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Greg Lake


  • 1. Nuclear Attack
    2. Love You Too Much
    3. It Hurts
    4. Black and Blue
    5. Retribution Drive
    6. Long Goodbye
    7. Lie, The
    8. Someone
    9. Let Me Love You Once Before You Go
    10. For Those Who Dare
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 505724

  • Credits
    ProducerGreg Lake
    EngineerHarold Blumberg; Haydn Bendall; John Timperly; Paul Dobe; Brian Robson; Nigel Walker; Steve Short

    Personnel: Dean Parks, Snuffy Walden, Steve Lukather, Gary Moore (guitar); Clarence Clemons (saxophone); Greg Matheson, Tommy Eyre, Bill Cuomo (keyboards); Jode Leigh, Jeff Porcaro, Michael Giles, Ted McKenna (drums).
    Audio Remasterer: Andy Pearce.
    Liner Note Authors: Derek Oliver; Malcolm Dome.
    After the breakup of Emerson, Lake & Palmer in 1978, Greg Lake set out to launch a solo career. He teamed up with guitar virtuoso Gary Moore and enlisted the talents of Bruce Springsteen's sax player, Clarence Clemmons, as well as Toto veterans Steve Lukather, David Paich, and Jeff Porcaro. The result was his 1981 self-titled debut album. After more than a decade with prog-rock legends ELP and King Crimson, it is clear Lake was looking for a musical change and a chance to perform as a guitarist, his primary instrument, after more than a decade mainly playing bass. The album is a guitar driven venture into straight forward rock & roll which features well written songs and some sizzling guitar work by Gary Moore. Lake's voice soars, as it did with ELP, and we see that his guitar prowess is something too often hidden in the past. His skill as a producer is also evident as he brings out the power of each note with a big, energizing sound. There are probably Greg Lake fans who would not wish to see him take this path with the rest of his career, but you can definitely tell that he enjoyed stepping out, and it translates to a powerful and enjoyable album. ~ Marc Loren

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