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:: 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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LTIA Voted Best 2012 Reissue
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., Jan 24, 2013
LTIA was voted best reissue of 2012 in Prog magazine readers' poll beating the likes of ELP, Jethro Tull, Pink Floyd and Peter Gabriel. In the same poll, Gavin Harrison was voted best drummer of the year and in what seems to be an ongoing annual occurence, Steven Wilson (who produced the new stereo and 5.1 mixes of LTIA) was voted prog Icon of 2012. Steven is once again featured in this month's edition with an extensive article on his new album, The Raven That Refused To Sing (And Other Stories) which of course features contributions from Theo Travis. 

King Crimson: Never Heard Of Them!
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., Jan 24, 2013
My thanks to HueyDL for pointing me towards this piece in which someone who’s never heard of KC gets to grapple with ITCOTCK for the first time. Check it out here.

Elsewhere on the wide-open savannah of the interweb, a different take on ITCOTCK can be found here.

Fripp In The Guardian
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Fri., Jan 18, 2013
The Guardian are now carrying a correction and clarification to their story that Robert had turned down an invitation to play on David Bowie's forthcoming album, The Next Day. Check it out here. 

Fripp: I Didn't Leak Bowie Album
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Fri., Jan 18, 2013
One of the sites reporting "Robert Fripp Leaked Bowie Secret" is today carrying a correction. Check it out here. 

Fripp Didn't Leak Bowie Secret
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., Jan 17, 2013
Robert Fripp has commented upon the recent news stories circulating on the internet about his supposed leaking of that David Bowie was working on a new album. You can read Robert's response here. 

:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., Jan 17, 2013
My thanks to Wilbert and Spingere who point out that there's a cracking version of NYCNY by Daryl Hall and Seattle outfit, Minus The Bear in the current episode of Live From Daryl's House. The track was featured on Hall's Fripp-produced debut solo album, Sacred Songs but, as Hall explains in the episode, has never been performed live. You can see the whole thing here

The Great Deceiver Circle
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Tue., Jan 15, 2013
On their recent European jaunt earlier this week The Guitar Circle of Europe performed several KC tracks. This is their interpretation of The Great Deceiver. 

Brian Eno Talks
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Tue., Jan 15, 2013
Here's an interesting video wherein Brian Eno talks about creativity and how if you wait for inspiration you might well miss the boat. 

Crimson Kick Off In Canada
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Mon., Jan 14, 2013
The opening date in King Crimson's last North American tour of 1984 has just been made available for download. You grab it here.

The Universal Symphony
:: Posted by David S on Mon., Jan 14, 2013

As Sid has already announced, The Vicar and Punk Sanderson have joined DGM’s ongoing campaign against UMG’s many violations of the King Crimson catalogue (all too familiar to all diary readers).

Punk has taken the "Universal Symphony" emanating from DGMHQ and (with apologies to Monty Python and Bob Dylan) used it as the soundtrack for an unlikely protest video.

Please share with your enemies and even your friends. Perhaps a Youtube hit is what it takes.


Record company breaks contract
Artist breaks wind

How can one small, mobile and not-very-intelligent unit fight the blast-door of lawyers that protect the world’s largest media company?

Many musicians and artists have faced the same problem, but few have worked their butts off quite like this to find a solution - fart outside the offices of their nemesis and post the video on YouTube.

Punk Sanderson, author of a series of semi-fictional exposes of the music industry, has filmed his protest: Fart For Your Rights! 

Punk Sanderson, author of a series of semi-fictional exposes of the music industry, has filmed his protest: Fart For Your Rights! “It’s like the Occupy Movement, only smellier. We’ve called bankers, politicians and ‘phone-hackers to account – now it’s time for major record labels. They trample over musicians’ rights and rather than owning up and offering fair settlement, reach for expensive lawyers. It would cost over £300,000 to fight them in the courts – who’s got that kind of money?

So, armed with a battery of slogans - “Fart For Farts Sake,” “All You Need Is Wind,” “With A Little Fart From Your Friends” - the intention is to encourage Dinosaur Inc to own up, get ethical and improve business practices.

“The major record labels are happy enough chasing college kids who infringe their own copyrights. This campaign blows them towards taking their own copyright abuse seriously. Any artist can join the protest, get the iFart app on their ‘phone, and blast away in meetings with their record label. Or just trigger it anyway. We are on the scent of something big.

All Punk’s found-sounds are of organic origin.

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