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« Reply #540 on: April 25, 2024, 01:09:04 PM »

And the 6th of September?  It's Roger Waters' birthday...  Grin
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« Reply #541 on: April 25, 2024, 02:41:09 PM »


The sixth of September?

If I'm still alive by then, I'll consider it.

That's a ridiculous wait.


It is a bit.
Perhaps he needs the money to produce them.
Probably it's to tie in with some live dates or something.
I preordered, though more out of habit than excitement.
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« Reply #542 on: April 25, 2024, 08:33:40 PM »

I've just been reading an interview with Mel Collins, who is working with Jakko Jacszyk on a re-release of A Scarcity of Miracles with outtakes etc, AND new material involving those two, Tony Levin, Gavin Harrison, (possibly) Pat Mastelotto and Robert Fripp. Mel refers to this being King Crimson material and says KC is "not dead yet". Interesting...
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« Reply #543 on: April 25, 2024, 08:58:24 PM »


I've just been reading an interview with Mel Collins, who is working with Jakko Jacszyk on a re-release of A Scarcity of Miracles with outtakes etc, AND new material involving those two, Tony Levin, Gavin Harrison, (possibly) Pat Mastelotto and Robert Fripp. Mel refers to this being King Crimson material and says KC is "not dead yet". Interesting...


Hmmm.  Well, ASoM is the only new material (most of) the last lineup put out (13 years ago!) so it's KC in all but name.  I can't see Fripp stepping back into the beast fully though...can you?
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« Reply #544 on: April 25, 2024, 09:07:16 PM »

Mel doesn't mention live shows, just recordings - he avers that there will be 2 separate releases - the revised/expanded ASoC and the new (KC) material.

RF seems to be enjoying treading the boards with Toyah again this year, but another KC touring/live iteration?  As TLev, P@ and Mel will be busy with Stick Men, Tu-Ner and Dire Straits Legacy gigs respectively this year and next, I agree - I think not.

I guess Robert and Toyah are involved with the remastered/remixed Sunday All Over The World album due this year, and he with any remaining live releases from the 2014-21 era.

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« Reply #545 on: April 25, 2024, 11:57:01 PM »


I can't see Fripp stepping back into the beast fully though...can you?


He was quoted last year as saying he made more money from touring with Toyah, together with their YouTube channel than with KC. So no, can't see that. (Wouldn't have thought he needs the money, but his back seems pretty shite so his future touring days are limited, it would seem)
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« Reply #546 on: April 26, 2024, 08:33:15 AM »



I can't see Fripp stepping back into the beast fully though...can you?


He was quoted last year as saying he made more money from touring with Toyah, together with their YouTube channel than with KC. So no, can't see that. (Wouldn't have thought he needs the money, but his back seems pretty shite so his future touring days are limited, it would seem)


Why do you say that?  Because he sits down, or some other reason?  He's been playing sitting down virtually all his career...
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« Reply #547 on: April 30, 2024, 09:10:10 AM »




I can't see Fripp stepping back into the beast fully though...can you?


He was quoted last year as saying he made more money from touring with Toyah, together with their YouTube channel than with KC. So no, can't see that. (Wouldn't have thought he needs the money, but his back seems pretty shite so his future touring days are limited, it would seem)


Why do you say that? †Because he sits down, or some other reason? †He's been playing sitting down virtually all his career...


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« Reply #548 on: May 09, 2024, 07:23:14 PM »

It turns out that if you pre-ordered Gilmour's new album, you had a chance to register for priority access to tickets for his shows at the Albert Hall.

Prices ?

£84.50 to £277

  Shocked also hospitality packages starting at £515 for individual seats in the Stalls and the Arena, and box hospitality priced between £2750 and £7140.

Someone has posted on the replacement for the now ceased Yeeshkul site, a ticket for the Empire Pool shows for the Animals tour in 1977.
£4.25, which, they say, is '(drum roll...) £28.29. (actually, it's a bit less because I had to put in £5).'

