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Name: Jose
E-mail address: s.j.closs@leeds.ac.uk
Comments:Good to see PjS is alive and seemingly well in at least 2 dimensions. Maybe not of interest, but Still was the 2nd album I ever bought - accompanied by Under the Sky autographed a year early (73). Long may lyricism live.
Sunday, December 22nd 2002 - 11:08:00 AM
Name: Maurice Cloud
E-mail address: maucloud@earthlink.net
Comments:And to our honey-throated bringer of questions, a Christmas of peace, pencils, and un-clouded hearts . . . Merry Christmas Peter.
Saturday, December 21st 2002 - 05:49:14 PM
Name: Dave
E-mail address: dave.southall@virgin.net
Comments:Beautiful site. I feel as though I've just stumbled into another world. Now to explore further...
Saturday, December 21st 2002 - 04:14:18 AM
Name: Mike
E-mail address: Mike@themail.com
Comments:Well, as I live and breathe. Which are more important to me, my lungs or my heart? Peter and Jon, "May you stay forever young".
Saturday, December 14th 2002 - 03:42:06 PM
Name: Jim
E-mail address: jim@trump.net.au
Comments:Great page to find, I have been looking for something like this years. My first experience of KC & ELP was all those years ago 1969, also had a copy of the blue album, alas gave it to my first love; silly move, "still" have the pink version though and "still" CD. reading these thoughts on the first four is amazing as these are the ones I believed were the finest works of Sinfield and Fripp along with PFM "Photos". "Under The sky" is always with me. If you read any of these comments Peter, Yes there are some like me in the land of oz (tasmania to be exact) that are very appreciative of your contribution to sanity (or insanity depending on who you talk to).
Thank you,
Thursday, December 12th 2002 - 04:28:05 PM
Name: Julián
E-mail address: a_de_machu_picchu@hotmail.com
Comments:I'm really interested in the dreambook. Your work is excellent. I'll comment about it again, after reading it. Keep on like that, man!
Wednesday, December 11th 2002 - 09:38:01 AM
Name: David
E-mail address: David898@yahoo.com
Comments:Hello, super site, best wishes.
Saturday, December 7th 2002 - 12:08:20 PM
Name: rishineti
E-mail address: rishineti@hotmail.com
Comments:what can i say that's not already been said? Fantastic site!A labour of love for sure!
Monday, December 2nd 2002 - 06:49:31 AM
Name: David
E-mail address: David1072@yahoo.com
Comments:Good resource !
Saturday, November 30th 2002 - 05:02:00 PM
Name: Brady
E-mail address: vutdevuk@vutdevuk.com
Homepage URL: http://www.vutdevuk.com/
Comments:The Anti-Human will be released this Friday (Dec.) the 13th!!! Come see what it's about!!!
Thursday, November 28th 2002 - 02:44:01 PM
Name: Philip Johnston
E-mail address: philipjamesjohnston@yahoo.co.uk
Comments:Hi there!

I agree with the last two postings, Crimso sits well with Autumn/Winter. But I always associate McDonald & Giles with feeling content on a warm & beautiful summers day!

Best Wishes
Sunday, November 24th 2002 - 04:51:55 AM
Name: Neil Ingram
E-mail address: neil.ingram@tesco.net
Homepage URL: http://www.scienceatclifton.co.uk
Comments:I thought Marc's comment about listening to ITCOCK 'religiously...from Sept - through November, always reminding me of that time period in 1969' is very interesting. I listen to 'Lizard' in the early summer for much the same reason. Anyone remember the Oz trial? And anyone noticed 'Rupert the bear' on the Lizard cover? Ah, nostalgia!

Best wishes

Sunday, November 24th 2002 - 02:07:15 AM
Name: Marc McHugh
E-mail address: Marc.McHughNO SPAM@SAO.state.ma.us
Comments:A most incredible undertaking. Beyond description, really, and yet so
was/is King Crimson. ITCOTCK remains the most braincleansing tool I've
experienced to date - it is religiously played from Sept - through November,
always reminding me of that time period in 1969.

Please continue on your journey to unlock these fantastic mysteries - it
seems that you have all the keys to do so.

Marc McHugh
(present at the 1969 Fillmore East concert)
Monday, November 18th 2002 - 04:58:37 PM
Name: dr Hooker (gunnar)
E-mail address: witchcraftx@hotmail.com
Comments:~Falling Asleep~

Drifting off to Dreamland, fading away.
Feeling the world slip away.

