Tag Archives: Keith Emerson

3.2 – The Rules Have Changed

March 9, 2019

Frontiers Music 2018 And then there was one: a progressive glance at the state of the inner and outer world by masters of the trade – a gone-but-not-forgotten one and the one who stayed behind to observe their legacy. “The … Continue reading

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Robert Berry Reboots “3” – With Keith Emerson’s Contributions

May 22, 2018

It’s been three decades since the only album by 3 – a band comprised of Robert Berry, Keith Emerson and Carl Palmer – saw the light of day. Negative critics’ reaction notwithstanding, “…To The Power Of Three” remains a connoisseur … Continue reading

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KEITH EMERSON – Emerson Plays Emerson

January 30, 2018

EMI 2002 / The Right Honourable 2017 Most pacified proposition from progressive rock’s wild man – now remastered and perfectly crisp. “I’m very naked and exposed on this record – it’s like wearing your heart on your sleeve. But of … Continue reading

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September 22, 2017

Steamhammer 1999 / Purple 2017 Renaissance man gets back on track to give his rock a solid whack. The ’90s were an era when reined in his demons and got his act together – literally so. Whereas “Feel” and “Addiction” … 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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