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Cold Sky Blue
Review by Gary Hill
The titular Cross is David Cross, probably best known for his work with King Crimson. The Quinn is Sean Quinn.

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As you might guess from the album title, all of the music here was written by the composer Béla Bartok. These are rock interpretations of the pieces, though.

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King Crimson - Larks' Tongues in Aspic
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This album is kind of a legend in King Crimson circles. People have such a high reverence for it.
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For my money, Red is King Crimson's most consistent and powerful album. The disc combines the hard edged sound that I think works the best for Crimson with both highly accessible and very creative song writing to produce an album that holds up exceptionally well.
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King Crimson - Starless and Bible Black
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This is a double disc set. I believe that it was also released at one point in time as two single disc sets.


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King Crimson - USA
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