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Alessandro Alessandroni/Francesco DeMasiLesbo (180 gram limited edition pressing) ... LP
Beat/BTF (Italy), 1969. New Copy Gatefold ... $34.99 44.99
Sexy ladies on the cover, and some equally sexy sounds underneath – served up in a perfect 60s Italian blend of jazz and bossa-based styles! Sweeping strings bring a nice sense of depth to some numbers, while others have a more intimate feel – either via spare guitar, or some jazzy elements on piano, sax, and organ – shifting instrumentation that really keeps things interesting throughout, and which makes the record feel like some rich narrative on its own, in sound – without any need for the images on the screen. The whole thing is wonderful – one of those Italian soundtrack treasures that delivers even more than it promises – and music was composed by Alessandro Alessandroni and Francesco De Masi, then orchestrated by De Masi, with some cool wordless vocal moments as well. Titles include a number of variations on "Lesbo" plus the sweet vocal opener "Qualsiasi Cosa", "Crepuscolo Sul Mare", and "IL'Isola Dell'Amore". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Tito ArevaloMad Doctor Of Blood Island (green vinyl pressing) ... LP
Real Gone, 1969. New Copy ... Just Sold Out!
A wonderful late 60s horror soundtrack – a real gem that's presented with a fair bit of exotic touches in the music! Weird vocals, percussion, odd horn parts, and other spooky bits really keep things interesting amidst the fuller orchestrations – and in a way, the score reminds us of some of the Italian work of the early 60s – working with stark juxtapositions that really create a great mood amist more familiar modes. The album features many short tracks – a whopping 33 numbers in all, working together as a striking audio tapestry that almost has the same vivid appeal of the movie on screen! LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition of 1000 – on "Chlorophyll Blood" green vinyl!)

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Angelo BadalamentiBlue Velvet (deluxe edition) (2021 Black Friday Release) ... LP
Varese, 1986. New Copy 2LP (reissue)... On November 26, 2021
A wonderfully creepy soundtrack – and one that would provide an important preface to the huge musical legacy that Angelo Baldamenti would give David Lynch for Twin Peaks! This soundtrack features half of Baldamenti's eerie, airy sounds – and half of the kind of old school numbers that gave the narrative such an out of time sort of vibe – and which we're happy they were able to include. Baldamenti titles include "Night Streets/Sandy & Jeffrey", "Frank", "Jeffrey's Dark Sid", "Mysteries Of Love", "Going Down To Lincoln/Sound Effects Suite", and "Frank Returns". Other titles include the Julee Cruise vocal version of "Mysteries Of Love" – plus "Honky Tonk" by Bill Doggett, Love Letters" by Ketty Lester, and In Dreams" by Roy Orbison. (Note: This item is not for sale online until 7:00am on Saturday, November 27. It is in limited supply – and by nature of the Record Store Day rules it will be offered for sale first to customers who visit the Dusty Groove retail outlet in Chicago the morning of Friday, November 26. It will not be pre-sold or reserved in any way. However, after 7:00am on November 27 we will offer up whatever we have left for sale online.) LP, Vinyl record album
(Deluxe edition – in Italian movie poster cover and on blue marbled vinyl!)

