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MD5 Record Set:    Disc 1    -    Disc 2 -    Disc 3 -    Disc 4 -    Disc 5 -    Disc 6
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  • Emerson Lake & Palmer
  • 1971-08-13
  • Untitled
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  • Montreal
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  • Canada
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  • davebowman
  • 2019-12-04 12:35:55
  • Emerson, Lake & Palmer Keith Emerson- piano and many keyboards and synthesizers (including Moog) Greg Lake- lead vocals, bass and acoustic guitar Carl Palmer- drums, tympani, percussion Montreal, Quebec, Canada August 13, 1971 low generation audience tape runtime: 41:35 setlist: 1: knife edge 10:13 2: rondo 23:10 3: a time and a place 3:42 4: nutrocker 4:29 comments: this is a rather cheesy quality recording and likely not the whole show, although considering the setlist in it, this might be a "Compact Concert" from ELP here. could be missing a tarkus and/or a barbarian, a couple of the songs here have abrupt cuts in and out, but they're close to complete songs. this show is not listed in etree at all (only 1 listing for Aug. 71 ELP) and I don't know the venue, only that there is a live ELP shortage. ELP's 1st live album was Pictures at an Exhibition, originally a classical work of Mussorsky and recorded March 26, 1971 in Newcastle City Hall, U.K. there is one earlier- the Isle of Wight Fest from 1970 which is one of their 1st live performances, but it was released in 1997, many years after Pictures. Live at the Royal Albert Hall captures the 1992 Black Moon tour. there's a "live in Poland" recorded and released in 1997, and their "official bootleg series" (Anaheim 1974 is from the K.B.F.H. and is not the same concert as the "Calif. Jam" concert also carried on the KBFH) are all bootleg recordings released in 4 volumes of 7 or 8 discs per volume, including parts or all of shows from: Gaelic Park, N.Y. Sept. 1, 1971 (full show) Louisville, Ky. 4/21/72 (full show) Long Beach, Ca. 7/28/72 (full show) Saratoga, N.Y. 8/13/72 (hoedown, Tarkus, endless enigma, the sheriff, take a pebble, pictures...) London, U.K. 11/26/72 (full show) Witchita, Kansas 3/26/74 (full show) Buffalo, N.Y. 7/26/74 (full show) New Haven, Ct. 11/30/77 (with orch. full show) Anaheim, Ca. Feb. 10, 1974 Hoedown, Listen, Tiger in a Spotlight, C'est la Vie, Still...You Turn Me On, Lucky Man, Tank/The Enemy God, Karn Evil 1st Impression, and 2nd Impression, Fanfare for the Common Man, Take a Pebble, Pictures at an Exhibition: Promenade/The Gnome/Promenade [Vocal]/Hut of Royal Albert Hall Oct. 2, 1992 (full show) Wiltern Theater, Los Angeles March 1993 (full show) Hartford, Ct. July 10, 1977 (full show) Chicago, Illinois 1978 (full show) Pennsylvania 7/22/92 (full show) Jones Beach, N.Y. 7/25/92 (full show) as of this posting these were all the released recordings of ELP that are or have been officially released for sale to the public.