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Fripp and Sinfield recorded the second King Crimson album, In the Wake of Poseidon , in 1970 with the Giles brothers hired back as the session rhythm section, and with jazz pianist Keith Tippett and Circus saxophonist Mel Collins as guest musicians. The group considered hiring Elton John to be the singer, but decided against the idea. [20] Lake then agreed to sing on the album in exchange for receiving King Crimson's PA equipment , [10] except on "Cadence and Cascade", which is sung by Fripp's friend Gordon Haskell . Though Tippett was offered band membership, he preferred to remain as a studio collaborator, performing with the band for a single gig. [10] Upon its release in May 1970, In the Wake of Poseidon reached No. 4 in the UK and No. 31 in the US. It received some criticism from those who thought it sounded too similar to their first album. [1] With no musicians to perform material from their new album, Fripp and Sinfield persuaded Haskell to join as singer and bassist and recruited Andy McCulloch as drummer, retaining Collins as saxophonist, flautist and occasional keyboard player. [10]

Heroes. King Crimson performed Heroes at the Admiralspalast in Berlin as a celebration, a remembrancing and an homage....


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