DGM Live
A huge hearty hamper heaped with healthy helpings of half heard h'archives, Ho Ho Ho! - a third year of treasures unearthed by Mr Stormy, from the murky, cavernous DGM archives, torch in hand, fedora still upon his head. These have previously been offered as MP3s, but now, for your delight and fetishization, they can be suffered in full FLAC quality. Enjoy!

For full details of individual tracks see original listings :

Non Loop Idea IV, Northa Kudasai I Northa Kudasai II, Bill And Pat, Rehearsal, Disciplinarian, Idea Slow Drums Idea Fast Drums, Non Loop Idea V Non Loop Idea VI, Working Through Idea, Keyboard Loop,Non Loop Idea VII,Heaven And Earth,VROOOM,



X chayn JiZ, The Moving Force, Rehearsal 2, Barry And Robert, Hope, Red Lounge, Running Dat 3, Krim Dat 10 Jam, Writing Rehearsal,

If you haven't checked them out already, you can pick up Volume One Volume Two Volume Four Volume Five Volume Six Volume Seven and Volume Eight for your further fetishization!

AUDIO SOURCE: Various

DGM AUDIO QUALITY

AVERAGE CUSTOMER RATING

TRACK
TIME
01
Non Loop Idea IV
02:02
02
Northa Kudasai I
03:55
03
Northa Kudasai II
03:47
04
Bill And Pat
02:17
05
Rehearsal
03:51
06
Disciplinarian
01:13
07
Idea Slow Drums
02:29
08
Idea Fast Drums
01:19
09
Non Loop Idea V
00:26
10
Non Loop Idea VI
00:40
11
Working Through Idea
05:11
12
Keyboard Loop
03:06
13
Non Loop Idea VII
01:31
14
Heaven And Earth
07:45
15
VROOOM
04:14
01
X chayn JiZ
10:10
02
The Moving Force
02:01
03
Rehearsal 2
08:05
04
Barry And Robert
03:02
05
Hope
05:17
06
Red Lounge
02:30
07
Running Dat 3
06:17
08
Krim Dat 10 Jam
07:06
09
Writing Rehearsal
08:53
Written by Kyle Wallace
StormyX3
I have picked up the first 3 of the Stormy complications so far and have been quite pleased with them. I do wish the description for the collected sets included hyperlinks for each track to the original listing so that I could dig up the track by track details a bit more easily as I go through the album. For many of these fragments and excerpts the details would give me a lot more context for when I am listening to. Trying to search for the original listings on the site one by one can be challenging. Musically I fully approve, but my type A personality craves those additional details and context. Eventually I will pick up all of these complications.
Written by Todd S Alcott
Mr Stormy
As someone who’s been following Mr. Fripp since 1979, I’ve collected a fair amount of albums. (315 by my iTunes count.) I just discovered Mr. Stormy’s collections the other day, and they have, against all probability, shed new light on Fripp’s music, becoming a kind of Beatle Anthology of Fripp’s career. More than "outtakes" or "nice live tracks" or "interesting remixes," these carefully-curated collections shine through the Fripp discography like a laser tool, illuminating pieces I thought I knew in entirely new ways. I cannot recommend this series highly enough. I would also like to add my voice to the legions who would like to be able to have digital reissues of the original League of Gentlemen album and the Under Heavy Manners / God Save the Queen album, two albums that were instrumental (sorry) to my falling in love with Fripp’s guitar.
Written by Ogi Rok
King Crimson-Mr Stormy's Monday Selection Vol.1, 2, 3, 4, 5(2010)
 Very impressionable collection! With heart and mind! Must have!  
Written by Martyn Capel
Thanks!
Thanks for releasing this, I also purchased the tour download Flac’s & Fripp & King Crimson ’82 release’s.  I feel like a damn CD pressing plant in Hanover or something.Thanks.
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