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Crim On Coe
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Tue., Feb 28, 2012

My thanks to Andrew John for alerting me to some impending Crimson on the radio. Andrew writes "itís been a long time since I was able to point out to my mother that King Crimson are refered to in the BBC Radio Times. Get yourselves tuned to Gideon Coe this Thursday and wallow in the recognition only occasionally the popular media affords íourí band. What is chosen to be played will be interesting in itself." The session in question is likely to be the old BBC In Concert session taken from the Concertgebouw Night Watch concert. We wait with baited breath until Thursday! 


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Came Back Haunted
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., Jun 6, 2013
The new single from Nine Inch Nails is online for your listening pleasure here. Came Back Haunted is taken from the forthcoming NIN album, featuring contributions from Adrian Belew, later this year.  


A Motley Crew
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., Jun 6, 2013
It's so rare for the extended DGM Live team to be in one location but yesterday on the banks of the river Thames there gathered an illustrious quartet.



l to r : Hugh O' Donnell, John Peacock, Alex Mundy, Eric Anderson

Eric is over in the UK on a business trip and with the planets in the right conjunction these four fine chaps came together for a bit of a chinwag!

My Phone Wants To Kill Your Sonata
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Wed., Jun 5, 2013
The Daily Telegraph carries a report on another musician unhappy at being filmed on a phone during a concert. "For any sensitive musician it is a disturbance to be filmed without permission. The people who have paid for entry deserve to hear the concert undisturbed too." You can read the article here.


Who Says The Prog Wars Are Dead?
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Tue., Jun 4, 2013
A somewhat skeptical review of a new book entitled Yes Is The Answer: And Other Prog Rock Tales has appeared in the New York Times. The sniping tone of the review prompted Alex Ross, author of The Rest Is Noise, to comment on Twitter "Mocking a rock-crit anthology as a "paper treehouse for gentlemen of a certain age" seems a tricky move for a 47-year-old male pop critic." Music critic Steve Smith also provided a link to this blog which takes the review and the review to task. Finally, John Schaefer hosts a discussion about the book with co-editor Tyson Cornell and prog rock and includes contributions from Robert Fripp and a snippet from LTIA2. Margaret Wappler also talks about her experience of listening to ITCOTCK in the 90s.



P2 Rehearsals For Download
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Mon., Jun 3, 2013
Mister Stormy has compiled some of the highlights of two days rehearsal in Nashville prior to their debut gig.



You can find out more here.

Thomas De Hartmann Project With Elan Sicroff
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Sun., Jun 2, 2013
The Kickstarter-funded Thomas De Hartmann Project with pianist Elan Sicroff, previously mentioned in these pages, is within reach of its goal but still needs your support. Regular visitors will know of this project from its frequent mentions in Robert Fripp's diaries. You can find out more about the Kickstarter project page. 


Court's Counterbalance
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Sat., Jun 1, 2013
Here's an entertaining account of listening to In The Court Of The Crimson King from the pages of PopMatters. 


Let Your Fingers Do The Talking
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Sat., Jun 1, 2013
Tony Levinís funk fingers are being made once again. Check out the manufacturerís website here


NIN News
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Fri., May 31, 2013
Trent Reznor talks about his latest projects over in Pitchfork with news that Adrian Belew is guesting on the new album only and not touring with the band as first reported. 


The Power To Believe Covered
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Fri., May 31, 2013
PJ Crook's apocalyptic artwork for The Power To Believe comes under The Dork Report's spotlight. 


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