King Crimson The Power to Believe

King Crimson - The Power To Believe Tour Box (2003)  Music

Posted by uff at Jan. 4, 2016
King Crimson - The Power To Believe Tour Box (2003)

King Crimson - The Power To Believe Tour Box (2003)
Rock | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Discipline Global Mobile, DGM0301 | rel: 2003 | 340Mb

When King Crimson hit the road in 2003 in support of The Power to Believe (2003), they brought with them this very interesting piece of multimedia memorabilia only available at live shows. The Power to Believe Tour Box (2003) includes both a glossy 20-page, full-color book as well as a 65-minute audio CD containing excerpts from recent interviews as well as a few musical nuggets that almost got away. The contents are smartly boxed in a standard Amaray case – the same that retail DVDs are packaged in.

King Crimson - The Power To Believe (2003) {Sanctuary}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at Oct. 9, 2011
King Crimson - The Power To Believe (2003) {Sanctuary}

King Crimson - The Power To Believe (2003) {Sanctuary}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC(image)+CUE+LOG -> 320 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 118 Mb
Full Artwork @ 600 dpi (png) -> 272 Mb
© 2003 DGM / Sanctuary | SANCD155
Rock / Prog Rock / Art Rock

King Crimson guitarist/founder Robert Fripp's famous quote that "King Crimson is a way of doing things" has seldom seemed truer than on THE POWER TO BELIEVE. The group's second studio album as a quartet in the wake of old hands Tony Levin and Bill Bruford's departure fits fully into the ever-shifting but consistently regenerative Crimson continuum. "Level Five" and the multi-part title track are pounding, counterpoint-filled tunes that hark back to Crimson's oft-revisited touchstone "Larks Tongues in Aspic."

King Crimson - The Power to Believe (2003) - (Links Updated)  Music

Posted by qpinkjazz at June 28, 2006

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King Crimson - 2003 The Power to Believe
Genre: Progressive Rock | MP3 | CBR 256 | 93.95 Mb


The latest and, if recent musings from Robert Fripp are to be believed, possibly last King Crimson album sees the band heading off into a slightly heavier direction than in recent years. And a welcome move it is too. Predominently an instrumental album, only Eyes Wide Open, Facts Of Life and Happy With What You Have To Be Happy With have vocals, the style, complexity and sheer power of the music is reminiscent of the Starless and Bible Black / Red period of the band's history and is every bit as good.
King Crimson: The Road to Red (2013) [21CD + DVD + 2Blu-Ray Box Set] Re-up

King Crimson: The Road to Red (2013)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
21CD | Panegyric, KCCBX7 | ~ 6925 or 2581 Mb | Scans(jpg, 600dpi) -> 537 Mb
DVD9: NTSC, MPEG-2 Video, 720x480, 16:9, 15.1 Mbps, 29.970 fps | PCM, 1024 Kbps, 32.0 KHz, 2ch -> 6.45 Gb
2xBlu-Ray: BMDV, LPCM 9216Kbps, 2.0, 192Khz, 24bit / 4608Kbps, 2.0, 96Khz, 24bit / 13824Kbps, 5.1, 96Khz, 24bit
DTS-HD Master Audio 6493Kbps, 5.1, 96Khz -> ~ 27.0 Gb + 28.8 Gb
Progressive Rock / Psychedelic Rock | King Crimson 40th Anniversary Series

20 CDs of live material from the final USA & Canadian 1974 tours, 1 CD of studio material featuring a new stereo mix of “Red”…

King Crimson - The Elements Tour Box (2015)  Music

Posted by SERTiL at Nov. 22, 2015
King Crimson - The Elements Tour Box (2015)

King Crimson - The Elements Tour Box
Progressive Rock | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 140:30 min | 338 MB + 5% Recovery
Label: DGM | Tracks: 29 | Rls.date: 2015

2CD history of King Crimson featuring many extracts & tracks appearing on CD for the first time - released on the final day of the current EU tour. Originally available only at concert venues on King Crimson's sold out European 2015 tour. Much sought after by fans, hence more widespread release. The Elements tour box was devised specifically for the current King Crimson tour & as a companion volume to the highly successful 2014 tour box.
King Crimson - Happy With What You Have To Be Happy With (2002) {Sanctuary Records}

King Crimson - Happy With What You Have To Be Happy With (2002) {Sanctuary Records}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 228 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 82 Mb
Full Artwork @ 600 dpi (jpg) -> 22 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 2002 Sanctuary Records / DGM | SANEP123
Rock / Art Rock / Prog Rock

