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King Crimson - Lizard Album

King Crimson - Lizard Album
Title:
Lizard
Performer:
King Crimson
Style:
Prog Rock
Released:
16 Dec 1994
Catalog:
PCCY-00663
Country:
Japan
MP3 album size:
2620 mb
FLAC album size:
2680 mb
Genre:
Label:
Canyon International

Tracklist


1Prince Rupert Awakes4:34
2Big Top1:05
3Bolero - The Peacock's Tale6:30
4Happy Family4:15
5Lady Of The Dancing Water2:43
6Indoor Games5:38
7Lizard
8Cirkus (Including: Entry Of The Chameleons)6:28
9The Battle Of Glass Tears (Including: Dawn Song / Last Skirmish / Prince Rupert's Lament)10:55


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ILPS 9141King Crimson Lizard ‎(LP, Album)Island RecordsILPS 9141UK1970
LL-207 938King Crimson Lizard ‎(LP, Album, RE, Gat)VirginLL-207 938Spain1986
0287King Crimson Lizard ‎(Cass, Album, RE, Unofficial)Elbo0287PolandUnknown
3100 359King Crimson Lizard ‎(Cass, Album, RE)Polydor3100 359UKUnknown
KCLP3King Crimson Lizard ‎(LP, Album, RE, Gat)Discipline Global Mobile, Panegyric, Inner KnotKCLP3UK & Europe2012


Credits


  • Artwork [Inside Marbling]Koraz Wallpapers
  • Bass Guitar, VocalsGordon Haskell
  • Concept By [Sleeve]Peter Sinfield
  • CornetMarc Charig
  • DrumsAndy McCulloch
  • EngineerRobin Thompson
  • Flute, SaxophoneMel Collins
  • Guitar, Mellotron, Keyboards [Electric], Electronics [Devices]Robert Fripp
  • Oboe, Cor AnglaisRobin Miller
  • Painting [Outside Painting]Gini Barris
  • Piano, Electric PianoKeith Tippet
  • ProducerPeter Sinfield, Robert Fripp
  • Technician [Tapes]Geoff Workman
  • TromboneNick Evans
  • TypographyCCS
  • VocalsJon Anderson (tracks: Ba)
  • Words ByPeter Sinfield
  • Written-ByPeter Sinfield, Robert Fripp
  • Artwork [Inside Marbling]Koraz Wallpapers
  • Artwork [Package Art]Hugh O'Donnell
  • Bass Guitar, VocalsGordon Haskell
  • Compiled By, CoordinatorDeclan Colgan
  • CornetMark Charig
  • Design [Dvd], Layout [Dvd]Claire Bidwell
  • Design Concept [Sleeve Conception]Peter Sinfield
  • DrumsAndy McCulloch
  • EngineerRobin Thompson
  • Executive-Producer [5.1 Tracks]Robert Fripp
  • Flute, SaxophoneMel Collins
  • Guitar, Mellotron, Keyboards [Electric], Performer [Devices]Robert Fripp
  • Liner NotesSid Smith
  • Liner Notes [Lizard - A View From 2009]Robert Fripp
  • Mastered By [5.1 Tracks], Technician [Dvd Authoring]Neil Wilkes
  • Mastered By [Assistant - Stereo Files]Joe Gilder
  • Mastered By [Stereo Files]Simon Heyworth
  • Mixed By [2009 Stereo Mix], Producer [2009 Stereo Mix]Robert Fripp, Steven Wilson
  • Mixed By [5.1 Tracks], Producer [5.1 Tracks]Steven Wilson
  • Mixed By, ProducerSteven Wilson (tracks: HQCD-6, DVD-7.1, DVD-8.1)
  • Oboe, Cor AnglaisRobin Miller
  • Painting [Outside]Gini Barris
  • Piano, Electric PianoKeith Tippet
  • Remastered By [Original Master Edition 2004]Robert Fripp, Simon Heyworth
  • Tape [Tapes]Geoff Workman
  • Technician [Dgm Tape Archive]Alex R. Mundy
  • Technician [Dvd Qc Testing]Bob Romano, Bob Squires, Jon Urban, Patrick Cleasby
  • Transferred By [Tape Transfers]Kevin Vanbergen
  • TromboneNick Evans
  • TypographyC.C.S.
  • Vocals [On: Prince Rupert Awakes]Jon Anderson (tracks: HQCD-5, DVD-1.5, DVD-2.5, DVD-3.5, DVD-4.5, DVD-5.5, DVD-6.5)
  • Written-ByPeter Sinfield, Robert Fripp
  • Written-By [Words & Pictures]Peter Sinfield
  • Artwork [Inside Marbling]Koraz Wallpapers
  • Bass Guitar, VocalsGordon Haskell
  • Concept By [Sleeve]Peter Sinfield
  • CornetMarc Charig
  • DrumsAndy McCulloch
  • EngineerRobin Thompson
  • Flute, SaxophoneMel Collins
  • Guitar, Mellotron, Keyboards [Electric], Electronics [Devices]Robert Fripp
  • Oboe, Cor AnglaisRobin Miller
  • Painting [Outside Painting]Gini Barris
  • Piano, Electric PianoKeith Tippet
  • ProducerPeter Sinfield, Robert Fripp
  • Technician [Tapes]Geoff Workman
  • TromboneNick Evans
  • TypographyCCS
  • VocalsJon Anderson (tracks: Ba)
  • Words ByPeter Sinfield
  • Written-ByPeter Sinfield, Robert Fripp


