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In the Court of the Crimson King (subtitled An Observation by King Crimson) is the British rock band’s first studio album King Crimson, released October 10, 1969. The album peaked at # 5 in the UK, # 28 on the US Billboard 200 and gold certification.
The album is often considered the first work to really show progressive rock, when King Crimson largely eliminated the influence of blues on rock and incorporated jazz and classical symphony. In Rocking the Classics (1997), critics and musicologist Edward Macan noted that In the Court of the Crimson King “is probably the most influential progressive rock album ever released”. The Who’s Pete Townshend stated that the album was “an extraordinary masterpiece”. In the special edition of the two at Q & Mojo Pink Floyd & The Story of Prog Rock, In the Court of the Crimson King was ranked # 4 on the list of “40 Cosmic Rock Albums”. The album is also on the list of Classic Rock’s “50 Albums That Built Prog Rock”.
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King Crimson first performed on April 9, 1969, and made a breakthrough when playing at the Rolling Stones free concert at Hyde Park, London in July 1969 before 250,000 to 500,000 people.
The first recording sessions for the album began in early 1969 with producer Tony Clarke, the most famous for collaborating with The Moody Blues. After these sessions failed, the group was allowed to produce the album itself. The album was recorded on a 1 “8-track receiver at Wessex Sound Studios in London, with technician Robin Thompson, and assisted Tony Page. To get special symphonic sounds for the album, Ian McDonald spent a lot of Now adjust the Mellotron class and other instruments.