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✨✧ Richard BandTroll (180 gram yellow vinyl pressing) ... LP
WRWTFWW (Switzerland), 1986. New Copy Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
Magically moody music from Richard Band – sounds that are maybe a bit less creepy than image on the cover, but which transform nicely as the set goes on! Many of these cuts are longish – almost like mini-suites of soundtrack themes – often with strings used in these nicely-stepping ways – familiar and dramatic at some points, but more offbeat at others – with the most amazing highlights being these weird vocal bits – which sound like more atmospheric musings from the folks who live in Whoville from the Grinch cartoon! Titles include "Cantos V", "Cantos Profanae", "Cantos IV", and "Cantos II". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Sandro BrugnoliniFantabulous ... LP
Trading Places (UK), 1968. New Copy ... $26.99 29.99 About November 26, 2021
A legendary lost late 60s soundtrack by Italian composer and sax player Sandro Brugnolini – a stunner that lives up to the title! Fantabulous is a diverse batch of compositions – from upbeat Italian small combo jazz, to moodier, more profoundly cinematic grooves, to creepy little organ and choral vocal bits that presage the giallo soundtrack style, to lighter, kind of comical or carnivalesque sounds. This is really tremendous stuff, and works very well as a stand alone listening experience, though the film it's made for is a real trip! A couple pieces have lyrics by Sergio Spina and titles include several variations on the great title theme "Fantabulous", "Op", "I've Glimpsed You", "Sog", "Rhyt", Sog", "Vol" and more. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Guido & Maurizio DeAngelisL'Ultimo Squalo (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Beat (Italy), 1981. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A nice little shark-themed soundtrack, but one that comes across with a vibe that's quite different than any of the music used for Jaws – partly because there's a number of vocal tunes in the mix! The set features three standout songs – "Hollywood Big Time" and "You've Changed The World For Me", sung by Yvonne Wilkins – and "Ballad", which is sung by composer Maurizio De Angelis himself – which are then mixed with instrumental numbers that are electric and keyboard-heavy, maybe more in line with Italian slasher/horror work of the period than you might expect! The colder electronics must have given the watery scenes a really great vibe on the screen – and the package features great sound throughout, and a mighty nice graphic appeal. LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition of 400!)

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✨✧ Jonathan EliasChildren Of The Corn (red/orange vinyl pressing) ... LP
1984, 1984. New Copy Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
A really standout horror soundtrack from the 80s – one that's maybe got a bit more richness than some of its contemporaries, and a sonic depth that really adds a lot to the action onscreen! The main theme is wonderfully brooding – a mix of light keyboards and darker, murkier orchestral sounds, with occasional Wicker Man-like vocal moments – continued throughout in variations of a similar mode that shifts nicely as the record moves on, and the action creeps forward with a hell of a lot of tension! Jonathan Elias wasn't one of the biggest names in scoring at the time, but this work is certainly some of the best – and titles include "The Cornfield", "Dream Music", "Barn Run", "Vicky's Dream", "Attack Of The Children", "Fighting Back", "Burning The Cornfield", and "The Invasion". LP, Vinyl record album
(First-ever vinyl reissue – on limited colored vinyl, with new mastering and notes!)

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Nico FidencoEmanuelle In America ... LP
Beat/Sonor (Italy), 1977. New Copy (reissue)... $34.99 39.99
Emanuelle makes it over to the US – to give our shores a sexy taste of her erotic antics – and as usual, Nico Fidenco's along for the ride, to ensure that the movie's got a very groovy soundtrack! As with other Emanuelle scores of the 70s, there's a blend here of erotic pop styles, slinky soundtrack bits, and a few more exotic-styled moments that stand out nicely from the pack – making for a good variations in sound throughout the set, possibly even more musical depth than you'd get in the story or acting on the screen! A few tunes are performed by the group Harmonium, and have a tighter combo style – and instrumentation includes some great electric basslines, keyboard parts, and some occasional stronger guitar moments. Titles include "Your Solstice", "So It Pleases You", "I Celebrate Myself", "Emanuelle In America Dream", "Trouble", "Spellbound", "Rhubarb", and "Emanuelle In America Sweet". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited to 800 copies – with a bonus insert that includes photos from the film!)

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✨✧ Krzysztof KomedaMam Tu Swoj Dom ... LP
GAD (Poland), 1963. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A very early soundtrack from legendary Polish modernist Krzystof Komeda – different than his 60s work for Roman Polanski, but equally striking overall! The work for Mam Tu Swoj Dom is performed on short tracks handled by different instrumental groupings – with piano, flute, and bass often dancing around in these really spare but lovely ways – melodic, but very blue-tinged too – on titles that have the instrumentation of chamber jazz, but a much more personal, very poetic sort of quality – very vivid, even without the images on the screen. The record features 27 tracks in all – a nice mix of short tunes that work very well together on vinyl! LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Mam Tu Swoj Dom/Ubranie Prawie Nowe ... CD 18.99

