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Written by Gregory S Keyes
13 June, 2024
Error in credits
Hi, I just wanted point out a small error in the credits for the Nov 29, 1995 show in Chicago. Tony Levin, Bill Bruford, and P@ Mastelotto are all listed as playing Bass, Stick and Backing Vocals, and no one is credited with drums. I'd love to hear that configuration though!

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear Gregory, Many thanks for the heads up on this error. This has now been amended.
Written by Daniele Virgilio
12 June, 2024
(No) Photos
Hello. I'm asking the follwing question for a research project I'm working at. Are there specific theoretical references (I mean: philosophical or religious literature) on which the refusal to be photographed during a musical performance is base upon? Can you please suggest me any books? Thanks Daniele Virgilio

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear Daniele, I'm not aware of any, There are of course many cases of cultures that have believed a camera could capture part of their soul so would avoid being photographed! How about looking for books that might have that subject matter referenced? If you are referring to Robert in this regard, I think it is probably Robert’s own personal viewpoint after many years of experience.
Written by Eduardo Gonzalo Muntaner
09 June, 2024
Happy Birthday!
Jakko, excellent musician, a big hug on your day.
Written by António Cebola
08 June, 2024
The Day Music Died
Robert's (last?) soundscapes performances were at the World Financial Centre on the 3rd and 4th December 2010 (two on each day). They are already available as downloads from DGMLIVE. The time, the place and the person that brought this music to life echoed Ozymandia's curse, on a personal and societal level - the end on an era: Ozymandias By Percy Bysshe Shelley I met a traveller from an antique land, Who said—“Two vast and trunkless legs of stone Stand in the desert. . .. Near the...
Written by Eduardo Gonzalo Muntaner
06 June, 2024
Happy Birthday!
Tony, I admire you very much! a big hug on your day.
Written by Daniel Bukszpan
05 June, 2024
Will KCCC 49 be available to download from DGM?
Just wondering if there are plans to make KCCC 49 available for download through your site at some point. Other KCCC have turned up there and I was wondering if there are the same plans for this too. Thank you.

Alex Mundy replied:

Daniel, Yes, I'm sure we will sometime in the future.
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