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3.38 | 19 ratings | 2 reviews | 42% 5 stars

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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 1999

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Ghost (8:50)
2. Heavy ConstruKction (9:14)
3. Light ConstruKction (8:32)
4. Deception of the Thrush (9:04)
5. Seizure (7:55)
6. Ghost 3 (12:13)
7. ProjeKction (10:11)

Total time: 66:01

Line-up / Musicians

- Robert Fripp / Guitar
- Tony Levin / Basses, Stick
- Trey Gunn / Touch Guitar, Talker
- Pat Mastelotto / Electronic Traps And Buttons

Releases information

The 7th Collectors' Club release (September, 1999).
Recorded live November 1, 1998 at The 7th Note, San Francisco.

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KING CRIMSON Live in San Francisco - The Roar of P4 (ProjeKct Four) ratings distribution

(19 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(42%)
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Review by Evolver
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Crossover & JR/F/Canterbury Teams
3 stars I seems that no matter what group of King Crimson musicians make up one of these ProjeKct groups, you get a similar product in the end: a disk full of interesting, but not astound improvs. Of course it helps that Robert Fripp, like in King Crimson itself, is the common thread throughout (but then how many people would pay to see a ProjeKct without the master himself?).

This like and ProjeKct disk, has nice, but meandering improv pieces, where again, the music doesn't go anywhere. They always sound like random ideas played by each artist, with rarely any interplay between the musicians.

Still, like any ProjeKct disk, it's worth hearing.

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3 stars In November 1997 King Crimson began a series of projects (or ProjeKcts) by fractals of the six members King Crimson existed of at that time. In October 1998 the third fractal was born, which was ProjeKct Four. It was assembled by Fripp, Levin, Gunn and Mastelotto. The first release from this p ... (read more)

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