Emerson, Lake & Palmer

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Best Of Emerson, Lake & Palmer
New - LP - SD 19283
Sealed 1980 All Analogue First Pressing, No Bar Code On Jacket. Pristine Copy. more
Best Of Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Used - LP - SD 19283
1980 US Club Pressing From Columbia House. Still In Shrink With Printed Inner Sleeve. Vinyl VG++, Light Sleeve Scuff, Plays Better. more
Brain Salad Surgery
Used - LP - MC 66669
1973 RCA Music Club Issue Housed In A Die-Cut Jacket That Opens In The Middle With The Die-Cut Giant Color Poster Also Included. 'R-123913' Has Been Added To The Artwork On The Label. Cover Is VG+, Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Brain Salad Surgery
Used - LP - MS 66669 0598
1973 Original Pressing. Housed In A Die-Cut Jacket That Opens In The Middle With The Die-Cut Giant Color Poster & Inner Sleeve Included. more
Brain Salad Surgery
New - LP - MC 66669
Rare Sealed 1973 Die-Cut Cover Original With Custom Song Hype Sticker. Light bottom seam split. "Brain Salad Surgery" is a true masterpiece of progressive rock. The band's musicianship is at its peak, with Keith Emerson's virtuosic keyboard playing, Greg Lake's powerful vocals and bass lines, and Carl Palmer's dynamic drumming. The album features some of ELP's most iconic tracks, such as the epic "Karn Evil 9" and the haunting "Jerusalem". One of the most notable aspects of the album is its use of classical music and electronic sounds, which are seamlessly integrated into the band's rock sound. Emerson's use of the Moog synthesizer is particularly impressive, with its futuristic and otherworldly tones adding an extra layer of complexity to the music. Lyrically, the album is thought-provoking and often political, with "Jerusalem" addressing issues of war and peace, and "Still...You Turn Me On" exploring themes of love and desire. Overall, "Brain Salad Surgery" is a groundbreaking album that showcases ELP's technical prowess and artistic vision. It remains a timeless classic of progressive rock, and a must-listen for any fan of the genre. more
Brain Salad Surgery
New - LP - SD 19124
Sealed 1977 Non-Flip Cover 2nd Issue (No UPC Code). Large Black Song Listing Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Pristine Copy. more
Brain Salad Surgery
Used - LP - P 10114M
Beautiful Japanese Die-Cut, Fold Open Cover First Pressing With Giant Color Poster And Obi. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Recently Voted The Number One Prog Album Of All-Time In A Critics Poll. more
Brain Salad Surgery
New - LP - MC 66669
Factory Sealed And Pristine 1973 Die-Cut Gatefold Original With Custom Song Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap. more
Brain Salad Surgery
Used - LP - MC 66669 / R-123913
1973 Die-Cut Cover Original With The Giant Die-Cut Color Poster. Tiny RCA Music Services Stamp On Labels With The R-123913 Catalog Number. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. 3B/A1 Indianapolis Stampers. more
Brain Salad Surgery
Used - LP - SD 19124
Beautiful Second Label Pressing Housed In A Die-Cut Jacket (No Bar Code) That Opens In The Middle With The Die-Cut Giant Color Poster Also Included. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. First 2nd Issue We Have Seen Which Has A Die-Cut Jacket With The Correct Catalog Number On The Spine-Every Other Copy We Have Seen Has A Non-Gatefold Jacket. more
Brain Salad Surgery
Used - LP - P-10114M
1976 Japanese Pressing Housed In A Die-Cut, Fold Open (Triptych) Cover With Giant Color Poster, No Obi. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Recently Voted The Number One Prog Album Of All-Time In A Critics Poll. more
Brain Salad Surgery
Used - LP - MC 66669
