Mobile Fidelity adds its second title by art-rock giants Emerson, Lake and Palmer with the addition of Trilogy. Joining Tarkus in the Anadisq LP & Gold CD catalog, this release is another spectacular example of the group's incorporation of motifs and extended composition into the rock format.
Originally released on Atlantic in 1972, Trilogy was the first album on which the group successfully incorporated the music of Aaron Copeland, here on the track Hoedown, which became an ELP signature mark. With Eddie Offord acting as production engineer, the musical style here ranges from the romantic title track to the powerful mixture of pomp and mysticism of The Endless Enigma (Parts I and II).
Selections: Fugue, From the Beginning, The Sheriff, Living Sin, The Endless Enigma, Abaddon's Bolero.