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Dave SlonakerIntrada ... CD
Origin, 2013. Used .... $6.99
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(Promotional sticker over barcode.)
 
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David AmramYoung Savages – Original Soundtrack ... CD
Columbia/Intrada, 1961. New Copy .... $19.99
An overlooked jazz soundtrack from early 60s Hollywood – and some amazing early work from composer David Amram! Amram's always had an ear for higher-concept versions of jazz – but his approach here is a wonderful blend of modernity and spontaneity – just right for the sort of energy of the film, and it's JD "young savages" theme – and played by a very hip group of musicians that include Harold Land or George Barrow on tenor, Teo Macero on alto, Toots Thielemans on harmonica, and Amram himself on piano – playing in this very cool Monk-like style. Some cuts are more jazz combo modes – like the long jazz numbers, including "Harold's Way Out", "True Blue", and "Las Muchacas Delicadas". Other cuts have more of a soundtrack approach, but still with great jazz elements – and these include "Rooftops", "Help", "Subway Sounds", and "Theme From The Young Savages". CD

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Les Baxter, Stu Phillips, Johnny Harris, & OthersBuck Rogers In The 25th Century – Season 1 (3CD set) ... CD
MCA/Intrada, 1979. New Copy 3 CDs .... $34.99
A schlocky show, but one with some really great music – thanks to key contributions from soundtrack maestros Johnny Harris, Les Baxter, and Stu Phillips – each of whom get plenty of space in this set! The package is a rich revival of the lost music from the Buck Rogers TV show – with 3CDs' worth of sonic gems, laid out in a stretch that goes way past the short single LP that was issued at the time – presented here with individual composers' work for a range of different episodes. The package has new mastering and detailed notes – and features Johnny Harris music for "Return Of The Fighting 69th", "Space Rockers", "Ardala Returns", and "Planet Of The Slave Girls"; Les Baxter sounds for "Vegas In Space"; Stu Phillips work for "The Plot To Kill A City" and more source music; and Richard LaSalle's score for "Unchained Woman" – plus extra variations on the theme and credit music too. CD

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New Elmer BernsteinAva Collection (Walk On The Wild Side/Carpetbaggers/Caretakers/Baby The Rain Must Fall/To Kill A Mockingbird/Movie & TV Themes) ... CD
AVA/Intrada, 1962/1963/1964/1965. New Copy 3 CDs .... $29.99
A great collection of 60s soundtracks from Elmer Bernstein – all originally issued by the indie Ava label, where Bernstein was one of the biggest stars! Elmer had already had a number of years experience working in Hollywood – including some classic late 50s scores that perfectly mixed jazz with larger orchestrations, in a style he explored even more fully on some of the best material here. Yet some of the other soundtracks show Bernstein's increasingly good ear for a dramatic moment – the kind of under-done passages that really had a way of doing a lot with just a little – lessons learned from jazz, then recast back onto larger arrangements, but without any of the Hollywood bombast of decades before. These moments really make the soundtracks sparkle – bits of illumination that resonate strongly throughout the 3CD passage, and draw some surprising links between all the different film scores presented within. The set features five full soundtrack albums – Walk On The Wild Side, The Carpetbaggers, The Caretakers, Baby The Rain Must Fall, and To Kill A Mockingbird – plus the additional Movie & TV Themes record by Bernstein. CD

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Jerry Goldsmith/Tristram CarySebastian (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Dot/Intrada, 1968. New Copy .... $19.99
A real rarity from Jerry Goldsmith – groovy tunes penned for a late 60s film about an Oxford professor who's also a spy for the British Secret Service! Goldmith's music is a bit less serious than usual at points – still scored with the deep care and sensitivity we've come to love in Jerry's soundtracks, but peppered with a few of the more upbeat, mod-styled cuts you'd expect in a 60s spy comedy! Instrumentation varies from full orchestral to smaller combo – romping rhythms and a bit of guitar on some of the groovy numbers, mixed with softer strings on the more serious tunes. There's a great vocal number called "You Gotta Let Me Go" – and other tracks include "The Decoders", "Checkmate", "Sebastian", "First Day At Work", "Night Scene", "The Trip", and "Sputnik Code" – plus two versions of "Comes The Night", one sung by Anita Harris, the other by Jimmy Hassell. This great new CD version features wonderful mastering, full notes, 32 tracks from the album and film soundtrack – and 12 more bonus tracks by Tristram Cary – much more abstract electronic tunes done as codes for one of the full tracks on the album! CD

