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    All Music All the Time

    Lately I've found myself listening to Charles Mingus at Antibe over and over again.
    Lots of live King Crimson.
    Practically anything written by Edgard Varese.
    The Piano Works of Eric Satie, Aldo Ciccilini
    Meddle, Pink Floyd
    Side two, Da Capo, by Love--a precursor of the jazz-rock fusion to come.
    Hey, I really like a Saucerful of Secrets and The Piper at the Gates of Dawn--where else can you find a title like Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun?

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    which live king crimson and where did you find them.i have almost all of the cd's and 2 dvds;
    neal jack and me
    de ja vroom
    in the court of the crimson king-1/2 speed master,japan pressing, regular pressing,24 bit cd,regular cd
    wake of poseidon
    starless and bible black
    red
    islands
    larks tongues in aspic
    lizard
    dicipline,japan pressing cd
    thrak
    a young persons guide to king crimson
    i would love to hear about any other stuff especially dvd thats out there.as you probably guessed the period with sinfield ,macdonald and the dicipline era are my favorites

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim campbell
    which live king crimson and where did you find them.i have almost all of the cd's and 2 dvds;
    ...
    i would love to hear about any other stuff especially dvd thats out there.as you probably guessed the period with sinfield, macdonald and the dicipline era are my favorites
    See - http://www.disciplineglobalmobile.com/shop/
    and http://www.dgmlive.com/

    If you keep an eye on the DisciplineGlobalMobile store, all the fripp/crimson stuff comes available over time - I bought the whole series in mini-LP format when Fripp remastered them a few years ago - and there is a the Crimson Collectors Club series of "official" cleaned-up bootlegs that come available there from time to time.
    2ch: Oppo, JoLida 502CRC, JBL L212, 18ti,240ti; Heath AS101, Von Schweikert VR4
    7.1: Oppo BDP103D, B&K, UREI 809A, JBL B460

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    thanx a bunch heather,i will look into that.

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    Live Crimson

    Quote Originally Posted by jim campbell
    which live king crimson and where did you find them.i have almost all of the cd's and 2 dvds;
    neal jack and me
    de ja vroom
    in the court of the crimson king-1/2 speed master,japan pressing, regular pressing,24 bit cd,regular cd
    wake of poseidon
    starless and bible black
    red
    islands
    larks tongues in aspic
    lizard
    dicipline,japan pressing cd
    thrak
    a young persons guide to king crimson
    i would love to hear about any other stuff especially dvd thats out there.as you probably guessed the period with sinfield ,macdonald and the dicipline era are my favorites
    You may already have these, but there is a two-disk live collection called
    Cirkus, vol. 1--Neon Heat Disease, 1984-1998
    Cirkus, vol. 2--Fractured, 1969-1996,
    and there is this interesting collection:
    Heavy ConstruCktion--3 disks,
    and, of course, my all-time favorite,
    Absent Lovers, live in Montreal, 1984.
    And, finally, Heather's links are where to find a lot of good stuff, such as the 20th Century Guide to King Crimson, which features both live and studio stuff.
    I've had good luck acquiring the live performance cd's in a used music emporium here in Maine called Bullmoose Music at a fraction of the normal price--evidently, kids buy it, don't like it, and trade it in. Their loss has been my gain.
    As you say, the Discipline era was, in many ways, the most inventive and interesting in this band's long history--Tony Levin is one of my all-time favorite bassists--but it's all good!

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    Some good music i been listening too

    sonny landreth -awsome bluesy slide thing
    the radiators - the yankee ones not the aus band of the same name
    david gray - cool vocals
    perpetual motion by bela flek - classical banjo,chello ,violin
    enigma - ambience +

    all pretty cool stuff
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    oh and u might have a laugh ian
    but im chasin a "frente" cd atm

    i know but i like their style and sound!
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    morbo! Glad to here there's another Sonny Landreth fan here....gimme a little tube amp,a small club,and let's make'em scream...Give me live music anyday...

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