Offered for sale is a vintage Atlantic Records Promotional Decal for the rock band "Emerson Lake and Palmer" (circa 1970's), featuring graphics of the band's logo, and is a scarce to find collector's item as these were only available thru select media outlets and not sold in stores (see bio info below). The item measures 5.5" across, is in "EXCELLENT" condition (pristine; unused/unworn; very suitable for usage or display), has an asking price of $24.99 with FREE shipping/handling, and is the only example of it's kind offered for sale on eBay or any other website! Overseas bidders please add for additional S/H costs, and CA State Residents please add 9% sales tax. Thanks for visiting my auction listing, and feel free to contact me with further questions or comments!Emerson, Lake & Palmer From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search For the band's eponymous debut album, see Emerson, Lake & Palmer (album) . Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Emerson, Lake & Palmer in 1973 Background information OriginEngland Genres Progressive rock , symphonic rock , art rock Years active 1970–1979
2010 Labels Manticore , Atlantic , Cotillion , Island , Sanctuary , Rhino , Shout! Factory , Victor , Sony Music , Orizzonte, Razor & Tie , Victory, Eagle Associated acts 3 , Emerson, Lake & Powell , Peter Sinfield Website Past members Keith Emerson
Emerson, Lake & Palmer , also known as ELP , are a sporadically active English progressive rock supergroup .[ 1] They found success in the 1970s and have sold over forty million albums [2 ] 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 [3 ] 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. [4 ] Lake, besides providing vocals, bass guitar, electric guitar and lyrics, also produced the band's first five albums. Contents [ hide ] 1 History 1.1 Background and formation 1.2 Debut album and Pictures at an Exhibition 1.3 1971–1972: Tarkus and Trilogy 1.4 1973–1974: Brain Salad Surgery and worldwide touring 1.5 1975–1977: Hiatus, Works Albums 1.6 1978: First break-up 1.7 Later incarnations: Emerson, Lake & Powell and 3 1.8 1990s: Reformation and second break-up 1.9 2000s: re-releases, 2010 tour and one-off 40th anniversary concert 2 Criticism 3 Discography 4 See also 5 References 6 Further reading 7 External links [ edit ] History [ edit ] Background and formation
Keith Emerson and Greg Lake , both exploring options outside of their existing bands, met at Fillmore West in San Francisco and on working together, found their styles to be compatible and complementary. [5 ] Keith described the first meeting (during a soundcheck) in an interview in 1972: "Greg was moving a bass line and I played the piano in back and Zap! It was there." [6 ] They had actually shared the same venues in 1969 – Emerson in The Nice and Lake in King Crimson , first at the 9th Jazz and Blues Pop Festival in Plumpton , England, [7 ] and at Fairfield Halls in Croydon , England. [8 ]Wanting to launch a keyboard/bass/drum band, Emerson and Lake sought a drummer. They initially approached drummer Mitch Mitchell , who was at a loose end following the breakup of The Jimi Hendrix Experience and Hendrix's departure to The Band of Gypsies . Mitchell subsequently suggested a jam session with himself, Lake, Emerson and Hendrix. Although this sessio...
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