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Written by Zigomar Jose Espíndola
09 April, 2021
Sr. Alex (Epitaph - YouTube)
Boa Tarde Alex, estou me perguntando qual seria o motivo de que a música (I Talk To The Wind) em BBC Sessions foi deixada de fora, pois como consta no The Complete 1969 Recordings Disc 26 ela poderia ter entrado também no pacote. Abaixo a relação: Disc 26 BBC Sessions and Trees 1 21st Century Schizoid Man 2 Epitaph 3 The Court of the Crimson King 4 I Talk to the Wind 5 Get Thy Bearings Acredito que é possível que as burocracias do mundo musical não foi autorizado. Estou certo ou errado? Abraço a todos.

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear Zigomar, I think at the time of Compiling the Epitaph box set in 1996, a copy of I Talk to the Wind had not been obtained.
Written by Eduardo Gonzalo Muntaner
09 April, 2021
liquid Tension Experiment 3
A gem, we have Mr. Tony Levin on Bass, and Chapman Stick, impressive work by this band, be careful when you listen to it, because it will shake the place, no, it's a joke, Hugs.
Written by Zigomar Jose Espíndola
08 April, 2021
King Crimson's Epitaph In YouTube
Alex! Parabéns, Parabéns. Agora é a vez dos discos ao Vivo? Espero que sim. Maravilha. Está muito bem bolado isso, estou gostando, já consegui baixar do YouTube os 14. Obrigado Mesmo. Muito bom trabalho. Grande Abraço
Written by Robert Kipp
08 April, 2021
Mie Gakure (Happy EP / 2002): Is there more of this soundscape?
For some reason, this particular miniature soundscape has affected me deeply ever since the release of the Happy EP, and after it was reissued as-is on H&E I was curious what the details are about this track: the EP says "recorded at DGM World Central by David Singleton." So I'm curious if this was just a one-off purposely designed to be added to the EP, or if this is an excerpt from a longer soundscape session? If there were more of this one I'd be ecstatic to here it!
Written by Edward Williams
07 April, 2021
Companion to the 1969 Sessions
Inside the 1969 Sessions was a brief mention of a forthcoming release by that name or something similar. Can you enlighten us as to what this might be?

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear Edward, The Companion is a coffee table book, which is due for publication by the end of the year.
Written by Zigomar Jose Espíndola
07 April, 2021
Outra Informção para o Gabriel
Consta também no disco de 1997 The Night Watch no disco 2, que por sinal são os mesmos discos da Tour Starless em Amsterdam, Netherlands Nov 23th 1973. Ok? Grande Abraço.
LATEST REVIEWS
Written by Robert Girardi
Five Stars!
The band is tight and on point the entire show. Even the songs that I usually skip from this era (Facts, Power, Happy), are played with fire! I am a fan of this four piece lineup. It gives Fripp and Belew plenty of shredding room. The guitars are high in this mix btw. Sweet........
Written by Michael Hackett
Same as KCCC #8?
Is this download in any way different from KCCC #8 (CLUB8)? I haven't checked the timings, but the track listing is the same. It is usually noted when there a CD release for an entry (and a link to the store), which is helpful both to downloaders who have the club edition and to those who might prefer a physical copy.
Written by Gabriel Colucci
Good sound, good show
Good sounding show for an audience recording. The band were definitely having fun throughout. Highlights: Night Watch, The Talking Drum, Larks Part II
Written by Andrew Bradley
Wow
This perhaps shouldn't work as well as it does, but it's stunning. Thanks Stormy for the xenochrony!
Written by ALLAN G OKADA
Super!
Loving this download! Another great synchronization job with the backing loops with lots of detective work to find the loops used in this performance. Typical for performances at the end of the tour, Robert Fripp opted for soloing on top of "various favourites" from prior shows for the most part, having accumulated a bunch of candidates for possible inclusion on what would end up being God Save The Queen/Under Heavy Manners and Let The Power Fall. The last piece is also known as "1983" and if you listen carefully at the beginning I think I can hear Purple Haze as well as a riff from Easy Money in the soloing, as well as the theme from Starless at the end. Highly recommended!
Written by Eduardo Gonzalo Muntaner
Churchscapes with some Heavy stuff from Mr. Robert Fripp.
What you are doing Robert, is beautiful, I wanted to tell you that, Hugs.
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