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:: Posted by llampcat on January 02, 2015
I like T-Shirt Level Five in grey color. specially medium size :)
:: Posted by NoiseMachine on January 01, 2015
Just a brief thanks for the guestbook and the diaries. I’ve always found them an inspiration and find myself turning to them when I have larger questions that require perspective. For this I am eternally grateful.
Re; Crimson/Fripp on the box
:: Posted by Valhalla on January 01, 2015
I remember watching an episode of the English sleuth tv show Rosemary & Thyme years ago, Felicity Kendall was one actor in it. At the end of this particular episode, they are standing in a vineyard toasting a glass or three & Laura (Pam Ferris), the second sleuth gardener lady, says ’music is the wine that fills the cup of silence’ & follows it with ’Robert Fripp, King Crimson’! That Fripp man, he pops up in the most unsuspecting places at times!
Seasons greetings to all & thanks to all involved in the DGM Guestbook, particularly the moderator(s).
I have been waffling on here for a year or two, but have been a casual observer for much longer! All Things Must Pass, as they say! Cheers.
KC On The Box
:: Posted by michaeloc on January 01, 2015
I always thought it strange that Luther (The TV Cop show Gavin was watching), being a fan of David Bowie had never heard of KC.
DGM/Panegyric's New Year's Resolutions?
:: Posted by rtkcfan on January 01, 2015
Happy New Year to all Crimheads!
My main hope (release-wise) for this year is that DGM/Panegyric finally release the long-awaited 40th anniversary editions of "Beat", "Three of a Perfect Pair", and "THRAK", with new surround and stereo mixes included.
(Plus some more US tour dates would be kinda nice too…) :)
A Good Thing
:: Posted by richardr on December 30, 2014
I have often wondered at the amount of time RF has taken in commenting and contributing to this diary. I don’t know how he managed to keep up with it, but I’m grateful for his generous effort. I think all of us who looked at it daily have appreciated his level-headed and serious (though sometimes humorous) perspectives on a variety of subjects, from the music industry to Mr Bennett.
I’m going to miss it, but I also believe this:
Never be afraid to let go of a good thing.
I want to add my thanks to Robert Fripp. Someone once said: “When something is brought to an end, it should be closed with a golden clasp”. I believe in some way that the three large box sets have accomplished this for the Diary. They represent a gift, and I treasure them.
All the best!
New LPs to come
:: Posted by fhc339835 on December 29, 2014
A series of 3 or 4 releases in 2015 of the 2014 US tour in LP format covering the crème de la crème of the material presented at the more than 20 gigs would be pretty nice.
If vinyl should hold the same significance as CD, the Orpheum format, which is looking fantastic (the sound will be raving by nature) is the only feasible way to accomplish such a plan.
Anyway, I pick a tour bundle at any time at (nearly) every price as well, as each note played (esp. by Mel Collins) and each stroke hit presumably more than deserve its presentation to the listening community.
A healthy and happy new year to the DGM Team
:: Posted by dubhthaigh on December 29, 2014
Sorry I missed Christmas greetings, but my sincere best wishes to all of you. Thank you for the wonderful music and for the great return of Crim to live action. The wife and I caught the show in Philadelphia and she actually liked it. I do miss Robert’s diary entries. I have always found that reading his observations, especially about the challenges he faces, were a great encouragement to chart my own way through the thrak of life. And then there is that bunny of his, Mr Romain, tasty cakes of all descriptions, photos of his village and back yard, and the joyous energy of Toyah.
We’ll look forward to the New Year, new directions. May it be a good one for all of us.
Peter Sinfields Birthday
:: Posted by holmini on December 28, 2014
Happy Birthday wishes to Peter Sinfield, thank you for all the inspirational and inspiring lyrics.
great work !
A big birthday cake with candles.
Kind Regards from Frankfurt..
:: Posted by Gilbert1567 on December 28, 2014
Sorry if this has been posted elsewhere but RF, in the new Classic Rock,issue 206, states the following, which seems to clear a few things up:
" we’ve also been mapping a release schedule for live material from the US tour... let’s just say there’s a staggered, increasingly completist presentation planned..."
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