Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Pictures At An Exhibition
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Emerson, Lake & Palmer

Pictures At An Exhibition
1971 Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. The album "Pictures At An Exhibition" by Emerson, Lake & Palmer was released in 1971, and it is a live recording of a performance by the band at the Newcastle City Hall in 1970. The album is a tribute to the classical composer Modest Mussorgsky and his composition of the same name, which was written in 1874.

The idea for the album came from the band's keyboardist, Keith Emerson, who was a fan of Mussorgsky's work. He arranged the piece for the band, and they performed it live in concert. The performance was recorded and released as an album.

The album was a critical and commercial success, peaking at number 10 on the UK charts and number 43 on the US charts. It is considered one of the band's best works and a classic of progressive rock. The album features powerful and intricate keyboard work from Emerson, virtuosic bass playing from Greg Lake, and complex drumming from Carl Palmer.

Over the years, the album has been reissued multiple times with additional tracks and remastered sound. It has also been performed live by other artists, including the Trans-Siberian Orchestra and the Dutch rock band Focus.

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  • Genre: Rock
  • Type: Used - LP
  • Label: Cotillion
  • Catalog ID: ELP 66666
  • Condition:
    Vinyl:
    Near Mint (NM or M-)
    Sleeve:
    Very Good Plus (VG+)
  • Country ID: US
  • SKU: 175338

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