Kill To Get Crimson

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Looking forward to the release of Kill To Get Crimson (Due out September 18). There are fewer musicians on this release than normal. Hopefully, that might mean more of his guitar. He's been on this bluesy, folksy, Celtic path for a few years now and this CD looks like it is more of the same. That's fine by me. I like that and no one does it better. Still, I wouldn't mind seeing and hearing more of that fabulous guitar stuff. About the title: It's a line in one of the songs.

The Saints are in Kansas City for an exhibition game with the Chiefs and the starters are going to play a little longer than they have the last three weeks. There is only one goal tonight. Get out of this game with no substantial injuries.

14 days until football season ...

Quote of the Day
All of the time we had
Living underground
I move to station number 5
See you next time around
Montrose, Space Station No. 5

Blog of the day here.

Quote from said blog: "one part, the quiet part.
the small, still part. that knows. said, “you have many things to do, that you will find joy in doing!”
"

There's another stanza to that. It made my morning. Go see. -Rob

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kim said:

Have you seen the "Soundstage" episode with Mark Knopfler and Emmy Lou Harris? If not, I'll send it to you on DVD.

Rob said:

I have a DVD of All The Live Roadrunning with Mark and Emmylou. Not sure if it's the same. They're very good together. Love to see it.

kim said:

It's one where they're performing live at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Los Angeles. Is that where All The Live Roadrunning was recorded?

Rob said:

Not sure, Kim. I'll check.

Rob said:

Yes, Kim the one I have was recorded at the Gibson Gibson Amphitheatre in California on June 28, 2006. It's called Real Live Roadrunning and has some excellent extra features if you're a fan of either. Are you playing it in DTS mode? I never imagined it could make that much difference. I was wrong, wrong, wrong. It's like being in the room with them. Just awesome.

kim said:

This is the same show then except cut down for the one hour Soundstage episode. I found exactly what they cut on the Soundstage Web site:

http://www.pbs.org/wttw/soundstage/knopflerharris/setlist.htm

I'm thrilled they kept "Romeo and Juliet" on there. :)

I have the recording on my TiVo, so I don't know if I have a DTS mode. Is that a feature of the DVD? (showing my ignorance)

Rob said:

I have a lot of ignorance on the subject, myself, but I do think it's a function of the DVD. It's an audio setting on this DVD like Stereo or 5.1 Dolby Digital. I'm not up on it enough to tell you if it can be broadcast in that format or if TiVo is capable of receiving it and replaying it.

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