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|Comments:||Good day Mr Sinfield. I am one of Maria Wallenda's granddaughters and would love to speak to you! 07823321314|
|Comments:||Thank-You, Peter!!!!long time fan of King Crimson,especially the first four albums, because of the poetry and instrumentation...echanted as a 16 year old at the Palm Beach Pop festival, thanksgiving weekend, been a fan ever since...I give you credit to your lyrics as a beginning of an opening up for a love of literature.|
just found out it is your birthday today ~ congratulations!
Hope you spent it well.
I have just heard "Still" after quite a long time. It is still as fascinating as in 1973 when I bought the record.
Your lyrics for King Crimson and of course the music have
accompanied me through my teen years until today...
Thanks and a good night
|Comments:|| " I Believe in Father Christmas "
Hi Peter; From a longtime fan, wishing you a Happy Holiday Season.
|Comments:||cat food cat food cat food, again!|
|Comments:||Millennium mysterium magnum|
|Comments:||Dear Mr. Sinfield:
I am 16 years old and have been captivated by your lyrical skills since I was 12, when I first heard "In the Court of the Crimson King." I never used to pay much attention to the words of a song, but the words you write are too well-crafted to overlook. I thoroughly enjoy reading your song lyrics as one would read a collection of poetry... and speaking of poetry, exposure to your work has sparked my interest in poetry in general. Your writing is truly unique, and any time I hear a song whose words you penned, I can find a meaning in them that is relevant to some emotion I have. This is especially true of your song "Envelopes of Yesterday." I would like to thank you for sharing your talent with the world and for showing me how beautiful words can be.
|Name:||John Gordon Adams|
|E-mail address:||Gordie116 @yahoo.com|
|Comments:||I have admired you for over forty years! i Know you poems and lyrics by heart. They are my Peace during difficult times. They have at times been my sanity, bringing me back to reality. You have no idea what peace you words have brought to me! And what confidence they have brought to my soul! If I was granted a wish, it would be to speak to you and share thoughts of past, current and future realities. I have so much to express to you I can hardly think. Thank you, you are my mentor. I write as well, not as well as you but I learn from you. If you "really" read this, "Please"contact me. It might very well be to the advantage of both of us. Really, Please try. I saw King Crimson at the LA convention center in Santa Monice in I think 1973, or there abouts. By some odd course of events I got back stage, went on stage, looked and touched Bruford's drums, the Melatron, etc. Then opend a door and met. Fripp,Wenton,Cross and Bruford in a room and shared coors beer and I think and cornish game hens. And spoke to Fripp when he was leaving in the back of the veneu. Man what a thrill!!
|Name:||Laura in VT|
|Comments:||Wishing you all the best, Peter! We love you!|
|Comments:||the gentler songs of King Crimson guided my passage through teenage years into motherhood...many years ago...now I am a grand mother, finally having time to dream and paint and be in nature. I play their music still...mostly I can recall the songs in my minds ear|
|Comments:||Dear nickkwilson, there is no connection but thankyou anyway for the kind thought and guestbook entry.I removed the address for your security sake as this is a public domain. best wishes from song soup on sea|
|Comments:||Dear Pete Sinfield,
this is a longshot but 40 yrs ago I lived next door to a Mr Sinfield who lived alone in a house with a large garden and within which Mr Sinfiled unext door sed to let me and my brothers play and roam as most of it was unkempt and allowed to overgrow.
I was struck by the similarity in looks between yourself and the Mr Sinfiled I knew in the 60s and 70s when I saw you on a recent BBC 4 tv programme...
He lived in the bungalow alone called Fermoy in Vale Road Ash Vale nr Aldershot Hants (but we were in Surrey) at about 105 Vale Rd...
I remember Mr Sinfield with affection as he was without relations as I recall apart from an occasional sister who visited once in a blue moon and he was lonely but kindly.
