Hot on the heels of their famous, critically acclaimed performance to 600,000 people at the Isle Of Wight Festival in August 1970, came ELP’s ground-breaking debut album ‘Emerson, Lake & Palmer’ (1970). ‘ELP’ comprised their strongest early originals and two dazzling classical adaptations filled with rippling piano and synthesizer playing by Emerson alongside lightning-fast drumming by Palmer, anchored around Lake's excellent bass work.
The LP is the original 1970 album, newly cut for the first time from the 24 Bit / High Density 2012 remaster, with faithfully reproduced original LP artwork.
1. The Barbarian
2. Take A Pebble
1. The Three Fates
3. Lucky Man