KING CRIMSON - Complete 1969 Recordings BOX SET
The complete audio history of one of the most important debut albums of all time presented across 26 discs (20CD/4Blu-Ray/1DVD/1DVD-A).
Featuring a 2020 Dolby Atmos mix by Steven Wilson, David Singleton stereo mixes of session material (on Blu-Ray, DVD and across 6CDs), and a further disc of newly compiled studio material, the box also includes the original In The Court studio album, every alternate take known to exist, every mix known to exist, all live recordings from this incarnation of the band known to exist and a selection of pre-King Crimson 1968 recordings from Giles, Giles & Fripp.
This eighth King Crimson boxed set, as with the previous boxed seven sets in the series, is packaged in a vinyl sized box containing a booklet featuring previously unseen photos from the recordings sessions, an intro by Robert Fripp, sleeve-notes by King Crimson biographer Sid Smith, notes about the tapes from David Singleton, additional memorabilia and an additional protective outer sleeve.
“…an uncanny masterpiece.” – Pete Townshend, 1969
• Ultimate Boxed Set Edition of one of rock music’s seminal debut albums.
• Blu-Ray features 2020 Dolby Atmos mix by Steven Wilson.
• Complete, fully mixed stereo recording sessions feature on Blu-Ray, DVD and across 6 CDs.
• Blu-Rays also feature the original master edition of the 1969 album mix in 24/96 stereo, the 2019 stereo and 5.1 mixes, the 2009 stereo and 5.1 mixes a complete alternate album comprising 2019 mixes &more.
• "Let's Make a Hit Waxing" - single CD 'in the studio with the band' mixed and compiled by David Singleton - also features in 24/96 hi-res on Blu-Ray.
• 13 further CDs present all known live recordings of the band, BBC sessions, a pre-King Crimson CD compilation of Giles, Giles & Fripp and all studio recordings, alt versions etc of the main album.
• Presented in an album sized box with outer slipcase, containing booklet including previously unseen photos from the recording session, an intro by Robert Fripp, sleeve-notes by King Crimson biographer Sid Smith, notes about the tapes by David Singleton, and memorabilia.