Dubbed the first “supergroup” of Progressive Rock, the three members of Emerson, Lake & Palmer came from existing groups (Keith Emerson from The Nice, Greg Lake from King Crimson and Carl Palmer from Atomic Rooster) and combined to push the boundaries of Progressive Rock. They drew from classical as well as Jazz influences and specifically their pioneering use of the synthesizer was certainly considered unique and different. They were also known for their over the top live shows in which they tried to match their musical textures in both sound and look. Ironically, this led to the reaction of the more stripped down Punk genre to take off but for what Emerson, Lake & Palmer were they were among its best. Like others on this list, their chances rely on the committee’s perception of the genre they represent.
CYN..... Honest to god this is one of the best quotes I have ever heard in all my searching for justice on this site.I could not agree more in all my life.I wish we could make them understand how terrible it is to wait so long that the artists have since died. TOTALLY UNACCEPTABLE .
Hey Hall of Fame: It's not all just about the Beatles, Elvis, and Bob Dylan. There are OTHER forms of music as well. Open your minds, as well as your ears.