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Album: The ProjeKcts
Artist: King Crimson
1999 Discipline Global Mobile
CD (4 CD boxset): DGM9913

The boxset consists of...

CD1: ProjeKct One
Title: Live At The Jazz Café
1998 Discipline Global Mobile
CD:  DGM9913 - A

Band Members:
Tony Levin: Bass, Stick, Synth
Trey Gunn: Touch Guitar
Bill Bruford: Drums, Percussion
Robert Fripp: Guitar

Production mastering by Robert Fripp & David Singleton
A ProjeKct One production for King Crimson

Tracks:
1.  4 i 1
2.  4 ii 1
3.  1 ii 2
4.  4 ii 4
5.  2 ii 3
6.  3 i 2
7.  3 ii 2
8.  2 ii 4
9.  4 i 3
 

CD2: ProjeKct Two
Title: Live Groove
1998 Discipline Global Mobile
CD: DGM9913 - B

Band Members:
Adrian Belew: V-Drums
Robert Fripp: Guitar
Trey Gunn: Touch Guitar, Talker

Production mastering by Robert Fripp & David Singleton
A ProjeKct Two production for King Crimson

Tracks:
1.  Sus-tayn-Z
2.  Heavy ConstruKction
3.  The Deception of the Thrush
4.  X-chayn-jiZ
5.  Light ConstruKction
6.  Vector Shift To Planet Detroit
7.  Contrary ConstruKction
8.  Live Groove
9.  Vector Shift To Planet Belewbeloid
10.  21st Century Schidzoid Man
 

CD3: ProjeKct Three
Title: Masque
1999 Discipline Global Mobile
CD: DGM9913 - C

Band Members:
Robert Fripp: Guitar
Trey Gunn: Touch Guitar, Talker
Pat Mastelotto: Electronic Traps & Buttons

A Tön Pröb production by Robert Fripp & David Singleton with Pat Mastelotto and Alex R. Mundy

Tracks:
1-13.  Masque
 

CD4: ProjeKct Four
Title: West Coast Live
1999 Discipline Global Mobile
CD: DGM9913 - D

Band Members:
Robert Fripp: Guitar
Tony Levin: Basses, Stick
Trey Gunn: Touch Guitar, Talker
Pat Mastelotto: Traps and Buttons

A Tön Pröb production by Robert Fripp & David Singleton on behalf of ProjeKct Four

Tracks:
1-4.  Ghost (part 1)
5.  Deception of the Thrush
6.  Hindu Fizz
7.  ProjeKction
8-12.  Ghost (part 2)

(Submitted by Martin Plamondon, 17 Jun 02)

Notes: Bill Bruford kicked off the process Robert Fripp was to call 'fraKctalisation' when he suggested playing a series of live shows with Fripp. That plan became a quartet with Levin and Gunn, later titled ProjeKct One, but Fripp expanded the idea to a series of line-ups drawn from the then six members of King Crimson (Bruford, Fripp, Levin, Gunn, Belew, Mastelotto) to act, as Fripp put it, as R&D projects for the full band. Thus came ProjeKcts Two, Three and Four, but not in that order, and later ProjeKct X. Bruford later complained of the name, saying in a 2002 interview: "I hate that word project that you hear a lot. I donít do projects. Crimson wasnít a project and neither is Earthworks. These are life. You know, the way you work at it you want to work hard at it. The word project somehow puts it down. Iím living it. Youíre listening, talking to musicians, practicing, rehearsing, working Ė itís a full time gig. No doubt about it."

As well as this 4CD boxset, a 1CD reduction was released as The Deception of the Thrush. (HP, 17 Jun 2002)


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