Feeling like I'm falling ever so slow.
Loosing up, till I let go.

Relaxing more each second....that goes by.
Things are loosing meaning; I don't care why.
Sleep is slowly creeping over me.
What is the real reality?
I'm high in a neverland of dreams.
Though it seems so real. And I feel:

If forever I be always half-asleep,
No mind, I'd be happy that deep.

Softly sing a lullaby on and on.
Goodnight, and I trust, I'll find you further on.

from the album
"The Truth"

USA 1972
Tuesday, November 12th 2002 - 04:56:30 PM
Name: Cynthia
E-mail address: cynthia1netmail@netscape.net
Homepage URL: http://geocities.com/cynthia1_2/shadows.html
Comments:I came upon this site while "surfing" during a bout of insomnia. For once, was pleased I couldn't sleep. Lovely poetry and interesting reading. I am also a poet and writer, though unknown to all except a few friends and those who peruse my own little corner of cyberspace:) I will have to check out the music! All Good Things...
Saturday, November 9th 2002 - 10:45:16 PM
Name: alornryk
E-mail address: alornryk@msn.com
Comments:I've been a fan since '69. I love this site--will never tire of it.
Saturday, November 2nd 2002 - 07:18:52 PM
Name: Phill
E-mail address: phill.lister@btinternet.com

The "Fripp v. Sinfield" is very naughty!

But it worries me. I read the review of the 21stCSB and began to get tinglings about the prospect of Sinfield joining them. But the FvS thing shows such disrespect (even though the author might feel it's earned) that the band members might be uncomfortable with this possibility. On the whole, they seem to like/love/respect the old bugger.

Keep The Gates Open,


Thursday, October 31st 2002 - 02:57:01 PM
Name: Jodes
E-mail address: Jodes122@yahoo.com
Comments:Useful resource, easy to use
Tuesday, October 29th 2002 - 05:12:40 PM
Name: Bill
E-mail address: Bill@mail.com
Homepage URL: http://none
Comments:Good guestbook and good site !
Monday, October 28th 2002 - 06:59:22 AM
Name: Janice
E-mail address: Heron_J@yahoo.com
Comments:Tammo earth water fire and air
shall these bones live
Thursday, October 24th 2002 - 11:39:06 PM
Name: Simon Ballestad
E-mail address: ballerask_@hotmail.com
Friday, October 18th 2002 - 09:13:49 AM
E-mail address: jaclor@globetrotter.net
Homepage URL: http://www.iquebec.com/orsaison
Comments:Hi Pete l know you since 1969 with the first KC
and l have your only record Still on old vinyl and l have your book too. Your site is wonderful. l am Québécois Canada 50 years old and musician too. Many thanks for your
poetry. l'm looking for other works of you lt's seem rare.
Thanks again my friend Jac Loranger
Friday, October 11th 2002 - 06:35:45 AM
E-mail address: mister_friendly2001@yahoo.co.uk

I believe in this band and the recent tour has given me immense pleasure. I attended 9 out of the 10 shows they performed in the U.K. (including their Canterbury festival appearance) I could not make the Corn Exchange in Cambridge. The second I heard about the concerts I immediately went out and got myself tickets, I was stoked for months thinking about this tour.

Each gig began with "Pictures", it really is a great opener and I simply love to hear that riff played on the sax. Actually, at Croydon there was a backing tape playing which they walked on stage to and then they went into "Pictures". (very Frippy)

At each show the intro to Formentera Lady gave Peter chance to do a small solo spot, the QEH I feel was his best shot. He is often overlooked and seldom given sufficient credit ; a talented bass player. Formentera Lady itself at most gigs was somewhat of show piece despite numbers like "Epitaph" and I Talk To The Wind" being played every night. Ian and Mel shone on this and Jakko gave a little tease at various shows .... "will they, wont they" with The Sailors Tale theme towards the end.

The set is basically circa 1969-71. Plus "Progress" (excellent btw) the title track of Mike's newly released cd and performances of "If I Was" (sung by Ian) and "Let There Be Light" (sung by Jakko) from Ian's solo cd Drivers Eyes. In concert Ian's songs come to life, especially the latter
(of which I enjoy the intro especially). I liked the way the newer material (Mike and Ian's) separated the KC numbers and helped to create an even balance.

