Sept 1, 2004 Ex Uno Plures

This track is now available for download as part of a bumper collection of Mr Stormy's Monday Selections - his first year of random romps through the murky, cavernous DGM archives, torch in hand, fedora upon his head.

Here’s an outtake of the never-quite-sounded-like-this variety.[endtease] It dates from Crimson’s rehearsals back in September 2004 – a ProjeKct XL (L for Levin, folks) if you will. Knitted together by Pat Mastelotto with close encounters of the Bill Munyon kind, it quickly gets in an expansive groove. Given the way it was constructed the Ex Uno, Plures title (literally "From one, many) is exceedingly apt.

Pat recalls “It was from our second get-together with TLev at Adrian’s place with Ken (Latchney) recording stuff. I took a copy and dived into it ala ProjeKct 3. Bill and I worked on these jams on and off for a several months and then took a break. Time marched on and a year or so later I went back to it but the drive wouldn’t open. I tried two different LaCie housings, and even gave it to an E-session tech pal but nobody could get it to boot, and so it got put back on the shelf.”

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Ex Uno Plures
02:53
Written by Waen Shepherd
Beautiful
Music just pouring like raindrops from their fingers
Written by Conner Hammett
Mesmerizing
More than three years later, and I’m still charmed and entranced by this three-minute gem. Who knows where this incarnation of KC might have gone? A full CD’s worth of these sessions is still at the top of my list for most-wanted DGM Live downloads/KCCC releases.
Written by Joel Sabin
More, please!
This track just came up while "shuffling". I don’t think I ever played it back when it was released as a "hot tickle" - had to look it up to see who was on it. Wow, it would be a treat if something more in this direction was created & recorded.
Written by David Mendoza Diaz
That's the Way gays!!!
Thanks for work like that and in that way to those energy that we like it....don’t yoke..you are beautifull.....como to Mexico ..please....
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