Emerson, Lake and Palmer certainly had no shortage of talent, making every album a magnificent technical feat. Their compositional skill effectively was the epitome of progressive rock, with a pure blending of classical and rock music into each of their songs. The incredible keyboardist Keith Emerson ranks as a top player with band mates Greg Lake adding excellent bass and vocals plus Carl Palmer considered as one of the world’s best drummers. Those talents melded together nicely on their third studio album “Trilogy,” which further builds on top of their first two recordings. Although this doesn’t contain their most well-known song, “Lucky Man,” it is till the album that had the highest sales, and stands out as more consistent, making it a perfect first choice, or the only one to add into your Desert Island Collection.
Note: Trilogy was also released as a 5.1 surround sound edition and reviewed here.
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Wesley is a lifelong music enthusiast. He started his career in the recording industry in New York City as an audio engineer, producer, and studio manager. Subsequently he toured across America as a guitarist with the short-lived band Land's Crossing. After many years in the technology sector and amassing a substantial vinyl and CD collection, he delved into immersive audio and created Hi-Res Edition to share with other listeners about the sound quality and discrete mixes available on many formats. He recently upgraded his system to 7.1.4 Dolby Atmos and continues to seek out and share about the best sounding releases.