The band also play "Tomorrows People" from McDonald & Giles, I enjoy the blast of power with the saxes on this. Mel is a monster on the sax, Id forgotten what a blast he is live, HOLY MOSES that guy ROCKS THE HOUSE !!. Ladies Of The Road is simply awesome, and with Mike Giles on the drums this lifts the tune to new heights!. This band just seemed to get BETTER !! Mike Giles really is both a remarkable and remarkably under rated drummer :period !. I never ever thought Id bear witness to that guys playing, it is a true privilege. After bearing witness to nine concerts, Im left very impressed.

The walk back on stage for the encore was always "Schizoid" or "Birdman" followed by "Schizoid" , I preferred the latter idea, for me the contrasts worked very well. Much better than walking back on stage and straight into Schizoid.

Id like to see and hear them play "The Letters" and "Circus" and it would certainly be interesting to hear anything the Schizoid band may come up with in the way of their own material :) I understand that they are going to do some writing and may ask Peter Sinfield to handle the lyrics.

The concerts that stood out were Milton Keynes, Crewe, Edinburgh, Southampton and London. Perhaps the most enjoyable version of Schizoid Man was performed in Edinburgh, its very difficult to say really. I think just maybe as an overall concert experience the London show was probably my favourite and therefore I guess the best. London was a tight strong gig and a tad faster paced (though probably given impetus by knowledge of the curfew)

Jakko's vocal chords took a bit of a beating on tour, unfortunately he was suffering from a sore throat and it showed at a few of the concerts ( anybody can get a sore throat though, but he just had to get one whilst on tour didnt he ! ) Newcastle was a bit iffy, so was Wolverhampton. Kudos to Jakko though, he has what I call a "Crimso voice" , and full marks to him for taking on board the role of both singer and guitarist, no mean feat, not only is it a lot to learn but a very difficult role to play. Not that Im suggesting he should be (or is) a Fripp clone, hes himself playing Crimso music in the spirit of 2002 .... well done Jakko :)

I went to the gigs with an open mind, I didnt notice a huge vacuum at all. I thoroughly enjoyed all the shows, each had their merits and great moments. I was too young to have seen "Crimso The Great" so maybe I appreciate this "line-up" more. I think it is about "contemporary interpretation". Aside from anything else, I think it would be virtually impossible to replicate the old 1969 sound anyway using todays technology, by that I mean the p.a. systems of today and to an extent the instruments etc too have moved on so much and of course there were no mellotrons. I suspect the use of the Korgies (Korg synthesisers) was down to reliability and portability issues,the irony here though is that at Canterbury Ians packed up just at that vital moment .... the crescendo to "Epitaph" which to my ears left a gaping hole : ( Ian was visibly upset. I felt very sorry for Ian.

I got a kick out of talking to people before and then after each gig, especially if they were sceptical. It was fun listening to there before and after thoughts, I suppose it was a little perverse of me really :) On the whole I think everyone enjoyed the shows and quite a few people had a pleasant shock :) I cant wait to see them again ! This band are the real deal and will undoubtedly blow the top of your head off so go to the gig, sit down and fasten your seatbelt .... they're HOT :)
Friday, October 4th 2002 - 08:38:35 AM
Name: Nick Harding
E-mail address: nicksharding@aol.com
Comments:Hi, I've been a big fan since In the court of the Crimson King. My kids now listen to Still!

I wondered what you do these days, and if you have any plans to release any more albums?

Sunday, September 15th 2002 - 05:11:49 AM
Name: Jay
E-mail address: rishineti@hotmail.com
Friday, September 13th 2002 - 12:53:54 PM
Name: Andrew Peake
E-mail address: andrewPeake@btopenworld.com
Comments:nice to see a genuinely different web site. Enjoyed 21st Century Schizoid Band at Canterbury - looking forward to same at Q.E.H.
Thursday, September 5th 2002 - 12:17:58 PM
Name: Massimo Ortelio
E-mail address: ortelius@libero.it
Comments:many thanks!
Wednesday, September 4th 2002 - 02:02:18 AM
Name: james
Comments:king crimson has expanded my thoughts and mind as a person and a musician and every time I listen to them I am inspired to create something
Tuesday, September 3rd 2002 - 02:49:47 PM
Name: Steve Dean
E-mail address: steve.dean1@ntlworld.com
Comments:A beautiful site. I'll visit every time I feel stressed.
Tuesday, September 3rd 2002 - 12:09:48 PM
Name: Neil Ingram
E-mail address: neil.ingram@tesco.net
Comments:Enthusiasts of Peter's music may be interested to hear that the first concert of the 21st Century Schizoid Band has gone extremely well. The band, which features Ian McDonald, Michael Giles, Peter Giles, Mel Collins, and Jakko Jakszyk played the Canterbury Festival last weekend. Their set list included: "Pictures of a City", "I Talk to the Wind", "Cat Food", "Ladies Of The Road", "Formentera Lady, "Epitaph", "ITCOTCK", "Let There be Light" & ended with "21stC SM."

