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A Winner Writes...
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Sun., Apr 15, 2012

Rick Mascarini was the winner of our recent Pat Mastelotto Recidivate competition and here he is with his prize...



Rick writes "I arrived home yesterday (Friday 13th of April) from another long business excursion to find my "prize" having arrived while I was on the road. The picture was taken w/ my now trusty iPad 2 along with the P@ music playing from the same said device.  Wonderful that I can travel and have these gems playing on headphones while sitting in airplanes. Thanks again for the contests and I'm very proud to be a lucky winner!"


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Crimson Covered
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Mon., Apr 7, 2014
As Asia release a new album, Gravitas, Asia featuring John Payne is about to issue a covers album including a rendition of Court Of The Crimson King. Check out which other numbers are included over here. 


Having Your Cake...
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Sat., Apr 5, 2014
Spotted on twitter, Crim fan Chris Barron has posted a pic of his birthday cake. "Tasted gorgeous too" Chris remarks.




The Road To Red At Home 35
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Sat., Apr 5, 2014
Emanating its eerie presence, we see The Road To Red at an undisclosed location in Europe, brilliantly captured in all its malevolent glory by Henk-Jan Eras...



The Road To Red At Home 34
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Sat., Apr 5, 2014
My thanks to Roger in Fontenay sous Bois, France for sharing The Road To Red in rather spacious surroundings with lots of friends to keep it company...



On This Date...1969
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Sat., Apr 5, 2014
Barry Godber had been busy constructing and painting a couple covers to augment Michael Giles' twin bass drums, and on this date in 1969, took them to the basement of the cafe on Fulham Palace Broadway where Crimson were rehearsing.

This is one of the few colour photographs of the fiery eyes adorning the drumkit and was captured when the remnants of the original King Crimson mimed Cat Food on Top Of The Pops. The occasion also marked the last time Godber's augmentation to the kit were seen in public.




Mmm Bacon
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Fri., Apr 4, 2014
My thanks to Neil Forker for this pic. Never mind cigarettes, ice cream, figurines of the Virgin Mary - try this...



I'll Drink To That pt 42
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Fri., Apr 4, 2014
My thanks to Tony Isch for this pic which speaks for itself.



You can order your very own LTIA glass here

Gavin In Print
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Fri., Apr 4, 2014
Gavin Harrison has a new book about to fly off the shelves. Rhythmic Composition features transcriptions of his work on Porcupine Tree material.



Find out more details here.

Fripp & Eno On Vinyl
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., Apr 3, 2014
After our Fripp & Eno April Fool story earlier in the week, the news that this month sees the reissue of classic Fripp & Eno titles on vinyl for the first time in nearly 30 years, is no joke.  Both No Pussyfooting and Evening Star are issued on 200-gram super-heavyweight vinyl from newly cut artist-approved masters. You can pre-order from Inner Knot (No Pussyfooting / Evening Star) or if youíre in Europe, Burning Shed (No Pussyfooting / Evening Star). You can also take a sneaky peek at one of these handsome chaps played over on the blog


It Was On This Date In 1995
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., Apr 3, 2014
Thrak, the eleventh studio album by King Crimson, was released on this date in 1995.



Looking back at the reviews in the press at the time, the reception to the first proper KC album in over ten years was very positive indeed. Mojo observed "While some of Frippís bouts of axe mayhem are not recommended for the aurally sensitive, Thrak is a powerful and inspired comeback." Vox magazine reckoned that the album featured KCís "finest aggregation in ages...itís simply top-notch King Crimson on sparkling form; the title cut itself blows the competition out of the water".

Even the of Crim skeptic Rolling Stone had only good words for the team concluding in its three-star review that "The potential of King Crimsonís renewal is most fully realized with the grinding close of "VROOOM VROOOM" and its coda, in which the band twists the themes of the opening piece into so much bent metal. Itís the artful abandon of these final moments that bode best for the longevity of this egghead-banging outfit."

What are your memories upon hearing the album for the first time? Who remembers ringing the special telephone number that allowed you to hear snippets of the album down the line? How has the album stood up in the intervening years? Let us know on the guestbook.

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