Trilogy is the third studio album by English progressive rock band Emerson, Lake & Palmer, released in July 1972 on Island Records. The cover, designed by Hipgnosis, depicts a combined bust of the three members, while the interior of the original gatefold sleeve features a photomontage of the three in Epping Forest. Trilogy increased ELP's worldwide popularity, and included "Hoedown", an arrangement of the Aaron Copland composition, which was one of their most popular songs when performing live.
Trilogy is the third studio album by Emerson, Lake & Palmer, released on July 6, 1972. Originally issued on Island in the UK with a gatefold sleeve. Manticore and other vinyl issues exist. CD issues on Atlantic and other labels. Track 2: "Fugue" listed on the label of many releases as "The Fugue". The Endless Enigma (Part 1).
Emerson Lake and Palmer. Album, Ноябрь 1970, Rhino Records. Album, 06 Июль 1972, WEA, Atlantic Records, Cotillion. 1. The Endless Enigma (Part. 6. Drum Solo (Palmer). 7. The Enemy God. 8. Watching Over You. 9. Pirates. 10. Fanfare for the Common Man. 11. Hoedown. 12. Still, You Turn Me on.
Полное содержимое бокс-сета: - Emerson, Lake & Palmer (1970) - Pictures At An Exhibition (1971) - Tarkus (1971) - Trilogy (1972) - Brain Salad Surgery (1973) - Welcome Back, My Friends, To The Show That Never Ends (1974) (2 CD) - Works Volume 1 (1977) (2 CD) - Works Volume 2 (1977) - Love Beach (1978) - Black Moon (1992) - In The Hot Seat (1994) Previously unreleased, gatefold, triple vinyl LP album: - Live. Концертный релиз EMERSON, LAKE & PALMER выйдет в сентябре. Делюкс-издания EMERSON, LAKE & PALMER выйдут в сентябре. Emerson, Lake & Palmer.
Trilogy is a music studio album recording by EMERSON LAKE & PALMER (Symphonic Prog/Progressive Rock) released in 1972 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Trilogy Castle Music UK 1996. Trilogy by Emerson Lake & Palmer Victory. Sort: Recent best-seller Results cached. LP EMERSON LAKE & PALMER Trilogy COTILLION SD9903 NEAR MINT.
Emerson, Lake and Palmer helped to usher the classical style of progressive rock. When they respectively left The Nice, King Crimson and Atomic Rooster and came together as a trio, finding that their playing styles were complimentary, they created the first progressive rock supergroup. Dominated by Emerson’s neo-classical abilities, The Nice was the first symphonic rock band to adeptly fuse true classical motifs and passages with psychedelic rock and jazz.