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Fave John Wetton moment
:: Posted by PeterMinde on June 12, 2014
The Night Watch, live recording at Concertgeboew (?? spelling?) in the Netherlands. An essential album whether or not one is a Crimson fan.
Re: Tony's sheet music
:: Posted by jimbugtm on June 12, 2014
Trey Ramble... no idea what it could be.
7 and 5... again no idea.
Blap blap boo bap blap?
No idea what these refer to, and it doesn’t really matter...
I think my ticket price has just turned into money well spent. :D
Huge Metro Areas...
:: Posted by dougside on June 12, 2014
as a denizen of SMAllbany I assure there is nothing huge or metro about it. :)
Happy Birthday John!
:: Posted by GerryYork on June 12, 2014
My favorite John Wetton moment was meeting him at the John Wetton Fan Convention (sounds hokey I know) in Allentown, Pennsylvania in 2002 organized by John’s friend Kim Dancha. The concert that night (with a band including Geoff Downes) included a number of KC and Asia tunes...I suppose that was the rebirth of the "original" Asia! A weekend I will never forget! Thanks for all the great music John!
:: Posted by dubhthaigh on June 12, 2014
Not that the little guy isn’t a dapper bugger, or that the team doesn’t look smashing in their Sunday bests, but Tony and Gavin know how to rock a suit.
Re: Tony's sheet music
:: Posted by GhostTrain on June 12, 2014
I *think* the piece with the section identifiers on the left is The ConstruKction of Light - Andrew Keeling’s analysis of TCOL mentions five-to-a-bar C sharp minor moving to G and B flat. However, there’s nothing in the piece I can think of that would fit the description of "rising 15s", so maybe it’s Larks’ IV or EleKtriK?
I think the piece on the right might be Level Five.
The League of Elderly Gentlemen.
:: Posted by boobuns on June 12, 2014
I am very enthusiastic about the reformation of King Crimson but I unfortunately cannot afford the expense or time to travel to America to see them perform. I hope that DGM will make the tour available as a bundle in the future and would gladly purchase a multiple-disc deluxe DVD/BD release if such a thing becomes available (hint, hint).
It looks like The Sailor’s Tale is returning to the set list. Will they re-visit the Court of the Crimson King?
Happy BD, John!
:: Posted by nungboy on June 12, 2014
A very happy birthday to Mr. Wetton! My favorite moment would have to be seeing UK in New Jersey in 1978. Mr. Wetton was in fine form, instrumentally and vocally. In particular, his vocals on "Carrying No Cross" were exceptional.
September in New York?
:: Posted by emory0 on June 12, 2014
I know that many of you DGM guestbook folks have excellent taste in music, as do I, so I thought I might mention another musical event on par with Crimson, that will be happening in September here in NYC. At BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music), Steve Reich, Phillip Glass and both of their ensembles will be playing TOGETHER for 3 nights, as part of the Nonesuch Records anniversary (40, I think). This will occur on September 9th, 10th and 11th, so if you will be in New York during that time I highly recommend getting tickets as they are going fast.
Tony's sheet music
:: Posted by snkzato1 on June 12, 2014
Tony posted some sheet music yesterday on his journal and I’m curious if anyone has any guesses as to what songs they could be.
I heard one opinion that due to the right sheet saying ’5 and 7’ it could be Level 5 and the one on the left could be VROOM or VROOM VROOM considering the note ’Trey Ramble’. It would be pretty interesting to hear how these songs sound with some jazzy horn additions.
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