Emerson Lake And Palmer Live At The Isle of Wight Festival 1970

Live At The Isle of Wight Festival 1970 is a live recording by progressive rock group Emerson Lake & Palmer of their set at this famous festival.

Their debut performance in front of an audience was just 6 days before they appeared at this huge festival with acts like Jimi Hendrix and The Who.

Emerson Lake & Palmer Live At The Isle of Wight Festival 1970

Emerson Lake & Palmer Live At The Isle of Wight Festival 1970

Set List

  1. The Barbarian – 5:06
  2. Take A Pebble – 11:47
  3. Pictures at an Exhibition – 35:49
  4. Rondo – 4:12
  5. Nutrocker – 4:45

There is also a six minute interview with the band.

Here is a video of ELP performing Take A Pebble live in concert at the Lyceum Theatre in London in 1970.

This recording is interesting from a historical perspective because it captures the band in their first week of live performances. Casual fans may be better with the opus Welcome Back My Friends or Pictures At An Exhibition.

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