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Emerson, Lake & Palmer~ progressive rock 前衛搖滾團介紹
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ELP 與King Crimson關係深厚由上文可知,Lake 原是King Crimson的主唱與Bass

Emerson, Lake & Palmer – ELP  By this time, the band's stage act had grown to immense size. They traveled with 25 roadies and 35 tons of equipment, including a revolving drum kit, Quadrophonic sound, 32 sound cabinets, a grand piano that rose 30 feet into the air and flipped end over end, and a special lighting system. ELP returned to the US to play additional shows through March and April. 

On April 6, ELP played the biggest show in its career, when the band co-headlined ( with Deep Purple ) at the California Jam. The festival was held at the Ontario Motor Speedway, several other established acts including Black Sabbath, Black Oak Arkansas, Earth Wind & Fire and The Eagles. It was attended by 350,000 people. 

California Jam was filmed for television and later broadcast by ABC. This was the first time US viewers had seen ELP perform on television. Today, this video remains one of the most in-demand titles for collectors, especially because of the memorable shot of sequence where Keith Emerson was spun around and around, 40 feet in the air while playing his 9 foot Grand piano.  

Emerson, Lake & Palmer - From The Beginning (Lyrics), 1972 (triology)
There might have been things I missed 
But don't be unkind 
It don't mean I'm blind 
Perhaps there's a thing or two 

I think of lying in bed 
I shouldn't have said 
But there it is 

You see it's all clear 
You were meant to be here 
From the beginning 

Maybe I might have changed 
And not been so cruel 
Not been such a fool 
Whatever was done is done 
I just can't recall 
It doesn't matter at all 

You see it's all clear 
You were meant to be here 
From the beginning 

p.s.
From the Beginning is a song written by Greg Lake. It was released on their 1972 album Trilogy. It is driven by an acoustic guitar line with layers of electric guitar (both rhythm and lead), electric bass guitar, and sung by Lake, with some backing on drums (played by Carl Palmer with tympani mallets and without cymbals), and with a distinctive closing synthesizer solo from Keith Emerson, accompanied by overdubbed random synthesizer-generated effects. It hit #39 in the US and was their highest charting single.

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Emerson Lake & Palmer (Brain Salad Surgery Sessions) , 1973
Brain Salad Surgery It will murder you, it murdered me We made it for our enemy Brain Salad Surgery
We've got a ballad About a salad brain with assurgence in a dirty bit again.
Brain Salad SurgeryIt will work for you, it works for me Brain rot perversity Brain Salad Surgery
We've got a ballad About a salad brain with assurgence in a dirty bit again.


Lake & Palmer (Brain Salad Surgery Sessions) 1973 (Spanish Subtitles)
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