I know this is a stab in the dark but hope this is a connection.
|Comments:||I thought they were very complex lyrics when first time listened to King Crimson. Many years had past as I getting familiar with English I finally reached to a point where "God they are very good poems!".|
|Comments:||King Crimson opened my mind to a whole new aesthetic in music.|
|Comments:||Love the site, it's a little world unto itself.|
I have appreciated the power of your lyrics since the early days of ELP. I was particularly impressed with your work on Works Vol 1. Still moves me after all these many years. Thanks again,
|Comments:||May 2012 bring you happiness and fulfilment Peter. Thank you all over again !
|Comments:||Hello Peter - I'm a longtime fan and I just want to wish you a Happy New Year! Your music and words continue to be an inspiration to me after these many years.
|Comments:||So much feeling.|
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|Comments:||Dear Mr. Green
I've found your analysis extremely useful for my translation of Mr. Sinfield Lyrics. You really have unlocked a poetic world.
These are the links to my translations in Italian:
Thanks for yur work!
|Country:||United States of America|
|Comments:||thank you for....here i paused.... wonder and enchantment came to mind....
|Comments:||Hello Peter- I recently purchased the 24 Bit Remastered , "Still" 2 CD set.. Still is extraordinary and enlightening---fantastic! These songs will be in our hearts and minds forever.
Have a great Spring and Summer
|Comments:||...a very late note of thanks for a site so true to its purpose
wishing the encrimsoned health and happiness,
|Name:||miss xox fabio zigante|
|Comments:||thanx for the emotional emotions
|Comments:||Hi Peter, thank you for your beautiful words. My eldest daughter who is now 20 used to dance to moonchild when she was about 4 and now her sister, who is 16, does indeed continue to smile at her! Eldest was born at 03h15 - on a moonlit night - youngest born at 09h15 as the sun shone brightly through a window. I am so glad that I have the opportunity to let you know how your words will flow onwards in this place where the first comes last, the worst is best and the sun is burning out ...
Peace be with you.
|Country:||UK and Australia|
|Comments:||Your words have been visual inspiration to me for 3 decades. Thank you. Hope I get to meet you before I depart these shores in the summer.|
Going through a photo album recently, I found a great picture of you taken a "few" years ago at Can Bufi. Some lovely memories came to my mind. I found you! Great poem writer, as always. A huge, huge hug. Ibi.
|Comments:||Hello- Thanks again for your response to my email back in December. I enjoyed reading the transcript of your lecture on songwriting -again the website is great..Hope you are well..
|Comments:||Quite simply the most talented and influential computer operator/ travel agent/ light show operator/ fabric designer/ roadie/ sound man/ record producer/ lyricist from the U.K. of all time!
We love you, Peter.
|Comments:||Thankyou so much for music - especially the album "Still" which got me through my very first breakup. it spoke to me on so many levels and still resonates to this day.
|Name:||Pedro Martin Matilla|
|Comments:||Long life to Formentera Lady. Happy 40 !!!!|
|Comments:||Are you the Steve C.J. from Durban? If so drop me a line & confirm. Shayne Leith|
|Comments:||Lost yesterday, somewhere between sunrise and sunset,
two golden hours, each set with sixty diamond minutes.
No reward is offered, for they are gone forever but their
memory will last a lifetime!
|Comments:||Many happy returns of the day. Enjoy 67.|
|Comments:||drew another flask of wierd|
|Comments:||Congratulations on following your star. I remember our gig at the Wandsworth party; with Min on drums and myself improvising (fairly badly) on Bass;with real affection. If you're interested you can see what I've done with my time at the web address. Love Tim|
|Comments:||Great Insights & Imagery!
~Terry Lamb, Artist
|Comments:||Pete! I'm still dreaming with you 'upon the sky - a tear in you eye - everything's everything - under the sky'
Every time I find the magic of your lyrics the magic of poetry the magic in you.
|Comments:||Fascinated so far after just a cursory glance at your site !|
|Comments:||I searched for Kabbala Sephiroth meaning when I came here. Nice intro page.|
|Comments:||God bless Pete!
|Comments:||Great site, wonderful knoweledge, well presented.|
|Comments:||Wandered into your site. Really enjoy King Crimson music.|
|Name:||A. Yriarte Sagartze|
|Comments:||Small octet Eden
lst Camelot Eden
SOL tentacled me
Let mental codes
Old elements act
Men let last code
Elected, lost man
Demon cell state
II codename test
CII detonates me
II net date comes
II seemed octant
Deem II SE octant
Meed, II SE octant
Castle del Monte
|Comments:||When I looked for a song to cover on my new album, I came across "Have you ever been in love", and it sprung some memories - oh, how much I regret not knowing the language well enough, to be able to talk to Mr.Sinfield, when I had the (extensive) opportunity... You were certainly one of the most interesting and intriguing people, I met in my life, shame I wasn't ready to listen :-)))
Thank you for the words, you put them together in a way, that touches those hidden, most vulnerable parts of my soul.
