King Crimson ‎– A Weird Person's Guide To ... Vol. 2

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Invasion Unlimited ‎– IU 9426-1
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CD, Compilation, Unofficial Release
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Palace Theatre, Waterburg, CT, May 6, 1973
1 King Crimson Train To Hell* (Incl. Late Night*)
Recorded By – Brian Eno, Fripp*
5:23
2 King Crimson Trio**
Drums – Bill BrufordMellotron – Robert FrippViolin – David CrossVocals, Bass – John Wetton
7:59
Giles, Giles & Fripp (1968)
3 Giles, Giles And Fripp Newly Weds
Vocals – Robert FrippWritten-By – Peter Giles
2:45
4 Giles, Giles And Fripp Under The Sky
Written-By – Robert Fripp
4:01
5 Giles, Giles And Fripp She Is Loaded
Written-By – Peter Giles
3:15
Jazz Club, Chesterfield, September 7, 1969
6 King Crimson Why Don't You Just Drop In*
Bass – Greg LakeFlute, Saxophone, Keyboards – Ian MacDonald*Mellotron, Guitar – Robert FrippPercussion – Michael GilesVocals – Greg Lake, Ian MacDonald*
6:28
The Shame Feat. Greg Lake
7 The Shame Feat. Greg Lake Don't Go Way Little Girl
Keyboards – James DickensonLead Vocals, Guitar, Sitar – Greg LakeLyrics By – Janis Ian
8 The Shame Feat. Greg Lake Travel Weary Unicorn 3:11
Jazz Club, Chesterfield, September 7, 1969
9 King Crimson Devil's Triangle** (Incl. Yadda Ho* And Garden Of Worms**) 29:17
German "Beat Club"-TV Show, Bremen, November 1972
10 King Crimson Bonus Track: Lark's Tongues In Aspic (Part 1)
Percussion – Jamie Muir
6:03

Notes

* = Previously unreleased song.
** = Previosly unreleased version.

Track 3 appeared in the LP "The Cheerful Insanity Of Giles, Giles And Fripp" in 1968.
Tracks 4 and 5 appeared in the CD "The Brondesbury Tapes (1968)" by Giles, Giles & Fripp, edited in 2001.
Track 7 and 8 are treated as the same track on the cd, with a total running time of 3:11.

Manufactured in Germany (P) 1994.

Recording quality varies, from fair quality live tapes to studio quality outtakes and singles. “Late Night” is the Fripp and Eno tape that was played before shows. [1] is the best quality Muir track to surface so far, but is incomplete, ending before the David Cross solo section that leads into the final coda.

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