I think this is an excellent cover of the first song on ELP's s/t album: If you grew up in the 1970s (I was 18 in 1971), Emerson, Lake and Palmer were one of the most unusual and musically accomplished bands. There will never be another Keith Emerson. I mean never, with a capital "N". Keith Emerson wasn't the first to use a synthesizer, but he was one of the earliest adopters, and one of its most skilled practitioners. Nicely complemented by Greg Lake, who handled bass (and other guitar duties as well) and had a magnificent voice for this music. Add in Carl Palmer, sitting in the midst of a extensive drum set, including an oversized gong hanging behind him. My favorite albums, in order, are self-titled, Trilogy, and then kind of a tie for Brain Salad Surgery and Tarkus. Those four albums are just superb (I know many think BSS is the peak of their creative output -- I disagree). It grieves me that Keith and Greg are no longer with us, but we have their music, which is still fresh to these ears.