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File under: OstCult Movies80s

Keith Emerson


Label: Cinevox

Format: CD

Genre: Library/Soundtracks

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*2022 stock* Murderock continues Keith Emerson's string of soundtrack albums he released after disbanding Emerson, Lake & Palmer in 1980. "Streets to Blame" and "Not So Innocent," which feature singer Doreen Chanter. It begins with pop songs and the remainder of the disc consists of instrumentals, from the jazzy, lighthearted "Coffee Time" to the heavily orchestrated "Candice," most of which are at the very least pleasant and all of which have moments of inspiration. Here are some of Emerson's best instrumental work.

File under: OstCult Movies80s
Cat. number: CD MDF 345
Year: 2001
Tracks 12 to 15 previously unrealeased on the original Cinevox album Bubble Blulp 1819 issued in 1984 Tracks 1 to 4: Recorded at The Barn and Ollie Studios - London Tracks 5 to 15 : Recorded at Sonic Studios and Trafalgar Recording Studios - Rome Original Motion Picture Soundtrack "Murder Rock - Uccide a passo di danza" directed by Lucio Fulci.