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Carl Palmer’s ELP Legacy to release double live album

Carl Palmer

Carl Palmer’s ELP Legacy will release a live double album next month.

It’s titled Carl Palmer’s ELP Legacy Live and it’ll be launch as a 2CD/DVD package on June 29 via BMG.

The double CD was recorded at Buffalo’s Tralf Music Hall on November 25, 2014, and includes a full-length version of ELP’s Tarkus.

The DVD features Pictures At An Exhibition - A Tribute To Keith Emerson, which was filmed at the Olympia Theater, Miami, in 2016.

The two-hour set features special guests Steve Hackett, Mark Stein and David Frangioni and includes ELP classics including Bitches Crystal, Hoedown, Karn Evil 9 (Welcome Back My Friends), Romeo & Juliet, Fanfare For The Common Man, Jerusalem and The Barbarian.

Carl Palmer’s ELP Legacy Live is now available for pre-order from Amazon (opens in new tab). Find the cover art and full tracklist below.

Palmer will head back out on the road later this month (opens in new tab).

CD: Live From the Tralf Music Hall, Buffalo

1. Rondeau Des Indes Galantes / Ride Of The Valkyries
2. Toccata and Fugue in D Minor
3. Mars, The God Of War / 21st Century Schizoid Man
4. Tarkus (Full Version)
5. America
6. Knife-Edge
7. Trilogy (Short Version)

DVD: Pictures At An Exhibition - A Tribute To Keith Emerson

1. Introduction
2. Peter Gunn
3. Karn Evil 9 (Welcome Back My Friends)
4. The Barbarian
5. Bitches Crystal
6. Jerusalem
7. Romeo & Juliet
8. 21st Century Schizoid Man
9. Clair De Lune
10. Knife-Edge
11. Hoedown
12. Take A Pebble
13. Carmina Burana
14. Pictures At An Exhibition
15. Fanfare For The Common Man / Drum Solo
16. Nutrocker

Bonus

Behind The Scenes At The Tribute For Keith Emerson

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