Emerson, Lake And Palmer: Live At Montreux 1997
Label: EAGLE RECORDS
Disc: 1 1. Karn Evil 9 1st Impression, Part 2 2. Tiger In A Spotlight 3. Hoedown 4. Touch And Go 5. From The Beginning 6. Knife Edge 7. Bitches Crystal 8. Creole Dance 9. Honky Tonk Train Blues 10. Take A Pebble Disc: 2 1. Lucky Man 2. Medley: Tarkus / Pictures At An Exhibition 3. Medley: Fanfare For The Common Man / CarminaBurana / Carl Palmer s Drum Solo / Rondo / Toccata & Fugue In D Minor
Emerson, Lake and Palmer, known to all as ELP, were progressive rock s first supergroup. Keith Emerson (keyboards) came from The Nice, Greg Lake (guitar, bass & vocals) from King Crimson and Carl Palmer (drums) from Atomic Rooster. Formed in 1970 they were an instant success and went on to have a series of huge selling albums throughout the seventies before splitting up in the early eighties. Reunited in the early nineties they produced a new album, Black Moon, and began to tour again. In 1997 they embarked on a world tour which included this superb performance at Montreux on July 7.