King Crimson’s Red

Red was released in October 1974 as King Crimson’s seventh studio album. Yet two weeks prior to the album hitting the high streets, it was all over for the band. Having been reduced to a trio of Robert Fripp, John Wetton and Bill Bruford, Fripp, as bandleader, called time on one of the most accomplished bands in rock history. He declared Crimson

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Recently retired and completed MA in creative writing. Trying for the writer’s life with no more excuses about the day job. Named top writer in music.

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Recently retired and completed MA in creative writing. Trying for the writer’s life with no more excuses about the day job. Named top writer in music.

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