Live in New Haven

You know it's been one hell of gig when Robert Fripp gets off his stool, wanders centre stage and says "It's exceptional nowadays that I step to a microphone and say 'good evening, Hippies', but at the completion of this stage of King Crimson touring in America, perhaps something more is needed." At which point he holds up a bra that's been thrown onto the stage during the show and then proceeds to give away the undergarment with a KC trivia quiz!

Available on CD as part of the King Crimson Collectors Club.
TRACK
TIME
01
The Power To Believe I
00:45
02
Level Five
07:17
03
The ConstruKction Of Light
09:20
04
Facts Of Life
05:49
05
EleKtriK
07:58
06
The Power To Believe II
08:10
07
Dinosaur
07:04
08
One Time
07:41
09
Happy With What You Have To Be Happy With
03:52
01
Dangerous Curves
06:01
02
Larks' Tongues In Aspic Part IV
10:34
03
The Power To Believe III
08:27
04
Elephant Talk
07:19
05
Red
06:46

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Written by George Peterman
Toad's Place - the home of rock and roll!
If I remember correctly, the question was "What is the first line of Sailor's Tale?" Great show! My daughter and I went to meet Trey before the show as he was doing a signing of the album cover with the artist who designed it (long gone - one of my students dumped water on it and ruined the thing). This is a must have!
Written by Jeff Grondahl
Please release this!!
This show was amazing... my favorite performance of the Crim I’ve seen. I’d love to see this as a KCCC release, but would take a download as well. This deserves to see the light of day for many reasons, not the least of which is the storming performance. I do have to say that it being the last U.S. performance of the Double Duo as well as Trey Gunn is a nice point, but I would have to go with Fripp’s rare and quite welcome decision to stand up and address the audience ("Thank you for the balloons and the undergarments, but you’re all a bunch of hippies!"... said with a laugh!) followed by his trivia contest to win the aformentioned undergarments. Surely all Crimson fans deserve the right to hear our fearless leader in such a rare light!!! This performance STRONGLY deserves to be a KCCC release as I said before, but even just a download would do!!
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