The signs are that this band are going to rekindle the flames for the songs, and are attracting a lot of interest.

They tour the UK in the autumn, and have a website at: http://21stcenturyschizoidband.com

Best Wishes

Sunday, September 1st 2002 - 01:15:16 AM
Name: lynni
E-mail address: lynn_crimson@yahoo.de
Comments:a masterpiece like a monet
- - -
--- cool ---
pete`s debut "Still": I like it so much!
gentle sweet voice, (really): the songs
are great stuff for a nightflight
cosmic ride.
(phu -- - - hot lyrics)
[ähem... I am 23. And I love you Pete;-)))
k.C never flow - without your lovely
soul - - - (sorry, my engish is awful,
come from germany)
You`re not a fool pete,
h e a v e n i n s i d e y o u ~
thank you for you!!! bye Q8-)

Friday, August 30th 2002 - 02:23:22 PM
Name: Robert Pearson
E-mail address: regenerativemusic@yahoo.com
Homepage URL: http://www.rspearson.com
Comments:It's been great diving into the site and looking forward to
getting back to reading more of it. These KC sites are really a great influence and I'm thankful for them all. Looking forward to enjoying Pete's work for many years to come.

Pete was sweet enough to answer some fan mail of mine back in
the start of the big net explosion in the mid-90's. Now
I'm back again and I see he's got a Ramon Lull quote (And
what a lovely one!). So, Pete, are you into Lull enough to
maybe get his works back in print ; )
Sunday, August 25th 2002 - 11:38:02 PM
Name: Matthew Peters
E-mail address: mattp@ig.utexas.edu
Homepage URL: http://N/A
Comments:Thanks for all the work. It's always a pleasure to see that someone can afford the effort to enlighten the rest of us and increase our musical awareness and enjoyment. There's so much great music (and all that goes with the music) that can get lost in obscurity, were it not for the great effort of folks like yourself. Thanks again.

and Happy listening,

Matt Peters
Tuesday, August 20th 2002 - 09:00:33 AM
Name: Greg Pychel
E-mail address: mpychel@cogeco.ca
Comments:AWESOME SITE!!!! Being the biggest Crimson fanatic in Canada, this site is like a breath of long awaited fresh air. It certainly brings back a lot of great memories. Thanks for the free downloads of Moonchild and Prelude:Song of the Gulls. Take care and keep up the good work.
Tuesday, August 6th 2002 - 12:03:59 AM
Name: Maurice Cloud
E-mail address: maucloud@earthlink.net
Comments:Goodness gravy Jean Paul! It was in all probability just a typoe, err, typo. Still. As an admirer of the multi-dimensional work of the poet celebrated here-in, may I suggest to you Rikki Ducornet's THE JADE CABINET, and PHOSPHOR IN DREAMLAND. And for a real experience in Sinfieldry crack Alexander Theroux's DARCONVILLE'S CAT . . . with, or, if you prefer, without, the apostrophe!
Saturday, August 3rd 2002 - 08:05:47 PM
Name: Jean Paul Koerner
E-mail address: jean.paul.koerner@ifeho.de
Homepage URL: http://www.ifeho.de
Comments:DON'T write "Finnegan's Wake". Thats wrong!! The book is called "Finnegans Wake! You should read that book and apologize at JJ's grave.

Jean Paul Koerner
Tuesday, July 30th 2002 - 01:40:34 PM
Name: Iis
E-mail address: efficacy10@angelfire.com
Comments:Is living the dream getting paid for what u love to do? I love everything. Yep I'm that rich.
Monday, July 29th 2002 - 06:44:14 PM
Name: Iis
E-mail address: efficacy10@angelfire.com
Comments:Soup! Soup! Soup! I'll be eating no more soup. Pointing my horse towards the bisques, chowders and purees. Soup! Soup! Soup! I'll be eaing no more soup.

