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Emerson, Lake & Powell

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Even though ELP acronym continued to be exactly the same, Emerson, Lake and Powell otherwise didn’t re-create the creative or commercial excitement of the sooner progressive rock and roll trio that highlighted drummer Carl Palmer rather than Cozy Powell. Following the first ELP lineup disbanded in 1979, keyboardist Keith Emerson constructed some film ratings, while bassist Greg Lake pursued a single career; however, within the wake from the greatly successful return of longtime prog-rock competitors Yes, Emerson and Lake decided to reunite, although Palmer — today an associate of Asia — dropped the give. Drummer Powell, a veteran of such hard rock and roll clothes as Rainbow, Whitesnake, and Dark Sabbath, was tapped as Palmer’s substitute, and in 1986 the trio released a self-titled LP that damaged the U.S. Best 40, spurred on with the minimal hit “Contact and Move.” Nevertheless, the famously mercurial Powell still left the brand new ELP prior to the season was out, and along with his departure Emerson and Lake’s reunion surface for an abrupt halt (a minimum of until 1991, when Palmer finally re-entered the flip).

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Full Name Emerson, Lake & Powell
Music Songs Touch and Go, The Loco-Motion, Learning to Fly, Love Blind, Lay Down Your Guns, The Score, Step Aside, Mars, the Bringer of War, Vacant Possession, Knife Edge, Mars Bringer of War / Drum Solo, Lucky Man, Fanfare for the Common Man, The Miracle, Tarkus, Pictures at an Exhibition, Pirates, Still You Turn Me On, From the Beginning, Karn Evil 9 / America / Rondo
Albums Emerson, Lake & Powell, Live in Concert & More…, The Sprocket Sessions (feat. Emerson, Greg Lake, Cozy Powell) [An Official Bootleg]


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Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
MacGruber 2010 performer: "Touch and Go" - as Emerson, Lake & Powell
Life on Mars 2007 TV Series performer - 1 episode
Hot Fuzz 2007 performer: "Dance With the Devil"
Rock Family Trees 1998 TV Series documentary performer - 1 episode

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Rainbow: Live in Munich 1977 2006 Video Himself - Drums
Rock Family Trees 1998 TV Series documentary Himself
The Black Sabbath Story Vol. 2 1992 Video documentary short Himself
Headbangers Ball 1989 TV Series Himself - Host
Superdrumming 1987 Video documentary Himself / Drums
Rainbow: The Final Cut 1985 Video documentary Himself
Whitesnake: Super Rock '84 1985 Video documentary Himself
Whitesnake: Rock in Rio '85 1985 TV Movie Himself
Whitesnake: Fourplay 1983 Video documentary short Himself
Whitesnake Commandos: Donington 1983 1983 Video documentary Himself
Pop Quiz 1981 TV Series Himself
The Old Grey Whistle Test 1981 TV Series Himself
Monsters of Rock at Castle Donnington: Rainbow 1980 TV Movie Himself

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Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Dance with the Devil: The Legend of Cozy Powell Documentary filming Himself
The Ritchie Blackmore Story 2015 Documentary Himself
Classic Rock Drum Solos 2007 Video documentary Himself

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