ELP “Pictures at an Exhibition”

RIP Keith Emerson who died March 10, 2016 in Santa Monica, California at 71.

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ELP "Pictures at an Exhibition ELP “Pictures at an Exhibition”

If you where asked to name three progressive rock bands of the 1970’s almost everybody asked would have these two bands on the list. The first being the progressive rock rock band Yes who’s music got much more air play on the radio since they tended to be a more mainstream and the other would be Emerson Lake & Palmer (ELP). We here at Forgotten Rock Classics tend to lean more on the side on ELP as the greatest progressive rock more then Yes. Maybe we are a little bias on our opinion being that we rank or first ELP as one of the best concerts we have ever been to. Carl Palmer’s drum solos alone were worth the price of admission.

Pictures at an Exhibition is ELP’s take on the Russian composer Modest Mussorgsky’s piano suite Pictures at an Exhibition and was recorded…

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