Category Archives: Greg Lake

Keith Emerson & Robert Berry 3.2 ~ The Rules Have Changed

  This album was to be both a tribute to Keith Emerson & a follow up to the album To The Power Of Three by Emerson, Berry, & Palmer, otherwise known as 3. This album certainly does continue that wonderful … 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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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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