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The first US version of Nice was briefly reissued in 1973 by Columbia Special Products.
Redirected from Elegy (Nice album)). Elegy was the final official album release by the Nice, Keith Emerson having moved on to Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Lee Jackson to Jackson Heights and Brian Davison to Every Which Way. It consists of live versions of songs from earlier releases and a cover of "My Back Pages". Released after the Nice had disbanded, the album achieved number 5 in the UK album chart.
Nice is a 1992 studio album by the Australian band of the same name. The songs "Theme from Nice" and "Circuit Diagram" were featured in the 1990s Nickelodeon television series The Adventures of Pete & Pete. Head in the Hay" - 2:39. Theme from Nice" – 3:17. Circuit Diagram" – 3:49. No Drinkin' Buddies" – 2:29. Christiana Amore" – 4:19.
Compilation, 1985, Castle Communications. Here Come The Nice : the Immediate Anthology. Compilation, 2000, Immediate Records.
The reduction of the Nice to a trio allowed the band to further explore fusing rock with jazz and classical music, most notably with an adaptation of Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No 3 titled "Acceptance Brandenburger". Nice and Five Bridges became big hit albums in Britain, but the group never broke through in America. In 1969, Emerson met Greg Lake, then with King Crimson, on a . tour, and broke up the Nice in frustration in 1970 due to its lack of success.
The Nice's third album was their first to break them into the star recording bracket in the . where it reached number three on the charts. Though only measuring six songs in all, it covered a lot of territory, in a rich mixture of psychedelic rock, jazz, and classical that did a lot to map the format for progressive rock. It also included a reworking of the B-side of their first single in "Azrael Revisited," a slight throwback to the more playful psychedelia of their roots with "Diary of an Empty Day," and the nine-minute "For Example," in which Emerson stretched out his jazz-classical mutations to a fuller length, throwing in a quote from "Norwegian Wood" along the way.
4 scamps with big appetites. The Nice Ones, by The Nice Ones.