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Written by Jose Francisco Correa Caro
05 March, 2021
MFQM 45
Download not works! I've trying two times and only left to my three times.

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear Jose, and other with this issue. Very sorry that this has arisen. We are looking into it. I will let you know when we have sorted this problem.
Written by Martin Coldrick
05 March, 2021
A "romantic" revelation...
I'd just like to echo what Holger says below - the Mastelottos' Romantic Guide... is really VERY good. They're not "just" cover versions, but proper re-interpretations without losing either the spirit or, importantly, the TUNES of the original. And they are clearly done with "love" - which is, of course, appropriate! Heartily recommended - I've had it on repeat play for several days now!
Written by Holger Pätsch
04 March, 2021
Romantic Mastelottos
@ everybody - Do yourself a favour and listen to The Mastelottos "A Romantic's Guide To KC" - utterly brilliant!
Written by Roger East
04 March, 2021
U.K. Mastermind
This message is for evereyone in the U.K. In next weeks TV Times it says that one of the specialised subjects on Mastermind is King Crimson. This is on BBC2 on Monday March 8th at 19:30. Please post here if you get them all right. Best wishes to all, Roger

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear Roger, Thanks for the heads up. The link to the programme is here. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000t1tz
Written by Eduardo Gonzalo Muntaner
02 March, 2021
Happy birthday
Michael, happy belated birthday, hugs, King Crimson, Always.
Written by Eduardo Gonzalo Muntaner
02 March, 2021
A Romantic's Guide To King Crimson
Pat and Deborah, listen to the work they did, it is excellent, your voice Deborah, puts an excellent touch to the songs, it is to listen to it and listen to the songs of King Crimson, a big hug for both of you, thank you for this beautiful work.
LATEST REVIEWS
Written by Holger Pätsch
See above (below?)
Just what Jerry Smith has written - I though have the (dis)advantage to understand German - most of what is being describd as "chatty" is one very discontent person who disses KC halfway through all the quieter bits - especially The Sheltering Sky he refers to as "grausam" (horrible) and "fürchterlich" (dreadful) - gladly KC is loud enough most of he time to drown him out. One other person actually says "wir müssen dann nachher noch Genesis ertragen" (We'll have to endure Genesis later on.) - wtf? Why has he even been there? I like these boot recordings - they always give a distinctly different aural perspective. This is not the best I've heard, but surely interesting.
Written by Paul Whitsett
A Phenomenal Night
The band was really on fire from the start this show. Too bad about the acoustics of the room but the download is warm and inviting in all the right ways. Virtuosity and inventiveness constantly bubble forth from the performance and it rages throughout. Pat is truly playing like a man possessed tonight and the rest of the band feeds off his energy. Highlights: Too many to count Negatives: None Buy this download in FLAC and treat yourself! This is amazing stuff!
Written by ALLAN G OKADA
Attendee account relayed
In conversation with Carlos Casares Pelaez, an employee of show presenters Gay (Mercader) & Company, he had this to say when asked to recount any memories of the event... "People expected to hear King Crimson and it ended up in chaos". This is further substantiated by an article written by Peter Leay for Enovations newsletter in 1975, which reports that someone was motivated enough to throw a tomato at the duo! Carlos also recalls that "several strange films" were projected during the performance. When asked to describe them further he said "I remember the horse in a house burning", which would be a reference to Malcolm LeGrice's Berlin Horse short film. He goes on to state that he remembers another one that depicted "a constant reflection of the Sun on the water". This additional film projected is of unknown origin. It may or may not be another film created by LeGrice, but certainly would have been thematically appropriate for the music presented.
Written by Carlos OLIVIERI
Narcis Sala...
Average quality sound because of recording devices...
Written by Andrew Mather
Recalling B’Boom
Do not miss hearing this. If you ever think KC music is not of it’s time then here’s another fine example.
Written by Robert J Hurns
Love the Warner
My wife and I were in third row for this show and the sound was excellent. My first visit to the Warner was in the late 90's to see Penn & Teller. (I had a chance to talk with Penn and he denied being the bass player in The Residents!) I thought to myself "I would love to see King Crimson here." And my wish came true twenty years down the road.
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