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iTony eBook?
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., Feb 16, 2012

My thanks to the mighty Vargan for alerting me to this item from Tony's website. "I have the opportunity to re-release my photo book, Crimson Chronicles in digital format (for iPad). It will feature all the photos, but also a lot of extras, including other shots that didn't make it to the original book. So, that's got me digging through my files for photos, itineraries, tour passes, and music I can use for that release."


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European Tour Bundle Available
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Mon., Nov 18, 2013
The Double Duo’s European tour of May/June 2000, taking in 23 dates, is now available for download. You can grab all shows for just $106.00 for FLAC and $80.00 for MP3. The tour began in Denmark and finished in London.

If you’ve bought any three or more of the gigs that were previously available from this tour, you will be entitled to claim a free download when purchasing the bundle.

This tour was filmed by Bootleg TV and these tour videos will also be available for separate purchase at some point although no date has been finalised yet.


Take It Down
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Mon., Nov 18, 2013
My thanks to The Kenosha Kid for this link regarding the BPI issuing their 50millionth take down request to Youtube. 


Pat On Podcastic
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Sun., Nov 17, 2013
Pat Mastelotto talks about how he got started in music and his work in Stick Men, Mister Mister and King Crimson in this podcast. 


Anxiety! Danger! Suspense!
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Fri., Nov 15, 2013
Those are some of the descriptions of Jeff Fayman's library of trailer music. My thanks to Owen for sending in this link to the tracks featuring a certain Bobby Willcox on geetar! 


Reuter Talk
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Fri., Nov 15, 2013
Markus Reuter has been talking about his work in Stick Men, Crimson ProjeKCt and Ian Boddy. You can read all about it here. 


Under The Influence...
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., Nov 14, 2013
It’s always interesting to learn of New Standard Tuning in non-traditional settings. Bay area band, Rocket Moth have employed NST on parts of their debut album, Mesolow

Hannah Stobbart, British singer with the group said “We’re big Crimson fans...Our music doesn’t claim to be ’progressive’ exactly but there is a conscious Fripp connection - the Guitar Craft standard tuning features on several of our tracks.

I might be wrong, but I imagine that this represents a relatively rare usage of that tuning within a broadly ’Pop’ setting (and without any connection whatever to Guitar Craft/Circle etc). Funnily enough, one of the tracks in question has an almost ’country’ lilt to it! My other Fripp connection is that I’m owned by house rabbits”




The other half of Rocket Moth, Paul Craddick, commented "I don’t claim to understand any of the deeper intentions around Guitar Craft/Guitar Circle practice and pedagogy, but I like the idea of this tuning leaving the ‘cloister’ so to speak and entering the messy world of the self-taught, intuitive guitarist, within the envelope of broadly Pop music..

During the writing sessions for our debut album Mesolow, two and a half songs were written in GCST (one of which we plan on releasing as a bonus track, as it didn’t make it on the album). For the recording, two of our favorite guitar solos were played on a Les Paul in GCST, and many supplemental parts in the tuning were added to several of the remaining tracks.

The standout GCST track on Mesolow is Laura, which was written and performed on a beautiful Martin acoustic that seems to have welcomed being strung in GCST. ‘Laura’ is a very simple, open track -- with an almost countryish verse and a Beatles-y chorus.

To our ears, the song’s GCST chord voicings are really lovely and make the song. We considered thanking Robert on the album for ‘inventing’ the tuning (if that’s the right word), but decided against it as we worried that it might come across as o-t-t. Regardless, we’re grateful for this magical tuning, which is a real gift."

You can listen to Laura here and check out the rest of the album on a sampler over on the band’s website.



UMG Settlement Agreed
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Tue., Nov 12, 2013
A message from Robert Fripp: "We were notified at 10:09am today that signed copies of the mutually agreed Settlement with UMG had been received by our legal representatives."



Road To Red Reviewed
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Tue., Nov 12, 2013
The Road To Red gets a very favourable review in the latest edition of Goldmine. 


Easy Moustache
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Tue., Nov 12, 2013
John Wetton is fundraising for Movember and you too can help with the cause by sponsoring his facial growth.  Check out John's Movember page here.  


Mister Stormy's Monday Selection
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Mon., Nov 11, 2013
Mister Stormy has been rummaging around the shelves in DGM HQ and found a portion of Potato Pie (previously known as Crimson Blue) from 2002. 


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