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- Carl Palmer's ELP Legacy November 17, 2016 Bright Box Theater Winchester, VA USA Lostbrook 2.0 Volume 172 Source: CA-14(omnis)>CA-9200>Sony M10(24/48) Location: 15' from stage, dead center Transfer: Sony M10>Micro SDHC>PC>Sound Forge 10>WAV 16/44.1> Trader's Little Helper>FLAC(level 8) Taper/Transfer/Notes: Lostbrook Covers: ethiessen1 Disc 1: 01 Intro (1:23) 02 Peter Gunn (3:03) 03 Karn Evil 9: 1st Impression, Pt. 2 (6:53) 04 The Barbarian (5:59) 05 America (5:37) 06 Jerusalem (3:04) 07 Romeo And Juliet (4:50) 08 21st Century Schizoid Man (5:30) 09 Guitar Solo (6:23) 10 Knife-Edge (6:27) 11 Hoedown (4:36) 12 Take A Pebble * (8:09) Disc 2: 13 Carmina Burana (7:31) 14 Pictures At An Exhibition (24:51) 15 Fanfare For The Common Man (21:14) 16 Nutrocker (4:28) * Bass solo Carl Palmer - drums, percussion Paul Bielatowicz - guitar, effects Simon Fitzpatrick - bass, Chapman Stick It took a long time to wrap my tiny brain around the concept of Carl Palmer performing in Winchester, VA. I've lived in the area for 27 years and can't recall a similar event. It wasn't until the night of the show that I understood how it was financially feasible for the tiny 60' X 30' Bright Box Theater to have pulled this off. A local musician explained that when he heard that the theater had the opportunity to book Carl Palmer but it was impossible to cover the cost, he immediately went out and secured corporate sponsors to make the event possible. And if for some reason I had happened to miss this show, you would have been justified in revoking my credentials and deleting all of my recordings.