Live at the Royal Albert Hall (Emerson, Lake and Palmer album)

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Live at the Royal Albert Hall
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Live album by Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Released 1993
Recorded October 3, 1992
Royal Albert Hall, London, England
Genre Progressive rock
Length 70:22
Label Sanctuary Midline
Emerson, Lake & Palmer chronology
Black Moon
Live at the Royal Albert Hall
The Return of the Manticore
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3/5 stars[1]
Classic Rock 3/5 stars[2]

Live at the Royal Albert Hall is a live album by Emerson, Lake & Palmer. It was recorded at a show at the Royal Albert Hall during the Black Moon tour in October 1992. Highlights of the album include a 9-minute version of "Tarkus," the song "Black Moon," and "Finale," which is a medley of "Fanfare for the Common Man," "America," and "Rondo."

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Karn Evil 9: 1st Impression, Pt. 2" (Keith Emerson, Greg Lake) – 1:50
  2. "Tarkus" – 9:26
    1. "Eruption" (Emerson)
    2. "Stones of Years" (Emerson, Lake)
    3. "Iconoclast" (Emerson)
  3. "Knife-Edge" (Leoš Janáček, arr. by Emerson, Lake, Richard Fraser) – 5:26
  4. "Paper Blood" (Emerson, Lake, Carl Palmer) – 4:09
  5. "Romeo and Juliet" (Sergei Prokofiev) – 3:41
  6. "Creole Dance" (Alberto Ginastera) – 3:20
  7. "Still...You Turn Me On" (Lake) – 3:13
  8. "Lucky Man" (Lake) – 4:38
  9. "Black Moon" (Emerson, Lake, Palmer) – 6:31
  10. "Pirates" (Emerson, Lake, Peter Sinfield) – 13:21
  11. "Finale" – 14:40
    1. "Fanfare for the Common Man" (Aaron Copland, arr. by Emerson, Lake, Palmer)
    2. "America" (Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim)
    3. "Rondo" (Dave Brubeck, arr. by Emerson)


Video Release[edit]

A DVD version of this release is also available, released in early 2009 by Shout! Factory, who has also reissued much of the band's CD catalog.[3]


  1. ^ DeGagne, M. (2011). "Live at the Royal Albert Hall - Emerson, Lake & Palmer | AllMusic". Retrieved 26 July 2011. 
  2. ^ Fielder, Hugh (February 2005). "Eight by Three". Classic Rock. 76. London, UK: Future Publishing Ltd. p. 104. 
  3. ^ Official DVD information: