Emerson Lake & Palmer - Live At Montreux 1997 (DVD)
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Comprised of Nice's keyboard player Keith Emerson, King Crimson's bassist Greg Lake, and the Atomic Rooster's drummer Carl Palmer, 1970s supergroup Emerson, Lake & Palmer crafted expansive, near-orchestral prog-rock influenced by jazz and classical music. Disbanding in 1979 and embarking on various solo careers, the trio reunited in the 1990s to produce a new album, BLACK MOON, for which they toured extensively in 1997. This concert captures Emerson, Lake & Palmer at the Montreux Jazz Festival that same year, performing a career-spanning selection of songs that includes "Karn Evil 9," "Hoedown," "Lucky Man," "Tarkus," "Fanfare for the Common Man," and many more..