The Atlantic Years – Emerson, Lake & Palmer



The Atlantic Years is a two-CD compilation album by the progressive rock band Emerson, Lake & Palmer. It was released in 1992 by Atlantic Records, the label that originally issued their albums from 1970 to 1978. The album covers the most successful and influential period of the band’s career, featuring songs from their first seven studio albums and one live album. The album includes some of their best-known tracks, such as “Knife-Edge”, “Lucky Man”, “Tarkus”, “Karn Evil 9”, “Jerusalem” and “Fanfare for the Common Man”. The album also showcases the band’s virtuosity and creativity, as they adapted classical music, folk music and jazz into their own distinctive style. The Atlantic Years is a comprehensive and essential collection for any fan of Emerson, Lake & Palmer or progressive rock in general.

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