ELP Emerson Lake & Palmer - Self-titled 1st debut England 12" Vinyl LP album

 

  "Emerson, Lake & Palmer" is the debut album of British progressive rock band Emerson, Lake & Palmer, released in 1970. As a first album from the newly formed supergroup, the variety of influences they brought with them are clear in the mix of instrumental and vocal pieces. The front cover of the album depicts a fluttering white bird with a human ear in the bottom left corner (the bird's left wing outlines the back of the male head to which the ear is attached, the other half of which is on the back of the album, and the right wing outlines a female head). The album is not a unified band effort as a whole; not all the tracks feature credits for all three band members, and some are

 

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Photo of Emerson Lake & Palmer - Self-titled debut album Album's Front Cover 

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Enlarged High Resolution Photo of the Record's label  

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Summary:

 

Produced by Greg Lake. Recorded at Advision. Engineer: Eddie Offord. Cover painting Nic Dartnell Also releasd on: Manticore 87 224

Music Genre:

 
Progressive Rock, Symphonic  

Label Information:

 
Island ILPS-9132  

Media Format:

 
12" LP  
  Country  1970 Made in England

Band Members and Musicians on: Emerson Lake & Palmer - Self-titled debut album

Track Listing of: Emerson Lake & Palmer - Self-titled debut album

    Side One:
  1. The Barbarian - adapted from Bela Bartok's "Allegro Barbaro"
  2. Take a Pebble
  3. Knife-Edge - adapted from Janacek's "Sinfonietta"
    Side Two:
  1. The Three Fates
    1. Clotho - Royal Festival Hall Organ
    2. Lsachesis
    3. Atropos
  2. Tank
  3. Lucky Man

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