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Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Jerusalem flac album

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Performer: Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Title: Jerusalem
Released: 1973
Style: Symphonic Rock
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.7 ✦
Other format: DXD MIDI XM AC3 WMA VOC MP1

Emerson, Lake & Palmer is the debut studio album by the English progressive rock band Emerson, Lake & Palmer, released in the UK in November 1970 on Island Records (catalog no. ILPS 9132). The album's initial North American release was several weeks later, in January 1971, on Atlantic Records' Cotillion Records subsidiary (catalog no. SD 9040). Recording took place at Advision Studios in July 1970 when the group had yet to perform live, and lasted for three months.

Emerson, Lake & Palmer (ELP) were an English progressive rock supergroup formed in London in 1970. The band consisted of keyboardist Keith Emerson; singer, bassist, guitarist and producer Greg Lake; and drummer and percussionist Carl Palmer.

Emerson, Lake & Palmer. Produced by Greg Lake. Album Brain Salad Surgery.

Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Jerusalem. Artist: Emerson, Lake & Palmer. Album: The Best of Emerson Lake & Palmer, 1994. Emerson Lake And Palmer Brain Salad Surgery Released: 19 November 1973. Keith Emerson - Hammond organs, piano, harpsichord, accordion, Moog Modular IIIc synthesiser, Moog Minimoog synthesiser Greg Lake - vocals, six and twelve string acoustic & electric guitars, bass guitar Carl Palmer - drums, percussion, gongs, timpani, percussion synthesisers (drum-based synthesiser triggers).

Miembros poseen este álbum3. 1. From the Beginning. Other productions from Emerson Lake And Palmer.

Emerson, Lake & Palmer's most successful and well-realized album (after their first), and their most ambitious as a group, as well as their loudest, Brain Salad Surgery was also the most steeped in electronic sounds of any of their records. The main focus, thanks to the three-part "Karn Evil 9," is sci-fi rock, approached with a volume and vengeance that stretched the art rock audience's tolerance to its outer limit, but also managed to appeal to the metal audience in ways that little of Trilogy did.