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:: Posted by GonzalezPaulo on August 06, 2014

For those of us that canít travel abroad to see the band live, a CD and a BD of the tour would be more than welcomed. If we canít go to see KC, then KC comes to see us.

:: Posted by royskagen on August 05, 2014

I wonder if thereís any news about filming any of the shows for the upcoming Crimson tour? I know there will be audio release/s, but seeing this monster on a Blu-ray release would be Fantastic! I only hope... Roy, Mosjoen, Norway

San Francisco
:: Posted by cuicawrangler on August 04, 2014

I had a quite vivid dream that I was working backstage at the Warfield, when Van der Graaf Generator turned up to open the KC show. I had to send them away, as there was no room on stage. Peter seemed a bit put out.
Hope they found a replacement gig!

King Crimson Songbooks
:: Posted by itempea on August 04, 2014


are there any KC songbooks out there? I am particularly trying to find the original guitar tabs for Book of Saturdays, as played by master Fripp.


Starless Box
:: Posted by octopus92 on August 04, 2014

As the new Crimson line-up has made the choice of ignoring Europe for this year, the major event will be the Starless Box which will contain only European concerts...

Are there any news about which concerts will be published (list) and miscelleanous informations about the sound (2-track CD remaster or multi-tracking hi-resolution Blu-Ray, etc...) ?

The date of October seems very uncertain if these choices havenít been made...

Venue in Warsaw
:: Posted by rzachol on August 01, 2014

Regarding RFís comments in the "Uncut" on the possible venue in Warsaw: you guys can play the new National Stadium - Paul McCartney and Roger Waters did.

:: Posted by rogadaire on August 01, 2014

I have noted Robertís comment about keeping an open mind about what to expect at the upcoming Crimson shows, so as to maximise what one might get out of it.

However, I will stick my neck out here and make a bold prediction, I feel very confident that if anyoneís chief expectation of these concerts rested on Robert wearing a big fat tie throughout, they will be going home as pleased as punch, and as happy as a sandboy called Larry.        

Miracles do happen!
:: Posted by albemuth on July 30, 2014

I was not certain that I was willing to spend the money and time to travel to see King Crimson this fall, especially the possibility of doing it alone.  But, lo and behold, my wife gave me my birthday gift and it was two tickets to see Krimson, one for her and one for me!  Women are willing to experience the great Crim, after all?!  Saints be praised!  My wife be praised! 

It is astonishing to think that I will have seen KC over 5 decades: 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s, and 2010s.  Believe me, there is no other band I can say that for, or would want to say that for! 

Tony's site
:: Posted by boroski on July 30, 2014

Even more pictures and insight.

rieflin on drums and WHAT?
:: Posted by johannes on July 30, 2014

Anybody notice on Tony Levinís July 28 rehearsal photo page?  "Bill Rieflin on drums and mellotron?" 

Oh... boy.  Devilís Triangle, here we come?  (Or not, as the case may be...)

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