The English progressive rock group, King Crimson, released their 7th studio album, Red, in 1974 on Atlantic Records in the US and Island Records in the UK. It was their heaviest sound to date, and their last before they took a temporary break. King Crimson influenced the 1970s progressive rock movement, as well as many rock artists in diverse genres. They continue to record and tour today.
Framed here is the 1974 Atlantic Records LP release of Red, hand-signed by the three members of King Crimson: Adrian Belew, Bill Bruford, and Robert Fripp.
Signed by King Crimson: Adrian Belew, Bill Bruford, and Robert Fripp.
32" x 25"