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Emerson Lake & Palmer


Symphonic Prog

3.41 | 31 ratings

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4 stars A nice little collection of animated ELP live material. Killer renditions of Tarkus and Fanfare. Includes some rarer material live like Touch And Go, performed in the 90s, drum solos in the 70s. There is 3 discs worth of material, plus a fourth disc of audience bootlegs. The 3 discs of soundboard recordings are just that... very low if audible integration of audience mikes, so it sounds like very raw studio work most of the time. I would prefer to listen to much of the material on this album compared to some of the live releases, like Works Live or Live At The Royal Albert Hall. Nice job ELP and a nice record cover to boot....

I cannot wait for another ELP studio album though. I think ELP has a lot of room to grow still. As this album shows, they have perfected their old music already!

RoyFairbank | 4/5 |


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