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The Death of the Collector's Club

Do you buy the King Crimson Collector's Club releases? Share your thoughts on them here.

Re: The Death of the Collector's Club

Postby steven on Mon Jun 07, 2010 2:37 pm

Thank you, Diderot. I wonder if it will ever come out....
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Re: The Death of the Collector's Club

Postby Indyrod on Mon Jun 07, 2010 7:46 pm

diderot wrote:
steven wrote: (...) Did I miss out, or are they out of numerical order for some reason?

Yes. In a previous newsletter, maybe a couple of months ago, DGM said the next release would be Club 43 due to manufacturer issues with Club 42.

Maybe they sent the wrong master to factory and didn't want to edit the booklet or they were already printed...


Club 43 looks like another total waste of time. Does anybody remember what CC42 was supposed to be, I can't seem to find it anywhere, not just DGM, but anywhere.
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Re: The Death of the Collector's Club

Postby steven on Mon Jun 07, 2010 8:15 pm

It was 1982 studio out-takes IIRC. Bearsville sessions comes to mind. Now that I think about it, I wonder if I really want it...hmmmmm. The Beat era is my least favorite version of KC, and I HATE the live stuff with that crappy phase shifter on "Red".
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Re: The Death of the Collector's Club

Postby diderot on Tue Jun 08, 2010 4:06 am

According to last Club release, Club 42 will be "Studio Sessions - 1983". Beat era or ToaPP era?

Anyway it seems the death of CC as some releases don't appeal to some of us.
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Re: The Death of the Collector's Club

Postby Geno on Wed Jun 09, 2010 7:09 pm

Looks like the latest DGM newsletter mentioned #42 - they say they skipped it, but it'll show up in coming months.
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Re: The Death of the Collector's Club

Postby vrooom on Wed Jun 09, 2010 8:02 pm

It's not dead, it just smells funny...
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Re: The Death of the Collector's Club

Postby Fred Zappelin on Sat Jun 19, 2010 3:18 am

OK, I was wondering what the deal was with #42 too, which interests me. 43 looks like more of the same, think I'll pass. 2 double CDs from '95(LA, NYC) is enough. To top it off, at the same time they're putting out a retail "Collectable KC Vol. 5" which is the Japan '95 (Deja Vrooom )show, on 2 CDs. Don't think I need that either. Maybe later when it pops up used on amazon.
The CD buyers really get shit on compared to the choices for DGM live(which I stll haven't bothered with). I guess maybe I have enough live KC to last a lifetime.
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