To the Power of Three

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To the Power of Three
Studio album by 3
Released 1988
Recorded E-Zee Studios, London
and
West Side Sturdios, London, 1987-88
Genre Progressive rock
Length 37:52
Label Geffen
Producer Carl Palmer & Robert Berry
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Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars

To the Power of Three is the only album by progressive rock group 3, released in 1988. Formed by Keith Emerson on keyboards and Carl Palmer on drums of ELP fame and musician Robert Berry on guitar, bass and vocals. The band plays their own version of The Byrds's song "Eight Miles High", with revamped lyrics.

The album peaked at #97 on the Billboard 200 albums chart and featured the single "Talkin' 'Bout", which peaked at #9 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. The song's music video received moderate airplay on MTV.

The song "Desde la Vida" has appeared on Keith Emerson anthologies and on the ELP box set From the Beginning in 2007. The only tour done by that band included songs from their album, as well as instrumentals of ELP, no actual ELP songs were done live, Berry's vocals being too different from Lake's, so things like Fanfare and Hoedown as well as The Nice's Rondo and America were played.

Track listing[edit]

Side one
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Talkin' 'Bout"     4:05
2. "Lover To Lover"     2:07
3. "Chains"     3:48
4. "Desde La Vida
  • La vista
  • Frontera
  • Sangre de toro"  
  7:08
Side two
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Eight Miles High"     4:14
2. "Runaway"     4:49
3. "You Do Or You Don't"     5:09
4. "On My Way Home"      

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