ELP / Karn Evil 9 1st Impression Part 2 / 1974 California Jam

ELP / Karn Evil 9 1st Impression Part 2 / 1974 California Jam

For California Jam Fans... From allen pamplin Anyone interested keeping up to date with the upcoming californiajamfanclub website, please join my California Jam Fan Club at: http://www.californiajamfanclub.com More California Jam photos and memorabilia to view there as well. Thank you, allen pamplin. .

ELP / Karn Evil 9 3rd Impression / 1974 California Jam

ELP / Karn Evil 9 3rd Impression / 1974 California Jam

For California Jam Fans... From allen pamplin Anyone interested keeping up to date with the upcoming californiajamfanclub website, please join my California Jam Fan Club at: http://www.californiajamfanclub.com More California Jam photos and memorabilia to view there as well. Thank you, allen pamplin. .

Rick Wakeman Plays Trilogy -- Tribute to Keith Emerson

Rick Wakeman Plays Trilogy -- Tribute to Keith Emerson

Rick Wakeman was one of several performers paying Tribute to the Life of Keith Emerson. This was a one time performance at Symphony Hall In Birmingham, England, July 28, 2017. I apologize for the periodic shakiness of the video, I have an 18-300mm zoom lens that was nearly at maximum zoom where even slight moves appear as big ones with no tripod. I also had to keep the camera low as the people behind me kept reminding me what a PITA I was being!

Emerson Lake & Palmer rehearsing Karn Evil 9 (2)

Emerson Lake & Palmer rehearsing Karn Evil 9 (2)

In the rehearsal studio in 1973

Deep Purple - Live At California Jam 1974 (Full Video Concert)

Deep Purple - Live At California Jam 1974 (Full Video Concert)

Deep Purple were the biggest selling album act in America when they embarked on a 28 date tour promoting their new album "BURN". The undoubted climax of this tour was headlining the California Jam Festival at Ontario Speedway in California, in front of 200,000 people. © EMI Music Ltd 2005.

Carl Palmer of ELP Talks about his "ROCK SCENE"

Carl Palmer of ELP Talks about his "ROCK SCENE"

Carl Palmer started playing drums at the age of 11 years old. He comes from a long line of musicians in his family going all the way back to his great grandmother who was a classical guitar player. While in school, he left school played in numerous orchestras. He could read music very well & found too easy. He desired a path more exciting and was invited to join a rhythm and blues band called the King Bees, which he did and he never looked back. While playing with the King Bees, he was spotted by Chris Farlowe who had a #1 single in England called “Out of Time” which was written by Keith Richards & Mick Jagger. Chris told Carl that if he ever needed the work, he would have a job with him. When the K.B.’s finished their obligations, it was a week before Carl finished school; which ended on a Friday. He left home that Sunday and auditioned for Chris on Wednesday. He was now in Chris Farlowe and the Thunderbirds. He stayed with them until he was 17. Carl then started playing sessions and met Arthur Brown. He joined the Crazy World of Arthur Brown and before long, had a #1 album and single which brought Carl to America for the first time. He eventually left Arthur Brown to form Atomic Rooster. While recording (a #1 single “Tomorrow Night”) he got a call fromGregg Lake and Keith Emerson, who were looking for a drummer. Carl went to see what Gregg & Keith were doing, at which time they made him an offer that he couldn’t refuse. Just like that, we had Emerson, Lake and Palmer. They amazed audiences and sold millions of records until disbanding in 1978. Carl took a few years off. When he reemerged, in 1981, he joined one of the first “super-groups” called Asia. They rocked their way through the 80’s until disbanding in 1991. Carl rejoined E.L.P. and played until 1998. Carl then formed a prog. rock power trio which he still plays with until today called Carl Palmer’s E.L.P. Legacy.

KEITH EMERSON THE LEGEND WORLD'S KEYBOARD PLAYER

KEITH EMERSON THE LEGEND WORLD'S KEYBOARD PLAYER

The Hammond Hall of Fame Class of 2014 recognizes the pioneers, innovators and trailblazers who all have the "King of Instruments" in common. 1972 Los Angeles one night, Emerson amazes conductor Zubin Metha Montreal. "Keith, I heard in my life but this is the first time it is given me to see a musician improvising in 12/8. His talent for improvisation is prodigius. Keith Emerson, had he lived at the time of the Grand Masters, he might have been a Chopin, Mozart, Bach.... What Jimmy Smith is to Jazz Organ, Keith Emerson is to Rock. Possessing a virtuoso technique on par with any Classical artist, Keith's career has pushed the Hammond Organ to new heights. Keith's first entry into the limelight was with The Nice, but he broke wide open into worldwide mega-stardom with Emerson, Lake and Palmer, playing not one, but TWO Hammonds onstage. Keith's style melds modern and traditional Classical motifs with Jimmy Smith-style Bop into a whole that not only explores new ground, but appeals to audiences everywhere.

Black Sabbath at California Jam COLOUR, CORRECT A:R - 4 SONGS

Black Sabbath at California Jam COLOUR, CORRECT A:R - 4 SONGS

Sabbath live in 1974 performing WAR PIGS, KILLING YOURSELF TO LIVE, PARANOID, CHILDREN OF THE GRAVE.

Jethro Tull - Aqualung (best version)

Jethro Tull - Aqualung (best version)

enjoy some real music my bitches

Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Knife Edge - Live in Switzerland, 1970

Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Knife Edge - Live in Switzerland, 1970

Emerson, Lake & Palmer perform "Knife Edge" at the very beginning of a legendary career. Filmed at the time when the band had only just recorded their ground breaking first Album ELP had to use all of their huge individual creative talents to create a full show. WANT TO SEE MORE LIVE MUSIC? SUBSCRIBE HERE: http://www.youtube.com/user/ShoutFactoryMusic FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Shout-Factory-Music-Live/467190290001168 FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: https://twitter.com/ShoutMusic_Live

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