Thursday, February 25, 2010

Emerson, lake & Palmer-Pictures at an exhibition.

Keith Emerson-Hammond organ, Harrison & Harison pipe organ, Ribbon controller, clavinet, Moog synthesizers.
Greg lake-bass, acoustic guitars,vocals.
Carl Palmer-drums, percussion.

"Pictures at an Exhibition" is a live album released under the Atlantic label in 1971 by ELP
The songs are adapted from classical pieces by Mussorgsky and one "Nutrocker" from Tchaikovsky.

It was a flop on the UK charts but peaked at #10 in the US Billboard in 1972.

Side One: 1. Promenade (video) 2. The Gnome (video) 3. Promenade 4. The Sage 5. The old castle 6. Blues variations.

Side Two: 1. Promenade 2. The hut of Baba Yaga 3. The curse of Baba Yaga 4. The hut of Baba Yaga 5. The great gates of Kiev/Nutrocker.

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Mark Lindsay-Arizona.

Mark Lindsay-singer, songwriter.

Mark Lindsay is an American musician - ex singer with the pop group Paul Revere and The Raiders.

His tied up pony tail hair was his trademark.

His lanky stature and handsome face won him many fans and he was reveled as a teen idol during the 60s.

The song "Arizona" recorded under the CBS label in 1970 was a big hit single and went gold on US Billboard 100s.

Mark Lindsay.

Side One: 1. Arizona.

Side Two: 1. Man from Houston.