Beautiful 1973 Original Housed In A Die-Cut Cover With The Giant Die-Cut Color Poster And Custom Promotional DJ Hype Sticker On The Cover. Saw Cut. Glossy, Unplayed. more
Brain Salad Surgery
Used - LP - MC 66669
1973 Die-Cut Cover Original With The Giant Die-Cut Color Poster. LP Appears Unplayed. Cover Has Very Slight Hint Of Ring Wear. more
Brain Salad Surgery
Audiophile - LP - ORRLP 002
Sealed 1997 UK Limited, Numbered Edition 160gm HQ Reissue With Obi. Includes Additional Insert With Sleeve Notes And Lyrics Plus The Bonus Single "Brain Salad Surgery." This Is Number 1906. more
Emerson Lake & Palmer
Used - LP - SD 19120
1977 US first reissue; Monarch pressing with wider pressing ring & die-cut company inner. EX/NM- copy. "Lively, ambitious, almost entirely successful debut album, made up of keyboard-dominated instrumentals ("The Barbarian," "Three Fates") and romantic ballads ("Lucky Man") showcasing all three members' very daunting talents. This album, which reached the Top 20 in America and got to number four in England, showcased the group at its least pretentious and most musicianly -- with the exception of a few moments on "Three Fates" and perhaps "Take a Pebble," there isn't much excess, and there is a lot of impressive musicianship here. "Take a Pebble" might have passed for a Moody Blues track of the era but for the fact that none of the Moody Blues' keyboard men could solo like Keith Emerson. Even here, in a relatively balanced collection of material, the album shows the beginnings of a dark, savage, imposingly gothic edge that had scarcely been seen before in so-called "art rock," mostly courtesy of Emerson's larger-than-life organ and synthesizer attacks. Greg Lake's beautifully sung, deliberately archaic "Lucky Man" had a brush with success on FM radio, and Carl Palmer became the idol of many thousands of would-be drummers based on this one album (especially for "Three Fates" and "Tank"), but Emerson emerged as the overpowering talent here for much of the public." AMG - Bruce Eder. more
Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Used - LP - ILPS 9132
Gorgeous 1970 UK Pink Rim Label Stereo 2nd Press, 2U/1U Stampers. 4½ Stars In All Music Guide more
Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Used - LP - SD 9040
1971, Speciality Pressing. Still In Shrink. Cover Is In VG Condition, Corner Crease, Small Tear To Mouth Of The Sleeve & Writing In Pen With The Previous Owners Name To The Inner Sleeve & The Back Of The Jacket. “Lively, Ambitious, Almost Entirely Successful Debut Album, Made Up Of Keyboard-Dominated Instrumentals ("The Barbarian," "Three Fates") And Romantic Ballads ("Lucky Man") Showcasing All Three Members' Very Daunting Talents. This Album, Which Reached The Top 20 In America And Got To Number Four In England, Showcased The Group At Its Least Pretentious And Most Musicianly -- With The Exception Of A Few Moments On "Three Fates" And Perhaps "Take A Pebble," There Isn't Much Excess, And There Is A Lot Of Impressive Musicianship Here. "Take A Pebble" Might Have Passed For A Moody Blues Track Of The Era But For The Fact That None Of The Moody Blues' Keyboard Men Could Solo Like Keith Emerson. Even Here, In A Relatively Balanced Collection Of Material, The Album Shows The Beginnings Of A Dark, Savage, Imposingly Gothic Edge That Had Scarcely Been Seen Before In So-Called "Art Rock," Mostly Courtesy Of Emerson's Larger-Than-Life Organ And Synthesizer Attacks. Greg Lake's Beautifully Sung, Deliberately Archaic "Lucky Man" Had A Brush With Success On FM Radio, And Carl Palmer Became The Idol Of Many Thousands Of Would-Be Drummers Based On This One Album (Especially For "Three Fates" And "Tank"), But Emerson Emerged As The Overpowering Talent Here For Much Of The Public.” Bruce Eder, All Music. more
Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Used - LP - SD 9040
Stunning 1971 Original With The Rare "Lucky Man" Hype Sticker. Appears Unplayed. The eponymous debut album of Emerson, Lake & Palmer is a breathtaking display of virtuosity and musical diversity. From the thundering keyboards of Keith Emerson to the intricate bass lines of Greg Lake, and the thunderous drumming of Carl Palmer, this album is a masterclass in progressive rock. The album seamlessly blends classical music with rock and roll, creating a sound that is both grandiose and electrifying. The opening track, "The Barbarian," is a powerful instrumental that showcases the band's technical prowess, while "Lucky Man" is a haunting ballad that highlights Greg Lake's emotive vocals. "Take a Pebble" is a sprawling epic that features mesmerizing piano and percussion work, while "Knife-Edge" is a frenetic, hard-hitting rocker. Overall, Emerson, Lake & Palmer's debut album is a landmark in the history of progressive rock and a must-hear for anyone interested in the genre. more
Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Used - LP - K 43503
UK Manticore Label Stereo 2nd Issue Of Their Debut Album. more
Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Used - LP - P 10111A
Japanese Pressing With Obi. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Used - LP - SD 9040
Stunning 1971 Original First Label (1841 Broadway Address) Still In Shrink. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “Lively, Ambitious, Almost Entirely Successful Debut Album, Made Up Of Keyboard-Dominated Instrumentals ("The Barbarian," "Three Fates") And Romantic Ballads ("Lucky Man") Showcasing All Three Members' Very Daunting Talents. This Album, Which Reached The Top 20 In America And Got To Number Four In England, Showcased The Group At Its Least Pretentious And Most Musicianly -- With The Exception Of A Few Moments On "Three Fates" And Perhaps "Take A Pebble," There Isn't Much Excess, And There Is A Lot Of Impressive Musicianship Here. "Take A Pebble" Might Have Passed For A Moody Blues Track Of The Era But For The Fact That None Of The Moody Blues' Keyboard Men Could Solo Like Keith Emerson. Even Here, In A Relatively Balanced Collection Of Material, The Album Shows The Beginnings Of A Dark, Savage, Imposingly Gothic Edge That Had Scarcely Been Seen Before In So-Called "Art Rock," Mostly Courtesy Of Emerson's Larger-Than-Life Organ And Synthesizer Attacks. Greg Lake's Beautifully Sung, Deliberately Archaic "Lucky Man" Had A Brush With Success On FM Radio, And Carl Palmer Became The Idol Of Many Thousands Of Would-Be Drummers Based On This One Album (Especially For "Three Fates" And "Tank"), But Emerson Emerged As The Overpowering Talent Here For Much Of The Public.” Bruce Eder, All Music. more
Emerson, Lake & Palmer
New - LP - SD 9040
Factory Sealed 1971 Original. Pristine Copy. more
Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Used - LP - ILPS 9132
Gorgeous 1970 UK Pink Label Stereo Original, U2/U1 Stampers. 4½ Stars In All Music Guide more
Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Used - LP - SD 19120
Beautiful Red & Green Label (75, Rockefeller Plaza Address) 2nd Issue Still In Shrink Wrap With Custom "Luck Man" Hype Sticker. Appears Unplayed. more
Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Used - LP - SD 9040
Stunning 1971 Original Label With The 1841 Broadway Address. Shrink Wrap Still Intact With The Rare "Lucky Man" Hype Sticker. Appears Unplayed. more
Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Used - LP - ILPS 9132
1972 UK Pink Rimmed Sunray Or Palm Tree Label 2nd Issue With A1U/B1U Stampers. Light Wear On The Delicate Seams. The Glossy LP Appears Unplayed. more
