|Live At The Orpheum At Home 7 - 9
|:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., Jan 29, 2015
Time for another batch of snaps sent in by folks whoíve got their copy of Live At The Orpheum. First up is John who sends his salutations from the borders town of Lauder, in Scotland...
Jeremy in Ashbourne, Victoria in Australia writes "Hereís the download of the album at home with some of its friends"...
Finally, Elijah Hibit (he didnít say where he was from) sent in this snap...
"My first foray into buying an album on iTunes the day itís released right onto my phone. Itís kept me company at work ever since. Love it! Thanks for making it available on iTunes! That said...still getting the vinyl next time I hit the olí record store. :)"
Please keep your snaps of Live At The Orpheum at home coming in. My own vinyl copy arrived in the office yesterday. You can take a peek over on the blog.
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Peter Sinfield Update
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Tue., Dec 24, 2013
Following his heart operation last week Peter Sinfield has updated his Facebook status. "** A Medical Announcement ** hi Folks, Peter here! My surgeons tell me
they are very happy with echo scans of the work they did during the
procedure. Two clips are in place and my heart is working well. Now-
Given a little rest and some, good, quiet care I should be as right
again in a few weeks. back to work to full time work in three and even
flying off for some much needed sunshine in four. I feel a bit
shakey,which is normal, but over all I am ALIVE & good. My voice is
getting stronger by the hour and long may that continue for; I still
have,ahem, much to say. Thank you all again for your constant good
wishes which helped me so much through what has been the most miserable
few months of my life. I wish you all a jolly,bouncy song-filled, Christmas and as always a bold and brave new year. . . . Bless you.
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Sun., Dec 22, 2013
Trey Gunn, currently hiking in India, has updated his Facebook page with reports of a collision with a motorcycle. Fortunately, every one concerned was bruised but otherwise fine. For those without Facebook. here's his account of the incident.
"In Udaipur, Rajasthan. Fantastic city with lakes and temples and hills and towering buildings. Plus some super great food.
I have a fantastic collision with a motorcycle last night. The streets
are an obstacle courses and a half. And so it seems my timing is quite
different from the locals -- they move a bit slower and more consistent.
Joe and I were crossing a relatively smallish, but very busy,
street as I saw my opening and began to move. I turned back to look the
other way and there was a motorcycle headlight bearing right down on
me. My body leapt out of the way and I crashed right into another cycle
coming from the other direction with no headlamp on. My body retained it
composure and, even though I couldn't see anything, I cleaned knocked
the guy and his motorcycle over. I was still standing, though pretty
stunned. The whole street stopped moving and fell silent as we gathered
ourselves back together.
In the normal Indian fashion he was way more concerned about me than either himself or his bike."
The Road To Red At Home 20
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Sat., Dec 21, 2013
My thanks to Pekka Ranta from Finland for this one of The Road To Red box. Pekka writes "The Precision Bass is on it too because the booklet pictures of ladies-man Wetton made me think about painting the bass white and removing the scratchplate. I'll pass the leather shirt 'though."
The Road To Red At Home 19
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., Dec 19, 2013
According to Ryan, heís got a big smile on his face down in Murfreesboro, TN. Hereís why...
Fripp In Nashville
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Mon., Dec 16, 2013
In 2004 Robert Fripp recorded what amounts to a studio album in just one take in this soundscapes session.
You can download it here.
The Road To Red At Home 18
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Mon., Dec 16, 2013
Zonga Dude writes "The Road To Red has joined its fellow British box set companions, here in France."
And The Winner Is...
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Sun., Dec 15, 2013
Congratulations to Guy Vella in Florida. Guy was able to tell me that the name of the guitarist with whom Tony Levin and Alan White collaborated with in 2011 was none other than David Torn. Guy's name was picked at random from the fickle fedora of fate and as a result, he wins a copy of Levin, Minnemann Rudess.
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