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Keith Emerson Band feat. Marc Bonilla - Moscow Tarkus 2008 (2011)

Keith Emerson Band feat. Marc Bonilla - Moscow Tarkus 2008 (2011)
Blu-Ray: MPEG-4 AVC Video, 28622 kbps, 1080i, 29,970 fps, 16:9
LPCM Audio, 2304 kbps, 2.0, 48 kHz, 2304 kbps, 24-bit
DTS-HD High-Res Audio, 2304 kbps, 7.1, 48 kHz, 2304 kbps, 24-bit
Progressive Rock | BD3711SPL | ~ 38.66 Gb

On Moscow, the Keith Emerson Band includes ace session guitarist, vocalist, and composer Marc Bonilla (who's toured before with Toy Matinee), bassist Travis Davis, and drummer Tony Pia, who, while currently a member of the Doobie Brothers, has also played with Edgar Winter and Brain Setzer…
The Keith Emerson Trio - The Keith Emerson Trio (2015) {Unissued 1963 rec}

The Keith Emerson Trio - The Keith Emerson Trio (2015) {Unissued 1963 rec}
XLD rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 112 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 59 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 12 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 1963, 2015 Emersongs Ltd. / Cherry Red | KE001
Jazz / Bop / Cool / Piano Trio / Jazz Blues

Long before Keith Emerson was a known name for his involvement with The Nice and with Emerson, Lake & Palmer (ELP), young Keith Merson had a Jazz Trio. According to him, seeing himself as a Jazz musician meant that he was "cool", but still unable to get a girlfriend though. The year is 1963 and the trio reharses at his mother's council house living room in Woking. They manage to get the money to record and cut 4 acetates, one was given to each member of the band and there was one spare copy used to try to get gigs. Fast forward to 2015 and this 4th. copy shows up at a boot sale. Upon hearing about the discovery, Keith Emerson agreed upon the release of the recordings. These recordings have never been for sale on CD before and have been lovingly restored. This release has the full approval of Keith Emerson.

Keith Emerson - At The Movies (2005) 3CD Box Set [Re-Up]  Music

Posted by Designol at May 5, 2016
Keith Emerson - At The Movies (2005) 3CD Box Set [Re-Up]

Keith Emerson - At The Movies (2005) 3CD Box Set
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 1.25 Gb (incl 5%) | Scans included | Time: 03:30:40
Soundtracks, Score, Prog-Rock, Electronic | Label: Castle Music | # CMETD1214

At The Movies is a 3 CD collection of excerpts and pieces from seven films scored by Keith Emerson covering the years 1981 to 2004. Most of this music is very rare and collectable. Much of it makes its official CD debut in the US. Disc one begins with the complete soundtrack to 1981's Sylvester Stallone suspense thriller Nighthawks. The set features a rare vocal Emerson performance of Spencer Davis hit, I'm A Man. Music from the 1986 film Best Revenge closes the disc with guest vocals from Boston's Brad Delp on the song Playing for Keeps. Disc two covers three Italian movie scores beginning with the 1980 horror film Inferno directed by Dario Argento. Next up is four pieces from 1988's La Chiesa or The Church directed by Michele Soavi. The disc closes with nine tracks scored for the film Murderock released in 1986. Disc three features the score for 2 Japanese films. Harmageddon was an animated film from 1985. Godzilla Final Wars closes the set with 13 tracks which Emerson scored for this 2004 remake of the classic monster movie.
Keith Emerson Band feat. Marc Bonilla - Moscow Tarkus 2008 (2011) [BDRip 720p]

Keith Emerson Band feat. Marc Bonilla - Moscow Tarkus 2008 (2011)
MKV: AVC, 1280x720 (16:9), 29.970 fps | PCM 2 ch, 2304 Kbps / DTS 6 ch, 1510 Kbps
Progressive Rock | 01:56:05 | ~ 9.04 Gb

On Moscow, the Keith Emerson Band includes ace session guitarist, vocalist, and composer Marc Bonilla (who's toured before with Toy Matinee), bassist Travis Davis, and drummer Tony Pia, who, while currently a member of the Doobie Brothers, has also played with Edgar Winter and Brain Setzer. The program features numerous Emerson, Lake & Palmer nuggets (including a 35-plus-minute "Tarkus"), some brief Emerson originals (film cues from his soundtrack work), a pair of Bonilla pieces, and two co-writes between Bonilla and Emerson. Filmed August, 2008, at Central House of Cinema, Russia…
Keith Emerson, Glenn Hughes, Marc Bonilla - Boys Club: Live From California (2009)