First Five: Picture Disc Collection
Picture Disc - 7930183398
Sealed 2013 Limited Collector's Edition. Includes Their First 5 Albums Pressed On Full Color Picture Discs. Each Boxed Is Individually Hand Numbered (This Is 662/2500). Second Scan Is A Stock Photo Of The Contents. more
In Concert
Used - LP - SD 19255
79 Original more
Love Beach
New - LP - SD 19211
Sealed 1978 Original. more
Pictures At An Exhibition
Used Import - HELP 1
1971 English Black Label With Pink "i" Gatefold Original. Cover Shows Light Corner Rubs. A-1U/B-1U Stampers. Cut By The Great George Peckham With "Porky" In Dead Wax. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. First Copy We Have Had In Stock In Ten Years. “One Of The Seminal Documents Of The Progressive Rock Era, A Record That Made Its Way Into The Collections Of Millions Of High-School Kids Who Never Heard Of Modest Mussorgsky And Knew Nothing Of Russia's Nationalist "Five." It Does Some Violence To Mussorgsky, But Pictures At An Exhibition Is Also The Most Energetic And Well-Realized Live Release In Emerson, Lake & Palmer's Catalog, And It Makes A Fairly Compelling Case For Adapting Classical Pieces In This Way. At The Time, It Introduced "Classical Rock" To Millions Of Listeners, Including The Classical Community, Most Of Whose Members Regarded This Record As Something Akin To An Armed Assault.” Bruce Eder, AMG. more
Pictures At An Exhibition
Audiophile - Used - MFSL 1-031
 1980 Half-Speed Master Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold Jacket. Two Stickers On The Outer Baggy. Gold "Demonstration Copy Not For Sale" Stamped On Front Cover. more
Pictures At An Exhibition
Audiophile - Used - MFSL 1-031
Beautiful Half-Speed Master, Gatefold Cover. Cover Is VG+. Vinyl Is NM-. more
Pictures At An Exhibition
Audiophile - LP - MFSL 1-031
1980 Half-Speed Master Housed In A Gatefold Cover. LP Appears Glossy. more
Pictures At An Exhibition
Audiophile - Used - MFSL 1-031
1980 Half-Speed Master, Gatefold Cover. One Of The Iconic Albums From The 1970's Progressive Rock Era. more
Pictures At An Exhibition
Used - LP - ELP 66666
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. more
Pictures At An Exhibition
New - LP - ELP 66666
Factory sealed 1971 original in gatefold jacket with hype sticker on back cover. Saw cut. Emerson, Lake & Palmer's "Pictures At An Exhibition" is a stunning example of progressive rock at its finest. Based on the classical composition by Modest Mussorgsky, the album sees the trio infusing their own unique brand of virtuosic musicianship into the already majestic source material. Keith Emerson's keyboard work is nothing short of awe-inspiring, with his complex and varied solos weaving in and out of the overarching themes. Greg Lake's vocals are emotive and powerful, perfectly conveying the grandeur of Mussorgsky's original work. The album's standout track is undoubtedly "The Great Gates of Kiev," which builds to a thundering crescendo that showcases the full range of the band's musical prowess. Overall, "Pictures At An Exhibition" is a masterpiece of progressive rock, and a testament to the enduring legacy of Emerson, Lake & Palmer. more
Pictures At An Exhibition
Audiophile - LP - ELP 66666
Factory Sealed 180gm HQ German Import. Deluxe Gatefold Jacket. more
Pictures At An Exhibition
Used - LP - ELP 66666
1972 First Label (1841, Broadway Address) Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. Cover Shows Some Wear, Vinyl Is NM. more
Pictures At An Exhibition
Audiophile - LP - MFSL 1-031
Factory Sealed Half-Speed Master Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. more
Pictures At An Exhibition
Used - LP - ELP 66666
Beautiful 1972 First Label (1841, Broadway Address) Housed In A Gatefold Jacket With The Shrink Wrap Intact And The Rare Custom Album Hype Sticker Still In Place. Appears Unplayed. more
