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Written by Kent Rieger
13 April, 2021
New live release by current band?
Hope all are staying healthy! Was listening to Meltdown live in mexico the other day and realized that that is the most recent full-length (well in that case, compilation) show released by the active band, and it was released in November 2018, which feels like a lifetime ago! Know with lockdowns and the 1969 box that there’s been much busy-ness but with the possible 2021 tour is it expected that there will be a “new” live release out to pair with that? And/or perhaps the documentary? Inquiring curious minds! All the best!

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear Kent, We will announce any future releases here on the site and through social media.
Written by Rob Pilkington
12 April, 2021
Box Set Futures
Good Day! While still working thru (listening to) the existing box sets I have to ask, is there anything left in the vaults to share with us that may be on the horizon? Thank you for the MANY, MANY hours of musical enjoyment, historically/chronologically well organized presentation, reflection of each of the musicians contribution and end result to the music, and quality of product.

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear Rob, Any news of future boxed set releases will be announce here on DGMLive.
Written by The Prog Father
12 April, 2021
Birmingham Band
When Toyah said that Sunday's cover would be a Birmingham number, I knew it wouldn't be Sabbath because we've already had them. So I guessed either UB40 or Dexy's, the latter most likely because of more scope for vocals. I reckoned on either Come On Eileen or Geno. I was wrong! I had forgotten about Judas Priest!! thank you. However, I'm sure Wilfripp-Jake could do a pretty good Ska or Two Tone cover. I live in hope.
Written by Roger Sañé
11 April, 2021
Youtube channel
Looking at DGM Live Youtube channel, it seems that "A man, a city" from Epitaph Disc 2 is missing as a single video, despite appearing in a 17-video playlist. Is the link hidden?

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear Roger, We have noticed this issue, and are looking into it, thanks for pointing it out.
Written by Andrew Bradley
11 April, 2021
MFQM - heartfelt thanks
A very simple thank you to Robert and all at DGM for this series. It’s helped me through these strange times and has been the soundtrack to my early mornings every day for the last 50 weeks.

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear Andrew, You will be able to enjoy two more MFQM releases, as it was decided to go to 52.
Written by Eduardo Gonzalo Muntaner
09 April, 2021
Scape From Argentina
I remember this work, I was with my cousin, and it amused me, because he told me what a good orchestra, I said no, it's Robert Fripp with his guitar, I remember that the whole concert didn't tell me anything, he just looked at Robert, and when I finished the concert, the only thing he said to me was, amazing, it's Robert Fripp, cousin, it's Robert Fripp, Greetings to all.
LATEST REVIEWS
Written by Andrew Bradley
Wistful
This has the wistful feeling (and similar soundscape program) to the under-appreciated November Suite album. That one is so restful, I've probably never heard the last couple of tracks. The the thing that I can only describe as the "musical train going over points very gently" sound, that you also hear in this one, is utterly hypnotic.
Written by Robert Girardi
Five Stars!
The band is tight and on point the entire show. Even the songs that I usually skip from this era (Facts, Power, Happy), are played with fire! I am a fan of this four piece lineup. It gives Fripp and Belew plenty of shredding room. The guitars are high in this mix btw. Sweet........
Written by Michael Hackett
Same as KCCC #8?
Is this download in any way different from KCCC #8 (CLUB8)? I haven't checked the timings, but the track listing is the same. It is usually noted when there a CD release for an entry (and a link to the store), which is helpful both to downloaders who have the club edition and to those who might prefer a physical copy.
Written by Gabriel Colucci
Good sound, good show
Good sounding show for an audience recording. The band were definitely having fun throughout. Highlights: Night Watch, The Talking Drum, Larks Part II
Written by Andrew Bradley
Wow
This perhaps shouldn't work as well as it does, but it's stunning. Thanks Stormy for the xenochrony!
Written by ALLAN G OKADA
Super!
Loving this download! Another great synchronization job with the backing loops with lots of detective work to find the loops used in this performance. Typical for performances at the end of the tour, Robert Fripp opted for soloing on top of "various favourites" from prior shows for the most part, having accumulated a bunch of candidates for possible inclusion on what would end up being God Save The Queen/Under Heavy Manners and Let The Power Fall. The last piece is also known as "1983" and if you listen carefully at the beginning I think I can hear Purple Haze as well as a riff from Easy Money in the soloing, as well as the theme from Starless at the end. Highly recommended!
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