From the Beginning is a song written by Greg Lake and performed by the progressive rock trio Emerson, Lake & Palmer. It was released on their 1972 album Trilogy. It is driven by an acoustic guitar line with layers of electric guitar (both rhythm and lead), electric bass guitar, and sung by Lake, with some backing on drums (played by Carl Palmer with tympani mallets and without cymbals), and with a distinctive closing synthesizer solo from Keith Emerson, accompanied by overdubbed random synthesizer-generated effects. It hit #39 in the US and was their highest charting single. The song was covered by the heavy metal band Dokken and Czech folk rock band Marsyas, albeit under a different name (Studená koupel) with a Czech version of the lyrics.
Information about the song: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emerson_Lake_%26_Palmer The group: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keith_Emerson https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greg_Lake https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carl_Palmer This one's for Dick, Bill, Alan & Anita, Malcolm & Barbara, Brian, and all the crowd at Portsmouth Poly.
"Amie" by PPL.
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EMERSON, LAKE & PALMER were a British progressive rock supergroup formed in London in 1970. The group consisted of keyboardist Keith Emerson, singer, guitarist, and producer Greg Lake, and drummer and percussionist Carl Palmer. They were one of the most popular progressive rock bands in the 1970s. This great classic song is from the Album "Trilogy" (1972). "Trilogy" reached No. 2 in the UK and No. 5 in the US. "From the Beginning", an acoustic ballad featuring an extended synthesizer solo, was released as a single which reached No. 39 in the US. The alternate version shown here has a totally different moog synthesizer solo at the ending. "FROM THE BEGINNING" There might have been things I missed But don't be unkind It don't mean I'm blind Perhaps there's a thing or two I think of lying in bed I shouldn't have said But there it is You see, it's all clear You were meant to be here From the beginning Maybe I might have changed And not been so cruel Not been such a fool Whatever was done is done I just can't recall It doesn't matter at all You see, it's all clear You were meant to be here From the beginning....
Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=SimplyRedVideo "Holding Back the Years" is the 7th track on Simply Red's debut studio album Picture Book. The song was a huge success for the group and quickly rose to the top of charts across the world. The single is one of two Simply Red songs (the other being their cover of "If You Don't Know Me by Now") to reach number one on the Billboard Hot 100, for the week ending July 12, 1986. It also reached #2 in the UK and was a worldwide hit. It had initially been released in the UK the year before, but only reached #51.
"How Can You Mend a Broken Heart" is a song released by the Bee Gees in 1971. It was written mainly by Barry and Robin Gibb. It was the lead and first single on the group's 1971 LP Trafalgar. The B-side, a Maurice Gibb composition "Country Woman". It was their first US No.1 single. The song also reached #1 in Cashbox magazine in two weeks. The song is also in the American Hustle movie and on its soundtrack. Barry and Robin Gibb wrote the song in August 1970 with "Lonely Days" when the Gibb brothers had reconvened following a period of break-up and alienation.The song was recorded on 28 January 1971 in London.
The 62nd upload is 'Riders On The Storm' by the Doors. This extended remastered version was taken from the WJGroup Files and combines the original 1971 2-Channel stereo version from their LA Woman album with the 4-channel Discrete version from the old Quadraphonic 8 Track version where there are 4 distinct discrete Channels. Combining the 4 Discrete Channel Version, and the 2- channel Stereo version produced an much enhanced digital version where the backgrounds sounds are much clearly heard, and some have never been heard before. I do not own the song or video. I borrowed the video From The WJGroup. This Video was made by Associate DAVID EDISON. Dan Martin - The Walters Judson Group