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UK dates..(& Live at The O...Tale of no consequence Part 3)
:: Posted by AndrewJohn on February 05, 2015
...yes I have come across other possibilities.
Can you feel the huge tension between the relief & joy we share and competitiveness in attempting to obtain the tickets we would like. I have joined LiveNation to give myself what I thought may be a better chance. But their ’pre-release’ is unattractive, so waiting till to-morrow is becoming the preferred option. I know we are all friendly aquaintances here, but the prospect of missing out for the Friday [or even the Saturday at The Lowry, which may be an error or a wonderful possibility] gives me a nasty sinking feeling in my stomach.
Anyhow the mature me understands the reasonable & the realistic. In the scale of things near misses are a fact of life. Especially if your lucky enough to be the sort of person who does not neccessarily knows what he wants, but is very happy to enjoy what he receives and is lucky enough to have received a fair share.
..still if I could have centre stalls on Friday & Saturday please..
I received my CD/DVDA only yesterday after its expected delivery date of Jan13. On first listening KC are a strong & confident bunch, tight sound, lots to hear & re-listens sure to reveal more. Must say Burning Shed were fautless in dealing with it’s delay. KC as an entity is leading the field again with its use of graphics, style and music. Great to have King Crimson in the air again.
More tour dates
:: Posted by BillySunday on February 05, 2015
Are there some more UK dates to be announced yet ?
Anyone else come across this ? Extra Manchester, London ? Any others ?
In the Court of the Sagely kConflation (Lebowski mix)
:: Posted by davidly on February 05, 2015
Were you listening to The Dude’s story, Donny?
:: Posted by featherhead on February 05, 2015
Great news on the UK tour 2015 but why oh why no dates in the North East, The Sage at Gateshead has amazing sound retension. Go for it , I would be first to book.
:: Posted by PigletsDad on February 05, 2015
I have just bought my ticket for Birmingham, and it has cheered me up immensely. I’ve been to the venue before, but not for a gig.
I feared everything would sell out in minutes, but something was left.
:: Posted by natron on February 05, 2015
I’d just like to say how much I’m looking forward to the UK tour - I must admit I thought we’d not be seeing another one.
Given that Mr Fripp et al have so kindly organised this for my 60th year, I shall be showing my appreciation by bringing 3 members of the younger generation with me to the Edinburgh gig.
thanks for the concern
:: Posted by andyfromozz on February 05, 2015
thanks for your concern for me GASMRV (though I don’t know what you are talking about!)
cheers andy from oz
:: Posted by CourtSage on February 04, 2015
Mr. Singleton wrote:
"RF asked why bootlegs were often more exciting than proper releases. And the answer is absurd amounts of compression"
Are we talking about all of the 1981 Discipline shows which are audience tapes that are now proper releases? Hell the 1974 Central Park show, which has been highly regarded by Wetton and Fripp, was culled from a bootleg cassette.
I just kind of find it funny that its: "No photography, no filming, no recording. Its offensive to the artists. You’re a bunch of egoists who feel like you’re entitled to something because you bought a ticket. But please do send in all photographs, memories and recordings for our next boxset. Thank you!"
Well I guess its okay if you did all that in the 1970s and 1980s.
But back to the question of why bootlegs? Historical reasons. There are a number of great gigs that go undocumented by bands. For example most of Pink Floyd’s tours in the 1970s both pre and post Dark Side of the Moon. It took decades for the band to release the 1974 Wembley shows and the 1980-81 Wall shows. Many feel that the peak of the band’s live performing was during the 1977 Animals tour which featured some incendiary guitar playing from David Gilmour and Snowy White. Another example would be Genesis’ reunion with Gabriel in 1982 (Six of the Best). Although many claim to have seen professional cameras present, the band claims no recording of the event took place. Sound isn’t the best but its good considering it apparently rained throughout the show. There many other examples like Bob Marley’s last show which became an official release and combined with a soundboard recording of the night.
:: Posted by farranhite on February 04, 2015
your all missing it, sorry if I have missed previous posts ....but
One eye goes laughing,
one eye goes crying
through the trials and trying of one life
one hand is tied,
one step gets behind
in one breath we’re dying
Live at the Orpheum
:: Posted by monkeyman on February 04, 2015
I just recieved Live at the Orpheum, and I must say that the Allman Brothers are in top form here. It is hard to comprehend that there were only two drummers! Amazing! Gregg’s got a great rock and roll voice on the first song, and Whipping Post is the best version I’ve ever heard. Yeah! Too bad it’s so short. Also I missed the vocals on the second song. Oh well, can’t have everything, can we? Good Job Guys!
P.S. Who was sitting in with the saxophone?
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