First, a shout out to King Crimson and their quite successful half-a-century celebration tour. I am glad to have flown over to join my brother for our sixth tour together, the last two on two continents. It was quite a bonus that this line-up grew even beyond its initial greatness such that that development alone became something worth writing letters about. Not only that, but after who knows how many tours, the kconcert experience has managed to evolve the smoke & gadget-free aspect into something seemingly devoid of the accompanying lament of tours past, finally developing into an atmosphere that you can just about take for granted. With what follows I intend no judgement on Kent's original idea, for that is what might inspire others to do what Peter suggests, which is laudable. For those of you out there without a generic audio editing program, I recommend, Audacity, a free, open source program with which one can do the stitching. Already more than a decade ago, as the plethora of live tracks were accumulating at a breakneck pace, having been painstakingly rendered ravingly good by Dr. Stormy Mundy, I pieced together a great rendition of "Larks' and the Like" — basically at that time live run-through of I – IV. That work was child's play, and copying & pasting snippets and solos isn't significantly more challenging and is also kind of fun.