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David Cross

Early days: 1949-1960 Father was a church and cinema organist and played piano in dance bands. David started learning violin at the age of nine. First violin bought from a junk shop for £1.00. Played right back for school football team. Education: 1960-1967 Secondary school: A levels in Latin, Greek and Ancient History. Rugby player (Captain and Scrum-half). Started improvising. 1967-1970 Certificate of Education specialising in Music and Drama. Leader of College Orchestra. Formed folk rock band. 1993-1995 M.A. in Performing Arts (interdisciplinary performances, papers on structure in post-modern art music, the hermeneutics of rock journalism). Career: 1970-1972 Musician, Composer

Nothing is Sacred

Label: MoonJune Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Nothing is Sacred (Dice II); The Occult (Dice I); Bubble Bubble Bubble Bath (Wink); Solve et Coagula (Ghost I); Bubble Bubble Bubble Song (Sighs).

ARTICLE: MULTIPLE REVIEWS

Markus Reuter Times Three: Oculus, Shapeshifters & Sun Trance

Read "Markus Reuter Times Three: Oculus, Shapeshifters & Sun Trance" reviewed by Mark Sullivan

Markus Reuter wears many hats: touch guitarist; composer; improviser; soundscaper; and producer. This trio of simultaneous MoonJune Records releases (one technically a reissue) offer an opportunity to sample his music in all of those aspects. Markus Reuter Oculus Nothing is Sacred MoonJune Records 2020 “Oculus" is the name ...

Heaven & Earth: Live and in the Studio 1997-2008

Read "Heaven & Earth: Live and in the Studio 1997-2008" reviewed by John Kelman

Yet another year, yet another characteristically detailed and chronologically contextualized King Crimson mega-box set. Except that 2019 is no typical year. And Heaven & Earth is no typical King Crimson box set. While Heaven & Earth: Live and in the Studio 1997-2008 completes (well, almost) the series of box sets documenting King ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

King Crimson: Live in Newcastle, December 8, 1972

Read "Live in Newcastle, December 8, 1972" reviewed by John Kelman

"Never say never," or so the old adage goes. When it comes to music, there are two more that should be added: “farewell tour" and, most certainly as it relates to King Crimson's Live in Newcastle, December 8, 1972, “the complete recordings." This, the 48th in the veteran group's King Crimson Collector's Club series of archival ...

Ends Meeting

Label: Cherry Red Records
Released: 2018

Crossing the Tracks

Label: Cleopatra Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: David Cross: violin; Jurgen Engler: keys, programming; Sonja Kraushofer: vocals (1), Anne-Marie Hurst: vocals (3), Ofra Haza: vocals (5, 11); Kimerly Freeman: vocals (7); Marion Küchenmeister: vocals (9); Eva O: vocals (12).

Another Day

Label: Cherry Red Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Predator; Bushido; Last Ride; Going Nowhere; Trane to Kiev; Millenium Toll; Arrival; Come Again; Breaking Bad; Mr. Morose; Anthem for Another Day; Time Gentlemen, Please.

NEWS: RECORDING

King Crimson's David Cross & No-Man's Andrew Booker's Unreleased 2006 Album Ends Meeting

King Crimson's David Cross & No-Man's Andrew Booker's Unreleased 2006 Album Ends Meeting

David Cross was a member of King Crimson during the 1970s and Andrew Booker was a member of No-Man, Sanguine Hum and Peter Banks’s Harmony in Diversity. This PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED STUDIO ALBUM was recorded in 2006 but had not seen a release until now. David Cross said of the release “I met Andrew some years ago ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dialeto: Dialeto Live with David Cross

Read "Dialeto Live with David Cross" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

It's a question that inevitably finds every serious music listener: What do you listen to when you don't know what you want to listen to, other than you want to listen to “something different?" Howzabout Dialeto: Live with David Cross the next time this mood finds you? Is a set that simultaneously honors one ...


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