Pictures At An Exhibition
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On 21st March 1971, at Newcastle City Hall - with ELP’s extroverted stage act becoming the stuff of legend - they recorded a new feature of their live concerts, a rock adaptation of Mussorgsky's ‘Pictures at an Exhibition’. The ‘Pictures At An Exhibition’ (1971) album was another major hit, reaching U.K. No.3 and U.S. No.10 Disc 1 is the original 1971 album newly remastered from the original master tapes in 24 Bit / High Density format by highly renowned rock Mastering engineer Andy Pearce plus bonus track ‘Pictures At An Exhibition’, recorded live at Mar Y Sol Festival, Puerta Rico 1971 Disc 2: Alternate album - Live At The Lyceum, London, December 1970, ‘sonically improved’ by Andy Pearce for this release CD booklet features extensive notes of new 2016 interview with band members Keith Emerson and Greg Lake, by legendary rock journalist Chris Welch LP is the 2016 new 24 Bit / High Density remaster of the original 1971 album, with original gatefold LP sleeve and artwork, faithfully reproduced Digital versions are: Standard, Made for iTunes and Hi Density, all taken from the 2012 remasters www.emersonlakepalmer.com https://www.facebook.com/EmersonLakePalmer?fref=ts
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What, again? I swore I wouldn't buy another edition of ELP Pictures! But, the reviews here convinced me to bite the bullet are try it. Listen: The reviews here are more than accurate. I have owned every release of ELP's Pictures since it was first released. I've got the original, the Japanese, the Rhino...come on!
I saw ELP on every US tour, except Black Moon. I am still not over Keth's death. I never will be, I guess. I AM am ELP fan.
Listen to this recording and imagine 3 young musicians with the ability and audacity to tackle Mussorgsky's masterpiece with such flair and depth. This is amazing stuff and this edition has surpassed all others in its clarity, depth and production. Palmer's drums are probably the biggest improvement to my ancient ears, but the church organ and moog also sound much better than they on previous remasters. AS I listened to it, I was refreshed.
R.I.P. Keith Emerson, and as for you there reading this...buy the damn thing. Crank it.
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In 1971, the progressive rock band Emerson, Lake, and Palmer recorded a live rendition of “Pictures at...Read more