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Saturday, July 30, 2011

The Nice 1971 Elegy

Genre: Progressive Rock
Rate: 245 kbps VBR / 44100
Time: 01:02:27
Size: 107,91 MB

United Kingdom

Review by Bruce Eder

Comprised of songs cut during the final 13 months of the Nice's existence, Elegy is a must-own title for fans of Keith Emerson, offering his best live performance on piano ("Hang On to a Dream") ever to get a legal release, showcasing his organ playing on unique and beguiling arrangements of Tchaikovsky and Dylan material, and ending with a live version of the Nice's showstopper, "America."


01 - Hang On To A Dream 12:41

02 - My Back Pages 09:11

03 - 3rd Movement 07:05

04 - America 10:18

05 - Diamond - Hard Blue Apples Of The Moon 02:46

06 - Dawn 05:05

07 - Tantalising Maggie 04:19

08 - Cry Of Eugene 04:30

09 - Daddy Where Did I Come From 02:46

10 - Azirial 03:46

The Nice here:

Get it!

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