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ORIGINAL BOOTLEG SERIES FROM THE MANTICORE VAULTS VOL. 2

Emerson Lake & Palmer

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DISC-1 26 November 1972 Hammersmith Odeon, London
A RIGHT CORDIAL SHOCKER
1. Hoedown
2. Tarkus
3. Endless Enigma
4. Song Of The Swinging Symbol
5. Sheriff
6. Take A Pebble
7. Lucky Man

DISC-2 26 November 1972 Hammersmith Odeon, London
A RIGHT CORDIAL SHOCKER
8. Take A Pebble [conclusion]
9. Pictures At An Exhibition
10. Nutrocker

DISC-3 26 March 1974 Henry Lewit Arena, KA
WAITING FOR THE CORDUROY PURPOSE
11. Hoedown
12. Jerusalem
13. Toccata
14. Tarkus
15. Benny The Bouncer
16. Jeremy Bender
17. Take A Pebble
18. Still You Turn Me On
19. Lucky Man

DISC-4 26 July 1974 Rich Stadium, Buffalo, NY
MY DARLING NEMESIS... THE ILLUMINATI
20. Piano Improvisation /Take A Pebble
21. Karn Evil 9 [part 1]
22. Karn Evil 9 [part 2]
23. Karn Evil 9 [part 3]
24. Pictures at an exhibition

DISC-5 26 July 1974 Rich Stadium, Buffalo, NY
MY DARLING NEMESIS... THE ILLUMINATI
25. Hoedown [Rich Stadium Buffalo NY 26/7/74]
26. Jerusalem
27. Toccata
28. Tarkus
29. Take A Pebble
30. Still You Turn Me On
31. Lucky Man

DISC-6 26 July 1974 Rich Stadium, Buffalo, NY
MY DARLING NEMESIS... THE ILLUMINATI
32. Piano Improvisation
33. Take A Pebble
34. Karn Evil 9 [part 1]
35. Karn Evil 9 [part 2/start missing]
36. Karn Evil 9 [part 3]
37. Pictures At An Exhibition

DISC-7 30 November 1977 New heaven Civic Centre, New Heaven, CT STRANGELY BENEFICIENT
38. Peter Gunn
39. Hoedown
40. Tarkus
41. Take A Pebble
42. Piano Concerto [part 1] - Keith Emerson
43. Maple Leaf Rag
44. Take A Pebble
45. Ce'st La Vie
46. Lucky Man [not complete]

DISC-8 30 November 1977 New heaven Civic Centre, New Heaven, CT STRANGELY BENEFICIENT
47. Karn Evil 9 [first impression part 2]
48. Tiger In The Spotlight
49. Watching Over You
50. Nutrocker
51. Pirates
52. Fanfare For The Common Man

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Line-up / Musicians

- Keith Emerson / keyboards
- Greg Lake / vocals, bass, electric and acoustic guitar
- Carl Palmer / drums, percussion

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Sanctuary records CMXBX330

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3.72
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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(38%)
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Review by richardh
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5 stars Like vol one of the bootlegs this has poor sound quality but nevertheless is an essential document of progressive rock history.Included here is the mighty Rich Stadium gig,seen by many ELP fans as their greatest live perfomance.It's easy to understand why! The version of Pictures has to be heard to be believed.If this is not essential prog rock then I don't know what is.

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Review by Evolver
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2 stars Like Frank Zappa on his "Beat The Boots" releases, Emerson Lake & Palmer took bootleg recordings and released them on their own label. Like Zappa's recordings, these are of dubious quality. Unlike Zappa's recordings, there is really very little on them to give them value. And I happen to love the classic period of ELP.

The set consists of four pairs of disks, each pair a somewhat complete concert. Somewhat complete because some of the songs drop in after they had started, and some end abruptly. The albums, I presume have their original titles. They are:

"A Right Cordial Shocker" - Hammersmith Odeon, London Nov. 11 1972: The recording is very muffled sounding. You can barely make out the bass and drums. The first disk has a live version of Endless Enigma, as far as I know not on any intentional live ELP albums. Also, there is a quick rendition of a song called At The Sign Of The Swinging Cymbals, a song that had been used as the theme for an early sixties BBC radio program.

"Waiting For The Corduroy Purpose" - Henry Lewit Arena, Wichita Kansas March 26, 1974: The second best sounding set from this collection. It sounds like an audience member snuck in a tape recorder, as you can hear quite a bit of chatter during the songs. The bass and drums are slightly better than the previous album. This is basically the same set as on "Welcome Back My Friends..." with the addition of Benny The Bouncer.

"My Darling Nemesis...The Illuminati" - Rich Stadiun, Buffalo NY July 26, 1974: The worst recording of the lot. It sounds like it was recorded off of a cheap AM radio. The bass and drums are unintelligible. I can hardly bear to listen to it. Again, a similar set to "Welcome Back My Friends..." , with Pictures At An Exhibition played as an encore.

"Strangely Beneficient" - New Haven Civic Centre, New Haven CT, Nov. 30, 1977: The best sounding concert from the set. It sounds like a soundboard recording a couple of generations removed from the original. Although all the songs here can be found on real live releases, the board captures a lot of nuances from Emerson's keyboards that are not heard on other recordings.

All in all, this set shows how little the arrangements changed from concert to concert, other than occasional quoted passages in Emerson's solos. Unless you are a collector, bypass these and get "Welcome Back..." and the "Works Live" CDs to hear this great band in concert.

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4 stars Ok, The Sound Quality in this collection is not very good (again) to sometimes become a little boring, but it was very good listen to shows to the best phase of the trio (1972- 1974) without any overdubb or something else (welcome back my friends for example are complete songs re-done in their ... (read more)

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