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King Crimson | Gentle Giant | Emerson Lake & Palmer | Yes | Jethro Tull

Progressive Rock Bands

King Crimson

King Crimson - Starless YouTube link >

lyrics

King Crimson (another sort of) -
"The Twentieth Century Schizoid Band"

Epitaph
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A vibrant combination featuring two original members from 1969:
Michael Giles (drums & percussion) and Ian McDonald (sax, flute, keyboards),
and two members from 1970:
Mel Collins (alto / tenor, flute, keyboards) and Michael's brother Peter Giles (bass),
plus Michael's son-in-law Jakko Jakszyk of Level 42 on guitar and lead vocals.

King Crimson - Red
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Live in Japan

King Crimson - Larks' Tongues in Aspic
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Bill Bruford: drums - Robert Fripp: guitar, mellotron
John Wetton: bass - David Cross: violin - Jamie Muir - Percusssion, drums

King Crimson - Easy Money
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6/25/1973 - Wollman Memorial Rink

lyrics

King Crimson - Live Concert!
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Live in Frejus - 1982
Adrian Belew: guitar and vocal - Robert Fripp: guitar
Tony Levin: stick and bass guitar - Bill Bruford: drums
This is a totally amazing concert!

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Waiting Man - 0:09 | Matte Kudasai - 8:51 | The Sheltering Sky - 12:21 |
Neil And Jack And Me - 23:31 | Indiscipline - 29:12
Heartbeat - 40:25 | Larks' Tongue In Aspic Part II - 44:30

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Gentle Giant

Gentle Giant - On Reflection
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1978 BBC
Serious Baroque Influences
Freakin’ Awesome Muscianship!
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Gentle Giant - Proclamation
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1978 BBC

Gentle Giant - Free Hand
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1978 BBC

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Emerson Lake & Palmer

Emerson Lake & Palmer - Knife-Edge
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Beat Club Dec. 31, 1970
This tune is loosely based on Leoš Janácek "Sinfonietta" (1926),
and the middle section of the song features parts of Johann Sebastian Bach’s "First French Suite in D Minor"

Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Take A Pebble
Live in Switzerland, 1970
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Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Fanfare For The Common Man
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Live In Montreal, 1977
An Aaron Copeland Composition

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Yes

Yes - Siberian Khatru
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Live In Philadelphia (1979) Part 1- Siberian Khatru
Jon Anderson’s High Tenor Voice is certainly unique

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Jethro Tull

Jethro Tull - To Cry You a Song/A New Day Yesterday
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July 31, 1976 in Tampa, Florida
Wildman Ian Anderson

Ian Anderson Flute Solo
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Merriment!
July 31, 1976 in Tampa, Florida

Jethro Tull - Aqualung
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1978 at Madison Square Garden

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