The Nice

At the end of the 60s, The Nice established themselves as one of the leaders of classic rock (as their name suggests: a blend of rock and classical music). Eccentrically staged (knife-throwing at instruments, etc.) and even provocative (burning the American flag during a concert), The Nice enjoyed some success, notably with The Thoughts Of Emerlist DavJack (1967) and Ars Longa Vita Brevis (1968). After O'List's departure, the band continued its career as a trio, with a few good albums (Nice, 1969, and Five Bridges Suite, 1970). The group disbanded in the early '70s, but Emerson retained his musical formula for the better with his new band, Emerson, Lake And Palmer.

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