Friday, 19 July 2013

‘I don’t think you look to repeat those things’: Emerson Lake and Palmer provides high standard for Greg Lake

Even as he acknowledges that Emerson Lake and Palmer’s first five albums were some of his best work, Greg Lake doubts that the creative stars will align like that ever again.
“I don’t think you really look to repeat those things,” Lake says in this video Q&A. “Of course, one always looks for inspiration. I would hope, as would any artist, that your best work is ahead of you. But often your best work takes place in your formative years. So, I honestly don’t know.”

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