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Wilson Talks Lizard
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Mon., Feb 13, 2012

There's a major interview conducted by Anil Prasad with Steven Wilson over on the ever-informative Innerviews website.  


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The Joy Of The Guitar Riff
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Fri., Jul 11, 2014
The famously reclusive Robert Fripp makes yet another appearance on TV in the UK next week on July 18th when he takes part in BBC 4's The Joy Of The Guitar Riff. Here's what the Radio Times preview has to say about it. And here's what Robert had to say about it when the film crew came to call in April


Keeling's Little Red Book
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Fri., Jul 11, 2014
Andrew Keeling’s latest rock-orientated album has garnered some favourable reviews of late. First up here’s what Prog magazine had to say...



and from the pages of R2 magazine...



You can grab your copy of My Red Book from Burning Shed.

Wetton & Palmer-James Reissued
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., Jul 10, 2014
I Wish You Would and Monkey Business 1972 - 1979 by John Wetton and Richard Palmer-James have been reissued in a 2CD set.



I Wish You Would, recorded in 1979, dusts off some blues numbers beloved by the duo back in their school days, while Monkey Business first released in 1998 sifts through items they worked on for the King Crimson back catalogue (including Night Watch, Book Of Saturday, Starless and a remake of Doctor Diamond as well as a tracks the pair wrote intended for the follow-up to Red.

You can grab the album via iTunes (I Wish You Would / Monkey Business) or Burning Shed.

F*cked Up Fripp
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., Jul 10, 2014
The latest edition of The Wire contains an extensive interview with St Vincent who is found extolling the virtues of Robert Fripp's guitar playing with David Bowie.



KC On TV
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Wed., Jul 9, 2014
My thanks to eagle-eyed Chris Barron who spotted this manifestation of the mighty Crim on a programme about the making of the popular long-running UK TV series, University Challenge.



For those who want to see the appearance of what looks like it might be the LTIA box set in full television mode, the programme is available on BBCiPlayer and the album (and dinosaur - another KC reference?) can be seen at the 37.00 mark. 


Four Chords & The Crim
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Wed., Jul 9, 2014
Fancy an entire one hour show dedicated to the diatonic phrygian tetrachord with a snippet of King Crimson thrown in? Check out this WNYC radio show which takes the listener on a tour of what it calls the world's most-used musical sequence. 


On This Date 40 Years Ago
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Tue., Jul 8, 2014
On this date 40 years ago King Crimson entered Olympic Studios in London and began work on the final Crimson album of the 1970s,  Red



You can read an interview with John Wetton where he talks about the album and the subsequent break-up here.


Small But Perfectly Formed
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Tue., Jul 8, 2014
Here's an interview with Morgan Fisher, the man who brought the world Miniatures in 1980, which featured a 60 second keyboard contribution from Robert Fripp.

 



Also well worth reading is Morgan Fisher's encounters with Fripp over the years over on the excellent Miniatures website. 

Vote For King Crimson
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Mon., Jul 7, 2014
The Road To Red, the multi-disc box set documenting King Crimson's final American tour of 1974, has been nominated for an award at the 2014 Progressive Music Awards. The box set has been nominated in the Grand Design category of the awards organised by Prog magazine.



If you'd like to see King Crimson and The Road To Red win this year then you'll need to register at the awards website and do the Crims proud. 

Here's the full list of runners and riders in the Grand Design category:

King Crimson - The Road To Red

Dream Theater – Limited Edition Collectors Box Set

ELP – Brain Salad Surgery Deluxe Box Set 

Rush – Rush 40th Box Set 

Rick Wakeman – Journey To The Centre Of The Earth Box Set 

Pink Floyd – The Division Bell Deluxe Set 

Fish – Feast Of Consequences Box Set 

Cynic - Kindly Bent To Free Us Deluxe Book Set 

Ian Anderson - Homo Erraticus Deluxe Edition Hardback Book 

Transatlantic - Kaliedoscope Deluxe Edition Box Set






Practice May Not Make Perfect
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Mon., Jul 7, 2014
My thanks to BornCynic who posits this nugget of information: "I believe that Mr Fripp has stated that he had no natural ability when picking up the guitar - but did he have the right genes?"


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