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Emerson, Lake & Palmer Δ Tarkus (2cd/1dvd)

Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Tarkus (1971, 2012)

Emerson, Lake & Palmer Δ Tarkus 
Location: Todmorden, Dorset, Birmingham, England
Album release: 1971/July 30th, 2012
Record Label: Manticore, Sony Music/Legacy // BurningShed 
An essential reissue of ELP's ambitious 1971 sophomore release.
The searing 22 minute anti-war title suite is arguably the most celebrated composition in ELP's history.
The original album is augmented by several previously unreleased songs and alternate versions.
Presented as a deluxe 2012 2cd/1dvd version featuring stereo and 5.1 mixes from the patron saint of surround sound, Mr Steven Wilson, the armour-plated armadillo has never sounded so good.
The comprehensive booklet contains sleeve notes by Chris Welch.
Tracks:
CD 1 - Tarkus (1971):
01. Tarkus (20:43)
- a. Eruption (2:44)
- b. Stones Of Years (3:44)
- c. Iconoclast (1:16)
- d. Mass (3:12)
- e. Manticore (1:52)
- f. Battlefield (3:51)
- g. Aquatarkus (4:04)
02. Jeremy Bender (1:51)
03. Bitches Crystal (3:58)
04. The Only Way (Hymn)(3:49)
Toccata in F and Prelude VI (themes used in intro and bridge only)composed by: Bach
05. Infinite Space (Conclusion)(3:20)
06. A Time And A Place (3:02)
07. Are You Ready Eddy? (2:10)
CD 2 - 2012 stereo mixes by Steven Wilson:
01. Tarkus
- a. Eruption
- b. Stones Of Years
- c. Iconoclast
- d. Mass
- e. Manticore
- f. Battlefield
- g. Aquatarkus
08. Oh, My Father
09. Bitches Crystal
10. The Only Way (Hymn)
11. Infinite Space (Conclusion)
12. A Time And A Place
13. Unknown Ballad
14. Mass (Alternate Take)
DVD - 2012 5.1 and hi-res stereo mixes by Steven Wilson:
01. Tarkus
- a. Eruption
- b. Stones Of Years
- c. Iconoclast
- d. Mass
- e. Manticore
- f. Battlefield
- g. Aquatarkus
08. Jeremy Bender [2012 5.1 Mix]
09. Bitches Crystal [2012 5.1 Mix ]
10. The Only Way (Hymn) [2012 5.1 Mix]
11. Infinite Space (Conclusion) [2012 5.1 Mix]
12. A Time And A Place [2012 5.1 Mix]
13. Are You Ready Eddy? [2012 5.1 Mix]
14. Tarkus
- a. Eruption
- b. Stones Of Years
- c. Iconoclast
- d. Mass
- e. Manticore
- f. Battlefield
- g. Aquatarkus
21. Jeremy Bender - [High Res 2012 Stereo Mix]
22. Bitches Crystal - [High Res 2012 Stereo Mix]
23. The Only Way (Hymn) - [High Res 2012 Stereo Mix]
24. Infinite Space (Conclusion) - [High Res 2012 Stereo Mix]
25. A Time And A Place - [High Res 2012 Stereo Mix]
26. Are You Ready Eddy? - [High Res 2012 Stereo Mix]
27. Oh, My Father - [High Res 2012 Stereo Mix]
28. Unknown Ballad - [High Res 2012 Stereo Mix]
29. Mass - [High Res 2012 Stereo Mix (Alternate Take)]
Website: http://emersonlakepalmer.com/


