Mr. Stormy's Monday Selection
Alex 'Stormy' Mundy has been scouring the murky, cavernous DGM archives, torch in hand, fedora upon his head. (Almost) every other Monday he emerges with a rare gem for registered DGM Live users to take away for free. Enjoy! Each one is only available for two weeks, until he makes his next astonishing discovery.
For those who have missed his previous treasures, a bumper package of Mr. Stormy's Selections is now available for download as part of the DGM Live archive.
Proof that an inability to play the wrong note at the right time need be no obstacle when it comes to pursuing a musical career, New Jersey’s finest exponents of deaf metal are back.
Beginning with a burst of doom and gloom and Fripp-inducing fretted forebding, The Hellboys are set to bother the woofers and tweeters of an unsuspecting world once again.
When questioned about this particular choice, all Mr. Stormy would say is “Not a very dusty track from the the past, but a slightly covered in static collected particles from the just past.”
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Band Member Diaries
Wed., Sep 5, 2007
Written by Robert Fripp
There can be no
dishonesty in the Creative life.
09.28 Arisings on the
Public speaking:: Posted by WilliamC on September
I’d be curious to
know if photography would kill the spirit of a public speaking performance the
way it does a musical performance.
A flash killed the PRS John Lennon Memorial Lecture – Discipline & The Act of Music - at York
University in 2000. Astonishing but
true, and I was not only person to feel this.
What's this?:: Posted by BeavisofNazareth on September 04, 2007
Spotted in a recent
photographic entry: What’s this? Princess Margaret, hiding in RF’s Garden?
wrong garden. I did attend a garden party at which Princess Margaret was also a
guest. This was at Arundells, the
then home of Sir Edward Heath in Salisbury Cathedral Close.
KING CRIMSON EXPECTATIONS:: Posted by warsaw on September 04, 2007
Hi, I have been
reading about the future 2008 Crimson regrouping with dismay, so much for expectations.
I am usually disappointed with the fusion digital direction of Bob Fripp and
his boys whether I care or not… I ask where is the beautiful noise of
the avant gard? All I hear is safe grey fusion rock… Fripp
seems a slave to fashion which has helped his career. Fripp will be remembered
for his otherworldly science fiction analog Les Paul guitar solos and
magnetic tape work. Larry Pittis---NYC
The beautiful noise of the (Crim) avante
gard/e was widely attacked for its first 20 years, so I am happy it’s time has
come. It’s true, I am a dedicated follower of fashion; undoubtedly, this has
brought my career to its present apex of achievement, popularity & riches;
while noting the safety net of the grey Lark’s
IV that has allowed me to coast to glory. Perhaps Mr. Pittis should take no
further interest in future Crimsoning, and spare himself the disappointments
& negativity this will cause to rise within his presence?
09.39 The Hellboys have arrived.
They are listening through to our work of the past two days…
10.55 Discussion in the kitchen with Tom while Tony records 12-string with David, addressing public speaking & the GC Executive Level Introductory Weekend in the US next February.
Big news: 9 downloads have now recouped; and DGM Live is based on the support of 541 customers.
15.23 The Hellboys left punctually at 15.00. Out the door…
Into the van…
The office has turned out to make sure The Hellboys are actually going I…
and keep going I…
The Valley feels safer already…
16.32 What’s that? I…
She’s On The Road To Renown
17.45 Closing down the workstation & off to Bredonborough via Wilton & Mr. Romain’s Emporium of Aged Wonders.
22.34 Arriving home to The Humans & ace supper tastinesses prepared by The Minx.