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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.
Written by Greg MacLean
24 September, 2022
Missing 2001 gigs
Will the missing 2001 shows be added as downloads to DGM, or are those recordings lost/damaged?

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear Greg, Yes these will hopefully be added to the site in due course. They are on DAT tapes, so will need to be transferred. Some are possibly on CDRs, if my memory serves me. Amazing to think it's 21 years ago!
Written by jon vermilyea
19 September, 2022
Syracuse canceled
Looks like the Fripp/ Singleton appearance tonight is canceled due to Covid in the touring party. Get well soon gang!
Written by Chris Inguanta
17 September, 2022
Porcupine Tree
I saw Porcupine Tree at Radio City Music Hall in New York City last night. And what a show it was. First time I ever saw them. It was great to see Gavin again. Also Steven Wilson and the rest of the band were fantastic. The only reason I'm posting about this show is because Gavin is one the Crims and Steven is involved with a lot of KC's 5.1 mixes.
Written by Eduardo Gonzalo Muntaner
14 September, 2022
Happy Birthday
Pat, I admire you so much, awesome drummer, today is your day.
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