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Written by Chris Inguanta
23 July, 2024
26th Anniversary of DGM live
I remember the early days, the site was not stable but now it's really solid. My thanks to Robert, David, Mr. Stormy and any other folks I may have missed for making this a reality,
Written by T C DelBen
23 July, 2024
Download Release Dates
Is there any record of when downloads were added to the website? In some instances, I've only been able to find the year for specific releases from other sources.

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear TC, I'm not sure if we know that. If I create a tour and add the dates, this seems to be the default date for any audio which is then added there after. We could add the date the show was added to Sid's description notes moving forward?
Written by Jean Luc Michaud
15 July, 2024
Robert Fripp Canadian Frippertronics tour 1979
Great news, but here are a few corrections that should be applied 1- "LE PRETZEL EN CHAINE" should be written "LE PRETZEL ENCHAINE" ENCHAINE in one word 2- The show of August 9 in the city of Winnipeg NOT WINNEPEG, use Winnipeg instead. THanks and have a nice day.

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear Jean Luc, Many thanks for the corrections, they are now done.
Written by Alan Wilde
13 July, 2024
Robert Fripp August 15-17 1979
I would like to download these dates but there is no link. How can I do that?

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear Alan, These shows will be made available on the 12th of August, very exciting, as it will be 45 years, pretty much to the day of the Canadian section of the tour.
Written by Claas Kazzer
12 July, 2024
Missing Download Button
Dear Alex, I've been trying to purchase the recent Frippertronics shows (Cafe Campus/Bathurst ...) -- but none of them has a "purchase download" button. I tried different browsers too. Could you look into this please?

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear Claas, I am preparing these shows for release on the 12th of August, so although I have uploaded the audio and notes, I'm not quite ready with the download button. Very excited to be adding these to the site, as we have 4 new bootleg releases as part of the Canadian section of the Frippertronics tour.
Written by John Bridger
11 July, 2024
Schizoid Shop Closure
Did I miss something? I didn't realise that the Schizoid Shop is about to close. When is this due to happen?

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear John, I believe it was the end of last month?
LATEST REVIEWS
Written by Koichiro Morimoto
Missing tracks
Unfortunately, the tracks No.4 and No.6 are missing.
Written by Rainer Robles
Good sound quality
Recommended for the sound quality alone. Second of four shows at the Paradise. "Eye needles" is a great version. On this show, "Thrang II" joins "Inductive resonance" and "Dislocated" at the encores section, and what a rendition it is!! The same goes for "Dislocated", specially Fripp's lines during the rhythmic clapping in the middle.
Written by Rainer Robles
Another good show!
First of four at the Paradise. I particularly recommend these renditions of "Minor man" and "Thrang II".
Written by Rainer Robles
Good start!
And so, the LoG began cruising the USA. Wow, a lot of bottle clinking can be heard during the show! But the performances were quite good. In a different area, during "Johnny Brill" some attendees can be heard talking about some of the beats being odd - distracting, of course, but it's nice how the League, not that musically complex, still got them punters into that conversation. Good start!
Written by Rainer Robles
Another good one
This is the poorest-sounding recording of the Canadian tour so far, and it's missing the opening number and starts well into "Trap" - personally, just before my favourite section of the piece ends!! Still, it's great to listen to how enthusiastic the audience was - that yodeling of sorts right before "Boy at piano" got me. And I also liked how Sara and Barry kept on going at the end of "Johnny Brill" - I savoured that extra bar of their textures!
Written by Rainer Robles
Quite good!
Second show by the League in Canadian lands. What caught my attention was that, per Fripp's final onstage announcement, Johnny Toobad had hurt his hand. That would explain why we don't have "Dislocated" as the usual second encore. Sad...
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