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  • One of the very best progressive suites ever written, near Close To The Edge by Yes. Intense, beautiful, smart, genius...
  • It's very easy to argue for this song being the most satisfying 'rock' oriented song ever created
  • Amazing track. Just imagine if Greg was singing it..
  • dat recapitulation [1] a fitting end to the First Mellotron Era, imho.
  • The last minute has to be one of the most powerful moments in music ever.
  • one of the best songs ever. (2) agreed. Majestic live too!
  • I agree that the versions with David Cross are ace. What's to say about this song that hasn't already been said? One of the best songs in progressive rock, one of the exemplars of the genre.
  • Best KC song and one of the best songs ever.
  • Fabulous song.
  • Arguably the best song by any iteration of Crimson. Pretty much every quality of the band is represented in this track.
  • Absolutely amazing
  • dat recapitulation
  • All that is good about King Crimson. Timeless and without boundaries
  • Also if you haven't heard the versions from The Great Deceiver, do so now. The only thing that can improve this song is David Cross on violin.
  • I just realised King Crimson pretty much invented post-rock with this song.
  • ★★★★★ Somptueux. [2]
  • Their best song and one of the best songs ever.
  • masterpiece
  • That ending! Masterpiece!
  • The sax is a bit much on the studio version.
  • This is so beautiful. There are tears in my eyes every time I listen to this marvel.
  • This music changes outlook on life, helping to find answers to various questions, opens up new opportunities for development and self-improvement and most importantly, it gives a good mood and the ability to split it with other people.
  • The sky is starless, but this song is still having a thousand stars out of a thousand
  • Um dos momentos mais suggestivos da obra do Don Cherry.
  • ★★★★★ Sumptuous.
  • King
  • @John Abercrombie That's John Wetton.
  • what can you really say about this one? it's simply perfect, that's it.
  • Wow. I love a different part of it every time I listen
  • Tony Levin pulling up trees towards the end there, bits of bass flying everywhere
  • Great! Love the Mellotron
  • I will have to close door and windows and listen to this really loud!
  • epic!!!
  • speechless.. this song gives you the chance to feel your soul
  • From romantic to orgiastic in 12 minutes!
  • Band maintains its sound; creating music is about one key for all the albums. It should be noted that the team is trying to squeeze out all the creative juices, the entire potential. The band is still very, very recognizable. However, looking at the membership does not have to wonder.
  • This song sends shivers down my spine every time I listen to it! [2] It's so beautiful.
  • Song of Songs
  • If only one song is to survive a nuclear war it should be this one. (2)
  • This song is so fucking amazing. It's so many emotions. But the second movement recalls Animal Farm for me.
  • What a fantastic song. It's likely the one that made me get deeper into their songs. My favourite song from them so far.
  • Simply perfect!
  • Literally the perfect way to end an album like this. It's a mostly-somber piece that still has a bit of bite left to it, yet it's all the while very emotional and beautiful. This is certainly one song the band should be remembered for.
  • I'm pretty sure this is The Song. Song of Songs. For ever and ever.
  • holy fuck them drums.......
  • If I had to choose a song to play at my funeral, it would be this one.
  • Hadn't heard this for a long time. Forgot how effin' brilliant it is!!!
  • It doesn't matter how my tastes change, how many years have passed, or how I feel at the moment, I always keep returning to this song, as many have people put it, if I could choose a final song to listen to before dying, it would be this, definitely. Best song ever.


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