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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2005

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Disc 1: Vol. 1 (US Movies)

1. Nighthawks (Main Title Theme) (2:25)
2. Mean Stalkin' (2:21)
3. The Bust (2:08)
4. Nighthawking (6:18)
5. The Chase (6:03)
6. I'm A Man (4:20)
7. The Chopper (3:04)
8. Tramway (3:26)
9. I'm Comin' In (3:04)
10. Face To Face (2:52)
11. Flight Of the Hawk (3:09)
12. Best Revenge - Orchestral Suite (15:28)
13. Playing For Keeps (4:21)
14. The Dreamer (Love Theme) (2:40)
15. Wha'dya Mean (5:04)
16. Outgoing Tide (1:49)
17. For Those Who Win (3:35)
18. The Runner (3:26)

Disc 2: Vol. 2 (Italian Movies)

1. Inferno (Main Title) (2:55)
2. Rose's Descent Into The Cellar (4:56)
3. Taxi Ride (Rome) (2:13)
4. The Library (0:55)
5. Sarah In the Library Vaults (1:15)
6. Bookbinder's Delight (1:09)
7. Rose Leaves The Apartment (3:28)
8. Rose Gets It (2:07)
9. Elisa's Story (1:07)
10. A Cat Attic Attack (3:11)
11. Kazanian's Tarantella (3:31)
12. Mark's Discovery (1:21)
13. Mater Tenebrarum (2:36)
14. Inferno Finale (2:23)
15. Cigarettes, Ices, Etc (2:49)
16. Inferno Extras (10:15)
17. La Chiesa (The Church - Main Theme) (3:56)
18. The Possession (2:28)
19. Prelude 24 (2:21)
20. La Chiesa Revisited (4:23)
21. Murderock (2:46)
22. Not So Innocent (3:32)
23. Prelude To Candice (1:45)
24. Don't Go In The Shower (1:05)
25. Coffee Time (2:32)
26. Candice (3:38)
27. New York Dash (1:32)
28. Tonight Is Not Your Night (1:12)
29. The Spillone (1:50)

Disc 3: Vol. 3 (Japanese Movies)

1. Harmagedon (Theme Of The Floi) (3:35)
2. Jo And Michiko (2:44)
3. Sonny's Skate State (4:14)
4. Zamedy Stomp (2:59)
5. Challenge Of the Psionic Fighter (4:12)
6. Children Of the Light (3:59)
7. Godzilla Vs. Gotengo (1:51)
8. Godzilla Final Wars Titles (2:59)
9. EDF Headquarters Fight (1:37)
10. EDF Museum (1:18)
11. Infant Island (2:00)
12. Rodan Attacks NYC (4:14)
13. Earth Defense Forces Theme (2:45)
14. Motorcycle Battle (2:49)
15. Godzilla Awakens (1:51)
16. Love Theme (1:28)
17. Monster Zero Theme (2:14)
18. Cruising The Cirro Stratus (2:44)
19. Godzilla Theme (1:20)
20. Godzilla Final Wars End Titles (4:41)


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Line-up / Musicians

- Keith Emerson / keyboards

Releases information

3CD Castle Music CMETD1214 (2005)(UK)
3CD Castle Music 38258 (2005)

This 3-CD set is a compilation of tracks taken from Emerson's movie soundtracks.

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Review by Muzikman
4 stars At The Movies is perhaps the most interesting of the recent Emerson rereleases. They were all recorded specifically for movie soundtracks in three different countries. The approach and process for music like this is entirely different from any other that Emerson recorded in his career.

The 67 tracks are broken down in three disc and sections, U.S., Italian, and Japanese movies. Each disc is a reflection of the silver screen in each respective country. Surely, this had to be a daunting task to accomplish. Dealing with three completely different cultures and entertainment worlds had to be most challenging. It came as no surprise to me that Emerson was up for the challenge and relished the opportunity to create this music.

While all of it was good, and undeniably, the most different set of tracks I have ever heard from Emerson, they all had their own flair, style, and flavor, capturing the unique soundtrack element as needed within each entertainment culture. I have no idea how the music matched up with the corresponding films but I am sure it worked out well.

The Japanese set was the most energetic and Emerson like if you will, out of all the sets. The Japanese Godzilla themes and all the other famous B movie monsters are in need of typically eerie sci-fi like sounds, and who could be have done a better job than Emerson to provide the necessary atmospheres with his keyboard and synthesizer wizardry. The U.S. and Italian sets are less prog- like and focus on the more contemporary and classical sounds that Emerson so easily coaxes from his instruments.

Three sets of music from one of the most compelling keyboard players of our time is a lot to take in, but so very enjoyable. The thing about listening to all this music is how diverse and complex it is. Emerson is simply incredible and I am convinced there is not a style of music the man cannot make his own. The proof is right.

Review by snobb
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Honorary Collaborator
4 stars This 3-CD set is real gem for any Emerson fan. Three collections of movie soundtrack songs (separately for US,Italian and Japaneese movies) from very different periods - you really can find whatever you want there!

This is huge amount of music, but because of very different melodies,styles nothing is boring. I must to say, that between so many compositions there are just few weak things, or just a few.

So, you can listen all that starting from classic retro-movie soundtracks to very jazzy pieces, mixed in unpossible mix, and you will hear plenty of different Emerson sides.

Can be recommended even for regular listeners ( not Emerson fans), because in total is just a collection of classy easy listening.

Review by Evolver
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Crossover & JR/F/Canterbury Teams
4 stars I have about half of these soundtrack albums stowed away in my vinyl collection, and I don't remember them being this good. Maybe my tastes have changed over the years. I really like Emerson's orchestral arrangements a lot now. You can hear the influence of the twentieth century orchestral compsers on his work, most notably, his old favorites, Ginastera and Bartok.

As for the rock songs peppered around this collection, they are hit or miss. Some are very good, like Playing For Keeps from the film Best Revenge, with Boston's singer Brad Delp, which sounds like it could have come from any of Cairo's albums. Some are so-so, like the cover of Spencer Davis' I'm A Man, played in a kunk style, with Emerson himself straining through the vocals. And some are just plain bad, like the insipid Not So Innocent, from Harmagedon.

If you are looking for the most ELP-like tracks, them go for the soundtrack from Inferno, it's easily the best of all of Emerson's soundtracks. The worst have to be the disco and electronica from Godzilla Final Wars.

But despite the up and down nature of the selections. This is a nice collection to own.

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