Quite different than the original US release of this classic soundtrack – as this UK lineup features a lot more songs – a side one's worth of gems from the film, and side two featuring additional new tracks from Lennon & McCartney! Movie tunes include "If I Fell", "Hard Day's Night", "Can't Buy Me Love", "Tell Me Why", "I Should Have Known Better", and "And I Love Her" – and other tracks include "You Can't Do That", "Any Time At All", "Things We Said Today", and "I'll Cry Instead". (Rock, Soundtracks)LP, Vinyl record album
One of the last Roy Budd soundtracks, and a sweeping orchestral score for a naval war film. Despite the larger setting of the arrangements, there's some nice moments that have the usual Roy Budd twinkle to them. Matt Monro sings the theme "The Precious Moments", which has lyrics by Leslie Bricusse – and other cuts include "The Truth", "Warsaw Concerto", "Boarding Party", "The Betrayal", "In Love", and "On The Way". LP, Vinyl record album
Gil Ventura, Vince Tempera, Pleasure Machine, Soun —
Musica Da Films ... LP EMI (Italy), Early 70s. Near Mint- ...
A collection of early 70s film instrumentals – played by Gil Ventura, Vince Tempera, Pleasure Machine, Sound Staff, and The Original C Group! LP, Vinyl record album
British maestro Geoff Love takes on tracks by two of the biggest soundtrack talents of the 70s! First up is La Musique De Michel Legrand – a set that features sublime compositions by Michel Legrand, done here in these sweeping easy instrumental modes by Love – sometimes a bit more lush than any Legrand originals, and with this warm glow that makes the different styles from different soundtracks hold together nicely. Titles include "Sans Toi", "Watch What Happens", "Chanson De Jumelles", "The Go Between", "I Will Wait For You", "Windmills Of Your Mind", and "Twin Tango". Next is La Musique D'Ennio Morricone – a very cool set of cuts composed by Ennio Morricone, made different by the work of Geoff Love! The tunes here are familiar from classic Morricone film scores – but Love's presentation focuses in on melodic elements a bit more, sometimes in ways that really bring a nicely light touch to the music – while still echoing the darker intentions of the maestro. A few numbers feature pointed harmonica solos – and titles include an excellent version of "The Burglars", plus "Sweet Susan", "The Man With The Harmonica", "Here's To You", "When Women Had Tails", "Incontro", and "The Good The Bad & The Ugly". (Sound Library, Soundtracks)LP, Vinyl record album