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Emerson Lake & Palmer - Pictures At An Exhibition - 35th Anniversary Collectors Edition CD (album) cover


Emerson Lake & Palmer


Symphonic Prog

3.58 | 91 ratings

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4 stars ORIGINAL ALBUM REVIEW: This is not just another live album, this is totally new. Not at all, it was an adaptation from Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition (you know about it). But Mussorgsky would be proud of this guys. It's full of self-ideas and improvisations, that ELP improvisations! You can feel at the very beginning, The Gnome, these guys are playing with fun, they're music masters and are joking. At The Sage, you will taste the beautiful voice and acoustic song from Greg Lake, and if you like From The Beginning, you will love this song too. It's incredible to see how Keith can (always) improvise and experiment without mistakes, and Carl Palmer's drums easily follow his notes at any speed.

DVD ADDITIONALS: It's a good performance and a very enjoayable show. But the DVD is too short, and the special video effects are... annoying. But it worth for any ELP fan.

VOTOMS | 4/5 |


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