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Monday, 18th March 2013
:: Posted by Sean_Hollenhors on March 31, 2013
Is that the same ES-335 that is seen in the photos of the original League Of Gentlemen?
:: Posted by noforker on March 31, 2013
writingmiles: I live in Indiana, USA.
:: Posted by Tom239 on March 31, 2013
From Mr Frippís diary of 13 March, under a photo of a math book: "This clarity of thinking is so at odds with the thinking of the music industry." But, happily, not at odds with music itself.
Of many possible parallels to note between music and mathematics, consider these quotes--
Bertrand Russell: "Mathematics may be defined as the subject in which we never know what we are talking about...".
Igor Stravinsky: "I consider that music is, by its very nature, essentially powerless to express anything at all...". (Stravinsky later said he would prefer to phrase it as "music expresses itself".)
I see abstractness as essential to the type of clarity possible in both math and music.
:: Posted by Carnamagos on March 30, 2013
Just back from vacation and a welcome respite from ComputerWorld. I havenít gone back more than a few pages here to see what Iíve missed during the last week, so any Pavlovian flames on the Hackett topic have gone unread.
I do want to say that I appreciate the thoughtful considerations posted here regarding the hypothetical Hackett-led KC from 1974, however little I agree with them.
As for the person who claims that any record with "King Crimson" on the cover must be King Crimson, well, all I can say is, some are impressed with Alexanderís solution to the Gordian Knot, and others arenít. I am among those who arenít.
:: Posted by cantspelldiKc on March 29, 2013
If i had a million dollars iíd give 300,000 to Mr. F in a heartbeat to take those umg buttlikkers down, these pieces of shit are pure evil, intentional accidents are the mode by which satanic cults achieve their objectives, do you believe i am full of shit, i got 17 stab wounds on my body that prove i know what i am talking about, the OTO Church of England must be full of pussies, the man who has given the most has taken the least, i for one am sick of it, take all that hearaldry you limeys cling to and shove it up your collective ass
:: Posted by apisch on March 29, 2013
Blessed Easter wishes to Robert, Toyah, David, Stormy, the DGM staff, and all who frequent the DGM web site!
:: Posted by xtaltha on March 28, 2013
To the pair of Crafty guitarists i heard playing this evening while commuting in Fontana station, Barcelona... Thank you!.
I heard "21st century schizoid man" and "eye of the needle" echoing all over the place.
I slightly frustrated because i left home without phisical money.
Hope to catch this again.
:: Posted by writingmiles on March 28, 2013
Noforker, This might be an answer you expected, but not without good reason: generally speaking, the First and Second Primaries need to be given in person. Itís not that theyíre shrouded in mystery, itís that the exercises need to be presented in full and demonstrated, and then the musician guided into the correct forms, with none of the snaggles of differing interpretations of words. The best place to experience this, naturally, is on a course. Where do you live?
Honour among thieves
:: Posted by Rockette on March 28, 2013
Q: "what does it take for the worldís largest music group to act honourably in respect of its obligations?
A: A bleeding miracle.
Robert Fripp first day of online diary
:: Posted by nameofuser on March 28, 2013
When please is the earliest entry in the Robert Fripp diary?
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