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    Progman Cometh 2002 Highlights Posted

    Over on the Phil Miller tribute site, Herm has posted highlights from the Seattle Canterbury Scene festival that Phil participated in twenty years ago.
    https://philmillerthelegacy.com/musi...-seattle-2002/
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    Nice music.
    It looks as though the download is broken ��*♂️
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    Well, if Herm's link isn't working you can always go over to therealglass.bandcamp.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcarlberg View Post
    Well, if Herm's link isn't working you can always go over to therealglass.bandcamp.com
    For the sake of accuracy, Herm's son Kyle is the one involved in the technical stuff. There must be an issue with the name of the Zip file that I'm unable to fix because I don't know what he called it, I've notified Kyle that there's a problem, he'll look at it when he can.
    Calyx (Canterbury Scene) - http://www.calyx-canterbury.fr
    Legends In Their Own Lunchtime (blog) - https://canterburyscene.wordpress.com/
    My latest books : "Yes" (2017) - https://lemotetlereste.com/musiques/yes/ + "L'Ecole de Canterbury" (2016) - http://lemotetlereste.com/musiques/lecoledecanterbury/ + "King Crimson" (2012/updated 2018) - http://lemotetlereste.com/musiques/kingcrimson/
    Canterbury & prog interviews - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdf...IUPxUMA/videos

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    Yeah, the link takes me to an "uploads" folder and displays a "403 Forbidden" error. I suspect Kyle needs to move the zip file to a "downloads" folder with permissions....

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    I haven't looked at the Phil Miller Legacy site for a while, there have been many cool music additions.
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    Download link corrected.
    Calyx (Canterbury Scene) - http://www.calyx-canterbury.fr
    Legends In Their Own Lunchtime (blog) - https://canterburyscene.wordpress.com/
    My latest books : "Yes" (2017) - https://lemotetlereste.com/musiques/yes/ + "L'Ecole de Canterbury" (2016) - http://lemotetlereste.com/musiques/lecoledecanterbury/ + "King Crimson" (2012/updated 2018) - http://lemotetlereste.com/musiques/kingcrimson/
    Canterbury & prog interviews - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdf...IUPxUMA/videos

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    Thanks Aymeric!

    Quote Originally Posted by markwoll
    I haven't looked at the Phil Miller Legacy site for a while, there have been many cool music additions.
    Literally TONS. Literally!!

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    Download works if you change the folder name to "Canterburied in Seattle 2002.zip" to extract with Express Zip. However tracks 1-3 are missing...download starts with track 4.
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    Quote Originally Posted by progcd54 View Post
    Download works if you change the folder name to "Canterburied in Seattle 2002.zip" to extract with Express Zip. However tracks 1-3 are missing...download starts with track 4.
    As far as I'm concerned, the download works fine if you just click on the download link, and the Zip folder can be uncompressed by just, again, double clicking on it. But that depends on which unzipping software you use, I guess.

    However you're right about the missing tracks. I've asked Kyle to look into this. Obviously the folder I sent him had all the tracks, and indeed the missing tracks can be heard using the player on the page itself, so I'm not sure what happened there, but we'll correct that ASAP.
    Calyx (Canterbury Scene) - http://www.calyx-canterbury.fr
    Legends In Their Own Lunchtime (blog) - https://canterburyscene.wordpress.com/
    My latest books : "Yes" (2017) - https://lemotetlereste.com/musiques/yes/ + "L'Ecole de Canterbury" (2016) - http://lemotetlereste.com/musiques/lecoledecanterbury/ + "King Crimson" (2012/updated 2018) - http://lemotetlereste.com/musiques/kingcrimson/
    Canterbury & prog interviews - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdf...IUPxUMA/videos

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    Hold on to your hats, ladies and germs, because the Progman Cometh festival from the following year (2003) is about to be released (on PhilMillerTheLegacy.com and Bandcamp).

    Unlike 2002, this one is all Canterbury: Phil Miller, Hugh Hopper, Elton Dean, Richard Sinclair, Fred Baker and Alex Maguire. We are posting the ENTIRE show, nearly three hours of music. The Canterbury lads play duets and trios and quartets, changing personnel almost every song as the mood strikes them (the planning beforehand was... thrown out the window).
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Progma...an_Cometh_2003

    Included with the download will be a literal ton of photos by the event's official photographer, Erik Poulsen.

    In short, this package is nirvana for Canterburyphiles like myself. I can't wait to see it out in the world.

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