Carl Palmer "Working Live - Volume 2"

Carl Palmer "Working Live - Volume 2"

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Carl Palmer
Working Live - Volume 2
The Story
Carl Palmer's "Working Live - Volume 2" is the follow-up to last years "Working Live - Volume 1" from ELP's legendary sticksman. This release shows why Carl Palmer is regarded as one of the world's most popular

and versatile drummers. The CD offers a drummer's eye view of classic Emerson Lake and Palmer tracks such as "Fanfare For The Common Man" and "Hoedown". British guitarist Shaun Baxter rips on what would normally be keyboardist Keith Emerson's territory, making this instrumental release essential listening. Carl Palmer is of course one third of Emerson, Lake and Palmer, one of the world's biggest Progressive Rock acts of

the 70's. Recorded in the U.K. in 2003 this CD, containing live versions of some of ELP's greatest tracks,

complements last years "Working Live - Volume 1" and adds to this master percussionists increasingly popular solo output.

The Music
03:49 Hoedown Instrumental
06:26 Trilogy Instrumental
02:44 J. Section Instrumental
06:40 Tarkus & Aquatarkus Instrumental
06:21 Carmina Burana Instrumental
15:37 Fanfare & Drum Solo Instrumental
The Artists
Shaun Baxter Lead Guitar, Arrangements
Carl Palmer Drums, Percussion, Arrangements, Production
Dave Marks Bass, Arrangements, Photography
Paul Kennedy Engineering
Michael Inns Photography
Karen Gladwell Artwork
Recorded 2003 in the U.K.