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:: Posted by DanAnderson on October 23, 2014
I utterly agree with your first two paragraphs. I couldn’t have said it better myself.
Starless vs Road2Red comparison
:: Posted by StarlessBibleBlack on October 22, 2014
Hey fellow crims,
As I anxiously wait for my next kc boxset, I was wondering how you guys felt about this new audio output provided there’s no reviews so far (yes, 20+ CDs is a lot!)
I wasn’t totally blown away by the mixing of rtr receipt for a couple of shows... That said they can only go far as the sources would take them. I winery if this is a totally different experience for you folks.
I definitely enjoyed the TGD set and the live in Mainz cd... I hope Wetton is up on the mix in this one! I love hearing his overdriven bass snarl!
Ravenous energy vampires are beating on your door
:: Posted by albemuth on October 22, 2014
I do not want to offend anyone on the dear-old DGM board, but is it not possible to wait a little while before re-listening to the shows? Or if you have waited some number of years or decades, isn’t six months an easy jail sentence? Aren’t there enough other artists coming out with new material? And don’t get me started on all those KC box sets.
People were recording those recent shows?! As my kids used to say "Big duh!" And, as I like to say, "who cares?" This is 2014, not 1974. Why go after a bootleg now? You will only spoil your memory-still-green with a not-so-good recording. Wait a little while and you will get the usual top-drawer DGM product!
:: Posted by Rockette on October 22, 2014
>The nature of download culture is that you can essentially have whatever you want whenever you want.
>If I can get a great quality audio right from the source, I’m fine paying some money, and it will definitely keep me from hunting down bootlegs. But, this has to happen sooner rather than later.
>I waited a few days into the tour. With no live bootleg on the horizon, I was unable to contain my excitement and immediately began looking for bootlegs
>My reward is having to wait 6 months.
>I think I and probably a few other drooling fans would like some more insight as to why we’re being asked for patience from a site whose purpose is to make live shows available in a very on-demand and global fashion.
>What I am is someone who had an amazing time on this last tour and wants to enjoy it over and over and over and over on my ride in to work.
Quite a wish list, with some demands sounding almost like veiled threats. I think the moral here is, sometimes you can’t get what you want!
:: Posted by Valhalla on October 22, 2014
’AcousticPhenomena’ have you ever heard the phrase, ’patience is a virtue’, or if you have, do you understand it? One of the very negative traits of this ’modern’ world is the selfish attitude of ’give it to me now, I want it now’. What do you ’want’, anything tossed out from any night of the tour? Who cares about the ’quality’ or quantity of a recording? And if it is not of decent quality or one doesn’t like it, then simply throw it out & demand more! I am relieved that a live recording, if it surfaces, will be of a selected value. Not something tossed out there for the ravenous few in this world, who simply ’cannot wait’!
Who can tell, there may not be any live recordings made available, now that would be a boil over for some ’fans’, one would think! Myself, I would much prefer to wait & get something of quality, hopefully, but if not, so be it!
Where is Robert ?
:: Posted by llampcat on October 22, 2014
Two weeeks whitout news, no diaries, no touring
With only a couple of days break after the US tour, Robert then flew to Argentina to undertake work with the South American Guitar Circle. As we speak, he is most likely in an airport terminal many miles from home.
:: Posted by AcousticPhenomena on October 22, 2014
I think that everyone is very excited to get their hands on a KC2014 live show download. I am very saddened that it is going to take DGM until spring 2015 to make something available. I’m sure they have something special in mind, but for me this is a huge missed opportunity.
The nature of download culture is that you can essentially have whatever you want whenever you want. When KC2008 live download came out about 3 DAYS into the tour, before they could even get out album art, this was immensely satisfying, and to me a much better alternative to bootlegs. If I can get a great quality audio right from the source, I’m fine paying some money, and it will definitely keep me from hunting down bootlegs. But, this has to happen sooner rather than later.
King Crimson: Your fan base is ravenous, and you didn’t even tour around to give everyone a chance to hear it. I understand why, but given the extremely aggressive anti-bootleg stance of DGM, I think the sensible move would be to satisfy your clever fans with an up front download.
For me, I waited a few days into the tour. With no live bootleg on the horizon, I was unable to contain my excitement and immediately began looking for bootlegs, of which there was not a short supply, although it looked like the DGM team was hard at work corking all the leaks. In the end I decided that I would prefer to respect Robert’s wishes, a man I have never met in person, and refrained from downloading any boots. My reward is having to wait 6 months.
Is DGM concerned about flooding the market in light of the R2R and Starless box sets? I can’t imagine this is the case. Also, if not 2014, why not another 2008 show? Sex, Sleep, Eat, Drink, Dream and Walking on Air have not yet been released to the general public.
While it wasn’t the news I wanted to hear, I was very happy that Sid took the time to address this elephant in the room, and I wasn’t left wondering each day whether or not anything was going to surface. And while it looks like my only choice is to sit tight, I think I and probably a few other drooling fans would like some more insight as to why we’re being asked for patience from a site whose purpose is to make live shows available in a very on-demand and global fashion.
I’m not trying to call anyone a jerk, or to make anyone angry. What I am is someone who had an amazing time on this last tour and wants to enjoy it over and over and over and over on my ride in to work. ASAP Please.
:: Posted by Bakullama on October 22, 2014
Looking forward to the day when the RED with back cover image T -shirt will be re-stocked. My old one has seen its last days unfortunately. As it faded to a dark grey from its original black, it just looked and felt better and better.
turntables / wall plaques 2
:: Posted by Brutus on October 22, 2014
:: Posted by nighthealer on October 21, 2014 The splendid turntables have given me a idea for some merchandise. How about wall plaques of the Discipline & LTIA covers, about 12" in diameter? I would definitely buy them!
Hi there, I am Max, the author (together with my wife Sam) of the two turntables. I have always been fascinated by logos in general and that is one of the reasons I have chosen those two covers for our turntable projeKCts. For the LTIA one I decided for a "professional" approach when it was time to create the mat; so I asked a company to print the logo on a plastic material called Forex (used for posters, plaques, etc.). Forex is quite rigid but can be easily cut. I ordered two copies of the digital print (around 35 euros for both) and I think I will use the second one for a wall clock. This could be another idea for the DGM merchandise area.
Starless Box Set
:: Posted by kevineden on October 22, 2014
Ordered mine from Spin in Newcastle (cheapest online) and it arrived yesterday.
My ears are thrumming and buzzing at the gloriousness of it. A feast for the eyes too
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