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  1. " Tarkus " is the title track of Emerson, Lake & Palmer 's second album. The progressive rock epic lasts It was the longest studio song by the band until the three impressions of " Karn Evil 9 ". The name "Tarkus" refers to the armadillo - tank from the William Neal paintings on the album cover.
  2. TARKUS - EMERSON LAKE & PALMER Label:BMG ‎– BMGCATLP2Format:Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Gatefold, g Country:UK, Europe & USReleased Jul.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of Tarkus on Discogs. Label: Cotillion - SD ,Cotillion - SKAO • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Club Edition Gatefold • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock4/5(30).
  4. Vinyl LP pressing. Emerson, Lake & Palmer were one of the most successful, innovative and ground breaking British groups of the golden age of progressive rock. As well as creating spectacular 'live' shows that incorporated advanced technology and showmanship, they also recorded a cascade of powerful albums that sold in millions around the world. During 20the band's musical legacy.
  5. Tarkus is the second studio album from symphonic prog rock act Emerson Lake & Palmer. I remember when I purchased the LP in a second hand store back in the nineties. I was drawn to the album by the strange Armadillo/ Tank cover artwork and I remember thinking to myself that it had to be some really weird music/5().
  6. Jun 02,  · Tracks taken from the album Emerson, Lake &Palmer () Side Two 1. Tarkus: i. Eruption ii. Stones Of Years iii. Iconoclast iv. Mass v. Manticore vi. Battlefield vii. Aquatarkus 2. Bitches Crystal 3. A Time And A Place. Tracks taken from the album Tarkus () Side Three 1. Promenade (Part 1 2. The Gnome 3. Promenade (Part 2) 4. The Hut Of.
  7. 4LP set • Half-speed-mastered • Coloured vinyl. BMG will issue a new Emerson Lake & Palmer anthology across four coloured vinyl records in May. The Anthology () is a 4LP box set pressed on ‘galaxy effect’ coloured vinyl that features tracks from all the original albums. This is based on the three-CD set, although while it shares the same design, the track listing isn’t.
  8. Keith Emerson's inventive and ground-breaking (for ) use of synthesizers as lead-melodic instrument is a particular highlight of `Tarkus' but all three of the trio are on top form throughout, with Carl Palmer demonstrating mastery of complex percussive time-signatures and Greg Lake belting out full-blooded, multi-tracked vocals and playing /5().

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