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Andrzej KorzynskiPossession ... LP
Finders Keepers (UK), 1981. New Copy ... $19.99 26.99
Amazing sounds from Polish composer Andrzej Korzynski – penned for a legendary horror film from the early 80s! The movie goes way beyond typical grit and gore – with a surreal bent that's made it the stuff of much discussion over the years – and Korzynski's music definitely lives up to the spirit of the images on the screen – mixing 80s electronics with offbeat strings, odd percussion, and other compelling bits – often used in very short songs that shift often throughout the course of the album – easily making the record one of the most playful we've ever heard from Finders Keepers – yet also one of the darkest too! A few sweet keyboard melodies offset some of the spookiness in a nice way – and titles include "Helen Has Green Eyes", "Opetanie 1", "The Night The Screaming Stops", "Blue Ford B AZ6", "Heinrick's Demise", "Mark Looks In The Fridge", "What Is It", and "Closely Observed Anna". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ William LavaDracula Vs Frankenstein (orange vinyl pressing) ... LP
Real Gone, 1971. New Copy ... $20.99 21.99
Dracula takes on Frankenstein, but we're the musical winners – given the quality of this great 70s horror score from William Lava! The set's a mighty weird one – as odd as the schlocky look of the film – a mix of serious orchestrations with unusual effects, electronics, and more – pulled together with a subtle sense of drama that may well be more professional than the images on the screen. Lava's scoring is great – almost a throwback to Hollywood modes of a decade or two before, yet also with an unusual pitch of its own – sort of a serious score, heard through a refracting prism that distorts things in really cool ways. The set features 23 tracks in all – including a "jazz chase" that didn't appear in the film! LP, Vinyl record album
(50th Anniversary Edition – limited edition of 1000 – on "pumpkin" orange vinyl!)

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✨✧ Michel MagneFantomas ... LP
Universal (France), Mid 60s. New Copy ... $24.99
Excellent French crime soundtracks from the 60s – handled up with a great mix of jazz, mod, and other groovy modes by the mighty Michel Magne! Fantomas was this creepy blue-faced master criminal – depicted in three French films at the time – Fantomas, Fantomas Se Dechaine, and Fantomas Contre Scotland Yard – all movies based on the much earlier series of crime books from earlier in the century The films have disappeared a bit from film culture – but the soundtracks seem to get more and more notoriety over the years, thanks to the current revival in lost groovy b-grade scores! Michel Magne scored all three films – and titles include "Fantomas Se Dechaine", "Une DS Dans Le Ciel", "Theme De Fantomas", "Operation Artaban", "Ma Chere Helene", "L'Ultime Evasion", and "Fantomas S'Echappe". LP, Vinyl record album

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Augusto MartelliNella Misura In Cui ... LP
Four Flies (Italy), 1979. New Copy ... $32.99 39.99
A sweet little entry in the small Italian genre of "erotic films on island location" – served up with this fantastic blend of 70s instrumentation and older exotica percussion! The setting is the Caribbean, but that's more in fantasy than the musical styles within – as Augusto Martelli blends bass, guitar, and plenty of keyboards with rawer acoustic percussion elements that really set the scene – making for this wonderfully earthy contrast to the sweeter electric moments – at a level that must have made for plenty of unbridled and savage love on the screen! Titles include "La Seduzione", "Joining Together", "Mercato Di Portorico", "How Wonderful You Are", "Visions"- and "La Spiaggia Di Ulisse". LP, Vinyl record album

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Ennio MorriconeC'Era Una Volta Il West (aka Once Upon A Time In The West) (180 gram clear vinyl pressing) ... LP
RCA/GDM (Italy), 1969. New Copy Gatefold (reissue)... $29.99
One of Ennio Morricone's most famous film scores – and certainly the one that got him recognized as a genius on a global level! The whole thing's pretty damn eerie – about as eerie as the movie, which is a real stunner – and it shifts from dark orchestral themes to sparer numbers that use guitar, banjo, and some really creepy whistling to set the mood – that landmark Morricone sense of space that really transformed film music in the 60s. Some tracks feature vocal work by I Cantorni Moderni, directed by Alessandro Alessandroni – and titles include "C'Era Una Volta Il West", "L'Ultimo Rantolo", "L'Uomo", "L'Uomo Dell'Armonica" and "L'America Di Jill". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition heavyweight clear vinyl pressing!)