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Henry ManciniBreakfast At Tiffany's – Original Film Score ... CD
RCA/Intrada, 1961. New Copy .... $19.99
If you think you know the soundtrack to Breakfast At Tiffany's, then guess again – because this massive expanded version features the full film score – with way more music than was ever on the original album, or later CD releases! The 38 track set features all the great Mancini melodies – like "Moon River", "Sally's Tomato", and "Latin Golightly" – but also has lots of other wonderful incidental music, often underscored with jazz – plus some excellent elements from the soundtrack too, including a few variations on the "Moon River" theme, one with Audrey Hepburn and guitar! A lost treasure, finally out in a great package – with titles that include "A Lovely Place", "After The Heist", "Meet The Doc", "Exceptional Person", "Where's The Cat", "Just Like Holly", "Paul Meets Cat", and "Piano Practice No 1". CD

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New Henry ManciniDays Of Wine & Roses (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Intrada, 1962. New Copy .... $19.99
One of the greatest Henry Mancini soundtracks of the 60s – and a record that showed the world that he could do a lot more than just crime jazz and groovy tunes! The title track is a well-known gem from the Mancini songbook – perfect for the bittersweet, melancholy of the film – and a great start for Mancini's music – which first shows some of the joy of the couple in the narrative, then moves into much bluer, deeper territory. There's an undercurrent of sadness that haunts even the more sprightly numbers – and some of the best instrumentation is handled by west coast jazzmen who include Pete Candoli and Don Fagerquist on trumpet, Harry Klee and Ted Nash on reeds, Bob Bain on guitar, and Larry Bunker on percussion. The music was never properly issued on record at the time – and this CD features very detailed notes, lots of images, and 27 tracks that include "Cocktail Hour", "No Guts", "A Sad Pop", "I Want To Go Home", "Man Meets Girl", and "Hi Fi". CD

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New Henry ManciniOnce Is Not Enough ... CD
Intrada, 1975. New Copy .... $19.99
Well, we can never get enough Henry Mancini – and here he delivers a lush, lovely soundtrack for the Hollywood adaptation of Jacqueline Susann's Once Is Not Enough! It's a mid 70s work, but the feel is nicely in line with some his more elegant 60s soundtracks – with lightly soaring strings and a fairly intimate feel, lightened nicely by mellow keys and chimes. Titles include "Something For Alexis", "One More Jolt", "Mad Mike", "No Coming Back", "Nowhere To Go", "The Woman I Love", "No Coming Back", "The Soap Trick", "Holly", "Only In Movies" and many more. This Intrada version is loaded up with bonus material, too – with some additional edits that ultimately didn't make it into the film – and nearly 80 minutes of music in all! CD

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New George Duning & OthersThen Came Bronson ... CD
Intrada, 1969. New Copy 2 CDs .... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A host of great sounds from the overlooked TV drama Then Came Bronson – a cool show at the end of the 60s that featured a journalist dropping out of life in the big city to roam around smaller towns on a motorcycle in the west! George Duning handles most of the music here – including the main theme and all of CD 1 – but the package also features lots of cool shorter tunes and cues on a second CD – with work from surprising talents who include Tom McIntosh, Elliot Kaplan, John Parker, Stu Phillips, and others! Duning's core music has this warm glow pulled from rich tones on the horns – that sense of color and shading that worked so well on 60s TV drama, especially on shows like this which really went past the hoke of bigger programs. But it's the extra cuts that we really love the best – as they flesh things out in really inventive ways – often on numbers that push towards the five minute mark, and have lots of little shifts and turns on their own – acting like a whole mini-soundtrack in the process. 2CD set features 45 tracks in all, with great notes on the show and music – all done up in that wonderful Film Score Monthly style! CD