Pictures At An Exhibition
Used - LP - 33501
Beautiful UK Manticore Label 2nd Pressing Housed In A Gatefold Cover. LP Appears Unplayed. more
Tarkus
New - LP - SD 19121
Factory Sealed Gatefold Original With Rare Custom Song Hype Sticker Over Shrink Wrap. Stunning! more
Tarkus
Used - LP - K 43504
Gatefold 2nd Label. more
Tarkus
Used - LP - K 43504
2nd Issue Gatefold. more
Tarkus
Audiophile - LP - MFSL 1-203
Factory Sealed 1994 Foil Numbered 0003, Limited Edition, Half-Speed Mastered 200gm Anadisc Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold Jacket. more
Tarkus
Used - LP - SD 19121
Beautiful 2nd Label Gatefold, Crisp Corners, No Cut-Out Holes. more
Tarkus
Used - LP - P 10126A
Japanese Gatefold. No Obi. LP Is New, Unplayed. more
Tarkus
Used - LP - K 43504
Beautiful UK 2nd Label Gatefold. more
Tarkus
Used - LP - SD 9900
Stunning White Label Promo In Unplayed Condition Housed In A Gatefold Jacket Still In Shrink Wrap With Custom Song Listing Hype Sticker On The Shrink. Also Includes The 24x12 Color Poster. Small Cut Out Hole. SD 9900 On Labels. SD 19121 On Hype Sticker And Spine. more
Tarkus
Used - LP - P-6400A
Beautiful Japanese Pressing Housed In A Gatefold Jacket With Obi. Small Bottom Right Corner Dent. more
Tarkus
New - LP - SD 9900
Factory Sealed Gatefold Original First Pressing With The Custom Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Hype Sticker Has A Partial Tear. Jacket Is Pristine. Includes The 24x12 Poster. more
Tarkus
Used - LP - SD 9900
1971 Original Monarch Press. Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. Jacket Shows Some Shelf /Ring Wear/Scuffing & Edge Rubs. Glossy looking Vinyl. "Emerson, Lake & Palmer's 1970 Eponymous Lp Was Only A Rehearsal. It Hit Hard Because Of The Novelty Of The Act (Allegedly The First Supergroup In Rock History), But Felt More Like A Collection Of Individual Efforts And Ideas Than A Collective Work. All Doubts Were Dissipated By The Release Of Tarkus In 1971. Side One Of The Original Lp Is Occupied By The 21-minute Title Epic Track, Beating Both Genesis' "Supper's Ready" And Yes' "Close To The Edge" By A Year. Unlike The Latter Group's Cut-and-paste Technique To Obtain Long Suites, "Tarkus" Is A Thoroughly Written, Focused Piece Of Music. It Remains Among The Top Ten Classic Tracks In Progressive Rock History. Because Of The Strength Of Side One, The Material On The Album's Second Half Has Been Quickly Forgotten -- With One Good Reason: It Doesn't Match The Strength Of Its Counterpart -- But "Bitches Crystal" And "A Time And A Place" Make Two Good Prog Rock Tracks, The Latter Being Particularly Rocking. "Jeremy Bender" Is The First In A Series Of Honky Tonk-spiced, Far-west-related Songs. This One And The Rock & Roll Closer "Are You Ready Eddy?" Are The Only Two Tracks Worth Throwing Away. Otherwise Tarkus Makes A Very Solid Album, Especially To The Ears Of Prog Rock Fans -- No Greg Lake Acoustic Ballads, No Lengthy Jazz Interludes. More Accomplished Than The Trio's First Album, But Not Quite As Polished As Brain Salad Surgery, Tarkus Is Nevertheless A Must-Have." AMG Review By Francois Couture. more
Tarkus
Audiophile - Used - MFSL 1-203
1994 LE#4742, Half-Speed Mastered 200gm Anadisc Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold Jacket. more
Tarkus
Audiophile - Used - MFSL 1-203
1994 Long Out Of Print, Limited Edition, Half-Speed Mastered 200gm Anadisc Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold Cover. This Is Number 2298. more
Tarkus
Used - LP - SD 9900
