King Crimson, die Progressive-Rock-Band um Robert Fripp (Gitarre) und - damals - Bill Bruford (Drums), live am 25.11.1972 im Beat Club!
Progressive Rock legend King Crimson, feat. Robert Fripp (guitar) and - at that time in lineup no. 3 - Bill Bruford on drums, live at the German Beat Club in autumn of 1972! The song "Larks's Tongues" is taken from the album by the same title, recently released in March 1973. It features influences of Heavy Metal, improvisation and complex structure - typically for King Crimson at early 1970s. The album is also the first part of a trilogy, followed by "Starless and Bible Black" and "Red" (both 1974).