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Name:Brain Salad Surgery Emerson, Lake & Palmer

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Brain Salad Surgery (Size: 80.62 MB) (Files: 8)

 Brain Salad Surgery

  01 Jerusalem - Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Blake, William.mp3

5.03 MB

  02 Toccata - Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Ginastera, Alberto.mp3

13.08 MB

  03 Still...You Turn Me On - Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Lake, Greg.mp3

5.22 MB

  04 Benny the Bouncer.mp3

4.34 MB

  05 Karn Evil 9- 1st Impression-Part 1.mp3

14.85 MB

  06 Karn Evil 9- 1st Impression-Part 2.mp3

8.74 MB

  07 Karn Evil 9- 2nd Impression.mp3

12.28 MB

  08 Karn Evil 9- 3rd Impression.mp3

17.07 MB
 

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Track Listings

01 - "Jerusalem" (William Blake, Hubert Parry as adapted by Keith Emerson, Greg Lake, Carl Palmer) – 2:44

02 - "Toccata" Adaptation of Ginastera's 1st piano Concerto, 4th movement (Alberto Ginastera, arr. Emerson) – 7:22

03 - "Still...You Turn Me On" (Lake)– 2:53

04 - "Benny the Bouncer" (Emerson, Lake, Peter Sinfield) – 2:21

"Karn Evil 9" (Emerson, Lake, Sinfield) – 29:54

05 - "Karn Evil 9: 1st Impression, Pt. 1" (Emerson, Lake, Sinfield) – 8:43
06 - "Karn Evil 9: 1st Impression, Pt. 2" (Emerson, Lake) – 4:46
07 - "Karn Evil 9: 2nd Impression" (Emerson, Lake) – 7:07
08 - "Karn Evil 9: 3rd Impression" (Emerson, Lake) – 9:03


Contents (from Wikipedia)
The album fuses rock and classical themes. Lyrics were co-written by Greg Lake with fellow ex-King Crimson member (and frequent ELP collaborator) Peter Sinfield.


Jerusalem
"Jerusalem", an adaptation of Hubert Parry's hymn based on William Blake's poem "And did those feet in ancient time", was the only single, but it was not released in the UK due to objections from the BBC.


Toccata
On the instrumental "Toccata", based on the Fourth Movement of Alberto Ginastera's 1st piano Concerto, special synthesized effects were produced not only by Keith Emerson but by Carl Palmer using newly-developed drum synthesizers. Ginastera's agent apparently did not care for ELP's rendition and wasn't going to clear the publishing rights; however, Ginastera himself liked it a lot and arranged for clearance[citation needed]. "Toccata" also gained fame as the theme to the New England cult TV show Creature Double Feature.


Karn Evil 9
The album's longest composition, Karn Evil 9, which is nearly 30 minutes in length, consists of three movements or "impressions", the first and third separated by an extended instrumental passage. The most well-known section is "Karn Evil 9 - 1st Impression, Part 2" (Welcome back my friends to the show that never ends...). "Karn Evil 9" was so long that the first movement originally had to be split between sides 1 and 2 of the album. The original U.S. CD release also divided the piece, but subsequent releases have presented it in an uninterrupted version.[2]

"Karn Evil 9" includes vocal credit for Keith Emerson, and is Emerson's only official vocal credit on an ELP record, despite the fact that the only 'vocals' he contributed to the song were those of the computer voice in the Third Impression.


Album cover
The album cover is considered one of the most memorable (and often disturbing) of its time.[citation needed] It features distinctive Giger monochromatic biomechanical artwork, integrating an industrial mechanism with a human skull and the new ELP logo (created by Giger). The lower part of the skull's face is covered by a circular "screen", which shows the mouth and lower face in its flesh-covered state. In the original LP release, the front cover was split in half down the center, except for the circular screen section (which was attached to the right half). Opening the halves revealed a painting of the complete face: a human female (modelled after Giger's wife[3]), with "alien" hair and multiple scars, including the infinity symbol and a scar from a frontal lobotomy. The two images of the woman are very similar, but the outer image (in the circle) contains what appears to be the top of a phallus below her chin, arising from the "ELP" column below (the second painting originally had the complete phallus, but this was removed at the insistence of the record company[4]). The back cover was solid black with the album title in plain white lettering.

On later vinyl printings (and most CD releases), the front cover is a single piece, and the alternate ("face") view is used on the back cover. However, the 1993 Victory Music CD reissue packaged the album in a special Digipak with the original split cover art, which also unfolded to reveal a small poster with the lyrics and band photos from the original album inner sleeve. The 1996 Rhino edition used a lenticular cover, with the two images morphing into each other when the case moved.

Both paintings were created in pure shades of grey airbrush, to appear metallic and mechanical. However, on some releases of the album, the cover was printed with too much red, making the image (in Giger's words) "cow-shit-pile-brown".[1]

Giger's ELP logo, using a circular enclosure of the "E" and upper portion of the "P", around a column formed by the "L" and the vertical of the "P", became a standard for the band and has been used extensively since.[3]

The paintings for the cover are titled "Work #217 ELP I" and "Work #218 ELP II". The original acrylic-on-paper paintings were lost (or stolen) after a Giger exhibition at the National Technical Museum in Prague, which ended August 31, 2005


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Editorial Review
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With orchestral swells and symphonic arrangements, Emerson Lake & Palmer put the Prague in '70s progressive rock. There was something of that dark, European artistry in their compositions that always made their music more grandiose than their stateside counterparts. Brain Salad Surgery was a conductor's wet dream. Works like the "Impression" study in four movements were epic to the nth degree. Influenced by Mussorgsky and Stravinsky, ELP wreaked havoc with the conventions of what rock and classical music could and could not be. In typical fashion, the trio included one highly accessible cut, in this case the haunting "Still... You Turn Me On." The CD also contains the enigmatic favorite, "Karn Evil 9." --Steve Gdula

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