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New Jerry GoldsmithPoltergeist II – The Other Side (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Intrada/Kritzerland, 1986. New Copy 2 CDs .... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Jerry Goldsmith's wonderful music for the second Poltergeist film – as equally great as the first film's score, but with some nice differences too! There's a great balance between moody electric moments and some starker, more dramatic ones – the kind of elements that Goldsmith could already craft so well in the 60s and 70s – served up here in one of his best overall soundtracks from the 80s. Slight moments of warmth keep things from ever being too unsettling – yet in the film, that's also one of the more unsettling qualities, too – and Jerry's not above some slight sentimental moments, just when the time is right. Tracks include "The Power", "The Mall", "The Dream", "Late Call", "Wild Braces", and "Leave Us Alone". 2CD version features 8 more bonus tracks – making this the biggest version of the score ever! CD
(Limited to 1500 copies.)

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New Sol KaplanSpy Who Came In From The Cold ... CD
RCA/Intrada, 1965. New Copy .... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A top notch soundtrack to this classic spy film by Sol Kaplan – and with a mix of jazz and orchestral themes that's similar to some of of our favorite Henry Mancini soundtracks from the same period! The main theme is nice and jazzy, with some good guitar, and a great crime theme vibe to it. Some other nice tracks are "The Pussy Willow Club" and "Pussy Willow Girl" – both with a loungey groove that's again nicely Mancini-ish – and other titles include "Waltz For A Spy", "The Compound", and "Piano Prelude". This excellent Intrada CD version includes the original 1965 soundtrack album material – which runs more than 30 minutes – followed by an addition half hour + of original soundtrack material! CD

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New Pino DonaggioDressed To Kill ... CD
Intrada, 1980. New Copy .... Out Of Stock
One of the greatest soundtracks ever from Pino Donaggio – penned with a really old school sort of feel, but one that also hints at the darkness of the narrative underneath! Donaggio uses a full set of strings on most numbers, but often isolates some sweeter elements – which creates a nicely creepy vibe, but in ways that are very subtle – maybe even more so than the film! This well-done package features more material than the original album, and a great set of notes – with titles that include "Peter Builds Camera", "Dressed To Kill", "The Erotic Story", "The Forgotten Ring", "Bad Night", "The Cab", and "The Museum". CD

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New Jerry Goldsmith/Maurice JarreSeven Days In May/The Mackintosh Man ... CD
Intrada, 1964/1973. New Copy .... Out Of Stock
A pair of scores recorded a decade apart – both working pretty well together on a single CD! Seven Days In May is a mid 60s military thriller – scored by Jerry Goldsmith with a fair bit of snapping snare – but used in a way that kind of bridges suspenseful moments and more war-like themes – pretty darn taught throughout the entire soundtrack! The numbers have a nice sort of resonance with each other, and really keep up the energy – and tracks include "Main Title", "Pickets", "First Sign Of Trouble", "Midnight Rendezvous", "Casey Is Caught", and "Scott Defeated". The Mackintosh Man sounds quite different, and provides a great change of pace after the tenseness of Seven Days In May – a slightly whimsical score penned by Maurice Jarre for an overlooked early 70s spy thriller with Paul Newman – handled with this great main theme that's provided in a number of different variations – almost a jaunty number, with echoes of Italian modes of the time, but almost more comedy than spy! The pace and instrumentation changes a bit from track to track, but this great theme repeats often – and titles include "Postal Thief", "Meeting In Prison", "Escape Route", "Drugs For Rearden", "Party 2", "Loose Talk", and "Rendezvous With Wheeler". Features some bonus tracks too! CD

