Welcome Back My Friends To The Show That Never Ends: Ladies & Gentlemen, Emerson Lake &

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/22/2011
  • Label: Sony Uk
  • UPC: 886978301420
  • Catalog Number: 7830142
  • Sales rank: 28,848

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Emerson, Lake & Palmer Primary Artist
Technical Credits
Alberto Ginastera Composer
Hubert Parry Composer
Friedrich Gulda Composer
Joe Sullivan Composer
Keith Emerson Composer
Greg Lake Composer, Producer
William Blake Composer
Robert Fripp Composer
Michael Giles Composer
Peter Granet Engineer
Ian McDonald Composer
Carl Palmer Composer
Peter Sinfield Composer
Andy Hendriksen Engineer
Hugh Gilmour Reissue Design
Malcolm Dome Liner Notes
Andy Pearce Mastering
Aaron Copeland Composer
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  • Posted November 9, 2014

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    Originally a triple LP in 1974, this album documents why art or

    Originally a triple LP in 1974, this album documents why art or classical rock music fell out of favor. The trio felt that they needed no backing musicians. As a result, Keith Emerson filled the spaces where a guitarist would have been. After a while, the keyboards become overwhelming, drowning Lake and Palmer in Emerson's ego. The sound is not as bad as some reviews on other sites claim, but neither is it 21st century. An anthology, and there are many, is a better way to meet ELP.

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