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KEITH EMERSON BAND FEATURING MARC BONILLA - MOSCOW

Keith Emerson

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Live, released in 2011

Songs / Tracks Listing

CD1
1. Karn Evil 9 (1st Impression, Part 2) (Emerson - Lake) (5:20)
2. Piano Concerto (3rd Movement) (Emerson) (9:01)
3. Bitches Crystal (Emerson - Lake) (5:48)
4. Malambo (Ginastera) (7:46)
5. Touch And Go (Emerson - Lake) (5:13)
6. Lucky Man (Lake) (9:26)
7. Miles Away Pt. 1 (Bonilla) (1:56)
8. Miles Away Pt. 2 (Bonilla) (2:13)
9. Crusaders Cross (Emerson) (1:15)
10. Fugue (Emerson) (0:46)
11. Marche Train (Emerson - Bonilla) (6:45)
12. Finale (Emerson - Bonilla) (5:52)

Total time 61:25


CD2
1. The Barbarian (Bart?k) (6:20)
2. Tarkus (Emerson - Lake) (35:41)
3. Nutrocker Suite (Tchaikovsky) (5:16)

Total time 47:18

Bonus tracks (Varese Sarabande CD):
4. Moscow Fantasia (1:42)
5. Malambo (Orchestral Version) (4:11)

Total time 53:11


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Line-up / Musicians

- Keith Emerson / keyboards, grand piano, Theremin
- Marc Bonilla / guitars and lead vocals
- Tony Pia / drums
- Travis Davis / bass and backing vocals

Releases information

Recorded live at Dom Kino Theatre in Moscow, Russia, 26.08.2008

2CD Victor VICP-64845/6 (2011, Japan)
2CD earMUSIC 0206400ERE (2011)
2CD Edel 4601250372112 (2011)
2CD Soyuz Music, under licence by Edel SZCD 7211-11 (2011, Russia)
2CD Varese Sarabanda 302 067 073 2 (2011, USA) with two bonus tracks

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Review by Evolver
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Crossover & JazzRock/Fusion Teams
4 stars This is a great live album. The performances are some of the best I've heard from Keith Emerson in years. But there are flaws. The first I presume is evident on all versions of this album. The recording, which sounds like it came from a mixing board, distorts at many times.

The other problem, which occurs on the Varese Sarabande release that I have, is that whoever mastered the CD is a moron. Anyone who has ever burned music to a CD with all but the cheapest software has seen the setting to either put a gap between each track, or have them run directly from one track to the next.

Well guys? This is a live album, having the crowd noise stop for two seconds between each track is annoying, and inexcusable. And on disk 1, tracks 7 through 12 are a suite, where each track is a piece of the one song. The gaps here are more than annoying, they ruin the flow of the song.

Luckily, I can rip the CD, and re-burn the tracks properly. But I shouldn't have to.

That out of the way, Emerson has come all the way back from his well known medical issues, and brings everything to this concert. Sure, some of the passages are a bit slower than we remember, but his solos are as fierce as ever. Marc Bonilla, with whom Emerson has been playing for years now, is a technically better guitarist than Greg Ocean (he's too big to be a Lake now), although not as subtle. But Bonilla has a talent of knowing just what to keep from Lake's versions of the songs. And the additional guitar in the songs adds some awesome heaviness while at the same time allowing Emerson to break loose on the keys.

The songs that benefit the most are the Piano Concerto (3rd Movement), that sounds less classical, and more metal here, and The Barbarian, which become much more barbaric. And Lucky Man has been rearranged without losing the soul of the song. I just which they would include their new version of Living Sin.

The Miles Away suite from the Emerson/Bonilla studio album, despite the gaps, is much more energized here, and the 35 minute Tarkus is luscious.

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Posted Friday, October 14, 2011

Review by SouthSideoftheSky
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Symphonic Team
4 stars Finale

Here we have the great Keith Emerson performing live with "The Keith Emerson Band featuring Marc Bonilla" in Moscow some years ago. Hearing it now it is incredible that Emerson has lost none of his energy over the years. Indeed, this live concert rocks more than Emerson Lake & Palmer ever did! As I noted in my review of Greg Lake's similarly excellent 2006 live concert DVD (simply called Greg Lake Live), the addition of electric guitar to classic ELP songs is a real winner. ELP was a great band in their own right, but I have always felt that the trio format was somewhat limiting. It is an interesting fact that both Emerson and Lake decided to add more guitar to the ELP songs in their respective solo bands' repertoires - in both cases to great effect, I would say! (And, of course, Palmer plays with Steve Howe in Asia.) Here it is Marc Bonilla who sings lead vocals and plays electric guitar while leaving bass guitar duties to Travis Davis. The drummer is Tony Pia. Together they make up a really tight unit and the performances are very good.

The set list consists mainly of material that Emerson performed previously with Greg Lake and Carl Palmer, including a piece of Karn Evil 9, Bitches Crystal, The Barbarian, and a 35 minute version of Tarkus. From the Emerson Lake & Powell album comes Touch And Go, (a song also performed by Lake's solo band). There are here also several tracks from the 2008 studio album credited to The Keith Emerson Band featuring Marc Bonilla. That was a good album, and these new songs hold up rather well among the classics.

Bonilla's voice is very similar to that of Greg Lake and he sings the songs originally sung by Lake very well indeed. Lucky Man, though, is so much Greg's own personal song that I feel it was unwise to include it here. Still, they manage to pull off a strong rendition of that classic song. Overall, this is an excellent live record that I would warmly recommend. It is a very nice companion to the aforementioned Greg Lake Live DVD.

Any fan of ELP or of keyboard-driven Symphonic Prog in general is not going to be disappointed by Moscow!

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4 stars The Moscow album sounds much better than the studio album from the same year (2008). Both Emerson and Bonilla are both fantastic on stage. Bonilla replaces Greg Lake's absence with great ease. Tony Pia's drumming is more than adequate. The only victim of the live final mix is Travis Davis: his ba ... (read more)

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