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New Basil PoledourisRed Dawn – Original Soundtrack ... CD
Intrada, 1985. Used .... Out Of Stock
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New Jerry Fielding/Leonard RosenmanEscape From Alcatraz/Hell Is For Heroes ... CD
Intrada, 1962/1979. New Copy .... Out Of Stock
A pair of dramatic action soundtracks, both for Don Siegel films – each with a slightly different feel! The CD begins with ten tracks from the 1962 military thriller Hell Is For Heroes – scored by Leonard Rosenman with a subtle sense of drama at points – the kind of different gentle instrumental passages needed to support the diverse personality in the cast – which includes Bobby Darin, Bob Newhart, Fess Parker, and Steve McQueen! Things are pretty restrained, but in a good way – mostly that sort of tense holding back you'd get in a 60s thriller, than any over the top military moments. Titles include "The Mine Field", "Back To The Line", "Off Limits Bar", "Reese", and "Homers Disappointment". Escape From Alcatraz is a great Jerry Fielding score for a late 70s Clint Eastwood film – almost a reverse heist, given the subject matter – with the sort of brooding, tense moments, followed by bursts of action – as you'd get in a heist score. Fielding's music has a great way of conveying the literal darkness and shadows in many of the scenes on the screen – and there's a few moments that have a weird crackle, almost an instrumental sound effect of sorts. Titles include "To The Finish Line", "Trial Run", "Nosey Cop", "The Pipe", "Carpenter Shop", "Cockroach", and "Welcome To Alcatraz". CD
 
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Asmus TietchensNachtstucke ... CD
Egg/Bureau B (Germany), 1980. New Copy .... $16.99
Amazing early music from Asmus Tietchens – and just the kind of record that shows why his talents at the time were so unique! Tietchens has a way of bridging two different generations of experimental electronics – the late years of the German prog scene, and the newer wave of noisemakers from the UK – both scenes that this album would appeal to, but in a unique hybrid of both! The instrumentation is mostly electronic, and relatively spare – but much darker than the Cluster/Moebius side of the German spectrum – with moody tones and lots of shadowy corners that really reflect some of the more challenging elements that the TG generation were bringing to their music. Yet there's also no sense of over-indulgence, over-statement, or over-done themes – as Tietchens still hangs onto a minimal approach that really keeps the whole thing in very special territory. Things are never sleepy or head-nodding, but they're also never screechy or atonal, either – and maybe the biggest charm of the record is the way that these lovely melodies still have a way of sprouting up in the corners of the darkness. Titles include "Falter Lamento", "Intrada", "Trekk", "Erstes Nachstuck", "Zweites Nachstuck", and "Ultima Tundra". CD
Also available Nachtstucke (180 gram pressing) ... LP 20.99

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Asmus TietchensNachtstucke (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Egg/Bureau B (Germany), 1980. New Copy (reissue).... $20.99
Amazing early music from Asmus Tietchens – and just the kind of record that shows why his talents at the time were so unique! Tietchens has a way of bridging two different generations of experimental electronics – the late years of the German prog scene, and the newer wave of noisemakers from the UK – both scenes that this album would appeal to, but in a unique hybrid of both! The instrumentation is mostly electronic, and relatively spare – but much darker than the Cluster/Moebius side of the German spectrum – with moody tones and lots of shadowy corners that really reflect some of the more challenging elements that the TG generation were bringing to their music. Yet there's also no sense of over-indulgence, over-statement, or over-done themes – as Tietchens still hangs onto a minimal approach that really keeps the whole thing in very special territory. Things are never sleepy or head-nodding, but they're also never screechy or atonal, either – and maybe the biggest charm of the record is the way that these lovely melodies still have a way of sprouting up in the corners of the darkness. Titles include "Falter Lamento", "Intrada", "Trekk", "Erstes Nachstuck", "Zweites Nachstuck", and "Ultima Tundra". LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Nachtstucke ... CD 16.99
 
 
 



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