Cat Food (song)
|Single by King Crimson|
|from the album In the Wake of Poseidon|
|Released||13 March 1970|
Wessex Sound Studios, London
|Genre||Jazz fusion, progressive rock, experimental rock|
|Writer(s)||Robert Fripp, Peter Sinfield, Ian McDonald|
|Producer(s)||Robert Fripp, Peter Sinfield|
|King Crimson singles chronology|
"Cat Food/Groon" is a single by the band King Crimson, released in 1970. Track 1, "Cat Food," was taken from the album In the Wake of Poseidon and edited by about two minutes for its single release. The B-side "Groon" was largely improvised by band leader Robert Fripp and Michael and Peter Giles. CD editions of the Poseidon album from 2004 onwards have included both as bonus tracks.
The artwork on the original single release was created by lyricist Peter Sinfield.
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