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More KC 69 Now Online
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Mon., Feb 13, 2012

You can now nab yourself two vintage bits of Crimso history via DGMLive. First up is the historic Hyde Park gig which helped bring the band to much wider world, and their next-day gig at the Marquee from their legendary run at the London club. Please note both of these gigs (with bonus tracks) are available as part of the King Crimson Collectors' Club series via the mail order shop.


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It Was 45 Years Ago Today...
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Mon., Jan 13, 2014
King Crimson formally entered the world playing for the first time in the basement of the cafe on the Fullham Palace Road on January 13th 1969.

According to Ian McDonald's diary at around 7.30pm, Dik, Pete, Bob and Greg called round to his flat to come and shift the 'tron to the new rehearsal rooms on the Fulham Palace Road. Once they'd set everything up, McDonald's diary also reveals the band had a blow until just after 10.00 p.m.

In the next few weeks there would be all kinds of visitors making their way to this basement including various journalists, record company executives and one or two rock stars, all interested to hear what was coming out of this cramped and fairly unremarkable space.

Crimso were to stay there for two and half years.

As previously reported on this website a couple of years ago, in 2011 Mark Ferraro, from Ozone Park, New York came over to London to make a pilgrimage to lots of buildings tinged with a bit of Crimson history. "I walked in the present day restaurant and went right downstairs without anyone questioning me and took some photos of this tiny space that once contained the sounds of ITCOTCK rehearsals. How the walls were able to take such thunder I can only wonder. Think of those lucky "invited guests" that were able to witness these young musicians and what was coming out of them in this tiny basement."

Here's some of Mark's photographs...













Mister Stormy's Monday Selection
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Mon., Jan 13, 2014
If you've ever wondered what Matte Kudasai might sound like with a sustained Fripp note worked into the arrangement, well, the ever-intrepid Mister Stormy will oblige here. 


The Road To Red At Home 25
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Mon., Jan 13, 2014
My thanks to Carlos Schroder who, from an undisclosed location, sent this pic in with the to-the-point message "here's the thing".



Tony Talks
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Sun., Jan 12, 2014
There's an interview with Tony Levin over at Prog Sphere where talks Stick Men and things Crimson.  


Orchestral Soundscapes In London
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Sat., Jan 11, 2014
Andrew Keeling's enthralling arrangements of Robert Fripp's soundscapes will be performed on stage next week in London's Barbican.



Tickets for the concert on Saturday 18th January are available directly from the Barbican.



Paid vs Streamed
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Fri., Jan 10, 2014
There's always a degree of controversy around the arguments between streaming and paid downloads but this story from Digital Music News appears to tell the story of a download spiral. 


Crimson ProjeKCt Framed
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Fri., Jan 10, 2014
Check out a stream of Crimson ProjeKCtís rendition of Frame By Frame over on the Prog magazine website. The track comes from the forthcoming Live In Tokyo album which is available for pre-order here.

The latest edition of Prog also features an interview with Tony Levin about his work in Crimson and with Peter Gabriel.

 

LTIA Redux
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Fri., Jan 10, 2014
My thanks to RYGRYG for reminding me of this extensive review of the Larks Tongues In Aspic Complete Recordings box set.


Stick Men's Power Play
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., Jan 9, 2014
Stick Men - Markus Reuter, Pat Mastelotto and Tony Levin - have a new live album in the pipeline. Recorded on their DEEP tour in the USA in 2013, the blurb says "Beware! This is Stick Men's first official live album! Powerful, intricate, heavy, and atmospheric. Features many pieces from the successful DEEP album as well as the most requested live tracks "Breathless" (a rarely performed composition by Robert Fripp) and Stravinsky's "Firebird Suite". And on top of this there are two stunning virtuoso improvisations that only Stick Men can deliver."



You can find out more by visiting Stick Men's bandcamp page.

Transatlantic Like It!
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., Jan 9, 2014
My thanks to Roy Skagen who writes "Transatlantic are covering the KC track Indiscipline on their forthcoming album Kaleidoscope. The track is to be found on the bonus disc in the Special Media Edition (2CD + DVD). The release is set to be 24th January. This is the second Crimson song Mike Portnoy is covering as far as I know. The other one is LTIA Pt.2 with Dream Theater on their Black Clouds & Silver Linings (Limited Edition)." 


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