|Comments:||To Lady Anna of Willow Grove, Blessed Be!!!|
|Comments:||Don't know why, but you have popped into my night visions twice this week in a blue linen shirt; you are holding something in your hands but I cannot quite make out what it is. S xxx|
|Comments:||I have admired Peter Sinfield's poetry for about three
decades now. Let me just say (as a computer scientist
and software engineer) that I find
The tapes have recorded their names.
To do what was right!
I'M PERFECT! ARE YOU?
among the most insightful verse related to computers.
|Comments:||Been a big fan of early King Crimson in most part because of Pete Seinfield's lyrics and poetry. This web site is great! I'm revisiting songs like In the court... and Island thanks to your in-depht and brilliant chronicles.
|Name:||Steven Ringler D.V.M.|
|Comments:||Beautiful and Enlightening!Peter Sinfield's vision has had a profound effect on my perception and dreams .The first three King Crimson works are musical and literary landmarks as profound as any work of the twentieth century.Thank you.May peace be with you always.|
|Comments:||All I can say is WOW. This site is amazing. I've been a big fan since I was a kid. Maybe now I can learn what it all means. Thanks. I'm so happy I stumbled onto this site. God bless.|
|Comments:||JUST WANT TO BE PART OF SOMEONE THAT I HAVE HAD GREAT RESPECT FOR FOR 40 YEARS OR SO.|
|Comments:||I'm webmaster of our site and I can say that your site is really unique. I have been a fan for a long time also. I love your webite. Your artwork is amazing. You rock! Yes, very nice.|
|Comments:||As far as I am concerned. I have listened to King Crimson music from about 1969/1970, right up till Starless and Bible Black they were a religion. Then for some unknown reason they were made "comercial" by whoever and I lost my interest. But believe me "lizard" is probably the best album for the Psychedelic period, many and acid trip and cool music to come down with. My vote will always be a "yes" for the group in any form untill the change set in.|
After all these years..living in Amsterdam... remember me...South African steve....writing myself ...would love to hear from you
|Comments:||I first heard your lyrics as a wee lad of 14 in 1969 whilst staring at that frightening cover art of "In the Court of the Crimson King" and on through Emerson, Lake & Palmer's music - wonderful words, evocative images, musical word-sounds......just discovered Song Soup on Sea. "Closer to Believing" with Lake's evocative voicings of your inspired, powerful lyric - has sustained me for years in the saddest of times. I did lay my heart on the table, lit the fires once more, and in the shuffling of dreams she appeared and is with me now.
A sincere and genuine note of gratitude for all that you have created and shared. You are wind-blown.
Jerry J in the States
|Comments:||many thanks for the inspiration and giving us taste for esoterism and secrecy...
lyrics here:: http://www.eden106.com/tripleentendres.html
|Comments:||The songs on Still have a rare, magical quality, it only gets better over time. Many tried, but very few attained - it can only come from the spirit. A beautiful Japanese LP circa 1982 is one of my treasures. For some reason I was inspired to google Pete Sinfield today and was rewarded by the discovery of Song Soup On Sea - thank you!|
|Comments:||I was listening to king Crimson Islands , for some reason I came to find this site, I knew you were part of some italian progressive records that I love so much.
This site brought me a flavour that I thought lost forever in the past.
This site is great
|Name:||Dimas Férnandez Otero|
|Comments:||You have done quite a job here, enlightening the visions that Peter Sinfield brought us! Thanks :)|
|Comments:||I miss you - cornflowers should be more blue and wine in the park more frequent.|
|Comments:||I liked so much of this site.
Red some of the articles. I'm lookin forward for time to finish it.
Thanks for yur work.
