Emerson Lake & Palmer - Black Moon  CD (album) cover


Emerson Lake & Palmer


Symphonic Prog

2.84 | 333 ratings

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2 stars It would be better if they never got back together to the studio and only play alive. So many years without ELP and they come up with an album that would be great to other bands, but not to one of the best progressive bands. This record is gold in comparison with their next studio album, "In The Hot Seat" (1994), in which only the first track counts and its average. In "Black Moon", there are some moments, like "Changing States", "Close to Home". But again, a band that once recorded Brain Salad Surgery could have reached further. The band just seem to be burned out. Except for Palmer, which is the same magician he always was.
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