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Written by Heyd Henry Reyes
20 February, 2024
Seeking for Music Therapists
Hello! I'm currently studying Music Therapy at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh PA. I'd really love to exchange and connect with any others who are developing or are already established in this field. My email address is heyd0and0seek@gmail.com, I look forward to speaking with you!
Written by Alex Durante
20 February, 2024
Question about 1984 KC Tour Dates
I noticed that there were three warmup shows in the U.S. before the bands Japan tour. Any info about these shows? I had always assumed the DVD was actually from that tour was actually from their first show in 1984. I'm curious if anything like Model Man was ever road tested.

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear Alex, I have checked with Hugh, the hero of the digitised paper archive, and he has confirmed to me that the band had played rehearsals in Danville Champaign, which concluded on the 17 April, for them to got and play those 3 shows ahead of going to Japan. There is no record of what they were rehearsing, but I assume it would have been the 3OAPP material, plus back catalogue tracks. From the available bootlegs, and the recordings from Absent Lovers, there are no signs of them playing Model ...
Written by Roger Sañé
19 February, 2024
ProjeKct three / Masque
I apologise for writing the wrong date. Of course I was talking about the 22nd March show at Cactus Cafe. It seems to me that the missing set might be the first one. Track 6 (Masque 6) was recorded in Nashville, I suppose that it was taken from rehearsals. Perhaps the rest of the material that would reach 9 hours could come from these sessions. It would be great to have these rehearsals, like 18/19 February 1998 with P2. Another question. Were there any other rehearsals by P1, P4 or PX? An...
Written by Roger Sañé
18 February, 2024
ProjeKct three / Masque
The available P3 shows last 54min, 46min, 1h25min, 1h27min and 1h26min. Is it possible that there's any other not published material? According to Pat, P3 originally lasted 9 hours, but these shows only reach 6 hours! Is it possible that the 2nd P3 show (24th March, 1999) had 2 sets instead of one? Looking at the available setlist and comparing it to the others, it seems very short. Plus, there isn't a long piece at the beginning. It seems that we currently have just the 2nd set of the show.

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear Roger, According to Sid's notes on the 22nd March 1999,(the second show) there was an ET poster in the audience, who mentioned that they played a second set, which I would have added, had we had it at the time, so yes some material not published. Regarding Pat saying he had 9 hours of material, I can't answer that one, I'm afraid.
Written by Edward Martin
16 February, 2024
Oklahoma/San Diego ‘73
Hello! I was listening to some of the 73 shows that I missed and realized that the San Diego show from June ‘73 appears to be the same show as the one from Oklahoma in April. If you listen to the killingly witty remarks from the audience just after Fripp’s introduction, they give it away. Just wanted to bring that to your attention. Thanks for all your hard work!

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear Edward, Many thanks for the heads up on this. I can only assume that they were added to the site, at very different times to each other. (meaning my memory failed to recognise they were the same) I usually trust the date that come with the bootlegs, as they are usually quite accurate. Sadly not in this case. I'll add a note to the bottom of each page to notify the fact rather than take one down, as we probably will never know what the actual date of this show was/is. Also I think they are ...
Written by Greg MacLean
14 February, 2024
Masque - Pat version
Hi Mr. Stormy, I'd asked a while ago about Pat's alternatives and original titles etc. for Masque (explained at his site: https://www.patmastelotto.com/the-masque). Did you ever receive these from him? The unused cuts and extended versions would be an excellent website release for us ProjeKcts people. Thanks!

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear Greg, We have moved the archive a couple of times since the making of Masque, and we have not finished setting up their final resting place. Pat may have sent them on a CDR or more likely DAT tape, which may take some finding. These were edited (my first major project) and mastered in the PC based SADIE system which we no longer have/use. Getting back to originals may prove difficult. Reading from Pat's site, he sent around 73.41, which we edited down to 52.07. (Leaving 21.34 on the cutting...
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