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Works Volume 1. Studio album by. C'est la Vie" Released: 1977. Works Volume 1, is the fifth studio album by the English progressive rock band Emerson, Lake & Palmer, released as a double album in March 1977 on Atlantic Records. Following their successful 1974 world tour, the group took a break from recording and touring. The album was the band's first in three-and-a-half years, following the release of Brain Salad Surgery in 1973. However, Works Volume 1 was far different from the synthesiser-driven music that most fans had expected and received a mixed reaction from fans and press. Side 2 is the Greg Lake side, and consists of acoustic ballads, all of which were written by Lake and Peter Sinfield. Side 3, the Carl Palmer side, includes a remake of "Tank" (from ELP's eponymous first album), with orchestral accompaniment and without the drum solo.
Symphonic Prog Emerson Lake And Palmer. Band's List Symphonic Prog Emerson Lake And Palmer Brain Salad Surgery. Band Name Emerson Lake And Palmer. Album Name Brain Salad Surgery. Released date 19 November 1973. Labels Atlantic Records.
Emerson, Lake & Palmer's most successful and well-realized album (after their first), and their most ambitious as a group, as well as their loudest, Brain Salad Surgery was also the most steeped in electronic sounds of any of their records. evocative of a carnival and fantasy than the pure science fiction concept that Emerson had started with. And Greg Lake pulled out all the stops with his heaviest singing voice in handling them, coming off a bit like Peter Gabriel in the process.
The Best of Emerson, Lake & Palmer. The Best of Emerson, Lake & Palmer is an album by British progressive rock band Emerson, Lake & Palmer, released in 1994. This supersedes a 1980 compilation with a shorter, different track list and Japanese ukiyo-e cover. The Best of Emerson, Lake & Palmer has a running time of 76 minutes and 49 seconds spread amongst fourteen tracks, one of which has multiple sections: "From the Beginning" (Greg Lake) (4:13).
Greg Lake and Carl Palmer were the strong counterparts Emerson needed to unfold his creativity and energy to full-scale. The band was unusual for its three-man structure, and the emphasis of keyboards over guitar. Take for example; while C’est La Vie is a very calming, emotional ballad done well by Greg Lake, it’s just another repeat of Stil. ou Turn Me On, French style. Plus, the mood created in the song seems almost a little fake, and not as charming as what Lake, or ELP for that matter, would create in their earlier albums. Emerson, Lake, & Palmer reached their progressive climax with their fourth studio album Brain Salad Surgery. It was the group’s most ambitious and commercially successful album, with a mixture of rock and classical along with some cutting edge electronic sounds, used for the first time on any of the group’s records.
by Emerson, Lake & Palmer. Album: Works, Volume 1 (1977). Charted: 91. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. Works, Volume 1 was a double album with Keith Emerson the focus of the first side, Greg Lake the second, Carl Palmer the third, and the entire band sharing equally on Side 4. "C'est La Vie" was one of the songs Lake wrote for his side with help from lyricist Pete Sinfield, who was his bandmate in King Crimson. Telling the story of the song, Lake said: "I used to live in Paris for a while. A very beautiful city. I sometimes would go out walking in the streets there, and you'd often hear this instrument playing.
Brain Salad Surgery is the fourth studio album by English progressive rock band Emerson, Lake & Palmer, released on 19 November 1973 by their own record label, Manticore Records, and distributed by Atlantic Records. Following the tour in support of the last album, Trilogy (1972), the group acquired rehearsal facilities to work on new material, which would blend classical and rock themes.
Album Works, Volume 2. Brain Salad Surgery Lyrics. Brain Salad Surgery It will murder you, it murdered me We made it for our enemy Brain Salad Surgery. We've got a ballad About a salad brain With assurgence In a dirty bit again. Brain Salad Surgery It will work for you, it works for me Brain rot perversity Brain Salad Surgery. Brain Salad Surgery" Track Info. Written By Peter Sinfield, Greg Lake & Keith Emerson. Works, Volume 2 Emerson, Lake & Palmer. 1. Tiger in a Spotlight. 2. When the Apple Blossoms Bloom in the Windmills of Your Eyes I’ll Be Your Valentine.
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|A||–Greg Lake||C'est La Vie
Written-By – Greg Lake, Peter Sinfield
|B||–Emerson Lake And Palmer*||Brain Salad Surgery
Written-By – Lake*, Emerson*, Sinfield*
- Published By – Palm Beach International Recordings Ltd.
- Published By – Manticore Music Ltd.
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- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): MAN 5407-A 29/6/77
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): MAN 5407-2 29/6/77
|K 10990, K10990||Greg Lake||C'est La Vie (7")||Atlantic, Atlantic||K 10990, K10990||UK||1977|
|10.031||Greg Lake||C'est La Vie (7")||Atlantic||10.031||Brazil||1977|
|K 10990, K10990||Greg Lake||C'est La Vie (7", Pus)||Atlantic, Atlantic||K 10990, K10990||UK||1977|
|AT 3405||Greg Lake / Emerson Lake & Palmer*||Greg Lake / Emerson Lake & Palmer* - C'est La Vie / Jeremy Bender (7")||Atlantic||AT 3405||Canada||1977|
|3405||Greg Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer||Greg Lake / Emerson, Lake & Palmer - C'est La Vie / Jeremy Bender (7", Styrene, MO )||Atlantic||3405||US||1977|