A Time and a Place

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A Time and a Place
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Box set by Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Released 14 May 2010 & 20 July 2010
Recorded 1970–1998
Genre Progressive rock
Symphonic rock
Length 300:26
Label Shout! Factory
Emerson, Lake & Palmer chronology
Gold Edition
(2007)Gold Edition2007
A Time and a Place
(2010)
Live at Nassau Coliseum '78
(2011)Live at Nassau Coliseum '782011
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3.5/5 stars[1]

The A Time and a Place box set brings together a select body of live performances by Emerson, Lake & Palmer captured before worldwide audiences during the band's career and tenure at the sharp end of the Progressive rock genre. It features high-quality soundboard recordings on the first three discs and audience recordings on the fourth.[2] The collection has been praised by fans and in album reviews for the quality of the soundboard recordings, as well as the vast diversity of tracks featured on the discs.[3] This collection is a part of a series of "official" bootleg releases by Shout! Factory and producer David Skye,[4] with the blessing and participation of artists to provide fans with only the best performances, highest quality recordings, superior packaging and with original cover artwork designed by illustrator William Stout, internationally renowned as one of the first rock "n" roll bootleg cover artists. Other releases in the series include Iggy Pop's Roadkill Rising and Todd Rundgren's For Lack of Honest Work.

Track listing[5][edit]

Disc 1 (The Early '70s)[edit]

  1. "The Barbarian (Isle of Wight Festival, Isle of Wight, England UK, 29 August 1970)
  2. "Take a Pebble" (Beat-Club, Bremen, Germany, 26 November 1970)
  3. "Ballad of Blue" (Lyceum Ballroom, London, England, UK, 9 December 1970)
  4. "High Level Fugue" (Lyceum Ballroom, London, England, UK, 9 December 1970)
  5. "Hoedown" (Mar y Sol Pop Festival, Manatí, Puerto Rico, 2 April 1972)
  6. "Still...You Turn Me On" (Civic Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 7 March 1974)
  7. "Lucky Man" (Civic Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 7 March 1974)
  8. "Karn Evil 9 (1st, 2nd & 3rd Impressions)" (Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, California, 2 Feb 1974)

Disc 2 (The Late '70s)[edit]

  1. "Peter Gunn Theme" (Coliseum, Wheeling, West Virginia, 18 November 1977)
  2. "Pictures at an Exhibition" (Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis, Tennessee, 20 November 1977)
  3. "Tiger in a Spotlight" (Coliseum, Wheeling, West Virginia, 18 November 1977)
  4. "Maple Leaf Rag" (Coliseum, Wheeling, West Virginia, 18 November 1977)
  5. "Tank" (Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, New York, 9 February 1978)
  6. "Drum solo" (Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, New York, 9 February 1978)
  7. "The Enemy God Dances with the Black Spirits" (Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, New York, 9 February 1978)
  8. "Watching Over You" (Coliseum, Wheeling, West Virginia, 18 November 1977)
  9. "Pirates" (Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis, Tennessee, 20 November 1977)
  10. "Tarkus" (Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, New York, 9 February 1978)
  11. "Show Me the Way to Go Home" (Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis, Tennessee, 20 November 1977)

Disc 3 (The '90s)[edit]

  1. "Knife-Edge" (Wiltern Theater, Los Angeles, 17 March 1993)
  2. "Paper Blood" (Obras Stadium, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 5 April 1993)
  3. "Black Moon" (Waterloo Village Concert Field, Stanhope, New Jersey, 31 July 1992)
  4. "Creole Dance" (Estadio, Santiago, Chile, 1 April 1993)
  5. "From the Beginning" (Spodek, Katowice, Poland, 22 June 1997)
  6. "Honky Tonk Train Blues" (Universal Amphitheater, Los Angeles, California, 25 Sep 1997)
  7. "Affairs of the Heart" (Waterloo Village Concert Field, Stanhope, New Jersey, 31 July 1992)
  8. "Touch and Go" (Wiltern Theater, Los Angeles, California, 17 March 1993)
  9. "A Time and a Place" (Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom, Hampton Beach, New Hampshire, 1 August 1998)
  10. "Bitches Crystal" (Universal Amphitheater, Los Angeles, California, 25 September 1997)
  11. "Instrumental Jam" (Obras Stadium, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 5 April 1993)
  12. "Fanfare for the Common Man" – "America" – "Rondo" (Obras Stadium, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 5 Apr 1993)

Disc 4 (This Boot's for You – A Fan's View)[edit]

  1. "Introduction" (Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, California, 19 July 1971)
  2. "The Endless Enigma" (Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, California, 28 July 1972)
  3. "Abaddon's Bolero" (Louisville Town Hall, Louisville, Kentucky, 21 April 1972)
  4. "Jeremy Bender" – "The Sheriff" (Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany, 24 April 1973)
  5. "Toccata (includes drum solo)" (Friedrich-Ebert-Halle, Ludwigshafen, Germany, 10 April 1973)
  6. "Jerusalem" (Henry Lewit Arena, Wichita, Kansas, 26 March 1974)
  7. "Nutrocker" (Boston Garden, Boston, 12 July 1977)
  8. "C’est la Vie" (Boston Garden, Boston, Massachusetts, 12 July 1977)
  9. "Piano Concerto No. 1, 3rd Movement: Toccata con Fuoco" (Veterans Memorial Auditorium, Des Moines, Iowa, 12 June 1977)
  10. "Closer to Believing" (Veterans Memorial Auditorium, Des Moines, Iowa, 12 June 1977)
  11. "Close to Home" (Warfield Theater, San Francisco, California, 14 March 1993)
  12. "I Believe in Father Christmas" (Beacon Theater, New York City, 17 November 1993)

Personnel[edit]

Band members[edit]

Production[edit]

  1. Compilation Produced by: David Skye
  2. Remastered By: Randy Wine at MoonWine Studios
  3. Package Design: Hackmart
  4. Artwork: William Stout
  5. Liner Notes: Jim Allen
  6. Project Assistance: Keith Emerson and Tony Ortiz

References[edit]

  1. ^ Thompson, Dave. "A Time and a Place – Emerson, Lake & Palmer". AllMusic. Retrieved 27 Aug 2015. 
  2. ^ https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003O5MNB2
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 11 January 2012. Retrieved 2010-10-08. 
  4. ^ http://www.allmusic.com/album/a-time-and-a-place-r1823170/credits
  5. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 6 April 2010. Retrieved 2010-10-07.