Epitaph (Including March For No Reason/Tomorrow And Tomorrow) (track) by King Crimson
From the album In The Court Of The Crimson King (An Observation By King Crimson) (track #3)
Epitaph (Including March For No Reason/Tomorrow And Tomorrow) appears on the following album(s) by King Crimson:
- In The Court Of The Crimson King (An Observation By King Crimson) (track #3) (this album) (1969)
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Such a beautiful song. So well played.
Opening thundering drums and heavy use of the mellotron throughout generates a symphonic soundscape and together with the dystopian anti war lyric,s sung in a desperately sad and evocative manner, a mood is created which is deeply depressing. Fantastic track - but not to be played by self harmers.
Only a small handful of songs come close to the brilliance of this track. Sheer perfection
Probably the most haunting and evocative song I've ever heard.
Wow, just when you think that this album can't get any better you get this. Greg Lake's voice really makes this song.
Easily the highlight of the album
One of the greatest songs of all time!
My favourite song of the album
perfection! a total flash moment after 2 brilliant songs
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