Live At The Marquee 1969 is a live album by King Crimson.
Tracks 1 to 7 were recorded at the Marquee Club in London on 6 July 1969. Trees was recorded at the Fairfields Halls in Croydon on 17 October 1969.
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Songs On King Crimson Live At The Marquee 1969
1. 21st Century Schizoid Man
2. Drop In
3. I Talk To The Wind
5. Travel Weary Capricorn
6. Improv -including Nola and Etude No 7
Playing on the album are:
Greg Lake – Lead Vocal, Bass Guitar
Robert Fripp- Guitar
Ian McDonald – Woodwind, Keyboards, Mellotron, Vocal
Michael Giles – Drums, Percussion, Vocal
This is one of those live albums that splits fans because the sound quality isn’t good but the performance is. Normally when this happens, I recommend you to listen to the mp3 samples before buying because we all have different tolerances but unfortunately that’s not possible with this album. You’ll see that its sound is criticised in the Amazon reviews but it’s also getting some votes in my best live album by King Crimson poll below.
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