Category Archives: Emerson Lake & Palmer

RTFACT ~ Life Is Good

  This band featuring some great musicians really cook up some great music. The band features Jeff Scott Soto, Nad Sylvan & Will Champlin on vocals, Oz Noy, Jeff Kollman, Rafael Moreira, & Josh Smith on guitars, Gary Meek on … Continue reading

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BEST OF 2017 MUSIC

    HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! There was so much good music that came out in 2017, so, I will give you some to give some listening to. These all came to me in 2017, so, if a 2016 release slipped … Continue reading

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Emerson Lake & Palmer ~ Once Upon A Time In South America

    This 4 CD (Box)set took me a long time to listen to. There is so much great music on these discs, you just don’t want it to end. This is a live set with 6 different places that … Continue reading

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King Llama ~ Return To Ox

  Another in the line of Jazz Fusion CD’s, which goes to show you just what a wide range we still have in talent that’s still out there. This is most definately a guitar album, but, on 2 tracks the … Continue reading

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Erik Norlander ~ Surreal

  First we had Keith Emerson and Rick Wakeman. Now we have Erik Norlander. You may know Norlander as the keyboardist from the band “Lana Lane”. She too, is on this album, at least on 1 track. There are six … Continue reading

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GREG LAKE ~ MANOUVERS

  This is a re-release of a long lost Greg Lake solo album. You get the same music & singing from Greg Lake with Gary Moore on guitar & songwriting abilities added. There is a more concise move to Progressive … Continue reading

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