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3CD box set presented with enhanced booklet. Musical visionaries Keith Emerson and Greg Lake planned to re-form ELP in 1984, however drummer Carl Palmer was unavailable. Into the frame stepped the legendary Cozy Powell, best known for his work with Rainbow and Whitesnake. Included is the band's one and only studio release: 'Emerson Lake and Powell' featuring three bonus tracks, their live album 'Live in Concert' and a CD of rehearsals, 'The Sprocket Sessions', only previously released in the 90s as a bootleg. The collection includes sleeve notes by Jerry Ewing, editor of PROG Magazine, who takes a forensic look at the band's short but impactful history. The band's self-titled studio album delivers material familiar in style to ELP with long progressive rock tracks, mellow ballads, and a classical theme ('Mars, the Bringer of War' by Gustav Holst, a piece previously performed by Lake during his tenure in King Crimson). All recordings have been re-mastered by renowned engineer Andy Pearce. This collection has been curated with the blessing of the Emerson, Lake and Powell families. If you are a fan of ELP, you cannot afford to have this part of the Emerson and Lake history missing from your collection.
3CD box set presented with enhanced booklet. Musical visionaries Keith Emerson and Greg Lake planned to re-form ELP in 1984, however drummer Carl Palmer was unavailable. Into the frame stepped the legendary Cozy Powell, best known for his work with Rainbow and Whitesnake. Included is the band's one and only studio release: 'Emerson Lake and Powell' featuring three bonus tracks, their live album 'Live in Concert' and a CD of rehearsals, 'The Sprocket Sessions', only previously released in the 90s as a bootleg. The collection includes sleeve notes by Jerry Ewing, editor of PROG Magazine, who takes a forensic look at the band's short but impactful history. The band's self-titled studio album delivers material familiar in style to ELP with long progressive rock tracks, mellow ballads, and a classical theme ('Mars, the Bringer of War' by Gustav Holst, a piece previously performed by Lake during his tenure in King Crimson). All recordings have been re-mastered by renowned engineer Andy Pearce. This collection has been curated with the blessing of the Emerson, Lake and Powell families. If you are a fan of ELP, you cannot afford to have this part of the Emerson and Lake history missing from your collection.
5060854800664
Complete Collection (Uk)
Artist: Emerson Lake & Powell
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. The Score
2. Learning to Fly
3. The Miracle
4. Touch and Go
5. Love Blind
6. Step Aside
7. Lay Down Your Guns
8. Mars, the Bringer of War
9. The Loco-Motion - B-Side
10. Vacant Possession - B-Side
11. The Score - Single Edit
12. The Score
13. Learning to Fly
14. The Miracle
15. Knife Edge
16. Tarkus
17. Pictures at An Exhibition
18. Lucky Man
19. Still, You Turn Me on
20. Love Blind
21. Mars Bringer of War
22. Touch ; Go
23. Pirates
24. The Score
25. Touch ; Go
26. Knife Edge
27. Pirates
28. From the Beginning
29. Lucky Man
30. Fanfare for the Common Man
31. Mars, the Bringer of War / Drum Solo
32. Medley - Karn Evil 9 (1st Impression)/ America/ Rondo

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3CD box set presented with enhanced booklet. Musical visionaries Keith Emerson and Greg Lake planned to re-form ELP in 1984, however drummer Carl Palmer was unavailable. Into the frame stepped the legendary Cozy Powell, best known for his work with Rainbow and Whitesnake. Included is the band's one and only studio release: 'Emerson Lake and Powell' featuring three bonus tracks, their live album 'Live in Concert' and a CD of rehearsals, 'The Sprocket Sessions', only previously released in the 90s as a bootleg. The collection includes sleeve notes by Jerry Ewing, editor of PROG Magazine, who takes a forensic look at the band's short but impactful history. The band's self-titled studio album delivers material familiar in style to ELP with long progressive rock tracks, mellow ballads, and a classical theme ('Mars, the Bringer of War' by Gustav Holst, a piece previously performed by Lake during his tenure in King Crimson). All recordings have been re-mastered by renowned engineer Andy Pearce. This collection has been curated with the blessing of the Emerson, Lake and Powell families. If you are a fan of ELP, you cannot afford to have this part of the Emerson and Lake history missing from your collection.
        
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