I look forward to buying your new remastered CD of Still. My daughter and I also like the clip from your upcoming CD. I have been a big fan of you and King Crimson for almost 40 years. I have the three King Crimson surround sound DVDs on order. I hope you get well and complete your album.
|Comments:||I am writing on behalf of Retro Fans Unlimited Barry Manilow Fan Club (http://www.barrysretrofansunlimited.com/retrofanclubinfopage.html)
Our club is sponsoring a raffle for the Manilow Music Project, which highlights the importance of music programs in U.S. schools with donations of instruments and materials to school music programs. We will be raffling the Barry Manilow Anthology songbook, which we are attempting to have signed by the many composers and lyricists whose works are included in the book.
We would be honored if you would sign "Keep Each Other Warm." Of course, we would pay for shipping in both directions.
Please do not hesitate to contact me or Kimberly Allison (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions or need additional information.
|Comments:||Ah Peter. Your lyrics have inspired me to write lyrics (I'm not good, but I am doing it...) and your work, I dunno, just fulfills.|
|Comments:||Nice to see 'Still' is getting the wire brush and dettol remastering. I for one can't wait for this. My cd of Still is taken from the vinyl issue.
|Comments:||Rope Burns - an idiosyncratic style and well worth the wait thank you.
Nice to see that you were able to attend the King Crimson playback - that must have been quite something. A great album and a great observation.
|Comments:||Very refreshing, stimulating place to visit
Nice to meet you !!
|Comments:||I've been a fan for 35 years at least of the first two King Crimson albums. As far as the explanations of the lyrics go, my thought is that you must have been very high on acid when you wrote the stuff.|
|Comments:||Amazing, eclectic, curious (and curiouser!) and enigmatic as always!!!
A P Sinfield admirer from way back (c1969)
|Comments:||There must be many posters asking after the new Pete Sinfield album. The blue neon clock fingers continue to sneak...! I have cherished my Blue Sleeve Vinyl copy for many years and have preserved it onto minidisc so as not to subject the vinyl to undue wear, or indeed underwear.
You are my favourite wordsmith and I thank you for your contributions to the music that I 'inhabit' most. My son (11) loves Epitaph and Moonchild but for me the Still album has quite a resonance.
|Comments:||Very interesting and informative website.|
|Name:||barry john sinfield|
I spend a lot of time either still playing in a band at 60 or family history. Of course, its a temptation to look at yours for any links, as many Sinfield's find a common source of Bedfordshire. I wondered whether you could help.
I have your parents Ian Stanley Sinfield married Deirdre Lane 1942 London.and maybe Percy A Sinfield married Florence E Cheeseman 1909 Fulham. I think Percy might have parents James Sinfield b 1822 Woburn Beds and Sarah ? b 1827 Barnet Herts.
Regards Barry Sinfield b 1948 Luton Beds now living in Derbyshire.
|Comments:||We are all getting older but the music will always be there|
|Comments:||my first time here so wait for further comm......!|
|Comments:||Well I just discovered you wrote the Karn Evil nine stuff off of ELPs Brain salad surgery. And Benny the Bouncer lol!!
I was a big fan of that album, and have been a huge King Crimson fan forever. So its weird that I never figured out the connection all these years till now. Thanks for your gifts of those words that have brought me great pleasure during my journey of existance!
|Comments:||...fasinating and intriguing... ghost like images of your lyrics have lived in my head for 37 years. I return to them with each new phase of my and re-examine them to check my reality against my past interpretations only to find...|
|Comments:||Why has no one said any thing for so long? I dont have an e-mail address at present tho u could try email@example.com.
I have a very old LP, "Still" , (I never gave it back), loaned to me many years ago by a much older friend! I wonder if he knows I Still have it? We are talking a long time ago, but we are still here!
|Comments:||Have been listening to this since its release. Forgive me, but it has been only within these last few years the realization come to me that the reason European, particularly British, bands wrote such heady stuff was the fact that they were educated in the classics, were exposed to the classics and were blessed by that influence. I agree to some extent the lyrics could not have been written with all the material exposed here, but to have this material available on one site tends to keep me here for awhile. Like the new face, kinda miss the old one.
The observed defines the observer.
|Comments:||I would like to thank you for giving my life the incredible influence of your music. Just after I watched Eric Von Doniken's "ancient astronauts" I listened to "Moonchild", and something clicked. I was in Northern Minnesota, two years later I was at Macchu Pichu in Peru and it all made sense. Your music was constantly going through my head. This is the beginning of a story I wrote about my trip.
