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TRILOGY

Emerson Lake & Palmer

 

Symphonic Prog

4.11 | 1483 ratings

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mohaveman
4 stars A solid album from Emerson, Lake and Palmer put out in 1972. I like "The Endless Enigma", both parts, "From the Beginning", "Trilogy", and "Living Sin" the best. "Bolero" goes on too long for my taste, and "HOedown" is just ok. I am not a huge ELP fan by any means, but would put this close to TARKUS level or BRAIN SALAD SURGERY level. Just a bit below, maybe closer to their debut album. A good example of early pompous classical prog, and is probably in most Progster's collection already. Overall, good, and maybe less "ot there" compared to their other releases.
mohaveman | 4/5 |

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