Label: Sanctuary - SVE 4007/A,Sanctuary - SVE 4007/B • Format: 2x, DVD DVD-Video, Multichannel, PAL, Compilation, Promo, Stereo • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock, Symphonic Rock
· I do not own this song. Epic track by Emerson, Lake & Palmer taken from their album "Brain Salad Surgery".It's a three part epic fiction story.1st Impre.
"Karn Evil" is a series of songs on the Brain Salad Surgery album which were conceived as one piece. "Karn Evil 9: 1st Impression, Pt. 1" runs and closes the first side of the album. The second side begins with "Karn Evil 9: 1st Impression, Pt. 2," which is by far the most famous part of the movement.
"Karn Evil 9" is an extended work by progressive rock group Emerson, Lake & Palmer, appearing on the album Brain Salad Surgery. A futuristic fusion of rock and classical themes, it is regarded by some to be their best work, along with the song "Tarkus". At nearly a half an hour long, it is also their longest studio recording. Part or all of the song is included on many of the group's live albums and on all of Genre: Progressive rock.
Emerson, Lake & Palmer: Beyond the Beginning (DVD) Beyond the Beginning is a mammoth four-hour double DVD set that encompasses the entire history of Emerson, Lake & Palmer. Disc One is a compilation of performances arranged in more or less chronological order, starting with a television performance of "Take a Pebble" on The Beat Club in and concluding with a very tired version of .
· Emerson Lake & Palmer - Beyond The Beginning () 2xDVD. This stunning 2-dvd set puts together great moments from one of the '70's most succesful and exciting bands. It features performances from every stage of their career, including 44 minutes of ELP headlining the massive California Festival in on disc. Take A Pebble. Knife Edge.
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