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1
Take a Pebble (Live)
00:16:11

Emerson, Lake & Palmer, MainArtist - Gregory Stuart Lake, Composer, Lyricist

2019 Leftfield Media

2
Knife Edge (Live)
00:07:15

Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Richard Fraser, Lyricist - Emerson, Lake & Palmer, MainArtist - Keith Noel Emerson, Composer, Arranger - Leo Janacek, Composer - Gregory Stuart Lake, Lyricist, Arranger - Carl Frederick Kendall Palmer, Arranger

2019 Leftfield Media

3
Blues Jam (Live)
00:04:47

Emerson, Lake & Palmer, MainArtist - Keith Noel Emerson, Composer, Lyricist - Gregory Stuart Lake, Composer, Lyricist - Carl Frederick Kendall Palmer, Composer, Lyricist

2019 Leftfield Media

4
The Barbarian (Live)
00:05:31

Bela Bartok, Composer - Instrumental, Lyricist - Emerson, Lake & Palmer, MainArtist - Keith Noel Emerson, Arranger - Gregory Stuart Lake, Arranger - Carl Frederick Kendall Palmer, Arranger

2019 Leftfield Media

5
Rondo (Live)
00:19:18

Instrumental, Lyricist - Emerson, Lake & Palmer, MainArtist - Keith Noel Emerson, Arranger - David Warren Brubeck, Composer - Gregory Stuart Lake, Arranger - Carl Frederick Kendall Palmer, Arranger

2019 Leftfield Media

6
Nutrocker (Live)
00:05:06

Instrumental, Lyricist - Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Composer - Kim Vincent Fowley, Composer - Emerson, Lake & Palmer, MainArtist - Keith Noel Emerson, Arranger - Gregory Stuart Lake, Arranger - Carl Frederick Kendall Palmer, Arranger

2019 Leftfield Media

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