October 17, 2001


Last year saw the 30th anniversary of WISHBONE ASH, and on April 22nd, 2000 the band played the special concert at London’s Shepherds Bush Empire, which is released on DVD and VHS now. They covered material both old and new plus presented acoustic renditions of favorites, and the attendants witnessed the guest appearances by ASH’s former guitarist Laurie Wisefield and Claire Hamill on vocals.

The set list on the release is as following:
Real Guitars Have Wings, The King Will Come, F.U.B.B., Ballad Of The Beacon, Errors Of My Way, No Joke, Strange Affair, Living Proof, Blowin’ Free/Bad Weather Blues, Phoenix, Come In From The Rain/Vas Dis, Hard Times.
Also there’s a bonus feature: Wonderful Stash video and photo album.

As of remixed “Argus” release mentioned before, the date is set and it’s March 2nd, 2002.


DEEP PURPLE’s Ian Paice immersed himself in a various DVD projects. Not to mention Paul McCartney’s “Live At The Cavern” to be out soon, there’s a work going on on a DVD documenting Paice’s appearance on August 4th at the Abbey Road Studio 3, where the drummer jammed with his old friends Miller Anderson and Colin Hodgkinson and recorded two tracks with working titles “Paicesetter” and “Dustbins”. With emphasis on the drumming aspect, there will be never before footage material presented of Paice in his PURPLE and WHITESNAKE days.

And there will be more of Paice, as the PAICE, ASHTON, LORD DVD release confirmed. It contains two-hour live performance and the “Lifespan” documentary.


KING CRIMSON fans have the opportunity now to get hold of a double CD compilation from concerts in Mexico City and New York recorded in 1996. The Mexico show was previously available only for download, while the Broadway concert could be purchased by the Crimso Collectors’ Club members only. Robert Fripp called it “an opportunity for the wider world to get lucky and Crim-out. Revisiting this difficult band I find it interests me more today than it did at the time, and at the time I found it very interesting. And exasperating. And irritating. And impossible. And quintessentially Crimson. It was a messy conglomerate of exceptional, exuberant, experienced and energetic talent… and those are only words beginning with “E” this time.” And here it is:

CD One:
Metropolitan Theater, Mexico City

August 2-4, 1996
2. Coda: Marine 475
3. Dinosaur
4. B’Boom
6. The Talking Drum
7. Larks’ Tongues In Aspic (Part II)
8. Neurotica
9. Prism
10. Red
11. Improv: Biker Babes Of The Rio Grande
12. 21st Century Schizoid Man

CD Two:
Longacre Theater, New York City

November 20-22, 24, 25, 1995
1. Conundrum
2. Thela Hun Ginjeet
3. Frame By Frame
4. People
5. One Time
6. Sex Sleep Eat Drink Dream
7. Indiscipline
8. Two Sticks
9. Elephant Talk
10. Three Of A Perfect Pair
11. B’Boom
13. Free As A Bird
14. Walking On Air

October 17, 2001

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