9 thoughts on “ Gone Too Soon - EL&P*, ELP* - In The Hot Seat (CD, Album) ”

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  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of In The Hot Seat on Discogs. Label: Sony Music - • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • /5(7).
  4. ELP’s ninth and final studio album was first released in September Produced by Keith Olsen, ‘In The Hot Seat’ was an appropriate name, given that the trio was under pressure to consider adopting more ‘commercial’ material/5(57).
  5. This album was recorded when both Emerson and Palmer were recovering from surgery, and the lack of quality in their playing is evident here. There was a reason why ELP never played any of these songs live once Emerson and Palmer recovered, and the band resumed touring/5(59).
  6. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Emerson, Lake & Palmer - In The Hot Seat at Discogs. Complete your Emerson, Lake & Palmer collection.
  7. Emerson, Lake & Palmer 's In the Hot Seat is an album, not unlike their album Love Beach, which was made for the wrong reasons, at a bad time, and probably shouldn't have been made at all.
  8. Originally titled ‘The Best Seat In The House’, ‘In The Hot Seat’ is ELP’s ninth and final studio album. It was released in following their successful world tour comeback album ‘Black Moon’. The album comprises an interesting mixture of mainstream rock, classic ELP .
  9. In the Hot Seat is one of the most appropriate album titles ever, becasue listening to it is akin to torture. The opener Hands of Truth cruelly leads you to believe that the band is nearing their former style, Emerson even plays a solo. This is soon followed by crap after crap/5(30).

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