Or Hey Dad. Mom. My ships come in!
Monday, July 29th 2002 - 06:22:06 PM
Name: Kimberly
E-mail address: kimberly@mythicalmaiden.com
Homepage URL: http://www.mythicalmaiden.com
Comments:There is no way, really, to sufficiently describe the influence of Peter Sinfield's works on my life. I can truly say that there were days in my youth when just listening to one of his songs would give me the tiny point of light in the distance that I needed in order to put one foot in front of the other. Now, so many years later, I find the impact of his art has never lost its profundity for me. When he wrote "Only drink of sky and rake the winter wind" he had tapped into the soul of the universe. Thank you so very much for this outstanding website, to which I will return again and again. And Peter...thank you for your work, your vision, your understanding of it all.
Friday, July 26th 2002 - 08:09:28 AM
Name: lucie cuthbertson
Comments:hi peter i have been looking over your site and i think it is great i love it and ishall be off to explore more
Friday, July 19th 2002 - 12:47:55 AM
Name: Enrique Navarrete
E-mail address: ennana50@yahoo.com.mx
Comments: he sido tocado por la flama
Friday, July 12th 2002 - 03:13:02 PM
Name: hurra Wednesday, July 10th 2002 - 04:45:10 AM
Name: El Ornitorrinco
E-mail address: sarroyom@yahoo.com
Homepage URL: http://no-page-available.moc
Comments:I am pleased that somebody has taken this seriously the work of Mr. Sinfield. Thank you. I just cannot enjoy the lyrics of crimson as much as I do when listening to the first four albums.

So do I love Premiata Forneria Marconniand their sinfield-esque "Chocolate Kings".

In Spanish, "sin field" stands for 'campo de pecado'.

Thursday, July 4th 2002 - 10:43:35 AM
Name: samuel Shaoiro
E-mail address: sshapiro@nd.edu
Monday, June 17th 2002 - 12:59:27 AM
Name: Keth and Dr Light
E-mail address: keth@Awakening-Healing.com
Homepage URL: http://www.Awakening-Healing.com
Comments:Creative for sure, keep up the goodwork.. If you want a Divine Tune-Up (Advanced Alternative Healing)or Astrology Guidance were here. Free emailed weekly Cosmic/Spiritual "Awakening-Healing News" Letter of Light.... Email for subscription.
Sunday, June 16th 2002 - 07:51:09 PM
Name: DONA
E-mail address: dona@i-55.com
Homepage URL: http://apple netscape.com
Comments:please send these pagee to me the kundalini, the woman with the sun thats in revelation, & the big top the spiral.i am inerested in these articles to read & study upon.i really enjoy the information on these articles.thank you DONA
Saturday, June 15th 2002 - 08:13:21 AM
Name: victor obiols
E-mail address: jonas@filnet.es
Comments:Wonder is at the source of Creation.
Creation is the beginning of Wisdom.
Thank you fot All this Beauty.
Sunday, June 2nd 2002 - 03:27:11 AM
Name: Scott Abernethy
E-mail address: imnotscott@yahoo.com
Comments:Wonderful site. I don't understand a word of it.
Thursday, May 30th 2002 - 06:49:05 AM
Name: Maurice Cloud
E-mail address: Maucloud@earthlink.net
Comments:A wonderful site Peter. It well reflects . . .(by his work shall ye know him!) But why no bibliothekai of favorite books . . . or not-so-favorite books, or books that can afford to be dropped in the bath-water whilst reaching for Mr. Bubbles . . . or --
Wednesday, May 29th 2002 - 03:17:09 PM
Name: Michael Moses
E-mail address: moses1@concentric.net
Comments:On the off chance someone has in possession...

Interested in purchasing a copy of:

In the Court of King Crimson by Sid Smith
2001, 320 pages
London: Helter Skelter
ISBN: 1900924269
Hardcover, SIGNED and numbered edition of 500

Kindly inform of any availability.

Michael Moses
Orlando, Florida US
Friday, May 24th 2002 - 09:07:14 AM
Name: -=\\DAYSTAR//=-
E-mail address: uore@hfids.com
your site is GREAT! keep it up! and if you get the chance come by my site!

