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Artist: John Wetton

Title: King's Road 1972-1980

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Category: AOR

Year: 1987

Label: E.G. Records (United Kingdom)

Catalog Number: EGCD 70

Personnel

John Wetton lead and backing vocals, bass, keyboards, guitar
Robert Fripp guitars, keyboards
Allan Holdsworth guuitar
Martin Barre guitars
Phil Manzanera guitars
Eddie Jobson keyboards
David Cross keyboards
Mel Collins saxophones
Malcolm Duncan saxophones
Ian MacDonald saxophones
Bill Bruford drums
Simon Kirke drums
Terry Bozzio drums
Curt Cress drums

Tracks

1.  Nothing to Lose  3:56
2.  In the Dead of Night  5:17
3.  Baby Come Back  3:24
4.  Caught in the Crossfire  5:02
5.  Night After Night  5:08
6.  Eyesight to the Blind  3:39
7.  Turn on the Radio  3:42
8.  Rendezvous 6-02  5:01
9.  Book of Saturday  2:53
10.  Paper Talk  3:58
11.  As Long as You Want Me Here  4:59
12.  Cold is the Night  5:21
13.  Starless  12:20
  
Total Running Time:  64:40

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Gar Date: January 5, 2003 at 22:32
This is a great sampler of his pre-ASIA work. The only surprise for his die hard fans is "Eyesight to the Blind". That song is very hard to find elsewhere.

From: koogles Date: February 28, 2003 at 1:53
Those who like Wetton primarily for his Asia stuff might have a bit of a hard time with some of this. His "Caught in the Crossfire" disc (from which 6 of these tracks are taken) is like the foetus of an Asia album. You can make out the head and arms but the rest is still undefined. The UK and Crimson material on this CD is a good roadmap of where John has been to this point. But whether it satisfies Asia/AOR fans is another story...

From: juan carlos Date: March 22, 2009 at 2:21
Ok Prog/Atmospheric AOR, "Baby Come Back" is my favorite track that caught my complete attention since the beginning, Wetton´s vocal is the best here. 7.5/10


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