Here is a fourth clip of Gary Calame's E.L.P. tribute band from the late '90s. This is a compilation of segments from the first impression of Karn Evel 9 that have been edited together to fit YouTube's maximum video length.
Here is the third clip of Gary Calame's E.L.P. tribute band from the late '90s. It has been edited to fit DailyMotion's 10-minute-maximum video length. It begins with the Fanfare intro, then jumps into U.K.'s Alaska (with some interesting chords in the middle). Next is a funny exchange betweeen the drums and the keyboard drums. And finally, they do the rest of Fanfare and finish off with Peter Gunn.
Here's a 6½ minute clip of keyboardist extraordinaire Gary Calame's E.L.P. tribute band from the late '90s. It's a medley section during a 16-minute version of Tarkus arranged by Gary with The Sheriff and a bunch of U.K. stuff (In the Dead of Night, Thirty Years, Time to Kill) cleverly thrown in. This was their first gig and there was very little prior rehearsal because bass player John Anderson lived 400 miles away; so it's a little rough around the edges. The drummer, Shaun Guerin, also sang lead on every song. It's very rare to see a drummer double up like that. Tragically, Shaun died in 2003. This one's for you, buddy.