Emerson, Lake & Palmer took an extended break in They regrouped in to record Works Volume 1 at Mountain Studios in Montreux, Switzerland and EMI Studios in Paris, France. It is a double album with one side of an LP containing songs by each member and a fourth of group stoneshaperfelharimhelldweller.infoinfoated acts: Emerson, Lake & Powell, 3, The .
"Tarkus" is the title track of Emerson, Lake & Palmer's second album. The progressive rock epic lasts It was the longest studio song by the band until the three impressions of " Karn Evil 9 ".Genre: Progressive rock.
Emerson says that the word is completely original, and the only thing he's heard close to it is "tukhus" - a Yiddish word for the rear end. Always a very theatrical band, Emerson, Lake & Palmer at one point shared the stage with a model of the Tarkus creature, which would blast .