Tag: Keith Emerson
These seven songs capture a teenage Keith Emerson at the start of what would become a tremendous career.
Progressive composer Keith Emerson’s diversions into soundtrack work are neatly compiled into a three-volume box set.
If one were feeling sarcastic, one might suggest that Honky, progressive keyboardist Keith Emerson‘s solo album from 1981, should have been titled Prog-Rockers in Paradise. While Honky is far from a Jimmy Buffett-style affair, it most certainly isn’t the austere, almost solemn affair of Emerson’s work with Emerson, Lake & Palmer; if anything, the record… Read More ›