1971 Original Monarch Press. Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. Jacket Shows Some Shelf /Ring Wear/Scuffing & Edge Rubs. "Emerson, Lake & Palmer's 1970 Eponymous Lp Was Only A Rehearsal. It Hit Hard Because Of The Novelty Of The Act (Allegedly The First Supergroup In Rock History), But Felt More Like A Collection Of Individual Efforts And Ideas Than A Collective Work. All Doubts Were Dissipated By The Release Of Tarkus In 1971. Side One Of The Original Lp Is Occupied By The 21-minute Title Epic Track, Beating Both Genesis' "Supper's Ready" And Yes' "Close To The Edge" By A Year. Unlike The Latter Group's Cut-and-paste Technique To Obtain Long Suites, "Tarkus" Is A Thoroughly Written, Focused Piece Of Music. It Remains Among The Top Ten Classic Tracks In Progressive Rock History. Because Of The Strength Of Side One, The Material On The Album's Second Half Has Been Quickly Forgotten -- With One Good Reason: It Doesn't Match The Strength Of Its Counterpart -- But "Bitches Crystal" And "A Time And A Place" Make Two Good Prog Rock Tracks, The Latter Being Particularly Rocking. "Jeremy Bender" Is The First In A Series Of Honky Tonk-spiced, Far-west-related Songs. This One And The Rock & Roll Closer "Are You Ready Eddy?" Are The Only Two Tracks Worth Throwing Away. Otherwise Tarkus Makes A Very Solid Album, Especially To The Ears Of Prog Rock Fans -- No Greg Lake Acoustic Ballads, No Lengthy Jazz Interludes. More Accomplished Than The Trio's First Album, But Not Quite As Polished As Brain Salad Surgery, Tarkus Is Nevertheless A Must-Have." AMG Review By Francois Couture. more
Tarkus
Used Import - P-8133A
1976 Japanese Pressing Housed In A Gatefold Jacket With Obi And Insert. NM- Copy. more
Tarkus
Audiophile - Used - MFSL 1-203
1994 Foil Numbered 4742, Limited Edition, Half-Speed Mastered 200gm Anadisc Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold Jacket. more
Tarkus
New - LP - SD 9900
Factory Sealed 1971 Gatefold Original First Pressing With The Custom Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. "Tarkus" is a progressive rock masterpiece that showcases the trio's virtuosic talent and bold experimentation. The title track, an epic suite that tells the story of a half-tank, half-armadillo creature, is a tour de force of keyboard wizardry, intricate drumming, and soaring vocals. "Jeremy Bender" and "Are You Ready, Eddy?" add a touch of humor to the album, while "Bitches Crystal" and "The Only Way (Hymn)" display the group's classical influences. "Tarkus" is a cohesive and ambitious work that seamlessly blends genres and showcases the band's musical prowess. The album's intricate arrangements and technical prowess set a new standard for progressive rock, and its enduring popularity is a testament to its lasting impact. "Tarkus" is a must-listen for any fan of progressive rock or classic rock in general. more
The Best Of Emerson Lake & Palmer
Used - LP - SD 19283
1980 US Original, Specialty Pressing Mastered At Strawberry In London. Includes Original Custom Blue Photo Printed Inner Sleeve. Nice Strong VG+. more
Trilogy
Used Import - ILPS 9186
1972 Original UK Pressing, With Original Blue Island Inner Sleeve. Jacket Made By "Tinsley Robor Group Ltd". Glossy Vinyl, Jacket Strong VG++ With Tiny Corner Rubs And Few Small Crease Lines. "After The Heavily Distorted Bass And Doomsday Church Organ Of Emerson, Lake & Palmer's Debut Album, The Exhilarating Prog Rock Of Epic Proportions On Tarkus, And The Violent Removal Of The Sacred Aura Of Classical Tunes On Pictures At An Exhibition, Trilogy, ELP's Fourth Album, Features The Trio Settling Down In More Crowd-pleasing Pastures. Actually, The Group Was Gaining In Maturity What They Lost In Raw Energy. Every Track On This Album Has Been Carefully Thought, Arranged, And Performed To Perfection, A Process That Also Included Some Form Of Sterilization. Greg Lake's Acoustic Ballad "From The