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The Last Of The New York Heart Throbs
The Last Of The New York Heart Throbs
Robert Fripp
2022
The Last of the Great New York Heartthrobs DGM/Panegyric are a small team preparing a boxed set with over 750 tracks, and regrettably accept that mistakes are made and some discrepancies are inevitable. This annoys, irritates and disappoints us. It is also part of the price we pay for offering an extensive boxed set of 32 discs at an...
Peaches
Peaches
Robert Fripp
2022
Frippertronics at Fort Lauderdale on 10 July 1979. DGM/Panegyric are a small team preparing a boxed set with over 750 tracks, and regrettably accept that mistakes are made and some discrepancies are inevitable. This annoys, irritates and disappoints us. On Disc #27 in The Exposures boxed set, the Frippertronics at Fort Lauderdale on 10...
Starless Solo (Trio Version)
Starless Solo (Trio Version)
King Crimson
2022
Alex Mundy’s latest exploration of the Crimson catalalogue centres upon the closing moments of Red and its final track, Starless. It’s always interesting hearing something so familiar, so deeply ingrained into the fabric of our listening life that it’s almost impossible to imagine it being any other way. By revisiting the multitracks...
Mr Stormy's Monday Selection Vol. 11
Mr Stormy's Monday Selection Vol. 11
King Crimson
2022
Happy New Year, and welcome to Mr Stormy's recent discoveries from the depths of the DGM archive, all added together in this bumper collection. This is the eleventh volume of these wonderful gems, and this collection has some very fine pieces within it. Unearthed treats from the murky, cavernous archives, mostly, in this instance taken from...
21st Century Sailor's Tale
21st Century Sailor's Tale
King Crimson
2022
Taking different points in the King Crimson and Robert Fripp timeline and mixing them together has been something of a specialty of Alex ‘Stormy’ Mundy over the years. This particular reimagining puts Michael Giles and Boz Burrell together with the drum parts of 21st Century Schizoid Man with the bass line of Sailor’s Tale. Alongside...
Bill And John (Improv Asbury Park)
Bill And John (Improv Asbury Park)
King Crimson
2022
This close-up shot of the ‘Flying Brick Wall’ as Fripp once dubbed the Wetton/Bruford team, is a graphic representation of the solidity and simpatico of their playing. In circumstances where the only guide point prior to starting is the guitarist shouting out the key (F, for all you trivia fans), the absolute fearlessness in their approach...
Man With An Open Heart (Alt Take)
Man With An Open Heart (Alt Take)
King Crimson
2022
In January 1983 King Crimson was a band in search of an album. That journey had taken them to CV Lloyde music store in downtown Champaign, Illinois to work on the follow-up to Beat. This early version of Man With An Open Heart has a round-the-campfire intimacy to it. For a split second, you could fool yourself into thinking you were about to...
Easy Money (John And Jakko Duo)
Easy Money (John And Jakko Duo)
King Crimson
2022
Mister Stormy has once again twisted the Crimson time-streams to mix up different times, places, and performances on the King Crimson calendar. What we initially hear is 1973 in London’s Command Studios and Larks’ Tongues quintet but they are quickly joined by Jakko Jakszyk and Tony Levin’s voices on the scat intro from a live performance...
VROOOM (Double Trios)
VROOOM (Double Trios)
King Crimson
2022
“Can we listen?” suggests Bill Bruford at the end of the take of Vrooom. Here’s a deep drill down into the worlds of the Double Trio. Metaphorically speaking, on one side of the room, we have Adrian, Tony, and Pat, while over on the other side, there’s Robert, Trey, and Bill. By isolating the two trios, Alex Mundy brings the listen up...
Cat Food (with Jeremy and Mel)
Cat Food (with Jeremy and Mel)
King Crimson
2022
When Michael Giles, Keith Tippett, Peter Giles, and Robert Fripp started off on take 5 of Cat Food they could have had no inkling that fifty-two years after committing the song to magnetic tape their efforts would be revisited and given additional saxophone and yet more piano from a 2019 show in Cleveland, Ohio. Although Mel Collins was a...
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