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This is a great Greg Lake KC song that is very jazzy and reminiscent of 21st Century Schizoid Man. Should at least be within the top 20.
Beautifully constructed medieval-sounding lyrics and my favorite guitar solo (so far, at least) from king crimson. The only problem is how short it is. Lasting only 4 minutes, you just don't want it to end. If they had combined this with fracture or at least added some of Crimsons great instrumental work than hands down this would be my favorite song by them.
If I was ever to be on 'desert island discs' then this would be the KC one I took with me; a great example of a Crimso masterpiece not needing to be long. Also to be fair, the painting, which I have seen in Amsterdam, is magnificent.V 1 Comment
I just adore this song, it's my favorite one! I loved it from the first time I heard it and immediately I felt it. Awesome song
For me One of the best! Easy, clean but hits in deepV 1 Comment
No use to complain, if you're caught out in the rain; Your mother's quite insane; Cat food cat food cat food, AGAIN! Classic!
Energetic, foreboding, amazing, so many adjectives describe a song that is criminally 32 spots away from where it should be (aka number 1)
Actually one of the most impressive KC riffs ever - damn fast, catchy, well-constructedV 1 Comment
This song is absolutely beautiful in every way. I don't know why but I always compare it to Starless but I actually much prefer it. Fripp's guitar solo gives me chills and the Melotron is so haunting but the song always has a hopefulness about it. Few King crimson songs are actually uplifting and happy and this along with Islands are my two favorites that fit that description. The flute, the violin, everything just works perfectly in this song and it's so sad how people just look over this one.
A highlight of King Crimsons's songwriting prowess. Every sound works together, painting a perfectly soul-tearing landscape. The delicate melody of the guitar solo sometimes still brings tears to my eyes after all these years.
This song makes me want to play the chapman stick
A great way to start the Discipline album. - IronSabbathPriest
This song make me feel like watching discovery about Indian Elephants.Both Adrian and Flipp'solo are cool,also Levin's chapman stick from the start.V 1 Comment
That guitar is wonderful
Power to believe is honestly one of their best albums. Not to disrespect any of their older stuff, I just really like this album for some reason. I love their older stuff.
The first two minutes is the finest in the fashion of Soft Machine, and then Robert Fripp introduces the guitar to gently reminds you of the mastery that is Crimson. And then in the fourth minute, the full power of King Crimson kicks you straight in the crotch... And then a gentle denouement of Pink Floyd's "Echoes"...V 1 Comment
Talking about time, this should be endless.
No King Crimson song matches "One Time"
How is this not higher? Such a brilliant underrated song from an incredibly underrated album!V 1 Comment
I love this song. Discipline is never an end in itself, only a mean to an end.
No idea why this wasn't on the list already...
This should rank much higher than it is
Probably my favorite King Crimson song if it weren't for Court and Starless.
The very atmospheric bluesy delicate ballad "Walking on air" has an incredible combination of extremely bottom bass, ethereal floating keyboards, gentle guitars and drums: the lead vocals are impressive too; this track is like a flower that blooms on a concrete surface.
Song is pure heat, walking down the big city I don't know, buying cigarets, cooles feeling of danger and everyday fighting on this street I finelly knowV 2 Comments
Great song. Should be much higher on the list.
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