The Shame, The Shy Limbs, King Crimson, Emerson Lake & Palmer, solo artist, producer, composer, lyricist, bass player extraordinaire, Greg Lake had it all. BMG pays fitting tribute to Lake's trailblazing career with The Anthology: A Musical Journey, an essential 20-track double vinyl LP collection of his outstanding songs and iconic performances. The Anthology has many notable highlights: for starters there's the hugely collectible psych 45 "Love" that Lake recorded in 1969 whilst with the Shy Limbs, alongside carefully curated treasures from ELP's hit albums, notably "Take A Pebble," "C'est La Vie" and "Lucky Man." No Anthology would be complete without that much-loved solo hit "I Believe In Father Christmas," or the inclusion of King Crimson's "21st Schizoid Man," "Peace" and "In The Court Of The Crimson King." Inside an accompanying 28-page booklet is an extended essay from author Chris Welch alongside a host of unseen photographs alongside contributions from ELP manager Stewart Young and Greg Lake's wife of 40 years, Regina Lake, and many heartfelt tributes from other friends and colleagues.