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Third Part Of Night (10 inch pressing)

LP (Item 615401) Finders Keepers (UK), 1971 — Condition: New Copy
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An early pairing of composer Andrzej Korzynski and director Andrzej Zulawski – a Polish duo who show that groovy vampire films aren't just the stuff of the southern European scene in the 70s! Korzynski's music for the movie is really wonderful – starting with a wicked fuzzy funky theme that feels like it's lifted right out of Vampyros Lesbos – and followed by other groovy tracks that are often heavy on electric bass at the bottom – used to set a scary mood on the spookier numbers, and create an upbeat groove on the swinging ones! This limited 10" release only sports 9 tracks, but they're all pretty great – and the whole thing is almost like a condensation of the best elements you'd find in much longer soundtracks with a lot of filler in between. Titles include "Czolowica", "Tango", "Dworek", "Lapanka", "Szpital", "Na Strychu", and "W Instyucie".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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