link December 30, 2007
Written by aborig
Where is the FLAC? May 11, 2007
Written by SoftCorrea
Donít have FLAC file this venue?
Robert and Theo February 5, 2007
Written by sergegirard
Thanks Robert and Theo,
Please more of this! Canít wait for the complete session to be released. Iíve always been a fan of the both of you and now together. Many thanks!
All the best from Serge
A door opens January 24, 2007
Written by sqeele
This is a beautiful accomplishment in spontaneous composition. Thanks to both gentlemen for a fabulous musical achievement. - S.
Fantastic! January 23, 2007
Written by Progressive_Soundscapes
What an amazing piece of music. I have been a fan of Theoís for quite a few years now. (And of course it goes without saying a fan of Mr. Frippís for far longer than Iíd care to admit.) But if youíre not familiar with Theo Travisí work, I highly encourage you to seek it out. His ambient project cds that he records under the name Cipher are simply magnificent. I originally stumbled across Theo on the work he did with Porcupine Tree a few years ago, and then the countless other progressive rock projects he was involved with. Heís done some really great stuff on those cds. But his ambient stuff is truly beautiful. He just released his 3rd Cipher cd called Elemental Forces on the Burning Shed label. Definitely worth checking out.
Robert and Theo January 23, 2007
Written by Wilbert
In One Word: WONDERFUL!!!!!!!!!
Robert more of this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Promising January 23, 2007
Written by mstudden
Finding this little gem while browsing for more live goodies to buy was a very pleasant surprise.
The way it builds and swirls, towards the end of the piece I couldnít help but insert, mentally, the odd angular drum phrase with a percussive bass part, instantly followed by a great storming cascade of chords, a mellotron sweep and weíre off.....
...but then I have had íLarkís Tonguesí on the hi fi this afternoon!
This sounds to me like very promising territory.
Haunting and Beautiful!!! January 23, 2007
Written by LouieB
I never heard of Theo Travis before until I heard this improv. This reminds me a bit of Tangerine Dreamís early work back before they became a full-on synth band.
Very atmospheric and soothing. Haunting yet beautiful.
Hereís hoping that weíll be hearing more from this dynamic duo. Maybe a full CDs worth, perhaps? I certainly hope so.
Interesting Directions January 23, 2007
Written by emmapeelfanclub
A fascinating little improv - nice to hear Robert playing with a flautist again and creating a rather moody and sombre piece that has bags of atmosphere and some tension.
Thanks for sharing this so soon after its conception. Once again, this is the beauty of DGM Live - allowing us to hear new music or work in progress shortly after its creation. I certainly hope to hear more from this interesting session.
Sublime January 23, 2007
Written by thainmlh
Sublime, controlled, atmospheric... this is an amazingly skilled improvisation...
...there is magic hear...
I hope to here and purchase more.
Hammer Horror January 23, 2007
Written by vrooom
The random aphorism on the page when I visited this Hot Tickle was:
"Tomorrow" is the first lie of the Devil."
This is quite pertinent as I think this little snippet sounds as if it could be lifted from a Hammer horror movie from the early 1970s and I mean this in a good way. The track is atmospheric and quite spooky. It is good to hear RF working with new people.