A Day in My Life
“Moss covered, the carved rock stairway was as steep as a ladder leading straight up and out of sight into another denser part of the cloud we had been walking in most of the day. More or less out of touch with each other, extremely and frighteningly alone with a visible world of not more than 30 or 40 feet forming a circle around us, above, below, on either side and behind us, in the open space."
Thanks for your inspiration in my life.
Have a nice day
|Comments:||In the court of the crimson king - in my book, this ranks as the greatest debut album for any rock band - I believe Pete Townshend stated it perfectly - AN UNCANNY MASTERPIECE - I remember some time in 1988 in my student days when I first heard this album with its most standout album cover something like an extreme closeup of a paranoid schizoid face - and each and every one of those songs that I heard then, through the years, and will continue to do so long as I breathe...the poetry, the mood, the lyrical and musical interpretations that merit repeated listening for each time on can draw new meaning...
Just discovered your site ascribing your Poetic Vision...there's a lot of reading to be done and I have always been drawn to myths and legends - thanks Pete
an eternal fan
|Comments:||Wow! Was searching to view Caspar David Frederick. I'm also a prog-rock fan. King Crimson first LP I love,but the dark vision implies the opposite.I'm a great aficianado of Yes.I'm an artist and modern chan buddhist. in these dark times-we need light,but looking into the hopelessness of the grand scheme are those who rebel.We know that light exist.I see the impenetrable mountains but focus on the silence of the valley. Caspar was NOT exclusively dark, the sunlight and beauty that does exist-he has seen it and painted that too.the chalk cliffs. I've spent about 30 years making art of this nature.And nature speaks to me and it says to live and love ,but watch out too.
It is great to find others who perceive as I do.
|Comments:||some folks have commercial jingles stuck going round and round in their heads. i have sinfield poems doing that. song of the sea-goat, this time.
as band member, writer, producer and collaborator the esteemed mr sinfield gives me smiling.
|Country:||USA, but living in Canada|
|Comments:||You're an inspiration and have been for many years. I thank you for your artistry and vision and wish you every blessing life has to offer.
I knew a guy years ago who legally changed his name to Tetragrammaton and went on a pilgrimage to England to try to hook up with you. Don't know if he ever succeeded in his quest!
Echoes fade away on the evening breeze,
Reverberating down empty streets,
Only to extinguish themselves,
Among the myriad of evening symphonies,
Presented and performed,
By the millennium of creeks, groans, shudders and moans,
Inherited, counterfeited, discovered or invented,
By the inhabitants of the Universe,
Designed for communication.
Sorrowful though they may be.
For expressing the true depth of hearts, minds and souls,
Words are what we are left with,
When it comes to conveying a feeling, wish, desire, or impulse.
Oh woe to the intelligent well-read scholar,
With his over-abundant vocabulary,
Searching out his memory,
Spending endless futile hours,
Attempting to find the RIGHT WORD!!
Only to be discouraged and dismayed,
Determined to prove to himself if no one else,
That his path is the right one,
For his salvation and his understanding of reality.
Jim O’Leary November 1977
|Comments:|| I enjoyed all all your insights, and found it kind of fascinating, but am unschooled in the psychological references
Glad to come across your sight.
|Comments:||Hi Pete. We worked together at LEO 1962-8 or thereabouts. Prog Rock Britannia prompted me to read your Wikipedia entry and to visit www.songsouponsea.
Fantastic! I am ashamed to say that I had no idea you had gone on to such great things.
I well remember interesting/challenging conversations with you over a pint and a cigarette. A gentle, skinny guy with strong beliefs! Fun times!
Best wishes, Rog
|Name:||Jeralyn (& Sassy)|
|Country:||US (not them)|
|Comments:||A Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you, Mr. Sinfield. I think I'll go have a look/listen at the Christian apologist...|
|Comments:||Deseo conocer y estar enterado de sus actividades, gracias|
|Comments:||Ravi Zacharias - a Christian apologist in the tradition of CS Lewis quotes Peter Sinfield during a lecture on the existence of God:
|Comments:||"Truth and beauty" (Keats) live in your words, sir.|
|Comments:||..those who know and who are known|
|Comments:||GREAT site. THANK YOU!