The relationship between this EP and King Crimson's Power to Believe (2003) long-player mirrors that of the six-track Vrooom (1994) sampler and subsequent full-length release Thrak (1994). The music perfectly contrasts the primarily instrumental and live Level Five (2001) EP by honing in on the latest lyrical contributions from Adrian Belew (guitar/vocals). The disc begins with "Bude," the first in a series of short spoken verses incorporating an electronically manipulated and harmonized Belew. The result is similar to the voice box effect used by Peter Frampton on "Do You Feel Like We Do?."
King Crimson - The 21st Century Guide To King Crimson: Volume Two [4CD Box Set '2005] *RE-UP

King Crimson - The 21st Century Guide To King Crimson: Vol.2 [4CD Box Set '2005]
EAC Rips | FLAC Images with CUEs & LOGs - 1,9 GB | Full Scans | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps - 718 MB
Progressive Rock | TT - 311:09 minutes | Label: Discipline Global Mobile | Cat. # DGM 0551-CD1~4

This set compiles what Robert Fripp contends is "a comprehensive overview for new ears of all that is necessary in the Crimson corpus". Going on to acknowledge that "old-generation completists might disagree with some choices, but material not included here is available for new-generation completists, should they wish".
King Crimson - Ulster Performing Arts Centre, Kingston, New York - November 14, 2003 (2006) {2CD DGM Official Digital Download}

King Crimson - Ulster Performing Arts Centre, Kingston, New York - November 14, 2003 (2006) {2CD DGM Official Digital Download}
FLAC (tracks) - 16bit/44kHz - Official Digital Download (dgmlive.com) -> 606 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 214 Mb | Artwork (pdf+jpg) | 5% repair rar
© 2003, 2006 Discipline Global Mobile / King Crimson / DGMlive.com
Rock / Art Rock / Progressive Rock

How best to describe the performance here? One word: savage. Taken from the FOH tapes recorded by Greg Dean and mixed with audience mics from the Multi-track ADATS by Alex Mundy, this is a powerful testament to the latitude and grasp of the Double Duo in the live arena. Level Five squashes all before it, packing in more musical weight and density into seven minutes than many groups manage over an entire career. A high-powered and potent version of Facts Of Life makes for compelling listening – the revved up solo from Fripp is a joy to behold as is Belew’s rollercoaster solo on LTIA IV.
King Crimson - Millenaris Centre, Budapest, Hungary - July 15, 2003 (2009) {2CD DGM 16/44 Official Digital Download}

King Crimson - Millenaris Centre, Budapest, Hungary - July 15, 2003 (2009) {2CD DGM 16/44 Official Digital Download}
FLAC (tracks) - 16bit/44kHz - Official Digital Download (dgmlive.com) -> 791 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 311 Mb | Artwork (pdf+jpg) | 5% repair rar
© 2003, 2009 Discipline Global Mobile / King Crimson / DGMlive.com
Rock / Progressive Rock / Art Rock

Whichever way you look at this is a significant show: the last time King Crimson played anywhere in mainland Europe. As such there’s a certain end-of-term aspect here - a rushing Dinosaur, a final flush in the cheeks of Red as it hits the finishing line. Humour plays its part as well when Belew quips to quell the photographers before a dazzling ConstruKction of Light.
King Crimson - Teatro Carlo Felice, Genova, Italy - June 21, 2003 (2006) {2CD DGM 16/44 Official Digital Download}

King Crimson - Teatro Carlo Felice, Genova, Italy - June 21, 2003 (2006) {2CD DGM 16/44 Official Digital Download}
FLAC (tracks) - 16bit/44kHz - Official Digital Download (dgmlive.com) -> 793 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 296 Mb | Artwork (pdf+jpg) | 5% repair rar
© 2003, 2006 Discipline Global Mobile / King Crimson / DGMlive.com
Rock / Progressive Rock / Art Rock

“It’s been a bit of a strange evening” says Adrian Belew near the end of the show. What can he mean? Well, there are moments when things get shaky (Ade has a rather squelchy brown moment during Dinosaur) and there’s a slightly distracted quality to Crimson’s overall performance here, particularly through EleKtric. Yet a minute later The Power To Believe II sees them embarking on a sublime voyage that goes to bliss and back in a little over seven minutes; Fripp launches a solo that takes him clean out of city and off into inner space.