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Live Listen – Tarkus – Emerson Lake & Palmer

To buy your copy of this album head over to here:http://bit.ly/tarkusdeluxe

And so I do a live listen of the second album from ELP and fail miserably.

 

Prog Review News Special – Prog Rock Awards 2012 RESULTS

Today, on 5th September 2012, the inaugural Prog Rock Awards were held at Kew Gardens, produced by Prog Rock magazine and hosted by Gavin Esler. I couldn’t be there (they never invited a scrote like me, obviously) but here are the results for your enjoyment:

Awards Winners

New Blood: TesseracT
Live Event: Anathema – Union Chapel/Koko
Anthem: Squackett – Life Within a Day
Album of the Year: Rush – Clockwork Angels
Grand Design: Pink Floyd Immersion Box Sets
Virtuoso: Carl Palmer (Asia/ELP)
Visionary: Peter Hammill
Lifetime Achievement: Genesis
Guiding Light: Steven Wilson
Prog God: Rick Wakeman

Prog Review 115 – Tarkus Deluxe Edition – Emerson Lake & Palmer

To buy your copy of this album head over to here: http://bit.ly/tarkusdeluxe

And so it came to pass that Emerson Lake & Palmer did indeed remaster their first two albums and convey the responsibility of a 5.1 surround sound mix unto the shoulders of Mr Steven Wilson. This is a new three-disc set and this is my review of it.

Prog Review 114: Emerson Lake and Palmer – Deluxe Edition 2012

To buy your copy of this album head over to here: http://bit.ly/emersonlakeandpalmerdeluxe

And so it came to pass that Emerson Lake & Palmer did indeed remaster their first two albums and convey the responsibility of a 5.1 surround sound mix unto the shoulders of Mr Steven Wilson. This is a new three-disc set and this is my review of it.

Prog Review 44: Brain Salad Surgery – Emerson, Lake & Palmer

This was requested on the request page by viewer “kfsfkakf” and so here are my thoughts on this classic album by ELP. Is it a satisfying blow job of an album or a disappointing dose of sloppy seconds? There’s only one way to find out and that’s to watch the video!

Watch in glorious 720p HD quality

Title Music:
“Stinkhorn” by Darren Lock

Background Music:
“The Mist Suite”

All music has been written and recorded by Darren Lock and is used by permission because I am that Darren Lock who wrote and recorded this music. If I could figure out how to give myself permission and prove conclusively to YouTube that I am the artiste in question I would do it. What do they want….blood?

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