Beginning" Put The Group On The Charts For A Second Time. The Adaptation Of Aaron Copland's "Hoedown" Also Yielded A Crowd-Pleaser. Prog Rock Fans Had To Satisfy Themselves With The Three-part "The Endless Enigma" And "Trilogy," Both Very Strong But Paced Compositions. By 1972, Eddie Offord's Recording And Producing Techniques Had Reached A Peak. He Provided A Lush, Comfy Finish To The Album That Made It Particularly Suited For Living-Room Listening And The M Airwaves. Yet The Material Lacks A Bit Of Excitement. Trilogy Still Belongs To ELP's Classic Period And Should Not Be Overlooked. For Newcomers To Prog Rock It Can Even Make A Less-Menacing Point Of Entry." AMG Review By Francois Couture. more
Trilogy
Audiophile - Used - MFSL 1-218
Rare 1995 Half-Speed Mastered, Limited Edition#2919, 200gm Anadisc Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold Cover. "Trilogy, Elp's Fourth Album, Features The Trio Settling Down In More Crowd-pleasing Pastures. Actually, The Group Was Gaining In Maturity What They Lost In Raw Energy. Every Track On This Album Has Been Carefully Thought, Arranged, And Performed To Perfection." AMG - François Couture more
Trilogy
New - LP - SD 9903
Beautiful Sealed 1972 Original Housed In A Gatefold Cover With Cotilion Logo On Rear Cover. "After The Heavily Distorted Bass And Doomsday Church Organ Of Emerson, Lake & Palmer's Debut Album, The Exhilarating Prog Rock Of Epic Proportions On Tarkus, And The Violent Removal Of The Sacred Aura Of Classical Tunes On Pictures At An Exhibition, Trilogy, Elp's Fourth Album, Features The Trio Settling Down In More Crowd-Pleasing Pastures. Actually, The Group Was Gaining In Maturity What They Lost In Raw Energy. Every Track On This Album Has Been Carefully Thought, Arranged, And Performed To Perfection, A Process That Also Included Some Form Of Sterilization. Greg Lake's Acoustic Ballad "From The Beginning" Put The Group On The Charts For A Second Time. The Adaptation Of Aaron Copland's "Hoedown" Also Yielded A Crowd-pleaser. Prog Rock Fans Had To Satisfy Themselves With The Three-part "The Endless Enigma" And "Trilogy," Both Very Strong But Paced Compositions. By 1972, Eddie Offord's Recording And Producing Techniques Had Reached A Peak. He Provided A Lush, Comfy Finish To The Album That Made It Particularly Suited For Living-room Listening And The Fm Airwaves. Yet The Material Lacks A Bit Of Excitement. Trilogy Still Belongs To Elp's Classic Period And Should Not Be Overlooked. For Newcomers To Prog Rock It Can Even Make A Less-menacing Point Of Entry." AMG - Francois Couture. more
Trilogy
Audiophile - LP - MFSL 1-218
Rare Half-Speed Mastered, Limited Edition 200gm Anadisc Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold Cover. This Is Number 1579. 2nd Copy We Have Had In Stock In Five Years! Glossy, Unplayed Condition. more
Trilogy
Used - LP - P 10113A
Beautiful Japanese Gatefold First Pressing With Obi. more
Trilogy
Used - LP - K 43505
Beautiful UK Gatefold, All Analogue 2nd Label. more
Trilogy
Used - LP - SD 9903
Beautiful 1972 Original Label, Gatefold Cover With Promo Song Hype Sticker On Front Cover. Tiny Saw Cut. more
Trilogy
Used - LP - SD 9903
Beautiful 1972 Original (1841, Broadway Labels) Housed In A Gatefold Cover With Shrink Wrap Intact. more
Trilogy
Used - LP - P 8260A
Near Mint Japanese Gatefold With Two Obis. more
Trilogy
New - LP - SD 19123
Sealed Mid '70s 2nd Label (75, Rockefeller Plaza Address On Labels) Housed In A Gatefold Cover. No Bar Code On Cover. Pristine Copy. more
Trilogy
New - LP - 7930183414
Sealed Limited Edition 2013 180gm Gatefold Reissue With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. more
Trilogy
Audiophile - LP - MFSL 1-218
