|Title:||Keith Emerson With The Nice|
|Released:||25 Oct 1990|
|Style:||Art Rock, Prog Rock|
|Catalog #:||830 457-2 M-1|
|1||Hang On To A Dream||12:43|
|2||My Back Pages||9:13|
|3||Intermezzo "Karelia Suite"||9:02|
|4||"Pathetique" Symphony No. 6, 3rd Movement||9:27|
|5||The Five Bridges Suite||18:13|
|6610 012||Keith Emerson With The Nice||Keith Emerson With The Nice - Keith Emerson With The Nice (2xLP, Comp)||Philips||6610 012||Netherlands||1972|
|SRM 2 6500||The Nice||Keith Emerson With The Nice (2xLP, Comp)||Mercury||SRM 2 6500||US||1972|
|6610 011 S||Keith Emerson With The Nice||Keith Emerson With The Nice - Keith Emerson With The Nice (2xLP, Comp, Gat)||Philips, Charisma||6610 011 S||Italy||1972|
|SRM 2 6500, SRM-2-6500||The Nice||Keith Emerson With The Nice (2xLP, Comp, RE, Ter)||Mercury, Mercury||SRM 2 6500, SRM-2-6500||US||Unknown|
|7581 503||Keith Emerson With The Nice||Keith Emerson With The Nice - Keith Emerson With The Nice (Cass, Comp)||Philips||7581 503||Netherlands||1972|
This compact disc contains material previously available on the albums "Five Bridges" and "Elegy".
Tracks 1, 2 & 3:
Arranged for orchestra by Keith Emerson and Joseph Eger
Orchestra: Sinfonia of London
Conductor: Joseph Eger
Recorded "live" at Fairfield Hall.
Engineer: Bob Auger
Tracks 4 & 5:
Recorded "live" at The Fillmore East, New York.
Engineer: Eddie Kramer
Recorded at Trident Studios, London, England
Engineers: Dave Hentsohel & Malcolm Toft
CD reissue eliminates "Country Pie/Brandenburg Concerto No. 6" and "One of Those People" from Five Bridges and the studio version of "Pathetique" from Elegy.
Nice was the third album by the Nice it was titled Everything As Nice As Mother Makes It in the US after Immediate broke their distribution deal with Columbia. Nice had been initially released in the US with a slightly longer version of Rondo 69 not available on the UK or on the independently-distributed US versions. The first US version of Nice was briefly reissued in 1973 by Columbia Special Products. In the meantime, Keith Emerson had been making plans to leave the trio and form a new group that would, among other differences, be stronger in the vocal department, but until the spring of 1970 he was still playing with the Nice. Songs in album The Nice - Keith Emerson With The Nice 1970. The Nice - Five Bridges Suite Fantasia 1St Bridge. The Nice - Intermezzo Karella Suite. The Nice - Pathetique Symphony No. 6 3Rd Movement. The Nice - Hang On To A Dream. The Nice - America. The Nice - My Back Pages. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. I think that we should consider this album as a Nice album as long as it consist of two Nice albums put in one package. 답글 나에게 알림 Helpful. The Nice : Keith Emerson with the Nice,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. Listen free to The Nice Keith Emerson With the Nice Fantasia - 1st Bridge, 2nd Bridge and more. 13 tracks 73:00. The Nice were a late Sixties progressive, psychedelic rock band. While they did not last more than three years, they were a major influence in bridging the gap between the psychedelic rock read more. While they did not last more than three years, they were a major influence in bridging the gap between the psychedelic rock of the Sixties and the progressive rock of th read more. With the Nice. Nice WKeith Emerson Format: Audio CD. This is a very hard to find album on CD. It's a compilation from several albums from Keith Emerson & The Nice, but it's very good one. The Nice at his best. A must for your collection. Features Song Lyrics for The Nice's Keith Emerson With The Nice album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Emerson's affinity for the Romantic and Heroic schools of the 19th Century is heard in the five-part centerpiece, an admirable achievement for a young rock composer, sounding better than ever with a very willing Sinfonia of London embracing Emerson's material and conducted with vigor by Joseph Eger. Frilly and dripping with pomp is 'Fantasia' but the orchestra rocks, Emerson throwing in a jazz improv on piano, and finally the band kicks-in for a brilliant vamp blemished only by Lee Jackson's scratchy groaning. While this is a passable album, most of the albums by The Nice were better