cross the stars for a treat!
Sunday, May 19th 2002 - 09:15:15 PM
Name: Bill Jenkinson E-mail address: Boo@hairmaster.fsnet.co.uk Comments:Been putting together a collection of cds of albums I had on vinyl over the last couple of years,and Song Of The Seagoat has got to go down as one of the most beautiful and poignant songs I have ever heard,and I fully intend to add your fine album,now titled Stillusion to my prized collection,where it will take pride of place alongside my King Crimson albums which include other fine works by you. Friday, May 10th 2002 - 10:24:52 AM
Name: Mark Rauch
E-mail address: billbigrig@yahoo.com
Comments:Early KC and mid70s Todd Rundgren were unsolvable enigmas for this high school trombone player. I traded ELPs Trilogy for Wake Of Poseidon in 72 and from there the mystery began. 25 years later I finally got Mellotron sounds in my studio and am well on the way of finally letting out some of the influence. Hope I can do lyrics as deep or at least half. You guys were in your 20s when you did this stuff!!! how the hell did you learn it so fast???!!
Wednesday, May 8th 2002 - 04:14:53 PM
Name: Michael
E-mail address: pinkinc@zeelandnet.nl
Comments:Fantastic! Amazing! Wonderful!
Thank you.
Friday, May 3rd 2002 - 04:03:36 PM
Name: Michael
E-mail address: pinkinc@zeelandnet.nl
Comments:Fantastic! Amazing! Wonderful!
Thank you.
Friday, May 3rd 2002 - 04:03:35 PM
Name: Indyrod
E-mail address: Indyrod@go.com
Homepage URL: http://www.krimson-news.com
Comments:Just wondering, why is your "Thoughts of Elfin Sinfield", the ranting Shaman not a part of your index? I certainly looked for it in the table of contents, but it seems to be missing. I find it very stimulating reading myself, seeing a little verbal exchange between Fripp and Sinfield in the DGM Guestbook, I mean former DGM Guestbook. It's interesting hearing Pete's side of the royalities, and reissues of the 30 year aniversary of King Crimson. I'm certainly glad no punches were thrown. ;)

Another thing that interests me, is the overdone explanation of the origin of the name King Crimson. Fripp says one thing, but Pete wrote the song. Is there any reason Sinfield can't just SAY, what his inspiration was for the name King Crimson?
Wednesday, April 24th 2002 - 01:48:52 PM
Name: mark mulligan
E-mail address: markmulligan@worldnet.att.net
Homepage URL: http://peaceworld.freeservers.com
Comments:Got World Peace yet?
Why not, what’s stopping us?
Can anyone’s little piece of the puzzle fit honestly without it?
If enough learners rally for World Peace, what’s to prevent it?
Doomsday clocks tick-tock while we prevaricate.
God is not amused.
Read www.peaceworld.freeservers.com
Invite some friends and get back to me if you care.
I seek my first 6,213 readers (one out of a million learners on Earth).
Know some?
Who knows what could happen next.
Saturday, April 20th 2002 - 01:37:18 AM
Name: Phillippe Spotto
E-mail address: pspotto888@hotmail.com
Comments:It is with complete transfabularity that I write this glowing gratitudinal for your significant opus, "The Song of the Sea Goat." It is quite simply the most marvelous piece of fantastica I have ever set my ears on.
Thursday, April 18th 2002 - 10:44:57 AM
Name: Celine
E-mail address: celine@axis-deer.com
Homepage URL: http://www.axis-deer.com
Comments:Congrats on your nice site!
Wednesday, April 17th 2002 - 04:13:56 AM
Name: Kyle Reid
E-mail address: abbeyreid@hotmail.com
Comments: The Day I heard King Crimson was the
begining of My Exploration.

Please Mail Me information
Friday, April 5th 2002 - 08:47:45 PM
Name: Iain Rae
E-mail address: iain.rae@cwcom.net
Friday, March 29th 2002 - 03:48:25 PM
Name: Chris Naegellen
E-mail address: chris.naegellen@eds.com
Comments:Great site! "Travel in peace and may your god go with you."
Wednesday, March 27th 2002 - 09:04:20 AM
Name: rach
Homepage URL: http://www.probetheglobe.com
Comments:You have a Great Page! Keep up the good work. If you have a chance please visit
my page and let me know what you think. I'm working on a web page to promote
International Global Awareness. My goal is to put fun, educational info about
every country. Thanks. www.probetheglobe.com
Monday, March 25th 2002 - 08:33:37 AM
Name: roslind
E-mail address: RAKNY@aol.com
Tuesday, March 19th 2002 - 10:25:25 AM
Name: Philip Johnston
E-mail address: philipjamesjohnston@yahoo.co.uk
Comments:During October 1995, THE CRIMSON KING! alerted my "travel weary" mind and heart to the wonders of his truthfull/beautiful/haunting/majestic words and music.

Seven years later, I'm stilled amazed, but grateful, that music like this even exists!

I used to have a fear of over analising music, but after visiting this web site, I somehow feel closer to the music, and of course the words!


Friday, March 15th 2002 - 02:19:29 PM
Name: Rick White (eric franklin)
E-mail address: rwhite3@stny.rr.com
Homepage URL: http://home.stny.rr.com/rwhite3
Comments:I stumbled on your site while traveling with the songs
of the Crimson King, that hummed through my mind.
I've always bee inspired by Mr. Sinfield's verse.
I have some of my own works that I gladly share on my
web site for those curious.
Your site is a pleaseant visit and as was said previous,
a good read.
thank you
Rick White
Friday, March 15th 2002 - 05:12:02 AM
Name: Pamela Joy
E-mail address: druidesspj@hotmail.com
Comments:(not yet)

OK, I'd like to know YOUR STORY (-:
Thursday, March 14th 2002 - 01:13:43 PM
Name: Pamela Joy
E-mail address: druidesspj@hotmail.com
Comments:(not yet)
Thursday, March 14th 2002 - 01:03:57 PM
Name: Steve Gorman
E-mail address: kimp@jps.net
Homepage URL: http://earth
Comments: Where was I...
Ah, yes

As a 14 year old I was working in a gas station, when one
bright and sunny day a van full of 'hippies' pulled in
and asked me if I'd like a trip.
As the 'trip' began... they gave me a capsule entitled
'In th waKe of poSeidon'

Ions passed... and so did my job at the gas station.
Still love PFM and my pet drizzle.

Hasta la Banana

Your Synapsus Comrade
Steve Gorman
Sunday, March 10th 2002 - 07:11:18 PM
Name: The Wizard
E-mail address: TheWizard@nolawizard.com
Homepage URL: http://www.nolawizard.com/
Comments:Hello from New Orleans.
Tuesday, March 5th 2002 - 08:12:53 PM
Name: -=\\DAYSTAR//=-
your site is GREAT! keep it up! and if you get the chance come by my site!

cross the stars for a treat!
Saturday, March 2nd 2002 - 08:58:09 PM
Name: Alornryk
E-mail address: alornryk@yahoo.com
Comments:Pages of wonder and imagination..just like the music. Thanks
Saturday, March 2nd 2002 - 04:08:58 PM
Name: warrigal
E-mail address: warrigalwitt@hotmail.com
Comments:Hurrah! Finally I find a site devoted to Pete Sinfield's work. Not until someone put me onto 37.com did I have any success. For many years I wondered about the fate of Mr Sinfield as I lost track of his professional career after "Still" and the ELP sessions. To Peter I say Bravo!!! Your lyric writing and songs have been a consistent source of inspiration for me since 1970 when first I heard "Court of the Crimsom King". As a relatively unknown performer and songwriter in South Australia, I have many of Peter's songs in my covers repertoire. Trouble is doing the pub bars circuit there is little oppurtunity to present these gems in the history of modern songwriting. I am a flautist as well as a guitarist and with the right group of muso's I still have ambitions to present some of Peter's songs with my own writing in a theatrical situation. As with Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen I consider Peter's writing to be the best of poetry and and lyric writing that has been produced in the latter years of the 20th.C I still wonder at the possible deeper meanings of songs such as "Courtof-" and "Moonchild" I like the mystery and the way interpretation is left open to the listener. And though it may be an obscure album in the history of modern rock, I think "Still" was and still is a masterpiece. Come on Peter Let us see another solo project. I'll be among the first to buy it! Thanks for the great art. Cheers, Warrigal.
Thursday, February 28th 2002 - 11:55:57 PM
Name: Erick Ph Monier
E-mail address: norxe@hotmail.com
Homepage URL: http://waterleaf@Bigpond.com.au
Comments: A most magical site.A wondrerous journey of sights and engrossing readings that seldom urge me to call my children to look at.I'am still musically very pleased after many years of K.C. listening with Peter Sinfield and with his involvement in Italy's music scene. Thank you very much for such pleasure.
Wednesday, February 27th 2002 - 07:16:05 PM
Name: rod grant
E-mail address: rodgrant2041
Wednesday, February 20th 2002 - 11:38:28 PM
Name: -=\\DAYSTAR//=-
Comments:your site is GREAT! keep it up! and if you get the chance come by my site!

cross the stars for a treat!
Tuesday, February 19th 2002 - 01:17:01 AM
Name: Helios
E-mail address: 1216846@email.iis.com.br
Comments:thanks for improve, give,share and put in my life so much things, thoughts , impressions with sounds and poetry. best regards from Brazil
Tuesday, February 12th 2002 - 05:36:43 PM
Name: Peter Sinfield
E-mail address: songsoup42@yahoo.com
Homepage URL: http://www.songsouponsea.com
Comments:Just a quiet note to say a wide thank you for all the recent entries here.
Your bothering to write often gives me a rosy glow on hard rain mornings.

