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The remastered CD versions of the 11 classic original ELP albums (1970-94), with original sleeve artwork reproduced:
• EMERSON, LAKE & PALMER (1970)
• PICTURES AT AN EXHIBITION (1971)
• TARKUS (1971)
• TRILOGY (1972)
• BRAIN SALAD SURGERY (1973)
• WELCOME BACK, MY FRIENDS, TO THE SHOW THAT NEVER ENDS (1974) (2CD)
• WORKS VOLUME 1 (1977) (2CD)
• WORKS VOLUME 2 (1977)
• LOVE BEACH (1978)
• BLACK MOON (1992)
• IN THE HOT SEAT (1994)

• Previously unreleased, gatefold, triple vinyl LP album:
• LIVE AT VELODROMO VIGORELLI, MILAN, ITALY, 4TH MAY 1973 & STADIO FLAMINIO, ROME, ITALY, 2ND MAY 1973

• Previously unreleased CD albums, mastered by the internationally celebrated studio engineering team of Andy Pearce and Matt Wortham:
• LIVE AT POCONO INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY, LONG POND, PA, U.S.A., 9TH JULY 1972
• LIVE AT WATERLOO CONCERT FIELD, STANHOPE NEW JERSEY, U.S.A., 13TH AUGUST 1992
• LIVE AT BIRMINGHAM SYMPHONY HALL, U.K., 27TH NOVEMBER 1992
• ON THE BBC: THE OLD GREY WHISTLE TEST 1979, POP GOES SUMMER 1993
• LIVE AT ÉLYSÉE MONTMARTRE, PARIS, FRANCE, 2ND JULY 1997

• Audio Blu-Ray, containing the stereo 5:1 and surround sound mixes of the albums:
• EMERSON, LAKE & PALMER (STEVEN WILSON, 2012)
• TARKUS (STEVEN WILSON, 2012)
• TRILOGY (JAKKO M JAKSZYK, 2015)
• BRAIN SALAD SURGERY (JAKKO M JAKSZYK, 2014)

• Remastered 7” singles with reproduced original sleeve artwork:
• LUCKY MAN / KNIFE-EDGE (1970)
• FANFARE FOR THE COMMON MAN / BRAIN SALAD SURGERY (1977)

• Deluxe, hardback 12” book with band photos and extensive notes from acclaimed journalist Chris Welch, featuring quotes from Keith Emerson, Greg Lake & Carl Palmer

• Reprinted original 1970 promo poster, 1972 promo brochure, 1974 and 1992 tour programmes

• Metal & enamel ELP logo pin badge

EXCLUSIVE ELEMENT FOR PREORDER CAMPAIGN:

1 x CD:

• BLACK MOON – ROUGH ALBUM MIXES (PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED)

Chi cazzo vuoi che se ne accorga? Io. (38)

Screenshot 2017-03-31 09.23.42Sembra uno di quei box “semiscandalistici”, piazzati nelle homepage dei quotidiani per aumentare i click.., di solito passo oltre ma questa volta, probabilmente complice il riferimento a David Bowie, ho dato un’occhiata.

Un appartamento di circa 2.000 metri quadrati (una piccola provincia italiana…), nel cuore di Manhattan, un piano alto su Central Park, per 6 milioni di dollari non mi pareva male… anzi.

Poi ho trovato il vero annuncio ed ho scoperto che le cose sono un po’ diverse: la superficie sarà pure intorno ai 2.000… ma sono “piedi” quadrati, non metri! Fatta la conversione si tratta di circa 190 metri.