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edited to the memory of John Wetton (1949 - 2017)

We could say that King Crimson occupies a primordial place among the formations that emerged in the so-called progressive rock of the late 60s and early 70s, but the reality is that this group was always a step or two ahead and hardly fits the comparison with none of them. Although the specialized criticism was not initially unanimous regarding the value of this band, they quickly achieved enormous prestige among the fans and have maintained bass cover heavy metal bass guitar

it throughout all its different formations, agglutinating to this day, when it is still active, a base of very faithful followers (if not fanatics) already integrated by several generations. It would be very ambitious for the writer to deal with his entire career, so for that reason to specify within such a long and complex discography, I would like to focus on this article in its 1972-1974 period, a period of relative tranquility (without major changes among musicians that integrated the bass cover heavy metal bass guitar

formation) that can be considered as the maturity that came after the experimentation of its beginnings, which facilitated to its sound a more coherent character and continued in time in comparison with its considerably more erratic preambles (although, of course , always outstanding). bass cover heavy metal bass guitar

The stability provided King Crimson with a fluid communication between its members at levels that have rarely been seen in a rock band. Fripp has often been accused of being a despot when managing King Crimson (and there really must be something in it considering the long list of musicians who have antagonized him throughout his career), bass cover heavy metal bass guitar

but what no one can deny is that in creative matters he has always known how to give free play to the musicians he has surrounded himself with, managing to extract from them an enormous potential for collective work. And so it happened in the case of this unrepeatable training, in my opinion the best that King Crimson has had in its history. bass cover heavy metal bass guitar

First we have John Wetton, bassist and singer, from formations such as Mogul Thrash (with James Litherland, first guitar of the mythical Colosseum), Family or his collaboration with Gordon Haskell (who was a member of King Crimson in 1970) . bass cover heavy metal bass guitar

Wetton lent his voice, endowed with a wide range of lyrical possibilities, but, more importantly, he brought his portentous bass, from which he drew a dense and distorted sound that sometimes overlapped the guitar itself (years later Fripp complained that Wetton was playing the bass too strong) and that was not left behind, despite the melodic limitations of this instrument, in its

capacity for improvisation. Wetton's style and contributions in both composition and improvisation were crucial to the special personality of King Crimson's sound in this period. At the moment of maximum splendor, shortly before separating this formation, John Wetton came to declare regarding his rhythmic tandem with Bill Bruford: "We are very close, it is almost telepathic what Bill and I are doing ... The level of energy is terrifying. " bass cover heavy metal bass guitar

Neither can deny the enormous importance of Bill Bruford, drummer from the group Yes, a paradigmatic band of progressive rock of the 70s in its most symphonic side. His exit from Yes was very controversial, because being at the peak of his success, Bruford preferred to be seduced by the enormous reputation of Robert Fripp, who promised him total creative freedom regardless of commercial considerations. bass cover heavy metal bass guitar

He took advantage of that offer and his evolution between his work in Yes and what he did with King Crimson is indisputable, reaching impressive levels of quality. However, we must know how to give the credit for Bruford's achievements to bass cover heavy metal bass guitar
Muir was a restless and unclassifiable individual who came from the most avant-garde English art scene. bass cover heavy metal bass guitar

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