Sealed 1995 Half-Speed Mastered, Limited Edition 200gm Anadisc Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold Cover. This Is Number 3047. First Sealed Copy We Have Had In Stock! more
Trilogy
Used - LP - SD 19123
1977 2nd Issue Gatefold With 75, Rockefeller Plaza Address On Labels. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Works Vol. 1
New - LP - SD 2 7000
Sealed 1977 Embossed Gatefold Original. more
Works Vol. 2
New - LP - SD 19147
Factory Sealed 1977 LP. Small COH. more
Works Vol. 2
Used - LP - SD 19147
Stunning 1977 White Label Original Housed In An Embossed Jacket, Clean Cut Out Hole And Timing Strip On Jacket. Glossy, Unplayed Condition. more
Works Vol. 2
Used Import - KSD 19147
1977 White Label Original Housed In An Embossed Jacket. LP Appears Glossy. Cover has minor corner ding more
Works Volume 2
Used Import - P-10438A
Beautiful 1977 Japanese Original, With Obi & Insert, Housed In Glossy Jacket With Embossed Band Logo. "After The Rather Dull Works, Vol. 1, The Highly Underrated Works, Vol. 2 Is A Godsend. Works, Vol. 1 Took Their Pompous, Bombastic, Keyboard-Driven Prog Rock Epics To The Limit; Had It Been Stripped Of Its Excesses And Coupled With The Strongest Cuts From Works, Vol. 2, The Band May Have Had An Enormous Success With Critics And Fans Alike. Volume 2's Brief, Eclectic Compositions Cover An Array Of Musical Styles, Combining Stimulating Originals And Handsomely Orchestrated Renditions Of "Maple Leaf Rag," "Honky Tonk Train Blues," And "Show Me The Way To Go Home." Lake Peppers The Tunes With Guitar And Bass Flourishes, Resulting In Some Of His Most Challenging Instrumental Work, And Both He And Palmer Deliver Incredibly Strong Performances. Meanwhile, Peter Sinfield Contributes Some Of His Most Mature And Accomplished Lyrics. Emerson's Work Is Solid And Creative, But Sounds A Bit Dated, Which Is Part Of Why The Band Couldn't Endure. Unlike Some ELP Albums, Volume 2's Brief Pieces Sustain Interest; There Really Isn't A Weak Tune In The Set. The Five Instrumentals Are Highlighted By Two Short Prog Rock Tunes, Including The Jazzy "Bullfrog," Which Features Lake's Brief Jazz Bass Solo And Palmer's Fluid, Versatile Drumming. "Barrelhouse Shake-down" And "Maple Leaf Rag" Showcase Emerson's Superb Ragtime And Barrelhouse Piano Playing, And Palmer's Jazz Fusion/Marching Band Piece, "Close But Not Touching," Features Horns And Lake's Psychedelic Electric Guitar Lines. The Vocal Pieces Are Equally Interesting. "Brain Salad Surgery" Is Progressive Jazz-Rock That Bears Some Resemblance To King Crimson's "Cat Food," Unsurprising Since Each Features Lake Singing Sinfield's Lyrics. And, Of Course, There Is The Hit "I Believe In Father Christmas," A Beautiful Lake/Sinfield Composition That Highlights Lake's Strong Voice And Vibrant Acoustic Guitar." AMG Review By David Ross Smith. more
Works, Volume 1
Used - LP - SD 2-7000
1977 2LP White Label Original Housed In An Embossed, Tri-Fold Cover. Glossy Vinyl, With Light Poly-Inner Imprint. more
Works, Volume 1
Used - LP - SD 2-7000
1977 2LP White Label Original Housed In An Embossed Tri-Fold Cover Original. Clean Cut Out Hole. Both LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed. more
Works, Volume 1
New - LP - SD 2-7000
Sealed 1977 2LP Tri-Fold Embossed Cover Original. Small Saw Cut. more
Works, Volume 2
New - LP - SD 19147
Sealed 1977 First Pressing Of This Compilation Housed In An Embossed Cover. more
Works, Volume 2
Used - LP - SD 19147
1977 US Compilation Repress Still In Shrink, Housed In A Non-Embossed Jacket. Contains One Of The Best Christmas Songs Ever Written! more
Works, Volume 2
Used - LP - SD 19147
1977 US Original Monarch Pressing, Housed In The Original Embossed Cover Still In Shrink Wrap. more

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