The Return Of The Manticore - Emerson, Lake & Palmer Reviews
Description:Genre: Rock / Artist: Emerson, Lake & Palmer / Import / Audio CD released 1993-11-16 at Victory Music / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Touch and Go 2 Hang on to a Dream 3 21st Century Schizoid Man 4 Fire 5 Pictures at an Exhibition: Promenade/The Gnome/Promenad ... more
The Return Of The Manticore - Emerson, Lake & Palmer ... Gnome/Promenade/The ...
6 I Believe in Father Christmas
7 Introductory Fanfare [Live]
8 Peter Gunn Theme [Live]
9 Tiger in a Spotlight
13 Lucky Man
Disc #2 Tracklisting
1 Tarkus Medley: Eruption/Stones of Years/Iconoclast/Mass/Manticore/Bat
2 From the Beginning
3 Take a Pebble/Lucky Man/Piano Improvisation/Take a Pebble (Conclusion)
4 Knife Edge
5 Paper Blood
6 Hoedown [Live]
7 Rondo [Live]
Disc #3 Tracklisting
2 Still...You Turn Me On
3 Endless Enigma: The Endless Enigma, Pt. 1/Fugue/The Endless Enigma, Pa
4 C'Est la Vie
5 Enemy God [Dances with the Black Spirit]
6 Bo Diddley
7 Bitches Crystal
8 Time and a Place
9 Living Sin
10 Karn Evil 9: 1st Impression/2nd Impression/3rd Impression
11 Honky Tonk Train Blues
Disc #4 Tracklisting
2 Fanfare for the Common Man [Live]
3 Black Moon
4 Watching Over You
5 Piano Concerto No. 1: Third Movement, Toccata con Fuoco
6 For You
7 Prelude and Fugue
8 Memoirs of an Officer and a Gentleman: Prologue/The Education of a ...
10 Affairs of the Heart
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