|69.Carl and Vincent arrived back in the UK to form
Atomic Rooster after departing from The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown at
the end of a U.S. tour. Even as a young 19 year old, Carl was already an
experienced drummer having played with The Thunderbirds and Crazy World.
A Jazz influenced drummer Carl had an all-action style, his drum solos
worth the ticket price alone. Carl has two co-writes on the 1st LP and
after its recording, toured with Rooster, first with Nick on bass and
then John on guitar, this being the "progressive" facet of
By June '70, Carl had left to join Keith Emerson and Greg Lake, to form Emerson, Lake and Palmer, playing his last Rooster gig on May 31st.
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1970 Emerson, Lake and Palmer, debut album.
1971 Tarkus, Pictures At An Exhibition, with ELP
1972 Trilogy, with ELP.
1973 Brain Salad Surgery, with ELP
1974 Welcome Back My Friends to the Show That Never Ends, with ELP
1977 Works Vol. 1, Works Vol. 2 , with ELP
1978 Love Beach with ELP
1979 In Concert ELP (re-released later with extra tracks as Works Live)
1980 Best of Emerson, Lake & Palmer , One PM, as PM
1983 Alpha, with Asia
1985 Astra, with Asia
1988 Three To the Power of Three with Keith Emerson and Robert Berry.
1990 Then & Now, Asia,
1991 Aqua, Live in Moscow, Live in Nottingham, all with Asia.
1992 Black Moon, with ELP
1993 Live at the Royal Albert Hall, Works Live, Return of the Manticore Box Set, with ELP
1994 In the Hot Seat, with ELP.
1996 Archiva Vol.2 with Asia, (Carl on one track only "The Smoke that Thunders")
1997 Now Nottingham Live , re-release of earlier album with Asia, King Biscuit Flower Hour ELP Live, Live in Poland, Live At The Isle of Wight with ELP
1998 Then and Now, ELP
2000 Very Best of Asia: Heat of the Moment.
- Greg Lake From the Beginning:Retrospective 1997
- Mike Oldfield Five Miles Out 1981, 1 track "Mount Teide"!
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