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    Just picked up the new 4 disc King Crimson box set:

    21st Century Guide To King Crimson Vol 1 (1969-1974)
    the remastering on this set rocks..especially on some of the old
    live stuff thats included

    here is some info on it for those that are interested:

    The aim of The 21st Century Guide To King Crimson is to replace the Frame By Frame 4-CD compilation (1991), taking advantage of technological advances, ten years of additional live and studio Crimsonising, and twelve years of archiving live material. Frame By Frame’s 3 studio + 1 live albums are being replaced by this two-volume 8-CD Guide, a comprehensive overview for new ears of all that is necessary in the Crimson corpus. Old-generation completists might disagree with some choices, but material not included in the Guide is available for new-generation completists, should they wish. The Guide can only exist now that the complete King Crimson recorded work (live and studio) is, for the first time, in one place: DGM; and a place where, arguably also for the first time, it is not being driven to serve the interests of business.

    Robert Fripp
    Wednesday 21st. July, 2004 (edited from the booklet introduction to the set)
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    Drawn from seven studio albums & a wealth of archive live performances, ‘The 21st Century Guide to King Crimson’ outlines the history of one of the most enduring & influential British rock groups. Covering the period 1969-1974, the
    set consists of 2 CDs of studio & 2 CDs of live material. The studio tracks include material from the seminal debut album ‘In the Court of the Crimson
    King’ through to the classic ‘Red’ album. The concert performances feature recordings from just prior to the release of ‘Court of..’ to the next to final concert by the mid seventies lineup in June 1974. All of the music has been digitally remastered, edited & assembled from the best source tapes available. In the case of ‘Court of..’ this is the first time the recently rediscovered original master tapes have been available for CD release. The release is packaged in a fold out book containing the CDs & booklet, housed in an outer slipcase. The booklet features a diary style timeline of the band detailing complete concert listings, recording dates, archive photos, posters, reviews, memorabilia & a new introduction by founder member Robert Fripp.

    Disc 1
    In The Studio: 1969 - 1971
    1.21st Century Schizoid Man
    2.I Talk to The Wind
    3.Epitaph
    4.Moonchild
    5.The Court of The Crimson King
    6.Peace - A Theme
    7.Cat Food
    8.Groon
    9.Cadence and Cascade
    10.In The Wake Of Poseidon (instrumental edit)
    11.Ladies of the Road
    12.The Sailor's Tale (abridged)
    13.Islands (instrumental edit)
    14.Tuning Up
    15.Bolero

    1-5 from 'In The Court of the Crimson King'
    6,7,9,10 from 'In The Wake Of Poseidon'
    8 B side of 'Cat Food' single
    11-14 from 'Islands'
    15 from 'Lizard'

    Disc 2
    Live: 1969 - 1972
    1.The Court Of The Crimson King Fillmore West 14 Dec. 1969
    2.A Man, A City Fillmore East 21 Nov. 1969
    3.21st Century Schizoid Man Fillmore East 21 Nov. 1969
    4.Get Thy Bearings Chesterfield Jazz Club 7 Sept. 1969
    5.Mars Fillmore West 13 Dec. 1969
    6.Pictures Of A City Summit Studios, Denver 15 Dec. 1972
    7.The Letters Plymouth Guildhall 15 Dec. 1969
    8.The Sailor's Tale Jacksonville 15 Dec. 1969
    9.Groon Willmington 11 Feb. 1972
    10.21st Century Schizoid Man (instrumental edit) Willmington 11 Feb.1972

    1-5 from 'Epitaph'
    6,7, from 'Ladies of the Road'
    8-10 from 'Earthbound'

    Disc 3
    In The Studio: 1972 - 1974
    1.Larks' Tongues in Aspic Part I (abridged)
    2.Book of Saturday
    3.Easy Money
    4.Larks' Tongues in Aspic Part II
    5.The Night Watch
    6.The Great Deceiver
    7.Fracture
    8.Starless (abridged)
    9.Red
    10.Fallen Angel
    11.One More Red Nightmare

    1-4 from 'Larks' Tongues In Aspic'
    5-7 from 'Starless & Bible Black'
    8-11 from 'Red'

