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  1. Let's face it -- no matter how far he gets stylistically from his work with Emerson, Lake & Palmer, and he has gotten very far afield from it at times, Greg Lake's fandom is always going to be rooted in his work with the prog rock trio during the s and its various incarnations since. So it's no surprise that the entire first half of this two-and-a-half-hour double-CD set is devoted to his 9/
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  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Love You Too Much on Discogs. Label: Chrysalis - CHS • Format: Vinyl 7 Greg Lake - Love You Too Much (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(3).
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  6. I finished the song and it was called 'I Love You Too Much.'" Having recorded the song, Lake wasn't satisfied with the guitar solo; he wanted "something blistering," which was not his style, so his manager (he thought, remembering back 30 years) said he would give Gary Moore a call.
  7. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Greg Lake - Love You Too Much at Discogs. Complete your Greg Lake collection/5(6).
  8. May 13,  · If you believe that a person can make, create, his own good fortune, 'luck' if you will, then by all measures Greg Lake is King. Forget the "he's too old" or the "his voice doesn't hold up" critics, there is plenty to enjoy throughout this video/5(26).
  9. Aug 30,  · You will notice how Greg Lake's voice changes on these tracks. Once you arrive at this point on the CD, Greg's voice becomes more mature and deeper. He transforms into a "bluesey / Jazz-like" singer. Although not as high pitched as before, the "earthy" Greg Lake still uses his voice effectively, especially on "Black Moon" and "Paper Blood."/5(9).

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