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✨✧ Ennio MorriconeEnnio Morricone De Sergio Leone A Quentin Tarantino ... LP
Universal (France), Late 60s/2000s/Early 2010s. New Copy ... $24.99
A key look at two different slices in the mighty soundtrack career of Ennio Morricone – his legendary work for Italian director Sergio Leone, and his later re-use by Quentin Tarantino – the American director who was strongly influenced by Leone's work in the 60s! If you've never heard Morricone's music for the films of Leone, it's amazing – sounds that completely transform the work on screen, and which also helped push the genre of western forward a few notches too – a sonic landscape that's completely different from American western soundtracks, and filled with amazing sounds, unusual musical flourishes, and a level of scoring that's still light years ahead of its time! It's that quality that made the music so influential for Tarantino – who first re-used some of his favorite Morricone moments from the past, then had the maestro score some new music for films as well. That amazing link is presented strongly here – in a package that features selections from the Leone films For A Fistful Of Dollars, For A Few Dollars More, The Good The Bad & The Ugly, and Once Upon A Time In The West – and Morricone music used in the Tarantino films Kill Bill, Inglorious Basterds, Django Unchained, and Hateful Eight. LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Ennio Morricone De Sergio Leone A Quentin Tarantino (4CD set) ... CD 24.99

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Ennio MorriconeThemes – Giallo (180 gram marbled vinyl pressing) ... LP
Music On Vinyl (Netherlands), Early 70s. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... $36.99 37.99
A collection of classic horror soundtrack work from Ennio Morricone – mostly early 70s material that represent the maestro at the height of the early giallo genre! The tunes here are often a bit more obtuse, atonal, and abstract than some of Morricone's lighter grooves – and his work for the genre is arguably even more sophisticated and dark than the images on the screen – filled with complicated orchestrations, odd patterns of sound, and really striking instrumental moments. The tunes here aren't for the feint-of-heart – and they include some of Morricone's tensest recordings ever! The set features 16 tracks in all – from the soundtracks to Spasmo, Il Segreto, Il Gatto A Nove Code, Il Serpente, La Corta Notte Delle Bambole Di Vetro, Gli Occhi Freddi Della Paura, Cosa Avete Fatto A Solange, Senza Movente, and Le Foto Proibite. LP, Vinyl record album
(Individually numbered limited edition – on heavyweight "giallo & black marbled" vinyl!)

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✨✧ Bruno NicolaiRendez-Vous ... LP
Edipan/Sounds From The Screen (Italy), 1975. New Copy (reissue)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of the most obscure 70s albums from the great Bruno Nicolai – a smaller label sound library set, but one that's served up with all the depth of his famous film scores of the time – including his famous collaborations with Ennio Morricone! The music here is great – lean and funky at times, but always moving towards that depth that makes Nicolai so wonderful – as lighter strings are blended with strong use of electric bass – which even comes in slow on the less-funky tunes, but sometimes steps back when things get a bit offbeat. Bruno's ear for unusual sounds and phrasing is in place throughout – and titles include "Ambiguita", "Sgomento", "Apprensioni", "Incertezza", "Affanno", "Turbamento", "Sospetto", "Presagio", and "Subdolamente". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Jack Nitzsche/Mick Jagger/Randy NewmanPerformance – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack ... LP
Warner, 1970. New Copy (reissue)... $21.99
The jury is sometimes out on the Mick Jagger on-screen performance in the Nicolas Roeg film Performance – but the soundtrack is something pretty separate entirely, and really says a lot more about the spirit of late 60s Warner Brothers Records in LA than it does the arthouse cinema scene in England! The great Jack Nitzsche composed a number of instrumental tracks for the score – maybe his first time in this mode, and prefacing some later 70s successes to come – with titles that include "Rolls Royce & Acid", "Harry Flowers", and "Natural Magic". Other Warner talents get a hand in the music too – as Randy Newman conducted all of Nitzsche's charts, and also sings "Gone Dead Train" – while Ry Cooder delivers bottleneck solos on "Get Away" and "Powis Square". There's also some nice soul-based moments – the cut "Wake Up N*ggers" by The Last Poets, and "Poor White Hound Dog" and "Performance" by Merry Clayton. And yes, Mick does get to sing on one tune – the album's "Memo From Turner" – and the set is completed by Buffy St Marie work on "The Hashishin" and "Dead Dead Red". LP, Vinyl record album
(Rocktober 2021 pressing. Brick & mortar store exclusive.)