David has apparently announced he will play no 1970's Floyd material.
So, maybe some Sixties and post Rog stuff, and maybe some material from his first two solo albums, which would have been fine by me, but somehow I don't think I'll be going this time.

Touts allegedly selling tix for £2,300...

(Not even if it includes a full body massage and extras from Polly Samson.)


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« Reply #549 on: May 09, 2024, 07:34:06 PM »


It turns out that if you pre-ordered Gilmour's new album, you had a chance to register for priority access to tickets for his shows at the Albert Hall.

Prices ?

£84.50 to £277

 †Shocked also hospitality packages starting at £515 for individual seats in the Stalls and the Arena, and box hospitality priced between £2750 and £7140.

Someone has posted on the replacement for the now ceased Yeeshkul site, a ticket for the Empire Pool shows for the Animals tour in 1977.
£4.25, which, they say, is '(drum roll...) £28.29. (actually, it's a bit less because I had to put in £5).'

David has apparently announced he will play no 1970's Floyd material.
So, maybe some Sixties and post Rog stuff, and maybe some material from his first two solo albums, which would have been fine by me, but somehow I don't think I'll be going this time.

Touts allegedly selling tix for £2,300...

(Not even if it includes a full body massage and extras from Polly Samson.)





And to add to that, the one track already released from the album is Gilmour by numbers - ponderous, lazy and dull.  Rock and roll has eaten itself.  Just say no peeps.
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« Reply #550 on: May 09, 2024, 11:23:52 PM »

I just noticed my badly executed cut and pate job - caused by posting and cooking at the same time.

In case anybody can't figure it out, the 1977 show ticket cost £4.25.
This is £28.29 in today's money - based on a fiver, because the programme couldn't deal with £4.25.


And yes, David's new song - Pay The Piper or whatever it is - is not very lively.
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« Reply #551 on: May 10, 2024, 08:22:51 AM »


I just noticed my badly executed cut and pate job - caused by posting and cooking at the same time.

In case anybody can't figure it out, the 1977 show ticket cost £4.25.
This is £28.29 in today's money - based on a fiver, because the programme couldn't deal with £4.25.


And yes, David's new song - Pay The Piper or whatever it is - is not very lively.



£24.04 according to the Bank of England inflation calculator, but then it could be argued they do have an active interest in minimising inflation calculations...
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I just noticed my badly executed cut and pate job - caused by posting and cooking at the same time.

In case anybody can't figure it out, the 1977 show ticket cost £4.25.
This is £28.29 in today's money - based on a fiver, because the programme couldn't deal with £4.25.


And yes, David's new song - Pay The Piper or whatever it is - is not very lively.



£24.04 according to the Bank of England inflation calculator, but then it could be argued they do have an active interest in minimising inflation calculations...


Governments and NGO's having a vested interest in falsifying statistics ? Nah...I can't see that.... Wink
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« Reply #553 on: May 10, 2024, 06:41:21 PM »


I just noticed my badly executed cut and pate job - caused by posting and cooking at the same time.



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« Reply #554 on: May 10, 2024, 07:05:03 PM »



I just noticed my badly executed cut and pate job - caused by posting and cooking at the same time.



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« Reply #555 on: May 24, 2024, 11:54:11 AM »

https://www.acidjazz.co.uk/product/the-modern-jazz-folk-ensemble/

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« Reply #556 on: May 28, 2024, 05:53:13 PM »

Sandy's daughter Georgia has posted on (the Sandy Denny page) Facebook that the "big" 19CD box set is to be (re-)released; Georgia will post more details in due course...
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Sandy's daughter Georgia has posted on (the Sandy Denny page) Facebook that the "big" 19CD box set is to be (re-)released; Georgia will post more details in due course...


Damn. There goes my pension!  Grin

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« Reply #558 on: May 28, 2024, 05:57:56 PM »

If they add another disc or similar, I am NOT buying it again!  Roll Eyes

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« Reply #559 on: May 28, 2024, 06:11:20 PM »

Dread to think what the price of a reissue would be , but probably it will be less than the £900+ I see occasionally on ebay for originals
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