Eagle Rock EntertainmentAn archival live album featuring a 1997 performance by prog-rock trio Emerson, Lake & Palmer at Switzerland’s Montreux Jazz Festival will be released on September 11. Emerson, Lake & Palmer Live at Montreux 1997 will be available as a two-CD set and a digital download.

ELP’s Montreux set featured a number of its classic songs, including “Karn Evil 9,” “From the Beginning” and “Lucky Man,” as well as renditions of the band’s interpretations of Aaron Copeland‘s “Fanfare for the Common Man” and Mussorgsky‘s “Pictures at an Exhibition.” The show also included performances of a few songs that hadn’t appeared on any ELP studio album: “Touch and Go,” “Creole Dance” and “Carmina Burana.”

Live at Montreux 1997 comes with a booklet that features liner notes penned by keyboardist Keith Emerson, singer/bassist Greg Lake and drummer Carl Palmer.

Here’s the album’s track list:

Disc One:
“Karn Evil 9 — 1st Impression, Part 2”
“Tiger in the Spotlight”
“Hoedown”
“Touch and Go”
“From the Beginning”
“Knife Edge”
“Bitches Crystal”
“Creole Dance”
“Honky Tonk Train Blues”
“Take a Pebble”

Disc Two:
“Lucky Man”
Medley: “Tarkus/Pictures at an Exhibition”
Medley: “Fanfare for the Common Man/Rondo/Carmina Burana/Carl Palmer’s Drum Solo/Toccata in D Minor”

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