    Disc 4
    Live: 1972 - 1974
    1.Asbury Park Asbury Park, NJ 28 June 1974
    2.The Talking Drum Pittsburgh, PA 29 April 1974
    3.Larks' Tongues in Aspic Part II Asbury Park, NJ 28 June 1974
    4.Lament Asbury Park, NJ 28 June 1974
    5. We'll Let You Know Glasgow 23 Oct 1973
    6.Improv: Augsburg Augsburg 27 March 1974
    7.Exiles (abridged) Asbury Park, NJ 28 June 1974
    8.Easy Money Asbury Park / Providence
    9.Providence Providence, RI 30 June 1974
    10.Starless & Bible Black Amsterdam 23 November 1973
    11.21st Century Schizoid Man Providence, RI 30 June 1974
    12.Trio Amsterdam 23 November 1973

    1,3,4,7,8,11, from 'USA'
    2,9, from 'The Great Deceiver'
    5, from 'Starless & Bible Black'
    10,12, from 'The Night Watch'
    6, previously unreleased


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    OK, Billm, but what do you think of it?

    This AM...
    BS&T... again... really getting into this it seems...

    Jackson Browne "The Pretender"

    Janis' "Greatest Hits"... ugliest "pretty" voice ever to come out of the female of the species...
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    Originally posted by Tour2ma
    OK, Billm, but what do you think of it?

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    i gave my quick thoughts at the beginning of the post..remastering is great on it..some of the old live stuff was pretty rough on other compilations but they cleaned it up pretty good
    If you are a fan of the band and dont have a lot of the remastered stuff they have released in the last couple years then this is a a great set to get..

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    Thanks... I think all I have ever heard of theirs is "Court of the Crimson King", which I like quite a bit...

    Is their other material comparable?
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    Just about every album was unique..the first two (Wake Of Poseidin and Crimson King) are pretty similar but then they got into thier Lizard/Islands period and got a little jazzier and and little more wacky....it seems every band lineup change pretty much marked a different direction for the band musically
    I dont think I would reccomend this set to someone based on them liking Crimson King alone. The musical direction in the the period between 69-74 changed pretty drastically every few albums

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    Gracias...

    Up for me so far today...

    Big Head Todd and the Monsters' "Sister Sweetly"
    shack's mention of a new BHT as a CD of the year nominee reminded me how much I like this one...

    Blind Melon - self titled
    Bought it for "No Rain" as most did... Rest is very different from that track and OK-ish to somewhat interesting...

    Beach Boys - "Pet Sounds"
    Something has to tide me over until I get "Smile"...
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    Blind Melon - Soup is the one to check out. Nico has some pretty good stuff as well. A great talent tragically cut short.
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    Neil Young-"Harvest" NP
    Next up-
    Hank Mobley-"Thinking of Home"

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    Shpongle - Tales of the Inexpressible :)

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    Snoop Dogg - Rhythm & Gangsta

    Drop it like its hot, or like its a piece of crap, either way

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    Originally posted by DAGLJAM6
    Neil Young-"Harvest" NP
    Just finished "Harvest Moon"...
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    Originally posted by Tour2ma
    Just finished "Harvest Moon"...
    Scary sometimes.....but in a good way

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    Passport - Crosscollateral

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    The Left Banke - "There's Gonna be a Storm"
    A couple klunkers, but also has a lot more here than "Walk Away Renee' " and "Pretty Ballerina" going for it...

    Portishead - "Portishead"
    Not up to the level of "Dummy", but not bad...

    Mott the Hoople - "All the Young Dudes"
    I consistantly foget how great this album is until the first notes hit my ears... another of the 50 or so in my all-time top 20...
    "Hi there... Your friendly neighborhood sadist come to take you for a ride...."
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    I agree on the Mott The Hoople album..good stuff!

    played Santana/McLaughlin-Love Devotion & Surrender on the commute in today

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    Default this thread shall never die

    right at this moment i am listening to:
    Gothica- DJ Rib
    Got MILF- dj wicked (this one is great this guy mixes a ton of older music well worth it for the memories)
    Houses of the mole- Ministry (just saw them live a week ago, what a kick ass concert)
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    Keb' Mo' - Keep It Simple

    IMO the best from the best contemporary blues artist out there. Fire this one up on your SDA's and leave your body, and your worries, behind.
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    BMDP,
    Seems like every gathering I've been to lately someone is spinning one Keb CD or another. Just ordered his self-titled.

    Spent Friday evening listening to Hamilton Loomis at a local club, Cactus Moon. The kid is growing up. Voice has gotten stronger. His guitar work is still astounding. And his stage presense is something to behold.

