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Emerson Lake and Palmer Live in Montreux (Blu-ray)* на Blu-ray

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Тип дискаBlu-ray
Упаковкапластиковый бокс
РегионВсе
КачествоBlu-ray
ЯзыкLPCM 2.0, DTS-HD 5.1, AC3 5.1
Длительность92
Год1997
Дисков1
СтранаСША
ЖанрBlu-ray disc, Музыка, Западные исполнители
Блестящий "живой" концерт легендарной супергруппы "Emerson, Lake & Palmer", состоявшийся 7 июля 1997 года на главной концертной площадке "Auditorium Stravinski" популярного джаз-фестиваля в Монтрё, Швейцария. Мощная энергетика..насыщенный звук..блистательное исполнительское мастерство - всё в превосходной степени!
In 1997, the band embarked on a world tour promoting their then-new album Black Moon, which included this performance at Montreux. It is the only film from this tour available. The set includes ELP classic from across their career. Also included are rare tracks that have never appeared on ELP studio albums. The booklet features individual sleeve notes from the band members.Comprised of Nice’s keyboard player Keith Emerson, King Crimson’s bassist Greg Lake, and the Atomic Rooster’s drummer Carl Palmer, 1970s supergroup Emerson, Lake & Palmer crafted expansive, near-orchestral prog-rock influenced by jazz and classical music. Disbanding in 1979 and embarking on various solo careers, the trio reunited in the 1990s to produce a new album, BLACK MOON, for which they toured extensively in 1997. This concert captures Emerson, Lake & Palmer at the Montreux Jazz Festival that same year, performing a career-spanning selection of songs that includes “Karn Evil 9,” “Hoedown,” “Lucky Man,” “Tarkus,” “Fanfare for the Common Man,” and many more.

1. Introduction by Claude Nobs
2. Karnevil 9 – 1st Impression, Part 2
3. Tiger In The Spotlight
4. Hoedown
5. Touch And Go
6. From The Beginning
7. Knife Edge
8. Bitches Crystal
9. Dance Creole
10. Honky Tonk Train Blues
11. Take A Pebble
12. Lucky Man
13. Tarkus/Pictures At An Exhibition
14. Medley
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