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Emerson Lake & Palmer*Trilogy

Label:BMG – BMGCAT2CD5, Manticore – BMGCAT2CD5
Format:
CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered
CD, Album, Reissue, Remix
All Media, Deluxe Edition, Stereo, Digipak
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Prog Rock

Tracklist

The Original 1972 Album (2015 Remaster)
1-1The Endless Enigma (Part One)
Written-ByLake*, Emerson*
6:41
1-2Fugue
Written-ByEmerson*
1:56
1-3The Endless Enigma (Part Two)
Written-ByLake*, Emerson*
2:03
1-4From The Beginning
Written-ByLake*
4:13
1-5The Sheriff
Written-ByLake*, Emerson*
3:23
1-6Hoedown
Written-ByCopland*, Palmer*, Lake*, Emerson*
3:46
1-7Trilogy
Written-ByLake*, Emerson*
8:52
1-8Living Sin
Written-ByPalmer*, Lake*, Emerson*
3:11
1-9Abaddon's Bolero
Written-ByEmerson*
8:08
The Alternate Album (Jakko M Jakszyk 2015 Stereo Mixes)
2-1From The Beginning (Alternate Version)
Written-ByLake*
4:17
2-2The Endless Enigma (Part One)
Written-ByLake*, Emerson*
6:44
2-3Fugue
Written-ByEmerson*
1:57
2-4The Endless Enigma (Part Two)
Written-ByLake*, Emerson*
2:04
2-5From The Beginning
Written-ByLake*
4:17
2-6The Sheriff
Written-ByLake*, Emerson*
3:25
2-7Hoedown
Written-ByCopland*, Palmer*, Lake*, Emerson*
3:46
2-8Trilogy
Written-ByLake*, Emerson*
8:58
2-9Living Sin
Written-ByPalmer*, Lake*, Emerson*
3:12
2-10Abaddon's Bolero
Written-ByEmerson*
8:14
2-11Hoedown (Live)
Written-ByAaron Copland, Palmer*, Lake*, Emerson*
3:57
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Credits

Notes

Issued in a 6-panel digipak, with 16-page booklet and clear disc trays.

Album originally released in 1972.

'Trilogy' is dedicated to the memory of Keith Emerson,
born 2nd November 1944, died 10th March 2016.

All tracks ℗ 2015 apart from track 2-11 ℗ 1972.
℗ 2015 & © 2016 Leadclass Limited, under exclusive licence to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited.

Special thanks to: Keth Emerson, Greg Lake, Carl Palmer, Stewart Young, Jo Headland and Graham Lilley.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 4 050538 180190
  • Label Code: LC 19813
  • Rights Society: MCPS
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1, Variant 1): BMGCAT2CD5DISC1 12 A00
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1, Variant 1): IFPI L552
  • Mould SID Code (CD1, Variant 1): IFPI 94K8
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2, Variant 1): BMGCAT2CD5DISC2 13 A00
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2, Variant 1): IFPI L553
  • Mould SID Code (CD2, Variant 1): IFPI 944S
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1, Variant 2): BMGCAT2CD5DISC1 23 A00
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1, Variant 2): IFPI L553
  • Mould SID Code (CD1, Variant 2): IFPI 94K8
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2, Variant 2): BMGCAT2CD5DISC2 13 A00
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2, Variant 2): IFPI L553
  • Mould SID Code (CD2, Variant 2): IFPI 946P
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1, Variant 3): BMGCAT2CD5DISC1 23 A00
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1, Variant 3): IFPI L553
  • Mould SID Code (CD1, Variant 3): IFPI 94K6
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2, Variant 3): BMGCAT2CD5DISC2 13 A00
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2, Variant 3): IFPI L553
  • Mould SID Code (CD2, Variant 3): IFPI 94K4

Other Versions (5 of 293)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
Trilogy (LP, Album)Island Records6396 0181972
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Trilogy (LP, Album, Gatefold Sleeve)Island Records86 230 ITGermany1972
Trilogy (LP, Album, Gatefold)CotillionSD 9903Canada1972
Trilogy (LP, Album, Stereo, Gatefold)Island RecordsILPS 9186UK1972
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Trilogy (LP, Album, BW - Bestway Pressing, Gatefold)CotillionSD 9903US1972

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Reviews

  • hallogwilo's avatar
    hallogwilo
    Edited 2 months ago
    Andy Pearce did such a great job with remastering their first album (Emerson, Lake & Palmer) in 2012 (go there & read my review if you're interested) but with this 2015 remaster of 'Trilogy' I am sorely disappointed.
    Instead of removing a good portion of the original studio tape hiss, like he did with his remastering work on 'Emerson, Lake & Palmer', he has managed to slightly accentuate said 'studio tape hiss', which becomes evident during the quieter passages on the album, completely ruining (for me) his efforts on this remaster & because of that I still prefer to listen to my original ATLANTIC Cat# 781 522-2 (1986) release.
    Other than that, it is a reasonably good remaster, able to be played fairly loudly (100dB) without the typical remaster over-done compression/peak limiting causing the usual 'etchy ear-bleed syndrome'.
    I haven't bothered listening to the 'Jakko M Jakszyk 2015 Stereo Mixes' (CD 2) version, as I have no interest in it.
    • nopussyfooting's avatar
      I'm a huge fan of this 2xCD reissue. Wonderful music of course, and a great deal. For me the second cd, the remix version of the album is the brightest spot. Just a really great and we'll separated version that really brings palmer's drumming to life. It's not a massive difference from the original version, but if you listen to it in comparison to disc 1, the remaster, you'll certainly notice a different sound and feel.
      Disc 1 is originally what I bought this version for as for some reason I enjoyed streaming the 2015 remaster more than the sound I got from my 72 u.s. cotillion pressing. It's nice on the cd but I just find myself going for the remix more often.
      This set is perfect for ELP and I likely will end up getting the first 4 studio albums in this format. It's a band that I want to have super clean sound with and that's something that I never quite could achieve with the first 3 albums on vinyl. Take that as a knock on the u.s. cotillion pressing or as a credit to the remaster as you may. Anyways, if you're considering buying this I say YES buy it.

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