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Larks' BIg Box Set S
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Tue., Nov 13, 2012

It's come to our attention that a copy of the Larks' Tongues In Aspic big box set is being sold on Ebay for a truly ridiculous sum, claiming that the limited edition is sold out.

While things are indeed heading that way, and that DGM Mail Order has sold out its allocation of the box, there are still plenty of copies of available at a non-gouging price from those nice people at Burning Shed.

Don't give these rip-off merchants on Ebay your trade and save yourself a buck or ten!



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Best Wishes For John Wetton
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Tue., May 26, 2015
John Wetton is recovering after undergoing surgery a statement on John’s website has announced:
On May 16, John underwent surgery for the successful removal of a 1 kilo [2.2lb] malignant mass. John wishes to extend his thanks to Mr Chan and his team. John is also beyond grateful for the wonderful wishes and prayers received. John is recuperating. Messages can be sent via the management office to jw@qedg.co.uk

I’m sure all visitors to this site wish John a speedy recovery.

John is also the featured interviewee on Charles Hazlewood’s exploration of progressive rock on BBC Radio 2 this week.

John’s work with King Crimson, UK and Asia are detailed and he talks about the influence of church music on his musical development , the arrival of technicolor in music (hearing The Beach Boys’ God Only Knows on the radio for the first time), the pros and cons of ubiquity, and the importance of being an aerial when it comes to writing music.

The show is available on the BBC’s iPlayer for another 29 days.
Bill Bruford’s contribution to the show is still available and an interview with  Genesis’ Tony Banks can be found here.


King Crimson In Canada: Tour Tickets On Sale
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Fri., May 22, 2015

Tickets for King Crimson's forthcoming tour of Canada are on sale from today.

King Crimson 2015 dates and venues
Fri 13 Nov      Quebec, QC      Palais Montcalm
Sat 14 Nov      Quebec, QC      Palais Montcalm
Mon 16 Nov      Montreal, ON    Theatre St. Denis
Tue 17 Nov      Montreal, ON    Theatre St. Denis
Thu 19 Nov      Toronto, ON     Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Fri 20 Nov      Toronto, ON     Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Tue 24 Nov      Calgary, AB     Jack Singer Concert Hall
Thu 26 Nov      Vancouver, BC   Vogue Theatre
Fri 27 Nov      Vancouver, BC   Vogue Theatre
Sun 29 Nov      Victoria, BC    Royal Theatre

Following their acclaimed tour of America in 2014, King Crimson returns to active service in 2015. With dates for the UK and Europe already in place for August and September, King Crimson are pleased to announce they will be performing a series of concerts in Canada during November. It will be King Crimson’s first appearance in Canada since 2003.  





KoMaRA Reviewed
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Fri., May 22, 2015
KoMaRA - a new project featuring David Kollar(guitar), Pat Mastelotto (drums) and Paolo Raineri (trumpet etc) - have an album out next month. It's already been reviewed here however, and you can listen to a track and pre-order here.



Here's the press release which gives some insight and background into the album.

KoMaRa’s self-titled debut album is based on a dark, deviant and explicit detective story. It reflects the mysterious circumstances of an abduction and the ultimate demise of the abductee. It’s a NSFW, Rated-R release designed for the open-minded and brave. Unnerving, haunting artwork by Tool’s Adam Jones further underlines the album’s provocative vibe.

The recording is predominantly instrumental, but includes occasional vocals by Raineri, Leashya and Bill Munyon. Equally menacing, incendiary and vulnerable, they serve as interludes to either break or create moods and tension throughout. The album also has moments of light and hope, told through short trumpet vignettes by Raineri.

KoMaRa came together through social media, with Kollar reaching out to Mastelotto on Facebook about potential gigs and recordings. Everyone was mutually intrigued and met up in Slovakia, where Kollar is based, in November 2014.

The trio played gigs across myriad Slavic countries to enthusiastic, open-minded audiences. The group then went on to record in Prague, capturing three long improvisations that formed the basis of the pieces on KoMaRa’s debut album. Acclaimed engineers Bill Munyon and Adrian Benevides also contributed to faithfully reflecting the release’s mercurial approach.

