Person's Guide Remains The Definitive Study Of The Original King Crimson.” AMG. more
Young Person's Guide To King Crimson
Used - LP - ISLD 7
1976 UK 2LP Gatefold First Pressing (Light Blue Rim With Palm Tree Design) With A1/B1/A1/B1 Stampers. Includes The 20 Page Glossy, Illustrated Booklet And The Custom Black Inner Sleeves With The "i" Logo. Both LPs Appear Unplayed. Cover Has A Slight Bumped Corner. more

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