He was a classically trained pianist who, as a rocker in the 1970s, fostered what some critics described as a “flamboyant and aggressive approach to keyboards.” And until his death on March 11, Keith Emerson (1944–2016) was—just like the title of one of his group’s early songs—“A Lucky Man.” From 1970 until 1979, he was part ...
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