Keith Emerson, Glenn Hughes, Marc Bonilla - Boys Club: Live From California (2009)
Rock | 1cd | EAC Rip | Ape + Cue + Log | covers
Ear 0195872ERE | rec: 1998 | 500Mb

For those of you fortunate enough to witness the live collaboration of guitar extraordinaire Marc Bonilla with friends Keith Emerson and Glenn Hughes, you will know that these recordings have been rumored to have existed for a very long time. Well, it is a rumor no more as this all star line up affectionately know as the Boys Club has finally seen the light of day. Chronicling a few live California dates back in 1998, Live From California encapsulates the magical moments of these three brilliant musicians on stage.
Keith Emerson - La Chiesa (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (1989)

Keith Emerson - La Chiesa (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (1989)
Soundtrack | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Cinevox CD MDF 329 | rem: 2001 | 310Mb

In this album released in the late 80ґs, Goblin has slightly neglected their characteristic jazzy "frenetic" rock to concentrate on the darkest and most symphonic part of their music. By consequence the music is clearly dedicated to Dario Argentoґs movie. The doom, sinister atmosphere is essentialy provided by church organ parts, electronic loops. The result provides a "malefic" synth symphony. "The Church" combines use of curch organ musical sentences and electronic drums, synth rythmical motifs.
Keith Emerson Band feat. Marc Bonilla - Moscow (2011)

Keith Emerson Band feat. Marc Bonilla - Moscow (2011)
Rock | 2cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Edel SZCD 7211-11 | rec: 2008 | 835Mb

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 bass is not very audible, especially when compared to the studio album. The show's highlights are: 1) Third movement from Emerson's piano concerto; 2) Bitches Crystal; 3) The Barbarian; 4) Tarkus. The other stuff is good enough, but not always exciting as those four big tracks.
Keith Emerson Band feat. Marc Bonilla - Moscow (2011)

Keith Emerson Band feat. Marc Bonilla - Moscow (2011)
DVD9 | VIDEO_TS | MPEG-2 Video, PAL 16:9 (720x576), 25fps, 7520kbps | DD 5.1, 448kbps; LPCM, 2.0 | 116min | 6300Mb
Rock | Edel 0206401ERE | rec: 2008 | covers

Give to the 60 years old Keith Emerson, some young arms, let him play his keyboards like he can and you will have a great evening of ELP music with new songs from his Kieth Emerson Band, which are quiet good and fits very well with the ELP's material. The role play by Marc Bonilla on guitar and vocals give a heavier sound to the usual ELP's sound. The songs of ELP have been re-arranged and that is quiet refreshing, the songs have more speed and more power with Bonilla's guitar work.
Keith Emerson & Greg Lake - Live From Manticore Hall (2014)

Keith Emerson & Greg Lake - Live From Manticore Hall (2014)
EAC Rip | FLAC Image + Cue + Log - 439 MB | MP3 CBR @320 kbps - 184 MB | Full scans - 15.7 MB
Label: Manticore Records | Catalog.#: MR001 | Genre: Progressive Rock, Art-Rock

The dynamic duo of Keith Emerson and Greg Lake (two-thirds of Emerson, Lake and Palmer) went on tour in 2010. Four years later, Live From Manticore Hall captures nine intimate versions of ELP tunes, a little King Crimson, and even a Q&A. The tour would serve as a precursor to Emerson, Lake and Palmer’s 2010 High Voltage reunion in London, speculated to be the final ELP reunion.

Keith Emerson - Emerson Plays Emerson (2002)  

Posted by uff at Nov. 23, 2014
Keith Emerson - Emerson Plays Emerson (2002)

Keith Emerson - Emerson Plays Emerson (2002)
Rock | 1cd | EAC Rip | Ape + Cue + Log | covers
EMI 7243 5 57301 2 1 | rel: 2002 | 310Mb

This is the album that longtime fans of Keith Emerson have dreamed of. For most of this hourlong CD, Emerson sticks exclusively to grand piano, eschewing the bank of synthesizers (and Hammond organ) that tended at times to distract from his abilities as a keyboardist. Since this CD was produced over a period of time in different locales, the sound varies depending on the conditions under which the recording was made. Emerson's originals include the reflective ballad "Vagrant" (though it has its flashy moments), the gorgeous and somewhat bittersweet "Solitudinous," the jaunty boogie-woogie "A Cajun Alley," "Roll'n Jelly" (a bluesy salute to jazz great Jelly Roll Morton), and a new version of "Barrelhouse Shakedown" (which mixes ragtime and boogie-woogie).