The Crimson ProjeKCt Announce ‘Live In Tokyo’


The Crimson ProjeKCt, the King Crimson offshoot featuring 3 current members of that historic band, has announced the release of ‘Live in Tokyo’ through InsideOutMusic on the 3rd March 2014. Coinciding with a full European tour, the band had this to say about the release: ‘The Crimson ProjeKCt is happy to announce the release of their first official CD “Live in Tokyo” via Inside Out. Performances of classic KC pieces were recorded at Club Citta’ in Tokyo, Japan in March 2012 and represent the sonic power of this unique band. They were meticulously mixed and mastered in pristine sound quality by TCP guitarist Markus Reuter and his award winning ‘Unsung Productions’ team.’

Featuring the talents of Adrian Belew, Tony Levin, Pat Mastelotto, Markus Reuter, Julie Slick and Tobias Ralph; The Crimson ProjeKCt primarily focus on repertoire from the early 1980s through to the mid-90s. The band has a “double trio” line-up, as made popular by Crimson between 1994 – 1997. The full track-listing for the CD & Digital release can be found below:

  1. B’Boom
  2. THRAK
  3. Frame By Frame
  4. Dinosaur
  5. Industry
  6. Elephant Talk
  8. Sleepless
  9. Larks’ Tongues In Aspic Part II
  10. Indiscipline
  11. Red
  12. Thela Hun Ginjeet

As mentioned previously, The Crimson ProjeKCt will head out on tour in 2014, and those dates are as follows:

The Crimson ProjeKCt Tour 2014

7th January – The Venue, Auckland – New Zealand

9th January – The Hi-Fi, Melbourne – Australia

10th January – The Hi-Fi, Sydnet – Australia

11th January – The Hi-Fi, Brisbane – Australia

14th January – Fly By Night, Fremantle – Australia

5th March – Heichal Tarbut, Tel-Aviv – Israel

6th March – Bingo Club, Kiev – Ukraine

7th March – Usine A Gaz, Nyon – Switzerland

8th March – Amager Bio, Copenhagen – Denmark

9th March – Cosmopolite, Oslo – Norway

11th March – Ziquodrome, Compiegne – France

12th March – O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, London – UK

13th March – Trabendo, Paris – France

14th March – De Boerderij, Zoetermeer – Netherlands

16th March – Arena Club, Moscow – Russia

17th March – Palace of Culture Lensoveta, St. Petersburg – Russia

19th March – Palladium Club, Warsaw – Poland

20th March – Klub Studio, Krakow – Poland

21st March – Neuberin Halle, Reichenbach – Germany

22nd March – Konzerthause, Karlsruhe – Germany

23rd March – Frankfurter Hof, Mainz – Germany

25th March – Grughalle, Essen – Germany

26th March – Z7, Basel – Switzerland

27th March – Archa Theatre, Prague – Czech Republic

29th March – Auditorium Supercinema, Chieti – Italy

30th March – Auditorium Manzoni, Bologna – Italy

31st March – Auditorium Verdi, Milan – Italy

1st April – Auditorium Parco della Musica, Rome – Italy

2nd April – Viper Theatre, Firenze – Italy


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