David Singleton once again provides a guided tour of this week's KC celebration which tells the tale of Dinosaur...
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KC V Thrak
Gunn's new course
The Financial Times went to take a look at King Crimson’s first night at the Hackney Empire and were impressed by what they saw and heard. Read all about it here.
Mike Dickson who was one of the forces behind the first King Crimson message board in the early days of the internet, Elephant Talk, is giving away an album of classical music performed on his vintage mellotrons.
My thanks to Sean Hewitt for spotting this mistake about King Crimson's stick player celebrating his 70th birthday. Of course, TLev has a little way to go before blowing out that many candles.
It felt like a very significant gig- and very well attended by “the people who influence the people”.
Fripp's opening gig for the Soundscapes Do Dixie series of performances earlier this year has gone live. Check it out here!
Krimson News is currently offering a weedshare download of Sardukar by Prometheus - featuring Pat Mastelotto and Steve Ball - as part of their new podcast.
The bad news: planned ProjeKct 6 shows for July in Japan are not going to happen now. The good news is that the pair are going to use the proposed time to meet up at Ade's place to do some more writing.
Well, you can find out in this article about the Warr guitar featuring our very own Trey Gunn.
Roger LaMay has posted a brief review of Tony’s first night on the Resonator Tour. Tony himself has begun updating his diary with crowd pics and the Asbury Park Press have posted a short interview with the man ahead of his show in their neck of the woods..
To celebrate their 50th anniversary, King Crimson are releasing 50 rare or unusual tracks from the archives. Starting on...
More Fripp on Spotify
Cosmic coincidences of Frippish kind...
This week's 50th-anniversary download
2 archive gigs from 1973
50th-anniversary mix review
5-star for new edition
Tony & KC team watching the stars
KC biog review & extract
There is now a webpage where purchasers can download a correct version of the music that...
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