Tag Archives: Greg Lake

Homage To Emerson And Lake Features A Plethora Of Stars

January 24, 2020

It’s been a long time coming, yet – despite him being busy with YES and, occasionally, ASIA – Billy Sherwood has finally released, online-only at the moment, his “A Tribute To Keith Emerson & “. Yes, that’s the album’s title … Continue reading

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EMERSON, LAKE & PALMER – Once Upon A Time In South America

April 19, 2017

RockBeat 2015 / S’more 2017 Beyond pomp and circumstance, prog giants expose their true selves and thrive live. Their legendary status and acclaim as virtuosi might overshadow the fact that ELP were a little rock combo who used to think … Continue reading

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Greg Lake Passed Away

December 8, 2016

Greg Lake passed away yesterday, after a battle with cancer. A lucky man, indeed, he was a founding member of two great ensembles, but while Lake’s musicianship and voice overshadowed his other contributions to KING CRIMSON and ELP, Greg’s most important part there … Continue reading

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GREG LAKE – Greg Lake / Manoeuvres

July 9, 2016

Chrysalis 1981 & 1983 / Cherry Red 2016 Circumstance and pomp: prog titan’s brief attempt at a solo career, with Gary Moore leading the charge of the heavy brigade. No matter how harsh the crash-landing of ELP was, the down-to-earth … Continue reading

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December 6, 2015

Cherry Red 2015 Not afraid to dismount: prog rock giants’ doomed collaboration of a pop stripe finally sees the light of day in full. Back in 1983, ASIA’s Japanese jaunt had proved that couldn’t front a band that he wasn’t … Continue reading

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