Inferno (LP)

Keith Emerson

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Classical, Electronic
January 17, 2011

Format: Vinyl (LP)



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Rocker Keith Emerson composed and performed a number of soundtracks for European and Asian films in the early '80s, yet few of those films ever reached American audiences, and most of the soundtracks made brief appearances in the import sections of record stores. The music Emerson composed for this suspense/horror film features him almost exclusively on piano, backed by an orchestra conducted by Godfrey Salmon, building upon his main title theme. The keyboard selections are rather unremarkable, except for the finale, "Cigarettes, Ice, Etc.," on which Emerson uses his full keyboard arsenal to excellent effect. Unfortunately, the choral segments sound rather pretentious and dated. This LP is more likely to appeal to those who wish to collect all of Emerson's recorded works than to fans of Emerson, Lake & Palmer or soundtracks in general.

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Key Value
Catalogue number AMSLP34
Barcode 8016158303445
Number of items 1
Imported No
Weight 300g
Dimensions (LxWxH) 298mm x 3mm x 298mm

Disc 1

Track Listing — Disc 1, Side 1

Song Title Time
1. Inferno (Main Title Theme) 02:51
2. Rose's Descent Into The Cellar 04:56
3. Taxi Ride (rome) 02:38
4. The Library 00:48
5. Sarah In The Library Vaults 01:12
6. Brookbinder's Delight 01:06
7. Rose Leaves The Apartament 03:25
8. Rose Gets It 02:03

Track Listing — Disc 1, Side 2

Song Title Time
1. Elisa's Story 01:16
2. A Cat Attic Attack 03:07
3. Kazanian's Tarantella 03:31
4. Mark's Discovery 01:18
5. Mater Tenebrarum 02:35
6. Inferno Finale 02:21
7. Cigarretes, Ices, Etc. 02:48