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Written by Ramon Esteban Caselles
04 October, 2022
King Crimson at 50
In addition to the WORLDWIDE STREAMED/DIGITAL EVENT – 22 OCTOBER, are there plans to release the film in blue-ray? Thanks and congratulations

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear Ramon, This taken from the news item on the site "A BluRay/DVD release and larger box set will follow, with never before seen live performances of the band, outrageous outtakes and hours of unreleased additional footage."
Written by Eduardo Gonzalo Muntaner
03 October, 2022
Careful With That Axe
Robert, it changes everything for you, without words, a big hug.
Written by JOSEPH W SHELBY
01 October, 2022
on the diary post from Washington/Annapolis, 10/1/2022
A consideration - the "space" between notes is not necessarily just in the matter of time, as in, say, the perceived gap between two 16th notes on a line. It is also the interval between those notes. Silence, in his context, is therefore at least two-dimensional. If it was implied that it also had a third dimension, what would it be? How would or should we recognize it? My first thought of an answer would be perhaps the space between the performer and the listener, and that is how a musical event could be considered as something more than the notes on the page, which clearly being a 2-dimensional page, can only describe the intervals of the pitches and give guidance to the gap between the notes. This would be a question I would ask if I was in Annapolis tonight. But I can't be, because reasons, so there we are.
Written by Kilian Lee
01 October, 2022
"God Save The Queen / Under Heavy Manners" & "Let The Power Fall" streaming?
I was just wondering if there are any plans to add these latest standalone RF re-issues to streaming sites anytime soon?

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear Kilian, Yes we do plan to add these releases to streaming services, but at this time we don't have specific release dates in mind.
Written by Vinícius Santos
29 September, 2022
Settle a discussion
Hello Mr. Mundy, i think you could help me settle up a discussion i'm having with a friend. They told me the Town Hall concert from March 05, 2003 is actually on Beacon Theater, on November 15, 2003. Maybe you could tell us which date is the correct one, and explain them some of the inconsistencies on the setlists. Thanks in advance for your time and patience.

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear Vinícius, Your friend may well be right, or not. I've had this discussion recently. These shows were on CDR's and the only info on the discs was written in felt pen......New York, but it was in the spindle of CDR's from the Spring touring. I have been sent a bootleg video claiming to be 5 March, and if that's the case then the set list is different. It's difficult for me to move shows from tours now that they are bundled together. This could mess up the downloads in peoples accounts. I could add on the show notes that we are not quite certain of which date this is.
Written by Bruce
27 September, 2022
Change password
A very uninteresting, but nevertheless important feature of the website that I cannot find. Could someone kindly point me to it, please? Thank you, Bruce Mitchell

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear Bruce, If you log out of your account and then click on forgot password, you can reset/change it that way, not ideal, but it works.
LATEST REVIEWS
Written by Chris Inguanta
Hauntingly good and mellow
Nice interplay between Robert and Trey. I enjoyed this nugget from the archives.
Written by Rainer Robles
Can't get enough
I just can't get enough of the additional guitar! It gives the piece a whole different colour. Even if I can see why it wasn't included on the album, like, the lead guitar is better off alone considering the drama of the previous sections, as a stand-alone piece I love this mix.
Written by Rainer Robles
Top
The bass absorbs the listener from the start and leads the way throughout the first half of the piece. Then after things change around the 7:00 mark, there are so many textures one can pay attention to that it's hard to believe that 10+ minutes have flown by when the track ends. One of the double trio's best to these ears!!
Written by Rainer Robles
Unique
Peter Sinfield wrote lyrics for the first four Crimso albums. Greg Lake sang on the first two. Sometimes, I imagine how "Formentera lady" or the title track from Islands would have sounded with Greg's voice. However, the songs on Lizard don't make me feel like that - definitely there's something unique on this material! My favourites are "Cirkus" and the title suite; and the latter is so thrilling that it doesn't feel like it lasts for 20+ minutes. A great album, though not the best point of entry for a new listener, ehehehe.
Written by Rainer Robles
Great alternative!
Probably my favourite version. Highlights include Bruford's slit drum, which brings the "Sheltering Sky" reference full circle; Tony playing open B strings; and Adrian's "Yeah" before the last chord kicks in.
Written by Rainer Robles
Slow Thrang
I can hear a (slowed down) bit of "Thrang Thrang Gozinbulx III" around the 2:00 mark, and Barry Andrews' solo at 6:00 is quite funny to me. Not bad at all!
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