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Originally issued back in September 1969, In the Court of King Crimson
heralded the dawn of prog-rock, but is mercifully free of the over-ambition synonymous with the genre. Moonchild's subdued improvisation apart; the tracks skilfully blend song and instrumental elements: quality of music counts as much as musicianship. It's a varied album too from the manic jazz-rock of the "21st Century Schizoid Man"--which introduced Robert Fripp's angular guitar breaks into the world--and the cool beauty of "I Talk to the Wind" (a shame those harmony vocals weren't retaken), to the grandeur, but not grandiosity, of "Epitaph" and the title track. Uniquely for a first album, playing has the sort of risk-taking normally possible only after years of working together. --Richard Whitehouse