King Crimson ‎– In The Wake Of Poseidon

Etichetta:
Island Records ‎– ILPS 9127, Island Records ‎– ILPS–9127
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Vinyl, LP, Album
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A1 Peace - A Beginning
Written-By – Sinfield*, Fripp*
A2 Pictures Of A City (Including 42nd At Treadmill)
Written-By – Sinfield*, Fripp*
A3 Cadence And Cascade
Vocals – Gordon HaskellWritten-By – Sinfield*, Fripp*
A4 In The Wake Of Poseidon (Including Libra's Theme)
Written-By – Sinfield*, Fripp*
B1 Cat Food
Written-By – McDonald*, Sinfield*, Fripp*
The Devil's Triangle
Written-By – Fripp*
B2a Merday Morn
Written-By – McDonald*, Fripp*
B2b Hand Of Sceiron
Written-By – Fripp*
B2c Garden Of Worm
Written-By – Fripp*
B3 Peace - An End
Written-By – Sinfield*, Fripp*

Società, ecc.

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Note

Released on the Pink i labels, in a textured gatefold cover.

On the cover the tracks B2a to B2d appear as one segued track, on the label they have separate track numbers.

Mel Collins of "Circus" appears by courtesy of Transatlantic Records, Gordon Haskell appears by courtesy of C.B.S. Records.

℗1970

(There is also a similar UK release on the,Textured Pink I labels pressed by Orlake Records)

The first UK pressing of this A1/B1 matrix contains withdrawn version of 'In The Wake Of Poseidon (Including Libra's Theme)', which is longer than that of later pressings (8'26" vs. 7'56").
This longer version was reissued for the first time in CD as a part of 40th Anniversary Set from UK, US, and Japan in 2010.

Codice a barre e altri identificatori

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Stamped): ILPS 9127 A//1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Stamped): ILPS 9127 B//1

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N. cat Artista Titolo (Formato) Etichetta N. cat Paese Anno
SD 8266 King Crimson In The Wake Of Poseidon(LP, Album, RE) Atlantic SD 8266 Canada 1973 Vendi questa versione
4728 King Crimson In The Wake Of Poseidon(Cass, Album, RE, Unofficial) 747 4728 Saudi Arabia Unknown Vendi questa versione
207 937-620, 207 937 King Crimson In The Wake Of Poseidon(LP, Album, RE) EG, Virgin, EG, Virgin 207 937-620, 207 937 Europe 1986 Vendi questa versione
L35188 King Crimson In The Wake Of Poseidon(LP, Album, RE) Island Records L35188 Australia & New Zealand 1974 Vendi questa versione
VJD-28002 King Crimson In The Wake Of Poseidon(CD, Album, RE) EG, Virgin Japan VJD-28002 Japan 1988 Vendi questa versione

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Stonierecords

Stonierecords

12 settembre 2018
I was just wondering whether this edition came with some sort of generic company inner sleeve or it was released with a plain white with no distinct features? Some sellers refer to inner sleeve, but no Picture or description in the notes about OIS on this release page?
progfan97402

progfan97402

29 dicembre 2011
The band already went through lineup changes, as Ian McDonald left, leaving wind instruments to Mel Collins (previous of the band Circus, the band that recorded for Transatlantic, that is, and later all over the place including Camel, The Alan Parsons Project, Clannad, etc.). Mellotron duty now left up to Robert Fripp. Even Greg Lake didn't want to continue on, he simply laid the vocal tracks and left the bass up to Michael Giles brother Peter. Gordon Haskell was brought in for one vocal track, and Keith Tippett for piano.

Popular opinion is this is a pale rehash of their debut and nothing more. Did they listen to the second half? I mean the quirky "Cat Food", complete with tinkling piano from Keith Tippett would have been out of the question on their debut, and the Mellotron heavy "Devil's Triangle", partially borrowed from Holst's The Planets, which really gets off the deep-end. I remembered back in 1991 when I bought this tripping out as a 19 year old, and glad to start hearing Mellotron on something other than a Moody Blues album. I do have to admit the first half are more in line of their debut. "Pictures of a City" is a horn-dominated piece not unlike "21st Century Schizoid Man", "Cadence and Cascade" with Gordon Haskell on vocals, is more mellow, on the lines of "I Talk to the Wind", and the title track is a Mellotron-laden epic like "Epitaph". It might not be as strong as their debut, but still a worthy followup.