King Crimson: 'Prog? It's A Prison'
Robert Fripp on reactivating Crimson, working with Bowie and the benefits of age.
In one of the more welcome returns of 2014, Robert Fripp re-emerged to front a new version of King Crimson. It was a move as unexpected as it was plain bloody marvellous, given that founder member Fripp had more or less retired from active service, largely due to a lengthy spat with Universal Music Group over rights to his back catalogue.