Emerson, Lake & Palmer : Black Moon
This 2CD comprises all ten tracks from the Black Moon album, remastered from the original tapes.
Toimitusaika n. 3-10 arkipäivää.
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This 2CD comprises all ten tracks from the Black Moon album, remastered from the original tapes. These are featured on CD Disc 1 together with four bonus items, edited single versions of the songs Black Moon, Affairs Of The Heart, Paper Blood and Prokofiev’s Romeo And Juliet. Black Moon was ELPs first studio album since 1978s Love Beach and marked the reunion of the three original members after a 14-year hiatus. First released in May 1992, it was produced by Mark Mancina and engineered by Steve Kempster, who achieved a powerful, updated sound. The title track was inspired by TV images of oil fields set ablaze in 1991 during the first Gulf War. Greg Lake recalls in the liner notes: It really was a well-made, well-conceived record and all the new material was specifically written for the album. During a British tour, ELP played two concerts at Londons Royal Albert Hall, on October 2nd and 3rd 1992, introduced by BBC Radio DJ Alan Freeman. The shows were expertly recorded and released as Live At The Royal Albert Hall in January 1993. A re-mastered version of the album is heard in its entirety on Disc 2 presenting dynamic ELP classics Karn Evil No.9 1st Impression,Tarkus, Knife Edge, Lucky Manâ and Pirates. A grand finale medley includes old favourites Fanfare For The Common Man, America and Rondo.