Centipede

Centipede was an English avant-garde jazz big-band led by pianist Keith Tippett for the 1971 RCA/Neon double-album Septober Energy, comprised of a title-sake improvisation split across four sides. It was produced by Robert Fripp shortly after Tippet’s involvement with the 1970 King Crimson albums In the Wake of Poseidon and Lizard. The 50+ ensemble featured […]

Low Flying Aircraft ‎– Low Flying Aircraft (1987)

Low Flying Aircraft is the singular album by the namesake English jazz-rock supergroup, released in 1987 on Subterranean Records. Tracklist: 1. “Sybilization” (3:17) 2. “Fourth Dimension” (3:14) 3. “Baptism by Fire” (2:46) 4. “Poolside” (5:37) 5. “Abstract Blue” (5:33) 6. “Moronathon” (3:15) 7. “Amnesia” (3:00) 8. “Reflection” (8:47) 9. “What Did You Do” (2:06) 10. […]

Harry Miller’s Isipingo ‎– Family Affair (1977)

Family Affair is an album by Isipingo, the English/South African jazz sextet led by bassist Harry Miller. The album was released in 1977 on Ogun Records. Tracklist: A1. “Family Affair” (10:32) A2. “Touch Hungry” (10:48) B1. “Jumping” (15:32) B2. “Eli’s Song” (5:30) Credits: Harry Miller — bass, producer Mark Charig — trumpet Mike Osborne — […]

King Crimson ‎– Lizard (1970)

Lizard is the third album by English symphonic-rock band King Crimson, released in December 1970 on Island/Atlantic. Tracklist: A1. “Cirkus (Including ‘Entry of the Chameleons’)” (6:28) A2. “Indoor Games” (5:38) A3. “Happy Family” (4:15) A4. “Lady of the Dancing Water” (2:43) Lizard B1. “a) Prince Rupert Awakes” (4:34) B2. “b) Bolero – The Peacock’s Tale” (6:30) […]

King Crimson ‎– In the Wake of Poseidon (1970)

In the Wake of Poseidon is the second album by English symphonic-rock band King Crimson, released in May 1970 on Island/Atlantic. Tracklist: A1. “Peace – A Beginning” (0:50) A2. “Pictures of a City (including 42nd at Treadmill)” (8:01) A3. “Cadence and Cascade” (4:38) A4. “In the Wake of Poseidon (including Libra’s Theme)” (7:58) B1. “Peace – […]

King Crimson

King Crimson are an English rock band, active at multiple intervals since 1969. The original lineup of guitarist Robert Fripp, bassist–singer Greg Lake, reedist–keyboardist Ian McDonald, and drummer Michael Giles made one album, In the Court of the Crimson King, the catalyst for symphonic-rock. When Lake departed for Emerson Lake & Palmer and McDonald and […]