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Emerson, Lake & Palmer / Lake - The Anthology album mp3
  • Performer:
    Emerson, Lake & Palmer / Lake
  • Title:
    The Anthology
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  • Date of release:
    August 5, 2016
  • Recording date:
    March 26, 1971
  • Duration:
    03:40:39
  • Size FLAC version
    1578 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1971 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1979 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.1
  • Votes:
    852
  • Formats:
    MOD DMF ASF VQF MP1 AU

Artist: Emerson, Lake And Palmer. Album: The Anthology.

BMG will issue a new Emerson Lake & Palmer anthology across four coloured vinyl records in May. The Anthology (1970-1998) is a 4LP box set pressed on ‘galaxy effect’ coloured vinyl that features tracks from all the original albums. The coloured vinyl is half-speed mastered and this box comes with an insert with band photos and sleeve notes by Chris Welch. The Anthology (1970-1998) is released on 31 May 2019. Tracks taken from the album Emerson, Lake &Palmer (1970). Side Two. 1. Tarkus: i. Eruption ii.

ARTIST: Emerson, Lake & Palmer. ALBUM, TITLE: The Anthology. Release year, date: 2016. Another Great Album many thanks.

Emerson Lake and Palmer. Album, Ноябрь 1970, Rhino Records. The Best of Emerson, Lake & Palmer. Compilation, 1994, Rhino Records.

Emerson, Lake & Palmer is the debut studio album by the English progressive rock band Emerson, Lake & Palmer, released in the UK in November 1970 on Island Records (catalog no. ILPS 9132). The album's initial North American release was several weeks later, in January 1971, on Atlantic Records' Cotillion Records subsidiary (catalog no. SD 9040). Recording took place at Advision Studios in July 1970 when the group had yet to perform live, and lasted for three months.

Side 1 - From the album "Emerson, Lake & Palmer", 1970 1. The Barbarian 2. Take A Pebble 3. Knife-Edge 4. Lucky Man. Side 2 - From the album "Tarkus", 1971 1. Stones Of Years iii. Iconoclast i. Only for completionists (0%).

Produced by Greg Lake, this career-spanning set has 39 tracks from the years 1970 to 1998, with the choice of material approved by the band. It is presented in special casebound book packaging with detailed, informative sleeve notes, and illustrated with rare band photographs

I love 70s Brit Prog Rock. Even so, I have to admit that I really lost my fascination for ELP after ‘Brain Salad Surgery’ was issued. There's not much to be said about the band’s overall accomplishment. As for the live performance overkil. ’ll pass. If you're new to this era of Prog Rock, give it a listen.

Credits

Johann Sebastian Bach - Composer
Béla Bartók - Composer
William Blake - Composer
Aaron Copland - Composer
Geoffrey Downes - Composer
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Arranger, Composer, Primary Artist
Eraser - Lyricist
Kim Fowley - Arranger
Hugh Gilmour - Artwork
Alberto Ginastera - Composer
Leos Janáček - Composer
Lake - Primary Artist
Greg Lake - Arranger, Composer, Lyricist
Meade "Lux" Lewis - Composer
Henry Mancini - Composer
John Mayer - Composer
Modest Mussorgsky - Composer
Andy Pearce - Mastering
Sergey Prokofiev - Composer
Joaquín Rodrigo - Composer
Peter Sinfield - Composer
Chris Welch - Liner Notes

Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 The Barbarian Béla Bartók Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 4:31
2 Take a Pebble Greg Lake Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 12:31
3 Knife Edge Johann Sebastian Bach / Leos Janáček Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 5:07
4 Lucky Man Emerson, Lake & Palmer Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 4:37
5 Tank Greg Lake Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 6:48
6 Tarkus: Eruption/Stones of Years/Iconoclast/Mass/Manticore/Battlefield/Aquatarkus Emerson, Lake & Palmer Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 20:38
7 Bitches Crystal Emerson, Lake & Palmer Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 3:58
8 The Only Way (Hymn) Emerson, Lake & Palmer Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 3:46
9 Infinite Space (Conclusion) Emerson, Lake & Palmer Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 3:20
10 A Time and a Place Emerson, Lake & Palmer Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 2:59

