Love Beach songs Product Information
Love Beach album for sale by Emerson, Lake, And Palmer was released May 21, 1996 on the Rhino label. Don't be fooled by the Bee Gees-esque cover photo, LOVE BEACH is not really ELP-gone-pop. True, many of the songs are more concise and accessible than those on previous albums, and there are a couple of Greg Lake-dominated "romantic" tunes, but those had always been part of the deal. They're still at their classical-rockin' best on "Canario," and half the album is dominated by the 20-minute epic "Memoirs of an Officer & a Gentleman," which stands up well alongside such long-form ELP classics as "Trilogy." Recorded at Compass Point Studio, Nassau, Bahamas. Love Beach CD music contains a single disc with 7 songs. ...See Full Description
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Emerson, Lake, And Palmer - Love Beach Album Track Listing
|1||All I Want Is You See All 4||2:37|| $1.29||(Available)|
|2||Love Beach See All 3||2:46|| $1.29||(Available)|
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|3||Taste of My Love See All 2||3:32|| $1.29||(Available)|
|4||Gambler See All 4||3:23|| $1.29||(Available)|
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|5||For You See All 3||4:27|| $1.29||(Available)|
|6||Canario See All 5||4:38|| $1.29||(Available)|
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|7||Memoirs of an Officer and a Gentleman: Prologue/The Education of a ...: Prologue: The Education Of A Gentleman / Love At First Sight / Letters From The Front / Honourable Company (A March)|
Love Beach buy CD music Customer Reviews
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||The Last Nail In The Coffin for ELP|
The first nail was Works v1. Although not a bad album, just not a great album considering there was a 5 year break between studio LP's.
By Mike (Harrisburg, NC)
||This is a VERY GOOD Album|
Dispite what another reviewer says this album is really very good - maybe it just doesn't go over well in Alabama! Sure the cover is pretty lame (as also mentioned in another review) but the cover isn't what spins around in the cd player.
By Spike (Fresno, CA, USA)
||Excellent Change of Pace|
Most ELP fans agree this is their worst album, mainly because they are comparing it to the group's incredibly awesome first 5 albums, which to this day still hold their own in the progressive rock genre.
By dvcomo (RED BANK, NJ)
It makes a good conversation piece for when your in mixed company and you want peoples jaws to drop when you play it to them and they see just how unbelievably bad it is.
By a reviewer (Florence Alabama)
||focus on the contents, not the cover|
This is generally considered ELP's worst album. Yet it's my favorite along with "Brain Salad Surgery," mainly because Lake is at his most expansive and Emerson is at his most subdued.
By a reviewer (Ketchikan, Alaska)
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Love Beach songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1118074|
|Release Date||May 21, 1996|
|Producer||Greg Lake; David McLees (Reissue)|
|Engineer||Jack Nuber; Karl Pitterson; Carl Palmer|
|Recording Time||40 minutes|
|Additional Info||Remastered; Reissued||