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If you like ELP you will love this. Great progressive sound with excellent guitar work from Marc Bonilla.Published 5 months ago by T. B. Moulton
This is a great record. Keith Emerson sounds like his old self, inspired , creative and talented. The addition of guitarist Marc Bonilla is an inspiration and adds greatly to the... Read morePublished 14 months ago by mitchell a.
Check my older review, same title - I gave away my other version to a friend... I like this one even better for the inclusion of "The Barbarian".Published 14 months ago by John D. Mcglynn
My fiance loves this guys music, so when I saw this on his wish list, knew I had to get it. It arrived in perfect condition and very quickly :)Published 19 months ago by Dawn Bellavance
Was looking for more Mark Bonilla and not Ketih Emerson - sounds too much like the old Emerson versus new stuff.Published on August 13, 2013 by Will Jansen
Some homage to ELP and some original direction too. I like it. Not like I liked Brain Salad Surgery, but it's growing on me.Published on June 6, 2013 by A. C. Buswell
Ever since the original ELP broke up in 1978, leaving us with the flat, uninspired "Love Beach", Keith Emerson's loyal fans have been too often disappointed. Read morePublished on May 11, 2013 by Eugene W. Muller
I'm an unabashed ELP fan so I'm biased towards almost anything that E, L or P do in the post-ELP world. So I loved this KEB CD. Read morePublished on April 1, 2011 by Tracybjazz
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|Keith Emerson Band featuring Marc Bonilla||
I am especially a fan of Marc Bonilla, and in lieu of more solo material from him, I am hoping that his work is prominent on this CD. Very much looking forward to this album.
Aug 12, 2008 by Christopher J. Desmond | See all 20 posts
|are the modern prog bands of the last 25 yrs. or so really prog?||
Short answer-no. Heavy metal guitar, intricate, smarty-pants tricky arrangements, and endless noodling to display pointless technological prowess are not what "progressive rock" was about............For a modern "progressive" band that really "gets" it, check out Big...
Apr 14, 2013 by Scott Daly | See all 2 posts