|Expanded and remastered edition of the band's triple live album from 1974
Format: CD / Cat No: 4050538180336 / Released: 29/08/2016
Track Listing: CD 1: ORIGINAL ALBUM, 1974: 1. Hoedown (Taken From Rodeo) / 2. Jerusalem / 3. Toccata (An Adaption Of Ginastera's 1st Piano Concerto, 4th Movement) / 4. Tarkus: Eruption / Stones Of Years / Iconoclast / Mass / Manticore / Battlefield (Including Epitaph) /
Aquatarkus (Conclusion) / 5. Take A Pebble (Including Still... You Turn Me On And Lucky Man) / DISC TWO: ORIGINAL ALBUM, 1974: 1. Piano Improvisations (Including Friedrich Gulda's 'Fugue' And Joe Sullivan's 'Little Rock Getaway') / 2. Take A Pebble (Conclusion) / 3. Jeremy Bender / The Sheriff (Medley) / 4. Karn Evil Nine: 1st Impression / 2nd Impression / 3rd Impression
More information: 'Welcome back, my friends, to the show that never ends ~ Ladies and Gentlemen’ is the groundbreaking, first triple-vinyl live rock album, released in 1974. Recorded during the 1973/1974 ‘Someone Get Me a Ladder’ world tour, the adrenalin-fuelled live recordings capture the group at its creative best, and reached No.5 in the U.K, No.4 in the U.S.
ELP’s elaborate stage shows involved 40 tons of equipment and 140 road crew. They featured Keith Emerson on a flying piano and Carl Palmer’s revolving, 2 ton, stainless steel drum kit.
Includes the new 24/96 2016 remaster of the original 1974 release from the master tapes.
Produced in association with Emerson, Lake & Palmer and management, and booklet contains extensive liner notes with new band interviews by legendary rock journalist Chris Welch. The audio was remastered by world- renowned rock studio engineer Andy Pearce.