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:: Posted by llampcat on June 23, 2016
My condolences. It was endearing for the KC family
:: Posted by Auxois on June 23, 2016
My sincere condolences to you both. Gťrard Bťrilley
:: Posted by TimAnderson on June 22, 2016
May we all pass to the next plane in such a manner. By now W.F. and Bun have reunited, and are no doubt happily gambolling about. My sincere condolences to you both.
:: Posted by JLAdams on June 22, 2016
My condolences to Robert and Toyah. Iím sorry for your loss.
:: Posted by milesthewondercat on June 22, 2016
My sincerest condolences on the loss of WillyFred ... the animals that share our lives are family ... :(
ITCOTCK on Dickenson's Real Deal
:: Posted by FraKcman on June 21, 2016
Antiques expert Tim Hogarth while valuing a collection of vinyl for a member of the public on ITVís Dickensonís Real Deal broadcast today said, "In The Court of the Crimson King... the most iconic record cover of all time".
The collection went on to sell well with ITCOTCK featuring prominently in front of shot throughout.
:: Posted by nungboy on June 16, 2016
A belated happy birthday to all of the Krimsos that have recently traveled another full rotation around the sun! May you all have many more!
OK, I'm in.
:: Posted by jbricker on June 14, 2016
Thatís three for three, Stormy. Nicely done, again!
If there is not a remix CD planned for the On And Off The Road box set of 80s Crim, then consider this an enthusiastic request to add one.
:: Posted by albemuth on June 12, 2016
I donít do birthdays, but feel a need to send good wishes to John Wetton, who is facing heath worries. Luckily, all kinds of cancer can be helped a great deal these days. Godspeed for a good recovery!
Many years ago, I saw Roxy Music play at my alma mater, Lafayette College. John was playing bass for this tour. As the band walked off, I yelled to him from the crowd: "I liked Larks Tongues in Aspic better!" We smiled at each other and, hopefully, he was not offended.
At the time, I believed that I was making an important point by shouting what I did. But, as the years have gone by, Iíve gained a greater appreciation for pop-rock music, for Roxy Music, and even for mainstream music. Maybe that is why I have played Valkyrie about 50 times?! Thatís a great song from a man with a gift for melody. Was he Crimsonís own Paul?
:: Posted by concentricfridays on June 12, 2016
John, thank you for all of the thunder and lightning, car and train through sun and rain, smoke and mirrors throughout the years. Best wishes to you on your birthday!
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