Just wanted to say that Pete Sinfield is the greatest rock lyracist of all time and one of the greatest poets of the English language since Shakespeare.
It would likely be too much to ask that the world someday recognize his genius. But we can hope...
|Comments:||Just bought "still" on lp, sounds marvelous!
new album soon i hope :)
love from norway
|Comments:||Enjoyed the site very much.........GOD BLESS ALL..........'til next time|
|Comments:||Come climb aboard this sinking ship
Imagination's soulless trip
Where destination's seldom found
And hopeful ventures run aground
Remember when it used to be
Rejoice in life something to see
(excerpt from 'The Hallowed Halls of Freedom' ce 1994)
|Comments:||it is really a great music.I love it|
|Comments:||it is really a great music.I love it|
|Comments:||So perfectly happy that this site is being maintained. Love the updates! Will do some explorations to realize any additions to these pages. I have been listening to this LP since its release. The discovery of this interpretaion of it has led me down paths that have give a completion of this life, most especially during my return to being a student. Three and one half years in architecture with a change of major to philosophy and the discovery of Eric Hoffer and Bertrand Russell. Have since moved back to New Mexico residing in Alto. What a way to close out a life! Thanks.|
|Comments:||I've been a fan since '68 and I'm still taking the measure of your talents. It is humbling in the best sense of the word.|
|Comments:||GOOD SITE KEEP IT UP|
|Comments:||I was reminiscing with Islands (on vinal} when I decided to have a look on the net for Formentera lady. What a shock I got with the amount of info on King Krimson. Fantastic...|
|Comments:||Just surfing today, good site!|
|Comments:||how can I resist signing this guestbook??
sayith Edward Lear: "The Owl and the Pussycat went to sea.... on a beautiful green pea boat...." (see Eric Idle's reading of this classic)
|Name:||Saul Francis Burbridge|
|Comments:||Wow, i'm such a big fan of ll of your lyrics it's untrue. All of that wonderful stuff that you have written over the years. I'm absolutely inspired to go into literature because of your lyrics.
Thanks for the inspiration.
|Comments:||I love your vision of the wicked word=world....your written verse is light and darkness,good and evil,Poetic and Rock-contrary to anthing of the bland,always there to spark my interest....|
|Comments:||Im a crimson fan, pfm fan and I cherish my vinyl copy of Still, still. Thanks for all the magical lyrics Pete.|
|Comments:||The music and lyrics of King Crimson create the most beautiful, stimulating, and startling art that I believe I have ever come across. Well wishes to all who make, or have been affected by music, for it is the greatest gift we can hope to receive. Thanks for the words Pete!
|Comments:||I am a lifelong fan of Sinfield, King Crimson, PFM, ELP and saw many shows. Best wishes from Austin, Texas. I love all you guys! Keep the peace!
|Comments:||I bought Still in 1974 sometime after an ELP show. Possibly the famous New York Xmas concerts with Greg singing "Silent Night" and the choir sitting behind the stage with snow falling all around. THEN..it was snowing outside as well. Now that was well scripted!
I lost "Still" (the album) to a theif with 100's of other great albums some 20 years ago. I have chills when I think about that song and how great the lyrics were. Greg's voice on that could make me cry! Genius!!!
I have been trying to get the CD for 3 years. My CD store ordered it (Japan import) but the company it ordered from went under. So I just reordered again. I hope I get it this time. That album played many, many nights while I lived my life. I hope the knucklehead who stole all my music at least listen to Still before he tried to sell them! Missing great music here in South Florida!
never had enough listen to them
for 25 years.
|Comments:||I love this site. I am enjoying the dreambook and all the beautiful photos regarding the Islands inspirations. All the best to music lovers everywhere in 2008|
|Comments:||Happy new year!!!
King Crimson make me discover another side of me that i still digging...
Thank you so much!!
|Comments:||Just bought my son an digital photo player for Christmas. One of the first of my 1970's progressive LPs I wanted converted was "Still". Hope all is well with you. I probably have the only copy in Akron, Ohio, and now my son is enjoying it.|
|Comments:||This is to wish my favourite Capricorn happy birthday, and I'm glad that you are 'dawn, torn (and finally) reborn'.