Emerson, Lake & Palmer, also known as ELP, are a sporadically active English progressive rock supergroup. They found success in the 1970s and have sold over forty million albums and headlined large stadium concerts. The band consists of Keith Emerson (keyboards), Greg Lake (bass guitar, vocals, guitar) and Carl Palmer (drums, percussion). They are one of the most popular and commercially successful progressive rock bands.
The ELP sound is dominated by the Hammond organ and Moog synthesiser of the flamboyant Emerson. The band's compositions are heavily influenced by classical music in addition to jazz and – at least in their early years – hard rock. Many of their pieces are arrangements of, or contain quotations from, classical music, and they can be said to fit into the sub-genre of symphonic rock. However, Lake ensured that their albums contained a regular stream of simple, accessible acoustic ballads, many of which received heavy radio airplay. Lake, besides providing vocals, bass guitar, electric guitar and lyrics, also produced the band's first five albums.
Tarkus, released in 1971, was their first successful concept album, described as a story about "reverse evolution". Combining a side-long song with an assortment of hard rock songs, an instrumental and even some comic songs, it was quickly cited as landmark work in progressive rock. The epic "Tarkus", recorded in just 4 days, is a seven-part rock suite which incorporates a number of complex time signatures. The breadth and complexity of the music combined with the series of William Neal paintings incorporated into the sleeve art helped to cement ELP's reputation as being on the forefront of progressive rock music.Image of Emerson Lake & Palmer
Discography:
Emerson Lake & Palmer (1970)
Tarkus (1971)
Pictures at an Exhibition (1971)
Trilogy (1972)
Brain Salad Surgery (1973)
Welcome Back My Friends to the Show That Never Ends... Ladies and Gentlemen (1974)
Works Volume 1 (1977)
Works Volume 2 (1977)
Love Beach (1978)
Black Moon (1992)
The Return of the Manticore (1993)
In the Hot Seat (1994)
Criticism:
ELP were heavily criticised by some music critics, one citing a joke, "how do you spell pretentious? E-L-P."  Robert Christgau said of the band "these guys are as stupid as their most pretentious fans". Christgau called ELP the "world's most overweening 'progressive' group". John Kelman of All About Jazz noted that an "overbearing sense of self-importance turned ELP from one of the 1970's most exciting new groups into the definition of masturbatory excess and self-aggrandizement in only a few short years." Kelman also stated that "in their fall from grace, [ELP] represented everything wrong with progressive rock."
Keith Emerson:
Birth name: Keith Noel Emerson
Born: 2 November 1944, Todmorden, England
Website: http://www.keithemerson.com/
Greg Lake:
Birth name: Gregory Stuart Lake
Born: 10 November 1947, Poole, Dorset, England
Notable instruments: Custom Alembic models, Custom Wal bass models
Website: http://www.greglake.com/
Carl Palmer:
Birth name:  Carl Frederick Kendall Palmer
Born: 20 March 1950, Handsworth, Birmingham, England
Website: http://www.carlpalmer.com/   © Keith Emerson performs on his Hammond and Moog synthesizer during the Emerson & Lake Tour 2010. This was taken at their final show in Atlantic City, NJ, USA on May 15, 2010 / Author: Mari Kawaguchi ©  Greg Lake, with Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Toronto, Canada February 3, 1978 Courtesy: Jean-Luc OurlinCarl Palmer strikes a pose. / A confident Carl Palmer at age 5, on his way to the local Birmingham drum shop, and a confident Carl Palmer at age 22 on the tarmac at Heathrow Airport on his way to conquer Japan. © Carl Palmer strikes a pose. / A confident Carl Palmer at age 5, on his way to the local Birmingham drum shop, and a confident Carl Palmer at age 22 on the tarmac at Heathrow Airport on his way to conquer Japan.S laskavým svolením od Carla Palmera: Emerson, Lake & Palmer  Musikhalle - Hamburg, Germany - 16 June 1971/Photo: Heinrich Klaffs/© 2011-2012 Carl Kendall-Palmer Ltd. All Rights Reserved. © S laskavým svolením od Carla Palmera: Emerson, Lake & Palmer  Musikhalle - Hamburg, Germany - 16 June 1971/Photo: Heinrich Klaffs/© 2011-2012 Carl Kendall-Palmer Ltd. All Rights Reserved. © Carl Palmer in 2008 / © Chascar

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