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Written by Michael Wilbur-Ham
22 January, 2021
Touring Australia?
The touring plans talk about the possibility of ending the year with a tour to Australia. This is very exciting for me and all the other fans from down under!!!! King Crimson have never played here, though Tony, Pat, Mel and Gavin have all toured Australia before. I hope they can all convince Robert that it's a great place to play as well as to visit and that a tour proves to be practicable. PS - And how do you change your email address at DGM LIVE?

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear Michael, Send me your new address, and I'll do it for you. alex@dgmhq.com
Written by Michael Stubbs
22 January, 2021
MFQM?
Re: Alex Mundy's reply to Edward Williams... 'Working on MFQM', what is that? And, still hoping for the belated release of 37 forms sometime although I recognise that all at DGM are very busy right now (and may I say doing a brilliant job with the 1969 box and the surprise release of the 2020 tour box)!

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear Michael, Music For Quiet Moments Series, Robert's weekly soundscape. Sorry for the abbreviation. David Singleton has just sent me the next two.
Written by Andrew Mather
21 January, 2021
57.59
Just enjoyed time well spent with the BB interview. Always entertaining to hear new slants on well known stories...and of course what a wonderful drummer to listen to.
Written by Zigomar Jose Espíndola
20 January, 2021
BBOOM
Parabéns. Ótimo trabalho. Muito Bom e de ótima Qualidade (já foz o download), Já o havia ouvido mas é bom relembrar os 6 da era 80/90. (FRIPP, ADRIAN, BILL, PAT, LEVIN & TREY). Abraço.
Written by Edward Williams
19 January, 2021
KCCC 49 & 50
To go along with my previous post "Clueless and highly daft" As I slog thu the Crimso catalog something makes me pause and ask this question: In regards to the KCCC where are issues 49 and 50? If there was an announcement I cannot recall. Surely with the break that has been the last year something could have been worked on. Please advise.

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear Edward, No announcements on these as they haven't been worked on yet. We were slightly busy on the 1969 box set for the first half of last year. We have been working on the MFQM series, many releases have been added to the downloads on the site including a couple of bundles, Stormy releases, Vinyl releases,the 2020 tour box, mixing and uploading The Wake of Poseidon multi-tracks and the same for Lizard, plus the day to day running of DGM. We would like to get around to working on those, but we would like to find the right releases to finish the series.
Written by Eduardo Gonzalo Muntaner
18 January, 2021
Robert Fripp Live 1986!
This work is fantastic, I recommend this recording, if you played one way, now you will play another way, guys remember, play on top of the recording following Robert's strings, try to do what Mr. Robert Fripp does, at least 5 hours a day, that's right, when you go out, that's the beginning, Greetings, and enjoy this wonder.
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Written by Andrew Mather
Recalling B’Boom
Do not miss hearing this. If you ever think KC music is not of it’s time then here’s another fine example.
Written by Robert J Hurns
Love the Warner
My wife and I were in third row for this show and the sound was excellent. My first visit to the Warner was in the late 90's to see Penn & Teller. (I had a chance to talk with Penn and he denied being the bass player in The Residents!) I thought to myself "I would love to see King Crimson here." And my wish came true twenty years down the road.
Written by Neal_Grillot
"Play Louder"
I remember is as if it was yesterday, and 47 years later. During one of the quieter moments, a cry comes from the back of the hall- "Play Louder". RF from his perch stops, saunters across the stage to Wetton's mic as plainly states: "If the gentleman would like us to play louder, perhaps he should listen more attentively". RF then strolls back and continues.. Awesome show
Written by Martijn Kluizenaar
X?
Volume Ten?
Written by George Peterman
Beautiful
I've always loved this selection; it's the first soundscape cd that I purchased and still listen, sometimes playing it in class for atmosphere. Some years back a student lost her mother; I gave her this disc as a quiet tribute to her mom. Maybe I should replace it now
Written by Alberto Ballestri
I was there...
...and it was better than described!
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