Emerson, Lake & Palmer ‎– The Original Bootleg Series From The Manticore Vaults Vol. Two

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Victor ‎– VICP-61591-8
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8 × CD, Album
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Hammersmith Odeon, London - November 26, 1972 (VICP-61591-2)
1-1 Hoedown (Start Missing)
Arranged By – Emerson, Lake & PalmerWritten-By – Aaron Copland
Tarkus
1-2a Eruption
Written-By – Keith Emerson
1-2b Stones Of Years
Written-By – Keith Emerson, Greg Lake
1-2c Iconoclast
Written-By – Keith Emerson
1-2d Mass
Written-By – Keith Emerson, Greg Lake
1-2e Manticore
Written-By – Keith Emerson
1-2f The Battlfield
Written-By – Greg Lake
1-2g Aquatarkus
Written-By – Keith Emerson
Endless Enigma
1-3a Part 1
Written-By – Keith Emerson, Greg Lake
1-3b Fugue
Written-By – Keith Emerson
1-3c Endless Enigma Part 2
Written-By – Keith Emerson, Greg Lake
1-4 At The Sign Of Swinging Cymbal
Written-By – Brian Fahey
1-5 The Sheriff
Written-By – Greg Lake, Keith Emerson
1-6 Take A Pebble
Written-By – Greg Lake
1-7 Lucky Man
Written-By – Greg Lake
Hammersmith Odeon, London - November 26, 1972
2-1 Piano Variations
Written-By – Keith Emerson
Pictures At An Exhibition
2-2a Promenade
Written-By – Modest Mussorgsky, Keith Emerson
2-2b The Gnome
Written-By – Carl Palmer
2-2c Promenade
Written-By – Modest Mussorgsky, Keith Emerson
2-2d The Hut Of Baba Yaga
Written-By – Modest Mussorgsky, Keith Emerson
2-2e The Curse Of Baba Yaga
Written-By – Emerson, Lake & Palmer
2-2f The Hut Of Baba Yaga
Written-By – Modest Mussorgsky, Keith Emerson
2-2g The Great Gates Of Kiev
Written-By – Keith Emerson, Greg Lake
2-3 Nutrocker
Written-By – Kim Fowley
Henry Lewit Arena, Wichita, KA - March 26, 1974 (VICP-61593-4)
3-1 Hoedown
Arranged By – Emerson, Lake & PalmerWritten-By – Aaron Copland
3-2 Jerusalem
Arranged By – Emerson, Lake & PalmerWritten-By – Charles Hubert Hastings Parry, William Blake
3-3 Toccata
Written-By – Alberto Ginastera
Tarkus
3-4a Eruption
Written-By – Keith Emerson
3-4b Stones Of Years
Written-By – Keith Emerson, Greg Lake
3-4c Iconoclast
Written-By – Keith Emerson
3-4d Mass
Written-By – Keith Emerson, Greg Lake
3-4e Manticore
Written-By – Keith Emerson
3-4f The Battlefield
Written-By – Greg Lake
3-4g Aquatarkus
Written-By – Keith Emerson
3-5 Benny The Bouncer
Written-By – Greg Lake, Keith Emerson, Peter Sinfield
3-6 Jeremy Bender
Written-By – Greg Lake, Keith Emerson
3-7 Take A Pebble
Written-By – Greg Lake
3-8 Still ... You Turn Me On
Written-By – Greg Lake, Keith Emerson
3-9 Lucky Man
Written-By – Greg Lake
Henry Lewit Arena, Wichita, KA - March 26, 1974
4-1 Piano Improvisations
Written-By – Keith Emerson
4-2 Take A Pebble (Conclusion)
Written-By – Greg Lake
4-3 Karn Evil 9 1st Impression
Written-By – Greg Lake, Keith Emerson
4-4 Karn Evil 9 2nd Impression
Written-By – Keith Emerson
4-5 Karn Evil 9 3rd Impression
Written-By – Greg Lake, Keith Emerson, Peter Sinfield
Rich Stadium, Buffalo, NY - July 26, 1974 (VICP-61595-6)
5-1 Hoedown
Arranged By – Emerson, Lake & PalmerWritten-By – Aaron Copland
5-2 Jerusalem
