4 comments on “EMERSON LAKE & PALMER ELP – 1972

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  3. This was my first concert . I saw this at Cobo Hall on April 17, 1972. Changed my life forever. I have been drumm7ng for 49 years now. Thank you for this post. I tried telling people that they played Trilogy but everyone said the album hadnt come out yet. Thanks for clearing that up. I have a special place in my spirit for ELP. They will live on forever

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