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 The Sage [Live at Newcastle City Hall, 1971] Greg Lake Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 4:44
2 The Great Gates of Kiev [Live at Newcastle City Hall, 1971] Modest Mussorgsky Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 6:06
3 Nutrocker [Live at Newcastle City Hall, 1971] Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 4:08
4 The Endless Enigma, Pt. 1 Emerson, Lake & Palmer Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 6:40
5 From the Beginning Greg Lake Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 4:13
6 The Sheriff Emerson, Lake & Palmer Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 3:20
7 Hoedown Aaron Copland / Emerson, Lake & Palmer Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 3:43
8 Abaddon's Bolero Emerson, Lake & Palmer Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 8:07
9 Jerusalem William Blake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 2:45
10 Toccata Alberto Ginastera Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 7:20
11 Still… You Turn Me On Greg Lake Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 2:52
12 Karn Evil 9 1st Impression, Pt. 1 Emerson, Lake & Palmer / Peter Sinfield Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 8:36
13 Karn Evil 9 1st Impression, Pt. 2 Emerson, Lake & Palmer Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 4:49
14 Toccata [Live in Anaheim, 1974] Alberto Ginastera / Emerson, Lake & Palmer Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 7:26

Track List - Disc 3

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Piano Concerto No.1 [1st Movement] (Allegro Giojoso) Emerson, Lake & Palmer Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 9:24
2 Fanfare for the Common Man Aaron Copland Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 9:42
3 Brain Salad Surgery Emerson, Lake & Palmer / Peter Sinfield Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 3:08
4 I Believe in Father Christmas Greg Lake / Sergey Prokofiev / Peter Sinfield Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 3:19
5 Honky Tonk Train Blues Meade "Lux" Lewis Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 3:11
6 Peter Gunn [Live 1977/1978] Henry Mancini Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 3:37
7 C'est la Vie [Live at Olympic Stadium, Montreal, 1977] Greg Lake / Peter Sinfield Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 4:15
8 Love Beach Greg Lake / Peter Sinfield Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 2:45
9 Canario Joaquín Rodrigo Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 4:00
10 Pirates [Live in Nassau 1978] John Mayer / Emerson, Lake & Palmer / Peter Sinfield Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 13:34
11 Affairs of the Heart Geoffrey Downes / Greg Lake Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 3:48
12 Romeo and Juliet Sergey Prokofiev Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 3:42
13 Hand of Truth Emerson, Lake & Palmer Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 5:23
14 Paper Blood [Live] Emerson, Lake & Palmer Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 4:13
15 Tiger in a Spotlight [Live, NOW Tour, 1997/1998] Emerson, Lake & Palmer / Peter Sinfield Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer 3:34

Bad Sunny
ELP's best music can be fit onto three CD's, while keeping up the quality. However, this CD collection contains too much second-rate stuff. The following collection will give you the best of this fantastic prog rock band, and is all you really need:This two-CD set is not what I would have compiled. For a better collection, consider the following:CD 1: Lucky man, Take a Pebble, Knife Edge, Tarkus, Time and a place, The endless enigma suite, From the Beginning, Jeremy Bender, the Sheriff, Hoedown, Trilogy.CD 2: Jerusalem, Toccata, Still you Turn me On, Benny the Bouncer, Karn Evil 9 all impressions, The score, When Apple blossoms bloom, Brain Salad Surgery, Pictures from an exhibition (studio version)CD 3: Fanfare for the Common Man, C'est la vie, Pirates, Lend to me your love tonight, Hang on to a dream, Closer to believing, Tiger in the spotlight, Watching over you, I believe in Father Christmas, All I want is you, Peter Guinn, Touch and Go, Lay down your guns, Talkin' about, Black Moon, Afffairs of the Heart, Daddy
Fordrekelv
I love 70s Brit Prog Rock. Even so, I have to admit that I really lost my fascination for ELP after ‘Brain Salad Surgery’ ['73] was issued. While there are many excellent songs scattered throughout this anthology... There's not much to be said about the band’s overall accomplishment. As for the live performance overkill… I’ll pass. If you're new to this era of Prog Rock, give it a listen. Simply, if you're like me... There is hence much more accomplished Prog Rock from the same period that is to this day staggeringly gorgeous and tremendously entertaining. Think King Crimson, Yes, Gentle Giant, PFM, et al. Thus, here's my rather subjective point of view regarding this compilation. Blech. ‘Nuff said. Almost ‘nuff, because I mean... What can be said about a keyboard player who tumbles around like a dryer sheet while performing live as if it were...? Progressive??My suggestion: Borrow it from your local library.Fav Tracks: Lucky Man, From the Beginning, Take a Pebble. Basically, Greg Lake vocals coupled with a King Crimson styling & lyrical poetic license. Why he left KC is a story unto itself.