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Works Volume I
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Works Volume I

Works Volume I is an album released in 1977 by Emerson, Lake & Palmer;. It is a two disc set divided into four major sections, one each highlighting each band member, and one for combined works.

The album represented a comeback after four years since Brain Salad Surgery. Most of the album featured a full orchestral accompaniment, and was regarded as self-indulgent by most critics, although an edited version of "Fanfare for the Common Man" (an Aaron Copland composition) was released on single and became a hit.

Table of contents
1 Track listing

Track listing

Disc One

Keith Emerson

  1. "Piano Concerto No. 1"
    1. First Movement: "Allegro Giojoso" (9:21)
    2. Second Movement: "Andante Molto Cantabile" (2:09)
    3. Third Movement: "Toccata Con Fucco" (6:48)

Greg Lake

  1. "Lend Your Love To Me Tonight" (4:01)
  2. "C'Est La Vie" (4:16)
  3. "Hallowed Be Thy Name" (4:35)
  4. "Nobody Loves You Like I Do" (3:56)
  5. "Closer To Believing" (5:33)

Disc Two

Carl Palmer

  1. "The Enemy God Dances With The Black Spirits" (3:20)
  2. "L.A. Nights" (5:42)
  3. "New Orleans" (2:45)
  4. "Two Part Invention In D Minor" (1:54)
  5. "Food For Your Soul" (3:57)
  6. "Tank" (13:28)

Emerson, Lake & Palmer

  1. "Fanfare For The Common Man" (9:40)
  2. "Pirates" (13:18)