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    Hopefully their Japanese tour with Mel Collins will be featured on a CD just like the one with David Cross was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave (in MA) View Post
    Hopefully their Japanese tour with Mel Collins will be featured on a CD just like the one with David Cross was.
    https://stickmen.bandcamp.com

    glad you asked........two shows with mel collins from 2017. not sure on CD release, but will be available digitally on July 21.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenticus View Post
    not sure on CD release, but will be available digitally on July 21.
    There was a mention of a Japan-only CD pressing. So if it follows the Midori pattern, we may get a repackaging in this hemisphere in another year and a half.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spiral View Post
    There was a mention of a Japan-only CD pressing. So if it follows the Midori pattern, we may get a repackaging in this hemisphere in another year and a half.

    I'm certainly hopeful.
    No humor please, we're skittish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hobo Chang Ba View Post
    I'm certainly hopeful.
    Maybe available in time for the live gigs next month?

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    They are great live,and I will see them again if they come through my area, very powerful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eporter66 View Post
    They are great live,and I will see them again if they come through my area, very powerful.
    not sure where in "upstate ny" you are, but they are stopping at the VanDyke in Schenectady on Aug 12 (and i've got my tickets )

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenschwartz View Post
    not sure where in "upstate ny" you are, but they are stopping at the VanDyke in Schenectady on Aug 12 (and i've got my tickets )
    And at The Waiting Room in Buffalo NY, Aug 29
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    Quote Originally Posted by kenschwartz View Post
    not sure where in "upstate ny" you are, but they are stopping at the VanDyke in Schenectady on Aug 12 (and i've got my tickets )
    Saw them at the Van Dyke last time through.....thanks, I'll be at this show too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenschwartz View Post
    not sure where in "upstate ny" you are, but they are stopping at the VanDyke in Schenectady on Aug 12 (and i've got my tickets )
    And the night before the Van Dyck show I expect all of them to be in Woodstock with Adrian Belew
    http://colonywoodstock.ticketfly.com...tto-woodstock/

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    I've got my tickets to see the Stickmen on Saturday, August 26 in Ottawa.

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    ^ that's a pretty small picture, but it appears as if the trend held! Any time frame in terms of release?
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    Moonjune will have it on their Bandcamp next week. it'll also be available on the Stickmen tour.
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    ^ Wonderful news! Thanks for the heads up
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    Just got notice from Bandcamp that there's a new consolidation of the two Stick Men shows from Japan with Mel Collins that are available for download into one 2CD compilation, on CD, LP, and download. Since the download costs the same as buying downloads of the two shows, I'm wondering how good an experience this compilation will be.

    https://stickmen-moonjune.bandcamp.com/album/roppongi

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    Mel Collins: bad for King Crimson, bad for you.
    ... “there’s a million ways to learn” (which there are, by the way), but ironically, there’s a million things to eat, I’m just not sure I want to eat them all. -- Jeff Berlin

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    Just got notice from Bandcamp that there's a new consolidation of the two Stick Men shows from Japan with Mel Collins that are available for download into one 2CD compilation, on CD, LP, and download. Since the download costs the same as buying downloads of the two shows, I'm wondering how good an experience this compilation will be.

    https://stickmen-moonjune.bandcamp.com/album/roppongi
    A compilation?

    The image of the back of the CD seems to show the same 18 tracks as the whole download, and the same 9+9 tracks as the individual downloads.

    As an aside I have to say they've really stepped up the quality of their artwork lately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom View Post
    Mel Collins: bad for King Crimson, bad for you.
    Wrong and wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom View Post
    Mel Collins: bad for King Crimson, bad for you.




    The Letters / Sailor's Tale >>>>> Tom and his inane posts
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave (in MA) View Post
    A compilation?

    The image of the back of the CD seems to show the same 18 tracks as the whole download, and the same 9+9 tracks as the individual downloads.

    As an aside I have to say they've really stepped up the quality of their artwork lately.
    I guess they confused me by unnecessarily identifying which performance the versions of Level 5 and Prog Noir are from, and by unnecessarily selling the download of the combined set (since both were already available for download).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom View Post
    Mel Collins: bad for King Crimson, bad for you.
    Huh. That's interesting.

    Anyway, I ordered this.
    I want to dynamite your mind with love tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom View Post
    Mel Collins: bad for King Crimson, bad for you.
    Welcome to PE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by helix View Post
    The Letters / Sailor's Tale >>>>> Tom and his inane posts
    I like "A Sailor's Tale" just fine. It does feel somewhat like a prototype version of the Larks' Tongues songs, but still good in its own right. I'll be mildly disappointed if they don't play it.
    ... “there’s a million ways to learn” (which there are, by the way), but ironically, there’s a million things to eat, I’m just not sure I want to eat them all. -- Jeff Berlin

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    Welcome to PE!
    Thanks. It seems I'll soon be a fugitive from the surprisingly numerous (i.e., plural!) defenders of "The Letters". If I slag off "Cat Food" I'm done for...
    ... “there’s a million ways to learn” (which there are, by the way), but ironically, there’s a million things to eat, I’m just not sure I want to eat them all. -- Jeff Berlin

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