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This album looks like a fairly good survey, mostly of the earlier psychedelic songs. Unfortunately, they are all studio versions. None of them live w/ orchestra, where the band really shone. But what really spurred me to write this brief review, is the fact that half of the tracks have the wrong title listings. So buyer be aware. I'd strongly suggest starting w/ 5 Bridges & and the posthumous Elegy, anyway.

The Nice were pushed into the shadows by the later Emerson, Lake & Palmer. But, I think Emerson did some of his best (innovative and understated) work with this band. After 40 years I still find The Nice provocative,

Biography

Formed: May, 1967 in London, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s

During much of their three years together, the Nice were more of a cult act than actual stars — but they eventually did find major success in England and an international following and, in the course of making some great records and playing even finer shows, they bridged the gap between mid-'60s psychedelic pop and '70s art rock, laying the groundwork for the entire progressive rock explosion in the process. And it was with the Nice that Keith Emerson began his transformation from an unknown...
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