Randy Crawford, Flora Purim, Eddie Harris, et al —
Sharky's Machine ... CD Warner/Varese, 1981. New Copy ...
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One of the coolest soundtracks ever for a Burt Reynolds film – and a hip mix of soul and jazz tracks that's gone onto become a classic over the years! The album's a compilation of sorts, but most of the material was recorded fresh for the film – and the different artists really work ... read moreCD
The Wild Bunch just got even wilder – with three full CDs of music – including the whole film score, plus alternate music, demo tracks, additional recordings, and the full 1969 soundtrack album too! The music is wonderful – a surprisingly poignant score – especially when ... read moreCD
Henry Mancini —
10 ... CD Warner/Real Gone, 1979. New Copy ...
Back in the day, we remember digging the movie 10 for the fact of Bo Derek's bareness – but these days, we're more likely to love it for this sweet little soundtrack from Henry Mancini! The score's a bit different than the sound of Hank in years past – and the high points are some ... read moreCD
One of the groovier Batman albums from the mid 60s – not the original soundtrack music from the show, but one that includes a version of Neal Hefti's "Batman Theme", which is listed on the cover as "the hit version". The rest of the tracks are all originals by producer ... read moreCD
A classic to end all classics – and the record that showed the world that the kung fu genre could be every bit as funky as American crime and action films! Lalo Schifrin's at the height of his powers on this set – working in a blend of raw guitars, rolling bass, and choppy rhythms that ... read moreCD
Seals & Crofts/Charles Fox —
One On One ... CD Warner/Varese, 1977. New Copy ...
Surprisingly great sounds from Seals & Crofts – a 70s soundtrack project, and one that maybe has an even better vibe than some of their normal records of the time! The music here is handled by Charles Fox – who we love for so much other soundtrack work of the time, including some ... read moreCD
A weird little soundtrack – composed and performed by John Simon, and mostly in a fake rock group mode, ala some of the Tower Records soundtracks of the same time. The instrumental "Last Summer Theme" is a nice one – with some spare electric harpsichord over sweet strings ... read moreCD