Keys to Imagination

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Keys to Imagination
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Studio album by Yanni
Released 1986
Genre Instrumental
Length 38:13
Label Private Music
Producer Yanni
Yanni chronology
Optimystique
(1984)
Keys to Imagination
(1986)
Out of Silence
(1987)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 5/5 stars[1]

Keys to Imagination is the second studio album by Keyboardist Yanni, released on the Private Music label in 1986.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "The North Shore of Matsushima" 5:08
2. "Looking Glass" 6:35
3. "Nostalgia" 4:27
4. "Santorini" 4:34
5. "Port of Mystery" 4:49
6. "Keys to Imagination" 5:13
7. "Forgotten Yesterdays" 3:30
8. "Forbidden Dreams" 3:57

AllMusic Review[edit]

In a review by Backroads Music/Heartbeats, "Yanni's first Private Music release is a true masterpiece of dramatic synthesizer music. His music is lusty and brilliant, richly melodious and memorable, full of passion & life as befits his Greek heritage. One of the ultimate car-stereo albums, Yanni's flamboyant, superb style of compositions makes Keys to Imagination some of the most extravagant, hyperspace music we know."[2]

Personnel[edit]

  • All music composed and produced by Yanni

Production[edit]

Yanni recorded Keys to Imagination at his home studio in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

  • Executive Producer: Peter Baumann
  • Mixed by Peter Baumann, Jerry Steckling, and Yanni
  • Engineer: Jerry Steckling
  • Assistant Engineer: Chris Bubacz
  • Mastered at Masterdisk (New York City by Bob Ludwig)
  • Cover concept: Peter Baumann
  • Photo-Illustration: Stafford/Wehlacz for Prima Vista Studios
  • Art Direction: Dale Wehlacz
  • Photography: Stafford
  • Photocomposite: M. Bonner

References[edit]

  1. ^ AllMusic
  2. ^ Backroads Music. "Review of Keys to Imagination". AllMusic. Retrieved 2015-10-15. 

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