LDB Master Series #407

Welcome to my Master Series which started way back in November 2005. This series is only about masters, concerts I
recorded myself either from audience or from radio/TV broadcasts. Occasionally I could also share masters that have
been kindly given to me by many friends and fellow tapers I have been meeting during my long career of live taping.

Please DO NOT share this music on mp3. if you want to listen to these shows on your own iPod, feel free to convert
the files in lossy format for your own use and enjoyment. Do not put lossy sources in blogs or sites for downloading,
always use the lossless FLACs which will ensure that the quality I have put in these recording is preserved. Sharing mp3
is the right way to make me stop sharing music here.

Also, please do not SELL these concerts. These have been recorded and shared by me with the only purpose to give it
absolutely free of charge and no profit should be made by those who took these files for free. I am quite picky and
do regular checks on websites to see if any of this series are being sold. I have been quite successfull in having
them removed from sale and even to shut down the site (don�t ask me how :-)

New York, BB King Grill Bar
June 2, 2016

01.Peter Gunn Theme (Emerson, Lake & Palmer cover)
02.Karn Evil 9: 1st Impression, Part 2 (Emerson, Lake & Palmer cover)
03.The Barbarian (Emerson, Lake & Palmer cover)
04.Bitches Crystal (Emerson, Lake & Palmer cover)
05.Jerusalem (Sir Hubert Parry cover)
06.Romeo and Juliet
07.21st Century Schizoid Man (King Crimson cover)
08.Guitar Solo
09.Knife-Edge (Emerson, Lake & Palmer cover)
10.Hoedown (Aaron Copland cover)
11.Take a Pebble (Emerson, Lake & Palmer cover)
12.Carmina Burana (Trans-Siberian Orchestra cover)
13.Pictures at an Exhibition (Modest Mussorgsky cover)
14.Fanfare for the Common Man (Aaron Copland cover)
15.Drum Solo
16.Nutrocker (Emerson, Lake & Palmer cover)

TT 112:08

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Carl Palmer - drums, percussions
Simon Fitzpatrick - bass
Paul Bielatowicz - guitars

A nice trip to the Big Apple was a good opportunity to see a few shows in town. Thjis one was the first one and also the
first gig of the new tour. If you want my very honest view, the show was not good and did not meet my expectations. It was
a trio without keyboards and vocals. The instrumental only show lacked something and the guitar as a cornerstone of the band
somehow disappointing.

The man himself tried hard to impress the audience and his drumming is out of discussion but...at 66 years old you don't have to
impress by banging hard on the drums or playing fast. I think Carl Palmer has demonstrated what he can do in 45 years of
glorious career, he does not need to show-off. He should play more soft, classy.

Other than that, I was in an ideal spot to record so the show is excellent indeed. Right in the center, sitting just behind
the mixing desk, with the microphones well distanced. Enjoy!