ELP – TOCCATA [BRAIN SALAD SURGERY, 1973]

Σε ένα εξωγήινο tour-de-force, οι Emerson, Lake & Palmer διασκευάζουν το τελευταίο μέρος από το Κονσέρτο για Πιάνο No 1 του Alberto Ginastera [1916 – 1983]. Το κομμάτι έχει αποδοθεί live στο στούντιο.
Ο Αργεντινός συνθέτης εξήρε την διασκευή.

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  1. Resa November 6, 2019 at 12:12 am

    I always liked these guys. Weren’t the the first to use the MOOG?

  2. Oannes November 6, 2019 at 7:55 am

    Always loved them myself. Before them it was occasionally used in pop as background, by groups like the Doors [“Strange Days”], the Beatles [“Here Comes The Sun”, “Because”, “I Want You (She’s So Heavy)”] or, surprisingly, Simon & Garfunkel [“Save The Life Of My Child”].
    There was also this horrible album by Walter [aka Wendy] Carlos, pioneer and collaborator of dr. Moog himself, called “Switched On Bach”, where he literally butchers Bach in the name of technology… He did a better job with Purcell on the Clockwork Orange OST, though.
    But Keith Emerson [RIP] was the one who put the moog on the tip of the spear, in such a brilliant way. ELP were always vilified by the so-called musical press, and, finally destroyed by the arrival of punk, like too many other bands of the ’60s & ’70s…
    Thanks!

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