Originally released in 1968, and selling less than 500 copies – according to Robert Fripp’s royalty statements — The Cheerful Insanity of Giles, Giles, & Fripp is, of course, the pre-cursor to King Crimson. Drawing its influence from folk, pop, classical, and religious music, the album is a masterpiece on par with the greatest records that the British psychedelic and progressive movements had to offer.
The Saga Of Rodney Toady:
A1 North Meadow A2 Newly-weds A3 One In A Million A4 Call Tomorrow A5 Digging My Lawn A6 Little Children A7 The Crukster A8 Thursday Morning A9 She Is Loaded
B1 How Do They Know B2 Elephant Song B3 The Sun Is Shining B4 Suite No. 1 B5 Erudite Eyes B6 Under The Sky
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