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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by Frank'n'censed, Mar 12, 2016.
Perhaps their best ballad...From the Beginning
Life is a Karn Evil, believe it or not . . .
Tarkus of course:
me I like this one. Also "America" by the Nice.
One of my favorites.
Black Moon is somewhat maligned as an ELP album, but there are virtually no songs on that album that are just plain awful. Changing States was one of my favorites from that album.
Emerson's stuff in Rock music was completely out of left field. No one - and I do mean NO ONE - was doing the type of classical and jazz chord progressions hew was doing and making them arena classics. Very aggressive, focused, and audacious. And man I will miss his music.
Glass Hammer is the only substitute.
Big fan here. I would go with "Still, You Turn Me On" for Greg Lakes best balladizing.
Good on you, sir. How many "classic rock" fans have no idea that there is an entire section of 1st Impression before the "welcome back my friends" line?
I quoted this song title in conversation today...not sure they picked up on my reference?