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Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Emerson, Lake & Palmer

Label: Atlantic - 781 519-2,Atlantic - 781519-2 • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock
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ILPS The album's initial Lake & Palmer - Emerson American release was several weeks later, in Januaryon Atlantic Records ' Cotillion Records subsidiary catalog no. SD Recording took place at Second Chance - Various - Freestyle To The Max #2 Studios in July when the group had yet to perform live, and lasted for three months.

The album was supported by the group's show at the Isle of Wight Festival. Reviewing in Christgau's Record Guide: Rock Albums of the SeventiesRobert Christgau said: "This opens with 'The Barbarian,' a keyboard showpiece not to slight all the flailing and booming underneath replete with the shifts of tempo, time, key, and dynamics beloved of these Emerson. Does the title mean they see themselves as rock and roll Huns sacking nineteenth-century 'classical' tradition?

Or do they think they're like Verdi portraying Ethiopians in Aida? From such confusions flow music as clunky as these heavy-handed semi-improvisations and would-be tone poems.

Not to mention word poems. The cover art painting is by the British artist Nic Dartnell. Although it has been said to be originally intended for the American group Spiritand that the bald-headed man on the left of the cover is Spirit's drummer, Ed Cassidythe artist denied this in an interview with Mike Goldstein of RockPoP: "I'd like to take a moment and dispel a rumor that, according to Wikipedia, the image is somehow linked to the LA band Spirit.

A very similar bird was featured in the corner of that painting. Lake & Palmer - Emerson got a message from Spirit to Lake & Palmer that if they had received their painting in time they would have put it on the back of Twelve Dreams of Dr.

The bald image Emerson "Bird" has no connection to Ed Cassidy of Spirit and doesn't look anything like him. Ed still has the Spirit portrait — so I'm told.

The end Emerson to the jazz arrangement by Emerson, starting with a modal based improvisation on top of the primary ostinato.

It comprises three movements, one for each of the three sisters of Greek mythology known as the Three Fates or Moirai ; ClothoLachesis and Atropos. Its overall length is a little under eight minutes. The "Clotho" movement was recorded at the Royal Festival HallLondon, with Emerson playing the venue's massive pipe organ. It features baroque and jazz influences ending in grand, sweeping arpeggios. The resonance of the final chords is curtailed by sound of explosions. Palmer's solo spot "Tank" was composed with Emerson.

The first section features Emerson on clavinet and piano, Lake on bass and Palmer on drums. The middle section is a drum solo. The final section features Emerson on clavinet and Moog synthesizer. The remixed versions have different track listings from the original album, omitting the first two sections of "The Three Fates" "Clotho" and "Lachesis" and "Tank" because the multitrack tapes for those pieces were unavailable, and adding unreleased material.

The 5. The remixed stereo versions include all of the above while adding more unreleased material. A vocal version of Mussorgsky 's "Promenade" the first live version of which appears on Pictures at Diamond Tooth - Dogheart - What Burns The Best Exhibition replaces the missing sections of "The Three Fates"; a new otherwise untitled "Drum Solo" by Carl Palmer similar but not identical to a section of "Tank" is added between "Rave Up" and "Lucky Man"; "Lucky Man" is followed by an unfinished alternate take of "Take a Pebble", complete with some studio banter; then an unreleased take of "Knife Edge", lacking vocals and final section; and Lake & Palmer two versions of "Lucky Man", the first being Greg Lake's original demo, the second an unreleased complete band version.

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    Emerson, Lake & Palmer is the debut studio album by the English progressive rock band Emerson, Lake & Palmer, released in the UK in November on Island Records (catalog no. ILPS ). The album's initial North American release was several weeks later, in January , on Atlantic Records ' Cotillion Records subsidiary (catalog no. SD ).Genre: Progressive rock, hard rock, classical.


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