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For Pebble:
:: Posted by petem1966 on July 18, 2014

Already answered:

New Frippmobile
:: Posted by ironageuk on July 16, 2014

Peugoat 508, nice.

Fripp's New Wheels
:: Posted by Pebble on July 17, 2014

Apologies if this has been covered already, but I see in Frippís diary he got a new, white station wagon.  Anyone know what make it is? 

Re; Doc Rock
:: Posted by Valhalla on July 17, 2014

There are not any Jon Lord comments on the Phoenix Rising dvd, in regards to Gillanís departure. I must be thinking of another Purple íhistoryí disc! I have watched so many different bands & their history on vhs & dvdís over the years. 

Garden rules
:: Posted by bucket on July 17, 2014

Dr Rae Gate, Primary compiler and Chief Overlord at entrances2hell.co.uk, has advised that my entrance sighting in Robertís garden quite possibly might be genuine.

Despite the synonymity of King Crimson with Beelzebub (Bíil Sabab, literally "the man with an aim"), he asks that the following safety rules are always observed:

Rule 1: It may be an obvious thing to say but NEVER try to go inside an entrance to Hell.
Rule 2: Always approach an entrance on your stomach.
Rule 3: Donít shout at the devil (not even with good news).
Rule 4: Wear rubber gloves for 3 or 4 days after your visit.

Re; Roc Docs
:: Posted by Valhalla on July 17, 2014

Yes, the Face to Face interviews are superb indeed! I have yet to watch the Brian May one, but Ian Anderson, Tony Iommi & Jon Lord are brilliant viewing.
The Phoenix Rising Purple MK 4 dvd has Jon Lord talking again, Purpleís best spokesman by a mile. He talks about the Blackmore & Gillan ífeudí & the reasons of Gillanís resignation. There were other things going on, but no doubt Blackmore wanted him out, or to get out of there himself perhaps, hence the Lynott & Paice jamming thing! Blackmore was a huge Tull fan indeed, the Barre hands joke, classic Blackmore there one would think. Your friend may have taken that the wrong way. Now to track down that Brian May Face to Face interview with Rick Wakeman.

Front line and Starless...
:: Posted by DanAnderson on July 16, 2014

I was driving to work the other day in a van I recently purchased. I was testing out the stereo system (the most important item in the van, IMHO) with the 30th anniversary Red CD. When the boys got to the bass riff and ominous anti-prog rock Fripp solo, I could hear the mayhem the front line drumming trio could wreak.

Guys, are you listening to me? This could be just this side of totally awesome.

Same with the build up for Dangerous Curves.

Just sayiní.

Imaginary interview
:: Posted by JeffTruzzi on July 16, 2014

John Lydon on "Face to Face with Rick Wakeman" -
Iíd pay to see THAT!

Roc Doc correction
:: Posted by JeffTruzzi on July 16, 2014

The Fripp comment wasnít from a doc, but an article on the 5th anniversary of Hendrixís death.

Roc Docs
:: Posted by JeffTruzzi on July 16, 2014

My Deep Purple comments were based on recently watching Jon Lord on "Face to Face with Rick Wakeman" (highly recommended) and "Behind The Music." Iíve watched a lot of Rock Docs lately and they are always fascinating, even when on acts I canít stand. The story often changes depending on the teller, "I was fired" vs. "After he leftÖ" I sure didnít expect longtime favorite Ian Anderson to remind me of Breaking Badís Walter White! Or that Brian Mayís guitar tone was inspired by Rory Gallagher. Hearing the alternate guitar solos on "Peg" alone is worth watching "Aja" on "Classic Albums."

A friend of mine hated Ritchie Blackmore because of him saying Tull guitarist Martin Barre should have his hands cut off. Somehow Tull being Blackmoreís favorite band never got to him. Likewise, another friend disliked Robert Fripp being the only negative commenter in a Hendrix doc, something about neglecting his responsibility to music by partying until he died - despite it being true.

New Frippmobile
:: Posted by ironageuk on July 16, 2014

Peugoat 508, nice.

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