|Touch And Go|
|Produced by Greg Lake and Tony Taverner|
|Released on June 1986|
|US CHART POSITION #60 (charted June 21, 1986 for 8 weeks)|
|Find it at GEMM|
|PRO 421-1 cover
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K ronomyth 12.1: I WOULD LIKE A SECOND ELP’ING. When the future didn’t arrive in 1984, the past came flooding back to fill its place, including a band thought lost to the tarpits of time: ELP. (In coming through the time machine, the letter P pulled Cozy Powell along with them since the original P for Palmer was already transported in A for Asia.) To my amazement, ELP came through the time machine clean and pristine with “Touch And Go,” their pomp and majesty intact. Unlike the retrofitted Yes, Emerson and Lake return to their original height and haunts with only slight concessions made to tiresome modernity. The single doesn’t edit/extend the remarkably succinct original, though the 12-inch adds a version of “The Locomotion,” which I’m informed by Miles Husoy is the Goffin/King track we all know and loathe.
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|REGION||RELEASE DATE||LABEL||MEDIA||ID NUMBER||FEATURES|
|UK||1986||Polydor||7"/12||POSP/POSPX 804||picture sleeve|
|US||June 1986||Polydor||7"||885 101||picture sleeve|
|US||1986||Polydor||12PRO||PRO 421-1||feat. A on both sides|
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