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Modesty Blaise – Original Soundtrack (clear vinyl)

LP (Item 531805) Harkit (UK), 1966 — Condition: New Copy
Gatefold (reissue)
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Groovy stuff! The album features Johnny Dankworth's fab score for Modesty Blaise – the sexy slinky British queen of international adventure, played by Monica Vitti in the 1966 film. The soundtrack's got some great jazzy numbers, a few variations on the theme, and some weird groovy tracks that feature some odd instrumental turns. Titles include "Modesty Blaise", "Moods Of Modesty", "More Moods Of Modesty", "Modesty & Willie Escape", "Canal Trip", "At The Doll's House", "The Shiek To The Rescue", and "Ice Is Nice", with vocals by Bob Breen! (On clear vinyl.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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