Arranged By – Emerson, Lake & PalmerWritten-By – Charles Hubert Hastings Parry, William Blake
5-3 Toccata
Written-By – Alberto Ginastera
Tarkus
5-4a Eruption
Written-By – Keith Emerson
5-4b Stones Of Years
Written-By – Keith Emerson, Greg Lake
5-4c Iconoclast
Written-By – Keith Emerson
5-4d Mass
Written-By – Keith Emerson, Greg Lake
5-4e Manticore
Written-By – Keith Emerson
5-4f The Battlefield
Written-By – Greg Lake
5-4g Aquatarkus
Written-By – Keith Emerson
5-5 Take A Pebble
Written-By – Greg Lake
5-6 Still ... You Turn Me On
Written-By – Greg Lake, Keith Emerson
5-7 Lucky Man
Written-By – Greg Lake
5-8 Piano Improvisations
Written-By – Keith Emerson
Rich Stadium, Buffalo, NY - July 26, 1974
6-1 Take A Pebble (Conclusion)
Written-By – Greg Lake
6-2 Karn Evil 9 1st Impression
Written-By – Greg Lake, Keith Emerson
6-3 Karn Evil 9 2nd Impression (Start Missing)
Written-By – Keith Emerson
6-4 Karn Evil 9 3rd Impression
Written-By – Greg Lake, Keith Emerson, Peter Sinfield
Pictures At An Exhibition
6-5a Promenade
Written-By – Modest Mussorgsky, Keith Emerson
6-5b The Gnome
Written-By – Carl Palmer
6-5c Promenade
Written-By – Modest Mussorgsky, Keith Emerson
6-5d The Hut Of Baba Yaga
Written-By – Modest Mussorgsky, Keith Emerson
6-5e The Curse Of Baba Yaga
Written-By – Emerson, Lake & Palmer
6-5f The Hut Of Baba Yaga
Written-By – Modest Mussorgsky, Keith Emerson
6-5g The Great Gates Of Kiev
Written-By – Keith Emerson, Greg Lake
New Haven Civic Centre, New Haven, Ct - November 30, 1977 (VICP-61597-8)
7-1 Peter Gunn (Not Complete)
Written-By – Henry Mancini
7-2 Hoedown
Arranged By – Emerson, Lake & PalmerWritten-By – Aaron Copland
Tarkus
7-3a Eruption
Written-By – Keith Emerson
7-3b Stones Of Years
Written-By – Keith Emerson, Greg Lake
7-3c Iconoclast
Written-By – Keith Emerson
7-3d Mass
Written-By – Keith Emerson, Greg Lake
7-3e Manticore
Written-By – Keith Emerson
7-3f The Battlefield
Written-By – Greg Lake
7-3g Aquatarkus
Written-By – Keith Emerson
7-4 Take A Pebble (Conclusion)
Written-By – Greg Lake
7-5 Piano Concerto Pt. 1 Keith Emerson Solo
Written-By – Keith Emerson
7-6 Maple Leaf Rag
Arranged By – Keith EmersonWritten-By – Scott Joplin
7-7 Take A Pebble (Conclusion)
Written-By – Greg Lake
7-8 C'est La Vie
Written By – Greg LakeWritten-By – Peter Sinfield
7-9 Lucky Man (Not Complete)
Written-By – Greg Lake
New Haven Civic Centre, New Haven, Ct - November 30, 1977
8-1 Karn Evil 9 First Impression Part 2
Written-By – Greg Lake, Keith Emerson
8-2 Tiger In A Spotlight
Written-By – Emerson, Lake & Palmer
8-3 Watching Over You
Written-By – Greg Lake, Peter Sinfield
8-4 Nutrocker
Written-By – Kim Fowley
8-5 The Pirates
Written-By – Emerson, Lake & Palmer
8-6 Fanfare For The Common Man
Arranged By – Emerson, Lake & PalmerWritten-By – Aaron Copland

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Japanese box set including;
4 double CD's in gatefold sleeves
a 48-page booklet with lyrics in English and Japanese and Japanese notes
a fold-out insert with band's photo on one side and liner notes / track listing on the other

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