In the Court of King Crimson

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  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • In the Court of King Crimson
  • Sid Smith
  • English
  • 11 September 2017
  • 9781900924269

10 thoughts on “In the Court of King Crimson

  1. says:

    An uncompromising history of a rock band that had, as percussionist Jamie Muir said, than three brain cells The never ending personal and musical clashes chronicled here make it all the remarkable that King Crimson managed to produce so much excellent music.Every fan of the band will have his or her favorite passages One of mine concerns the aforementioned Jamie Muir, whose tenure with the band was short, but memorable Paul Wetton and Bill Bruford were completely taken aback when they saw Jamie on stage Nothing in the rehearsal rooms had given a hint of this With obvious affection, Bruford recalls He was a remarkable guy and a performance artist as well I didn t really understand that percussion was only part of it The performance art was another side to him and he would cheerfully scale the PA stacks while the band was playing, with blood pouring out of his mouth and a little caveman fur jacket on, looking like a complete wild man.

  2. says:

    They took 12 hours to get a drum sound and it was still shite They shouldn t have used drums they should have used my dick That would have pleased Richard Williams Gordon HaskellMy favorite quote of the book.

  3. says:

    Sid Smith is such a good writer, so expressive about the songs, an incredible wordsmith I so much enjoyed playing all the songs while reading his descriptions It was like listening to them all anew As good as they all are, this book made them better for the most part anyways. The interviews and capturing of the scenes in the life of this very special band are likewise illuminating, almost like you re travelling with KC I almost cried over Fripp s heartbreak when McDonald left, and felt that the author shadowed McDonald s confusion, discontent so realistically.Where Smith stumbles, it s where most of the rock and pop culture authors do, feeding us wide eyed accounts of sex and drug usage Personally I think these are cheap shots I could care less At these junctures, the book descends to the tabloid level In another insult to the reader, Smith slips out of character and seems to be reviewing the band s records, like when discussing Pictures of a City, he proclaims that Schizoid Man had already charted much of this territory Really I beg to differ I think Smith should better comprehend that his work is going to be devoured by people who worship the musical ground his subjects trod.

  4. says:

    One of the great ironies about my relationship with my favorite band is that I first discovered King Crimson nearly a year after they dissolved in 1984 As such, my initial education came from listening to the band s albums In the internet era, I began to learn and But Sid Smith s excellent volume puts things in order for me I knew a lot of what was covered in this book But there was also plenty to read about that I didn t know My only gripe has nothing to do with the author or his work at all He stopped the book just as Crimson was preparing to record The Power to Believe, released in 2003 As that release is probably my favorite since Discipline in 1981, I would have loved to learn about the process that went into that album But if I am reading my blogs correctly, I will be getting my wish soon, as Sid is updating this work It is also my understanding that there will be a lot input from Robert Fripp aside from his approval of the project But until that book surfaces, this book will than suffice to learn about all things King Crimson.

  5. says:

    Having followed King Crimson since 1969 I ploughed into this book eagerly was not disappointed In some ways it s as uncompromising as their music Although the author is a fan he is most definitely not a fan boy criticizes where he sees fit It s a pity the book stops just short of their final so far studio album The Power To Believe, for me their best ever King Crimson is a bunch several bunches of serious musicians led by a serious curmudgeon who have constantly created serious music for the serious listener with a couple of playful diversions into Cat Food territory They have never toured Australia but I did get to see the Adrian Belew Tony Levin led Crimson ProjeKct this year it was truly awesome Fripp has recently formed yet another new Crimson, minus Belew but with 3 drummers including Porcupine Tree s Gavin Harrison They won t tour Australia either bastards so I ll have to wait for the inevitable live CDs Long may they reign.

  6. says:

    If you like the band, you re really going to want to read this book It s that simple I could go on, but I would be providing spoilers Not much to say except that there are some really interesting insights into the band, especially regarding Mr Fripp.

  7. says:

    I learned a couple new things about King Crimson that I didn t already know.

  8. says:

    Good read about a great band Just saw them in Chicago 2008.

  9. says:

    sums it up real good

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