Tag Archives: Greg Lake


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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GREG LAKE – London ’81

October 15, 2015

King Biscuit 1996 / Purple Pyramid 2015 The dinosaur rips the joint – all classics included – in the heavy company. Possessing a top status as a progressive player, ’s rock credentials were close to zero for a long time, … Continue reading

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Greg Lake And Geoff Downes Unleash Their TIGER

September 25, 2015

and  had first played together back in 1983, when the latter briefly joined the former in ASIA for a Japanese jaunt. Still, it wasn’t until five years on from there that the two came up with a project called RIDE THE TIGER … Continue reading

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KEITH EMERSON & GREG LAKE – Live From Manticore Hall

January 3, 2015

Esoteric 2014 Two thirds of a mighty trio strip the bombast to come closer to home. 2010’s High Voltage Festival was the last time ELP arrived before the audience: the effort put into just one performance put Carl Palmer off … Continue reading

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Interview with GREG LAKE

October 3, 2013

May 2013 He was a part of not one but two great groups whose influence on rock is strongly felt to this date yet, whether with the trailblazing KING CRIMSON,  excess-exerting ELP or solo, for Greg Lake music has always been … Continue reading

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