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A Time and a Place

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Emerson, Lake & Palmer

Label: Shout! Factory
Released: 2010
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Track Listing

CD1 (The Early '70s): The Barbarian; Take a Pebble; Ballad of Blue; High Level Fugue; Hoedown; Still...You Turn Me On; Lucky Man; Karn Evil 9 (1st, 2nd &3rd Impressions). CD2 (The Late '70s):Peter Gunn Theme; Pictures at an Exhibition; Tiger in a Spotlight; Maple Leaf Rag; Tank; Drum Solo; The Enemy God Dances With the Black Spirits; Watching Over You; Pirates; Tarkus; Show Me the Way to Go Home. CD3 (The '90s):Knife Edge; Paper Blood; Black Moon; Creole Dance; From the Beginning; Honky Tonk Train Blues; Affairs of the Heart; Touch and Go; A Time and a Place; Bitches Crystal; Instrumental Jam; Fanfare For the Common Man. CD4 (This Boot's For You: A Fan's View): Introduction; The Endless Enigma; Abaddon's Bolero; Jeremy Bender/The Sheriff; Toccata (includes Drum Solo); Jerusalem; Nutrocker; C'est La Vie; Piano Concerto #1 3rd Movement; Closer to Believing; Close to Home; I Believe in Father Christmas.

Personnel

Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Emerson, Lake & Palmer

band/orchestra

Additional Personnel / Information

Keith Emerson: keyboards; Greg Lake: bass, guitars, vocals; Carl Palmer: percussion.


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