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Emerson, Lake & Palmer|Fanfare for the Common Man  (Live at Olympic Stadium, Montreal, 1977)

Fanfare for the Common Man (Live at Olympic Stadium, Montreal, 1977)

Emerson, Lake & Palmer

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Fanfare for the Common Man (Live at Olympic Stadium, Montreal, 1977)
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Aaron Copeland, Writer - Keith Emerson, Producer, Arranger, Keyboards, Piano - Aaron Copland, Composer - Greg Lake, Arranger, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Vocals - Carl Palmer, Arranger, Drums, Percussion - Emerson, Lake & Palmer, MainArtist - A. Copeland, Writer - Michel Leveillee, Producer

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