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Songs / Tracks Listing

1.01 The Power To Believe I 0:45
1.02 Level Five 7:16
1.03 The ConstruKction Of Light 9:19
1.04 Facts Of Life 5:48
1.05 EleKtriK 7:58
1.06 The Power To Believe II 8:09
1.07 Dinosaur 7:04
1.08 One Time 7:40
1.09 Happy With What You Have To Be Happy With 3:51

2.01 Dangerous Curves 6:00
2.02 Larks' Tongues In Aspic: Part Four 10:34
2.03 The Power To Believe III 8:26
2.04 Elephant Talk 7:18
2.05 Red 6:45

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Discipline Global Mobile ‎- CLUB44
2CD Club Edition
Recorded at Toad's Place, New Haven, CT

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Review by Warthur
4 stars A decent live recording of the last date on King Crimson's 2003 US tour in support of the Power To Believe Album. Like most live sets that have been salvaged from this tour, the setlist is heavy on then-recent Crimson material - The Power To Believe, plus material from The ConstruKction of Light rendered more interesting thanks to extensive live refinement, plus a pinch of VROOOM. In addition, we get the encores here - a little Elephant Talk to remember the 1980s lineup of the band by, and a spot of Red to represent the band's original 1969-1974 run.

With more recent King Crimson live sets largely being exercises in exploring the band's entire back catalogue, Live In New Haven might represent King Crimson at the furthest extent of their musical experimentation into uncharted territory, prior to this (still valuable and interesting) round of exploration of their legacy that they've turned to in the intervening decade or so.

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