Ok, I have another question for Jerry
This is a bit of a side one that doesn't have too much to do with PG's work, so I'm happy if it doesn't get asked in favour of other people, but if Jerry has a chance to answer somehow, I'd love to hear his response:
A little while ago I found this video on Youtube of a jam that you, Tony Levin and Phil Keaggy participated in in New Jersey a few years back, I think at the tail of one of Phil's shows. I was amazed (in a great way!) to see three musicians whose music I've listened to for what seems like (and probably is) most of my life (Phil's solo and instrumental stuff, Tony's stuff with PG and King Crimson, and your stuff with PG in particular), in the same room playing a public jam!
Can I ask how you and Tony know Phil (I think I can at least guess how you and Tony know each other...), and whether there are other places you three have played together (perhaps on a record?). I'd love to hear more of this stuff.!
For those interested, the video I linked is a part of the jam these three guys played that was based on PG's Don't Give Up. Jerry kicks it off with a rolling 4 kind of feel, and then Tony comes over it with a 4/4 version of the song's bassline, which gives it an interesting new rhythm.