To those that have stepped further and sent an email; please be assured
I read them all. Sometimes I am able to reply in an instant, on the wing . . .
sometimes I am not. Currently I have a backlog regarding Carter Kaplan. He
is upset because, as my friend Nick would say, "I called him a cab." It's sad
that I and others were so STARTLED by his increasingly 'intense' monologues
to the point that one cc'd rock star says that they reported him to the FBI.

It was not I, and not Fripp; whom eek; I unsettled again last fall. The RHVL has a
thin skin and judged my input, on a current project, to be sarcastic and negatively
vitriolic. Of course I disagree. However spring may be ahem, a tad late this year.

Hopefully Carter will realise that given his incisive professional talent with words:
accompanied by oddball pics of him as a hirsute, 'Mansonish', wild-eyed young man
which, it appears, HE considers 'humorous' ; when they arrive 5 in a row - are NOT!

OK. In a lighter vein/vain I hope you have been 'entertained' by our ongoing efforts
to expand PTP and SSOS with sound and multimedia (Hah!) - There is more to come.
Including footage of me singing "Rope Burns" and "Maybe So" on a Spanish TV show
in 1982. Two of the songs that were to a form part of my never finished 2nd album.

Now once again on behalf of Jon Green and myself I thank for your love & enthusiasm.

Hasta La Futura,


Monday, February 11th 2002 - 05:20:56 PM
Name: steve
E-mail address: steve24c2002@yahoo.com
Comments:ive been in the wilderness, many years i wondered what be came of you ...just to thank you for the words, and the different way to view the world.. you gave my imagination the chance it craved from a young boy even till now as i slipp into another autmn of myself...peter sincere thanks and gratitude, no more so now inthis present climate of things ...when the world becomes the world...still...still ring out...to my only fav. web site forever tuned in.....good journey..
Sunday, February 10th 2002 - 08:29:31 PM
Name: Mark Pearson
E-mail address: markpearson6@attbi.com
Comments:I consider Peter Sinfield the greatest lyricist ever. The Letters is a masterpiece! Even his choice of artwork on Still opened my eyes to the works of Sulamith Wulfing.
Saturday, February 9th 2002 - 09:20:54 PM
Name: Steven Sinski
E-mail address: sjms@optonline.net
Comments:Don't ever stop producing!
Friday, February 1st 2002 - 09:55:38 AM
Name: Alec Sugar
E-mail address: membran@mind.net
Comments:I was here. I love Peter Sinfield's lyrics.
Tuesday, January 29th 2002 - 03:45:32 PM
Name: Lyle Holdahl
E-mail address: lholdahl@aol.com
Homepage URL: http://lyleholdahl.homestead.com/lholdahl.html
Comments:For me; you have entertained, captivated, inspired and taught. What have I learned? Dude... YOU ROCK!!!
Tuesday, January 29th 2002 - 01:19:43 PM
Name: John Yonko
E-mail address: JYONKO8@aol.com
Comments:Thanks for the view!
Saturday, January 26th 2002 - 09:33:56 PM
Name: Tim
E-mail address: timvandermolen_at_hotmail_dot_com
Comments:Beyond the ability of my humble words to describe are the emotions which flood me when hearing the beautiful symphonies that your written art plays. Whatever.. :) Anyhow, thank you so much, Peter!
Tuesday, January 22nd 2002 - 04:21:03 PM
Name: Colin Robinson
E-mail address: bb454@mcmail.com
Homepage URL: http://www.mp3.com/bigblock454

My first-ever gig was King Crimson at Leeds Town Hall (the "Islands" tour). It's still one of my favourite albums.

Cheers, Colin, Big Block 454, Manchester.
Saturday, January 12th 2002 - 07:29:42 AM
Name: John
E-mail address: Xanadu94@hotmail.com

for 'Song of the Sea Goat', if nothing else, my deepest heartfelt thanks.
Friday, January 4th 2002 - 04:32:41 PM
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