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Sonicbond’s On Track series offers a song by song analysis of the work of major Rock bands.
In Emerson, Lake & Palmer On Track, Mike Goode charts the rise of Progressive supergroup ELP, from the band member's origins in The Nice, King Crimson and Atomic Rooster via every track on all nine of the trio's studio albums (recorded between 1970 and 1994).
Key live releases - such as 1971’s Pictures at an Exhibition - are also included. In addition, Goode offers overviews on all three member’s solo projects.
Informed and insightful, this is a welcome guide to the entirety of Emerson, Lake & Palmer’s recorded legacy.
Since graduating from art college in the early 1980s, Mike Goode has pursued a successful career in the creative industry – as a designer, art director and writer. However, his biggest passion is music – specifically anything related to Emerson, Lake and Palmer and has been a fan since hearing Pictures as an Exhibition as a teenager in the 1970s.