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Emerson Lake & Palmer


Symphonic Prog

4.14 | 1854 ratings

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5 stars Today I want to manifest my disagreement, with the criteria which chooses the 100īs best prog albums of all time in this prestigious site...My total disbelief in this selection, was just to do not understand why this truly masterpiece of the music of all time was not included among other well deserved good records...This piece of music is the incarnation of the supertrio ELP, the pinnacle of progressive rock! Not even a second in this album is out of place, evry song has itīs indiviual sense of beauty and completitude. What can I say about The endless enigma..or the incredible musicianship and skills presented on trilogy (the title track). The ballad of the album figures among the best 10 balladas of all time in my humble opinion (From the beginning). The aggressiveness of A time and a Place reveals a band that was in control of all aspects of their own sound production, giving a final result that is stunning, which got the listener striked and, at same time, impressed with the near impossible Emersonīs skills at hammond organ. Composition and arrangements at their peak as it was in Brain Salad Surgery, these two albums represented their best period. Please, revise this clasification and include this marvellous record among the best of all time. I think ELP deserves it, regarding all they produced in the prog rock scene. For whom which donīt know this record, buy and listen to it immediately, it will open your mind!
fredfontes | 5/5 |


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