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Written by Eduardo Gonzalo Muntaner
21 January, 2020
Exposure
Exposure sessions are excellent, it's nice to be listening for hours and hours, very good, Regards.
Written by Gustavo Ernesto
21 January, 2020
The Schizoid Man and the Crimson King
What do you think would have happened if Belew did become the 9th member of King Crimson? 3 guitarist and 2 main singers? Maybe they would have done songs ala Gente Giant with them singing to things at the same time, like with 21st century Schizoid Man or Easy Money, one of them singing the original lyrics and the other singing new lyrics in between or like the new edit of Cadence and Cascade, the two of them taking turns to sing. Or in Discipline, why not a duel among the three guitarist, each one teaming up with a drummer to attack the other duos? Or a Hell Hounds of Krim type composition for the guitarist? Or to give some variety to the dates, why not one day with Jakko being the principal singer and the next day Belew? Now that's an interesting "what if?" Maybe later, maybe never. On the meantime, I'm holding my breath for this year activity,since the King already blew my mind last year, I have no doubt that it will do it again.
Written by Gustavo Ernesto
21 January, 2020
Above and Below
Searching information to a guitarist called Friedman on Facebook (and of course, I misheard the name and wrote Frippman) I found a publication made by Robert Fripp on the third of September of 2017, saying Belew agreed to be KC 9th head. I always thought it was just a "dude trust me" fact, something people just made up. What happened? With the last member, we know the reason was that he wanted to take a break but I have never seen anything about Belew. Was there ever an official statement of why that didn't happened?

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear Gustavo, I'm just taking a stab at this, so bear with me. When Bill originally took a break a replacement drummer/keyboardist was required, so on board came Jeremy. When Bill returned, the band now had a dedicated keyboards player, and still required 3 drummers. I can only assume that the band doesn't require 3 guitarists and two main vocalists at this time. The 9th head waits in the wings.
Written by Michael Zeck
17 January, 2020
BD Disc 23 Starless and Bible Black Box Set
Dear Alex, unfortunately I have got a faulty BD Disc 23 in this amazing Box set and would be grateful if you could send me a replacement disc. Much obliged! Best wishes Michael

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear Michael, We're on it. I have forwarded your details to our colleagues in Poland for a replacement disc.
Written by Zigomar José Espíndola
15 January, 2020
Mister Alex!
Muito obrigado pela informação. Vou ver se consigo achar o KCCC47, pois o 48 já tenho. Vida Longa ao King Crimson. Vida Longa a DGM. Grande Abraço

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear Zigomar, Club 47 is available here https://shop.schizoidshop.com/king-crimson---cc---live-in-argentina-1994-2xdvd-a-p1285.aspx
Written by Zigomar José Espíndola
14 January, 2020
KCCC 47, 48, 49 e 50
Boa Tarde Mister Alex! Gostaria de saber se há possibilidade de lançar os KCCC 47, 48, 49 e 50? Para completar os 50th anniversary, seria ótimo. Grande abraço.

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear Zigomar, Club 47 already exists in the form of a collectors club special edition DVD-A. King Crimson live in Buenos Aires 8th October 1994 and Club 48 also exists as a single CD King Crimson live in Newcastle 8th December 1972, this has also just been added to the site for download. No decision has been made for 49 and 50 as yet.
LATEST REVIEWS
Written by Guillermo Jorge Linossi
Impecable
Impresionante concierto, he visto muchos grupos de Rock pero los dos de Crimson que vi son algo mágico, especial.
Written by Lauren
The Source for The Power To Believe IV
After some careful listening to this show and comparing, I’ve discovered the credits listed in the original TPTB booklet (and indeed even that of the new Heaven & Earth box set) have gotten the date wrong for the scapes that make up TPTB IV. It does in fact not come from the 7th, but rather the day before, this show. Starting from around 11-12 minutes into Improv VIII and especially after a careful listen to TPTB IV, it becomes very plainly obvious that this show is the source (meaning someone at DGM has gotten the date wrong in various booklets for nearly 20 years now). Aside from that, fantastic output, always been a dream of mine to eventually hear the full unedited soundscape it was sourced from.
Written by Robert Jordan
This is for everyone that came last time
What I recall from this show was Adrian saying, ''This is for everyone that came last time,'' or something to that effect. KC played an extra long set to make up for the fact that lightning hit a transformer the previous year just before the show and it was cancelled.
Written by Leslie Heifner
What was old is new again.
I was already well familiar with Frippertronics when I made an exciting vinyl purchase at Amoeba records in San Francisco back in 2008, and my mind was further blown. Judging by the packing, I was hoping to slide open the sleeve and see an EG "for promotional purposes only" sticker. But I had a bootleg. Cheers for the opportunity to purchase an official, definitive copy. What fun.
Written by Bruce Bubier
The Holy Grail of Frippertronics releases.
I've been asking for this to be released since the early days of DGMLive. I got a cassette of the first house in September of 1978. It's been a constant companion for 40 (gawd, can it really have been forty) years. This show takes me places no other music ever has. Absolutely my all-time favorite Frippertronics show. And now, with the second house also officially released (with much better sound than the lousy boot I acquired in the mid 1980's) what a wonderful Christmas present. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
Written by Jonathan Block
Frippertronics: The Earnest Young Man Year
Fantastic. Just buy it and reimagine the live debut of Frippertronics. Have fun picking out the bits that ended up on Exposure.
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