Having found a reel of loops in the DGM archive, engineer Alex Mundy set about doing a little detective work comparing the loops with a bootleg recording from one of the shows from 13th June 1982. “I was able to confirm from listening to both that the bootleg I’d been sent was from the first of two performances.” Once again Alex has performed heroic acts of sonic endeavor, in reuniting Fripp’s solos from the bootleg with the pristine loops. You’ll hear the tumbling lines from Easter Sunday on Loop III And Solo. Alex has added the loops from the second performance of the evening to this download. The brittle clamour of Loop I from the second house is especially gripping as Fripp advances broad investigative lines in several directions. There’s no soloing but the nine minutes stand up in their own right. “There were three more loops on the reel I found which I believe are from the WOMAD event at Shepton Mallet in July.” These will be processed and made available at a later date.