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Pictures at an Exhibition (1973)

Emerson, Lake & Palmer perform 'Pictures At An Exhibition' live at London's Lyceum in December 1970.



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Credited cast:
Himself (with Emerson, Lake and Palmer) Moog Synthesizer, Organ, Electric Clavinet
Greg Lake ...
Himself (with Emerson, Lake and Palmer) Bass Guitar, Acoustic Guitar and Vocals
Carl Palmer ...
Himself (with Emerson, Lake and Palmer) Drums, Gong, Tubular Bells and assorted percussion


Emerson, Lake & Palmer perform 'Pictures At An Exhibition' live at London's Lyceum in December 1970.

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A Concert Performance at Movie Prices!


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March 1973 (USA)  »

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Rock 'N Roll Your Eyes  »

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Pictures At An Exhibition
Music written by Modest Mussorgsky (as Mussorgsky) / Emerson Lake and Palmer
Lyrics written by Greg Lake and Richard Fraser (as Frazer)
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Good concert film
17 November 2004 | by (gulf coast florida) – See all my reviews

I saw this film in 1978 at a cheapo midnight showing. I recall on the downside that the copy run that night was miserably cut, scratched, spliced and filled with horrible audio glitches. However, as a drooling ELP fan (Palmer was the primary influence for me to pick up a pair of drumsticks and play- something which led to a long and fairly successful music career), I can say that this film is a pure treasure trove of great images. My brother (a keyboardist) got good looks at Keith on the Hammond and so figured out difficult to pick out chords, while I was totally blown away by Carl's absolutely explosive drumming style and overall showmanship. This is a great concert film and I highly recommend it to any fan of the prog-rock genre. Oh, the original Mussorgskiy piece "Pictures at an Exhibition" actually saw a boost in sales as a result of ELP's high energy treatment which was released as an album of its own in the early 1970s (1971 or 72). Find this film. You won't regret it.

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