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:: Posted by mipoch on August 27, 2014
"This tour ainít big enough for two old goats!"
:: Posted by NoiseMachine on August 27, 2014
"I said no photos of Fripp!"
A kCaption kCompetition
:: Posted by 350FLT on August 27, 2014
I wasnít sure which old goat you wanted, so I brought a couple of them...
#KC2014 - A kCaption kCompetition
:: Posted by crimso75 on August 27, 2014
That Fripp is so crooked he has to screw his pants on!
:: Posted by vdg144 on August 27, 2014
:: Posted by PaulTaylor on August 27, 2014
There can be only one
:: Posted by snkzato1 on August 27, 2014
How long has it been since that expensive purchase went onto my credit card statement stating that I would indeed get to see the Crims live?
I had nearly forgotten about the upcoming calamity that is the 7-headed Crimson until Frippís diary politely reminded me of what is coming in less than a month. Any expression of anticipation would be a gross understatement.
For all those that attend I hope you have a great time and have a truly unique concert experience.
For Fripp, I saw that your goal is to have fun on this tour. I hope that as you near your 70th year you can finally achieve that goal. Never too late for change.
I do hope once he gets to Wisconsin his diary entry reads "Morning: Hotel Cheddarble. "
:: Posted by toycritic on August 26, 2014
Interesting to see Greg Lake making an appearance in NightWorld. Just a week ago my copy of his Songs of a Lifetime CD arrived and I was able to relive the happy memory of seeing Lake perform in Tarrytown, New York. I made the pilgrimage from NYC, climbing the steep riverbank from the Metro North station, and it was worth the trip. He put on a great solo show which included excerpts from most of In the Court... "I Talk to the Wind" got the full treatment and substantial parts of "Epitaph" and "Court" were performed as a medley, in addition to an opening teaser of "Schizoid Man." Even today, Greg Lake is not coasting. He gives his audience everything heís got (even with backing tracks). And his voice, though altered by age, is still truly stirring. I warmly recommend the CD and, if you get the chance to see it, the show.
Starless box set
:: Posted by DanAnderson on August 26, 2014
RE: "Stormy - what has happened to the bi-weekly Crim tickle? Itís been a month since the last one. Iím Jonesing, I tell ya, Jonesing!"
"Mr. Stormy has been flat-out busy on up and coming audio delights. In the meantime thereís a couple of hundred gigs that are awaiting your ears and available for purchase. Have a browse about the library - thereís definitely something there to sate your desires!"
Just got the okay to get the Starless set in a few days. Give us a hoo-hah, sargeant!
:: Posted by emory0 on August 26, 2014
In the Fripperblog I notice in the photos that Fripp has resorted to an interesting strategy in travelling with drummers: Both Gavin Harrison and Bill Rieflin are clearly riding in the back of the truck with the gear. I notice Pat Mastellato isnít there, so Iím thinking this wasnít the first time and that Pat was "indisposed" when the drum truck was loading.
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