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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 "it’s 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 ’our’ 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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Champaign-Urbana 1983
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Mon., Feb 25, 2013
Today's download finds Crimson in 1983 in the midst of a writing rehearsal for what would eventually become their third and final album of the 1980s. Originally available as KCCC21 you can download it here. 

Belew's In NIN
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Mon., Feb 25, 2013
As previously hinted at a couple of weeks ago, Adrian Belew will be touring later this year as a member of Trent Reznor's Nine Inch Nails

Sixto's SA Troubles
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Mon., Feb 25, 2013
My thanks to Jeff Truzzi for this link about another musician having royalty troubles. 

App Builder needed.
:: Posted by David S on Fri., Feb 22, 2013

Many years ago, before this current site existed, The Vicar put an appeal for a web builder in his diary – and Eric Anderson, heroic architect of DGMLive, responded. The next step now beckons: the launch of Apps. We therefore begin a similar search for the right App builder.


We have been approached by several App builders in the past whose driver is primarily professional. Anyone with a familiarity with King Crimson, The Vicar or DGM will know that the professional impulse alone will not carry you to success here. DGM needs an App builder, one who is familiar with the ethos of DGM, who would like to undertake an honourable piece of good work, hard and fun, for which they will receive almost nothing, and perhaps a pitiful something eventually. If this rings your bell, please be in touch (dgm@dgmlive.com)

Wine Of Silence Giveaway
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., Feb 21, 2013
There's an opportunity to grab yourself a free copy of Robert Fripp's orchestral soundscapes album The Wine Of Silence in the latest DGMLive giveaway. As if that wasn't enough, the lucky winner will also receive a copy of Andrew Keeling's new book, In The Shadow Vol 2.

All you have to do to get your hands on this wonderful two-for-one prize is to tell me how many Musical Guides To King Crimson Andrew has published in book format to date. If you're not sure you can find a clue here.

Send your answer in an email marked WINE to competitions@dgmlive.com. The winner will be plucked from the fickle fedora of fate on Wednesday 27th February. You can read All About Jazz's view of the recording here and take a peek at my take on The Wine Of Silence over on the blog.

Larks' Tongues Listening Party
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., Feb 21, 2013
DGM Live's webmaster-in-chief, Eric, is holding a listening party in honour of LTIA.

Eric writes: "What is your first and/or endearing memory of Larks’ Tongues in Aspic? Share it with the world!

I’m hosting a private party on Saturday, March 23 celebrating the 40th anniversary release of Larks’ Tongues in Aspic. It will be a grand affair and the exciting part is that most of the guests have never heard this album.

So there is an added sense of danger!

In the run-up to the event I’m inviting folks of a Crimson persuasion to contribute their memories of this remarkable album and period in Crim-history to the
following tumblr blog.

Thanks in advance for sharing!


Eric the Wonder Bee

PS, if you live in Oregon and are interested in attending the event, use the following link to
request an invite. "

If anyone else is hosting a celebratory listening party for LTIA please let us know and we'll give you a shout-out.

Singleton Sings
:: Posted by Stormy on Tue., Feb 19, 2013
The last two Stormy introduced tracks from Songbook #1 are here

Pat Plays Ringo!
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Sun., Feb 17, 2013
Following in the footsteps of Greg Lake, another Crim gets to work with Beatle drummer, Ringo Starr.

Pat is in Australia where he's been touring with Chrysta Bell but has found time to do some extra-curricular tub-thumping with Ringo's All-Starr Band. Taken from Pat's Facebook page he writes "Last night with Ringo All Star Band (R to L: Todd Rundgren, Gregg Bissonette behind Richard Page (my mr mister brother), Ringo!, me on Ringo's kit, Mark Rivera, Steve Lukather , John Farris (INXS), off to left Gregg Rolie (Santana)-- photo by Scott Ritchie. Peace & Love."

Gavin Harrison's Desert Island Drums
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Sun., Feb 17, 2013
Gavin Harrison has been discussing his favourite drumming albums with the folks at MusicRadar. 

Stick Men Extracts
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Sat., Feb 16, 2013
Tony Levin has posted some extracts of the forthcoming Stick Men album, Deep. You can listen to them here. Nude Ascending Staircase was also featured in a recent podcast over on the blog. 

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