Your card is in the snail mail and your present is waiting for the end of an e-bay auction (no, its not Hammond's bloody car).
I will definitely get in touch in the new year.
Love to you and to Jon
For 'thread of heaven'-ly thoughts.........
"Look out kid
It's somethin' you did
God knows when
But you're doin' it again"
I belong to the past
But I found You at last
For all what You did
I owe You some quid
I googled up your many scores
and came to think of Dinty Moores
There you were - two wardens
Of 9 A Harley Gardens
Is Peter Fearnside still around, I wonder
Or has he even moved down under?
According to King Crimson-scenes
You dropped the telephone-answering-machines
And Peter: If eternity took The Six Bells
we´ll have a Red Barrel somewhere else
|Name:||brad c dost|
|Comments:||i've admired & sang your work for a long time.
As a prolific artist your work influences my work.
Love, B r a d
I've been digging your lyrics since 1971, after the release of Lizard, in high school while studying at the Free School of Music in Puerto Rico.
Thank you for your insight, wisdom & inspiration.
|Name:||ALETCHE DE MEYER|
|Country:||SOUTH AFRICA NOW LIVING IN UK|
|Comments:||hey this is a strange question, i have been writting all my life i have published loads of poems in south africa, uk,usa but still i have no idea how to get my poetry out there how to make a living of it like you do and i want to ask you if there might be any posibility if you can maybe give me some guidens just read some of my poetry and tell me what you think. sorry it thats rude but it would honestly mean alot if you could help.|
|Comments:||YEEEEEEAAAh ! Why did you change the background photo|
|Name:||Johnny J Blair|
|Comments:||Amazing site! I've been around the song ITCOTKC since I've been 14, but I never realized how far the images went. A month ago I heard the song in the CHILDREN OF MEN movie. It was an effective scene. I haven't stopped listening to the track since. I'm trying it on an acoustic 12-string guitar for my solo act. I tune my guitar to the key of C in an E Major position. I'll let you know how that works out. All the Best, JJB|
|Comments:||Just to say I've moved my website. Still enjoying Still! All the best, Ray|
|Comments:||Still was one of my favourite albums back in the 70s and I have kept an eye out for it over the years (still have the vinyl copy). The other day I found Stillusion on iTunes and am enjoying it all over again (actually it's even better than I remebered). Also love Can You Forgive A Fool.
So, just thought I'd say that.
|Name:||Carol M. Nordmeyer|
|Comments:||So, did I get my question answered? No,but the reading was interesting and instructive. Here's the question:. No, first the why. I spent the '60's thru much later having, feeding, changing, burping, loving, furious, weeping, laughing...in other words, I raised 7 children. One thing I refused to do was to listen to their music (Neil Diamond and Bob Denver excepted). Now I am paying attention to music that is wonderful to hear, played at a local book store, and I'm certain it's from the '60 - '70's. One particular song is "Tryin' to Catch the Wind". OK, now here's the question: Who wrote it, and who is singing? The words make me think of Bob Dylin--which is ridiculous since all I know about him is that he's a poet/songwiter and wrote/sang protest and social commentary things. Somewhere I read/heard that his voice wasn't musical at all ("whining")so maybe it isn't Bob Dylin singing; the voice I'm hearing seems beautifully matched to the words. But nobody can tell me who"s singing. Can you? (Surely there aren't many male musicians who have recorded this song. Forgot to mention that there is guitar accompianment.)|
|Comments:||i still feel greatly moved by yours lyrics on court of the crimson king and wake of posiedon. i was in my mid teens when those albums came out and i still regard them as great works of art.....thanks, monty|
|Comments:||Hi Pete - long time no see. Hey, we're both still alive ! Regards, Brian|
|Comments:||We never did finish that script Pete...but what a great start we made. Life got in the way I guess...which is how it should be.
PS...are your initials. Now there's a thought.
|Comments:||Something keeps drawing me back to read on. Great site.|
|Comments:||Just a fabulous chap and not a little talented!!
Been a pleasure listening to your songs.
|Comments:||2007 ? Three great names on my personal dictionary : Deangelo, Green, Sinfield.
Take parisian accent in account if you read those words, please.