R.I.P. John Wetton (King Crimson/Asia)


John Wetton passed away a few days ago, age 67.  While I never listened to Asia, I was a fan of the mid-70's small version of King Crimson (Lark's Tongue in Aspic, Red, Starless and Bible Black and the live USA LP).  He was a fine writer, vocalist and bassist.  As usual, there's a pretty complete article in the New York Times obit section if you're interested. 
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Thanks for bringing attention to this.  I enjoyed Asia, even my Dad liked their songs. ..... makes me smile.  Great voice just like Greg Lake ( ELP ) who was also a member and who also passed away just last year!  RIP John.

One of my favorite voices - I liked everything he did, though Asia was a bit too "pop" for me. Those King Crimson albums he was on are my favorites by KC.
A great one. R.I.P.
Add to an impressive career his work in the band, U.K. (alongside some other noteworthy talents).

Link to the NY Times obit mentioned above:
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/31/arts/music/john-wetton-rocker-with-king-crimson-and-asia-dies-at-67.html?_r=0
Loved Him. His work with the later King Crimson as Tostadounidos says were really grounbreaking records. It was a really exciting time, and nobody was doing what they did. I will miss this man but will continue to enjoy his art.