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WORKS VOL. 2

Emerson Lake & Palmer

 

Symphonic Prog

2.34 | 417 ratings

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4 stars We are far away here from the long epic progressive song that ELP used to compose in the previous years. The songs are short (3-4 minutes). The record contains different styles of music: jazz, honky tonk?, dixieland?, ragtime?, big band?, folk... One thing is sure: the record sounds VERY retro. The sound is amazingly good, so that it makes a very dynamic album full of life. The keyboards are very colorful and melodic. There are many saloon ambiance piano parts, and the keyboards often sound like brass arrangements. The drums are rather complex and varied. There are some acoustic guitar parts, excellent percussions and very good lead vocals.
greenback | 4/5 |

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