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Emerson Lake & Palmer


Symphonic Prog

4.23 | 2001 ratings

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3 stars One Amazing symphonic journey. This is probably my favorite ELP album, except for maybe Brain Salad Surgery. Emerson is a master of his respective instrument. Starting with the delightfully ominous Barbarian, then onto the nice take a penny. moving forward into one of my favorites knife edge, onto the three part suite three fates leading into the track tank which showcases some excellent drumming. finishing off with the beautiful ballad lucky man this, along with the moody blues, is some of the best symphonic prog rock out there. If you are into anything like King Crimson, or the moody blues, you will absolutely love this album. I Highly Recommend this one.
Alitare | 3/5 |


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