Notes


The Definitive EditionThis Japanese edition consists of:
- a HQCD, compatible with any CD player;
- a DVD-Audio/DVD-Video disc, NTSC, Region 0;
- two 140mm x 140mm 'mini-LP' gatefold cardboard sleeve replicas, with different finishes and thicknesses;
- an Obi strip, covering the back entirely;
- an additional wrap around 'Rock Age' replica obi strip;
- a 16pp color booklet with tracklisting and lyrics in english, featuring band photographs;
- an additional black & white fold out leaflet with liner notes in Japanese;
- a black & white information sheet about the HQCD format;
- an outer clear resealable protection sleeve holding all the above together.

HQCD content:
1. 2009 Stereo Mix remixed from the original multitrack master tapes
2. Bonus tracks - notes:
Lady Of The Dancing Water (Alternate Take): Previously unreleased
Bolero (From 'Frame By Frame'): Remixed

DVD content:
1. Original album remixed in MLP Lossless 5.1 Surround and DTS 5.1 Digital Surround
2. Original album mix (2004 master edition), 2009 stereo album mix and CD bonus tracks in MLP Lossless Stereo (24/96) and PCM Stereo 2.0 (24/48)

only playable with DVD-Audio players, or players that are DVD-Audio compatible
playable in all DVD players/DVD-ROM drives etc. with a compatible speaker setup
playable in all DVD players/DVD-ROM drives etc.

The booklet includes new sleeve notes by Robert Fripp and King Crimson biographer Sid Smith along with rare photos and archive material.

Recorded at Wessex Sound Studios, London.
Stereo files mastered at Super Audio Mastering.
5.1 mastered at Opus Productions Ltd.
DVD Design & Layout at Opus Productions Ltd.
DVD Authoring at Opus Productions Ltd.
Multitrack Tape restoration and transfers at FX Copyroom.
Compiled & Coordinated for DGM.

HQCD and DVD stereo tracks published by UMG Music Publishing Ltd.
Released via Inner Knot (USA/Canada), WHD (Japan), Panegyric (rest of World)

The original album was released 1970.

℗ & © Robert Fripp
This compilation ℗ & © 2009 Robert Fripp


Barcodes


  • Barcode (Text on Obi strip): 4 582213 913736
  • Barcode (String): 4582213913736
  • Barcode: 4 988013 505735
  • Rights Society: JASRAC
  • Matrix / Runout: 786745 2 @ 2


Companies


  • Made By – E.J. Day Group
  • Manufactured By – Pony Canyon Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Robert Fripp
  • Copyright (c) – Robert Fripp


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