“For me, KoMaRa is the epitome of my belief that great records are like movies,” said Mastelotto. “The best musicians don’t need scripts because they understand the movie is always evolving. That’s the beauty of music, too. It inspires its own script and cinematography in every listener’s head.”
Pat Mastelotto is one of the world’s most celebrated drummers. He has been a member of every King Crimson lineup from 1994 to the present. In addition, he’s one third of Stick Men, a trio with Tony Levin and Markus Reuter. Mastelotto has also collaborated with Steven Wilson, Terry Bozzio, Trey Gunn, Allan Holdsworth, John Paul Jones, and Kimmo Pohjonen.

Slovakian guitarist and composer David Kollar has released nine expansive albums, scored 18 films and worked on many multimedia projects. His last recording, 2013’s The Son, an atmospheric, emotionally-charged effort, received accolades from Guitar Moderne, France’s A Decovrir Absolument, and the Czech and Slovak Radio Head awards. He’s also worked with Eivind Aarset, Gergo Borlai, Bjorn Charles Dreyer and Lenka Dusilová.

Trumpeter Paolo Raineri
takes his instrument and processes it in real-time to create ethereal, otherworldly sounds. The Italian musician combines Scandinavian nu-jazz influences with psychedelic rock, experimental and free improvisation in his award-winning Junkfood 4tet. In addition, he’s performed with Stefano Battaglia, Berserk!, The Blessed Beat, Baustelle, Calibro 35, Nada, and Enrico Gabrielli.


A Cross Stick Men CD
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., May 21, 2015
David Cross and Stick Men have released a CD documenting their recent gigs in Japan. Midori features improvisations as well as tracks from Stick Men and King Crimson back catalogue.



You can pre-order and listen to samples of the album here.

Collusion Will Be Their Epitaph...
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., May 21, 2015
The details of Sony's contract with Spotify has been leaked. Find out more here.


King Crimson Canadian Tour November 2015
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Tue., May 19, 2015
Following their acclaimed tour of America in 2014, King Crimson returns to active service in 2015. With dates for the UK and Europe already in place for August and September, King Crimson are pleased to announce they will be performing a series of concerts in Canada during November. It will be King Crimson’s first appearance in Canada since 2003.  

Born on 13th. January 1969 in the basement of the Fulham Palace Cafe, London, this is the 8th incarnation of King Crimson and features:

Gavin Harrison (drums), Bill Rieflin (drums & keys), Pat Mastelotto (drums & allsorts), Tony Levin (bass & vocals), Mel Collins (Sax, flute), Jakko Jakszyk (guitar & lead vocals) and Robert Fripp (guitar & keys).

King Crimson 2015 dates and venues
please note tickets go on sale Friday 22nd May

Fri 13 Nov      Quebec, QC      Palais Montcalm
Sat 14 Nov      Quebec, QC      Palais Montcalm
Mon 16 Nov      Montreal, ON    Theatre St. Denis
Tue 17 Nov      Montreal, ON    Theatre St. Denis
Thu 19 Nov      Toronto, ON     Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Fri 20 Nov      Toronto, ON     Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Tue 24 Nov      Calgary, AB     Jack Singer Concert Hall
Thu 26 Nov      Vancouver, BC   Vogue Theatre
Fri 27 Nov      Vancouver, BC   Vogue Theatre
Sun 29 Nov      Victoria, BC    Royal Theatre


King Crimson Japan 1981
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Tue., May 19, 2015
There’s a great audience recording of the ’81 incarnation of the group available for purchase. Check it out here. If you already bought the tour bundle to which this has been added then you’re entitled to grab it for free, already!


Happy Birthday Bill
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Sun., May 17, 2015
Happy birthday to Bill Bruford who is 66 today. Although formally retired from live performance Bill nevertheless continues to enjoy a public profile recently discussing Gwilym Simcock's Crimson! at its UK premier at the university in Surrey and an appearance on Radio Two last week.



Cross On The Box
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Sun., May 17, 2015
David Cross is discussing some of his favourite music on the My Vintage show today at 5 pm on Vintage TV (Sky 369, Virgin 343, Freeview 242, Free Sat 505).




Happy Birthday Robert
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Sat., May 16, 2015
Please raise a glass of your favourite brew and sing happy birthday in the direction of Robert Fripp who celebrates his 69th birthday today. It also happens to be Robert's wedding anniversary so congratulations to Robert and Toyah on their special day as well.



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