    Now has what he calls his "little guitar", which is what it is. It's about a half-scale job that was custom made for him in Austin out of walnut by Chip Todd... just gorgeous.


    Spent much of today with my freshly autographed copy of his latest CD, "Kickin' It". Great stuff... his best effort of the three I now own.

    He's been expanding his travels yearly. I definitely recommend you look for him in your area....
    http://www.hamiltonloomis.com/

    Found a small write up on him at AMG... DId not realize he had two CD's prior to the three I own (all autorgraphed) and his first, "Hamilton", was Grammy nominated...
    http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p...bfixqljld6e~T1
    Just ordered it.
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    Cool pic! That's what I call smokin'!

    I'll keep an ear out for the lad.
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    Keb' Mo' - Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues

    Like the blues? Grab this one. From the opening contemporary genius of "Soon As I Get Paid" through brilliantly personalized covers of such blues standards as "Come On In My Kitchen" and "It Hurts Me Too" KM breathes new life and excitement into a true American art form.

    Several tracks are HDCD, all are superbly engineered and mastered.
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    Be Bop Deluxe - Sunburst Finish

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    BMDP,
    Probably won't see Ham your way until late spring or summer (although you will hear him much sooner.... I promise). Spending most of the winter in the south... TX, NM, etc. This spring he's booked a a couple weeks in the UK. and is hoping to add some continent dates as well.
    He did do some East Coast gigs this past summer, and I think it included one Baltimore area date.

    Anyway you won't have to go further than my sig to keep track, but if you e-mail him, you can get on the monthly schedule mailing list.

    Listening wise Monday... After more plays of "Kickin' It"...

    My new, Eric Clapton - "Slowhand", SACD... Thanks, Jesse. The Stereo hybrid track is very nice.

    The Flying Burrito Brother's "Farther Along: The Best of..."
    Have never really been a fan with my only exposure being their "Last of the Red Hot Burritos", a so-so effort, but many say this group is where country rock began, so this was a WTH buy. And it turns out that I am pleased that I made it.

    In addition to some fine, original songs (mostly by co-founders Gram Parsons and Chris Hillman), there are some excellent covers including: "Wild Horses", "Dark End of the Street" and, even the BeeGee's, "To Love Somebody".
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    Keb' Mo' - Keep It Simple

    Can't keep it out of the CDP transport. This one has GOT to be the 2004 Grammy winner for blues.

    (Bruce - go get this!)
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    You know, I don't think I have ever contributed to this thread...not sure why. I work from home and listen to music almost all of the time while working, so here we go.

    Today, so far

    The Smiths - "Rank" (their live CD from the late 80's)

    Tito and Tarantula - Tarantism - For you fans of blues rock you should check these guys out if you don't know them. They rock...did alot of the music for Robert Rodriguez's films "From Dusk 'Til Dawn" and "Desperado..." including the tune that Salma Hayek dances (but unfortunately doesn't strip) to in "Dusk".

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    Lil' Jon and the Eastside Boyz---- Crunk Juice
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    In heavy rotation:

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    Ben Harper - Fight for Your Mind
    Pete Yorn - music for the morning after
    Bob Schneider - I'm Good Now
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    Originally posted by BlueMDPicker
    Keb' Mo' - Keep It Simple
    (Bruce - go get this!)
    Just ordered my 1st Keb... his self-titled... I imagine I'll be getting more.

    Today's line-up...

    Robbie Robertson's self-titled
    Keeps jumpin' back in the player...

    A couple new Arrivals in today's mail:
    Hamilton Loomis' "Hamilton"
    From 1997... 1st release by a very young Ham. Young voice and a little more "showey" on the guitar than he is now. Still, good stuff with nice work with Bo Diddley on "I Know Bo Diddley"... At the end of the song Bo says to HL, "You wanna know somethin'? I'm scared of you..."

    Howlin' Wolf "Bluesmaster"
    Budget label compilation disc. Very good sampler from one of the greats...
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    Audio-filly took the terrorists to see the fat bastard in the red suit, so it's tune time:

    Little Feat - Waiting for Columbus - Remastered
    Keb' Mo' - The Door
    Little Feat - The Last Record Album
    Keb' Mo' - Slow Down
    Papa John Creach - I'm The Fiddle Man
    Jonny Lang - Long Time Coming
    Little Feat - Time Loves a Hero
    Robben Ford & The Blue Line - The Authorized Bootleg
    Climax Blues Band - Gold Plated
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