Drummer Carl Palmer talks to Goldmine about the legacy of the grand rock trio, Emerson, Lake & Palmer.
On March 10, the music world lost the very talented keyboardist, Keith Emerson. Goldmine’s Warren Kurtz gives a Fabulous Flip Sides tribute to Emerson and one of his favorite musical pieces.
Reviews of albums, DVDs and books from the February 2016 issue of Goldmine.
Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame welcomes Cameo, Spandau Ballet, Roger Miller, Emerson, Lake & Palmer & Tommy Edwards
It really shouldn’t be this good. No disrespect to either of the players, but come on. E and L without the P is like… well, P and E without the L was a late eighties muddle that few people would light …
ELP collectively proved that progressive rock was, depending on a listener’s preference, a force to either be reckoned with or destroyed.
One of progressive-rock’s true supergroups, Emerson, Lake & Palmer dazzled audiences in the 1970s with their technical proficiency, boundless creativity and songwriting savvy.