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✨✧ Nora OrlandiA Doppia Faccia ... LP
Four Flies (Italy), 1969. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Mindblowing work from Nora Orlandi – one of the few major female film composers on the Italian scene, and a talent that we always rank right up there with the male greats of the golden days! This set has a real Morricone-like balance of darkness and light – although the style is different than Morricone's, with maybe a more open ear for variance across the tracks in the set – even though there's a strongly unified feel to the whole thing – this beautiful journey in sound that begins with the first vocal track, ends with the last one – and moves nicely through a mix of mod groovers, creepier numbers, and both jazzy and avant moments – all arranged and conducted by Robby Poitevin, with lead piano by Nora herself! The limited vinyl reissue features two unissued tracks, plus great notes from Orlandi on the back. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Pierre RaphJeunes Filles Impudiques (Schoolgirl Hitchhikers) ... 7-inch
Finders Keepers (UK), Late 60s. New Copy (pic cover)... Out Of Stock
Funky sounds and offbeat grooves from an obscure French adult film of the late 60s – directed by Jean Rollin under a fake name, and scored by Pierre Raph with the same sort of charm as his work for Requiem For A Vampire! This EP features a number of different styles of sounds from the film – the very funky "Gilda & The Gunshots", with really great bass and drums; the slow-stepping jazz tune "Jewel Thieves", which almost feels like early 60s Italian cinema jazz; and the more lively "Schoolgirl Hitchikers", which has this innocent jazzy flute line that must have been a real contrast to the sex on the screen! There's also "An Intimate Relationship" – which has a sexy spoken part in English – and the hippy/trippy guitar/flute theme "Jeunes Filles Impudiques", with a few sex sounds in the background! (Funky 45's, Soundtracks) 7-inch, Vinyl record
(Limited to 500 copies.)

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✨✧ SandalsEndless Summer – Original Soundtrack (violet vinyl pressing) ... LP
World Pacific/Real Gone, Mid 60s. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
A groovy soundtrack to this hip surf film directed by Bruce Brown – filled with great little instrumentals that go way past the obvious! Brown had previously used jazz players for some of his films – including Bud Shank, who cut some great stuff for earlier soundtracks – but this set's got him working with The Sandals, a younger guitar-driven group with a cool style of scoring – partly surf instrumentals, but partly mod and groovy too! The Sandals move way past the stock surf riffs of chart surf groups – and they really do a great job with the changing moods and scenes of the film – fitting the many scenes of surfing on the screen. Titles include "Jet Black", "TR 6", "Scrambler", "6 Pak", "Driftin", "Good Greeves", and "Decoy". LP, Vinyl record album
(First US reissue – on "Ultraviolet" vinyl!)

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ScreentonesHistory Of Kodokuno Gourmet – Season 1 to 8 ... LP
HMV (Japan), 2021. New Copy ... $49.99
A really great accompaniment to one of our favorite TV shows in recent years – Japan's great Solitary Gourmet – a program that has a weary businessman discovering special magic in tiny restaurants that he encounters in his travels! The work here is almost all instrumental, and moves between jazz and other small combo modes – sometimes with a whistle or a voice, but usually using acoustic guitar, soprano sax, keyboards, and drums – shifting in different arrays as the music stretches out here to cover the different settings and seasons of the show. We've always loved watching the program, but never realized how great the music is on its own – and if anything, the package has us wanting an even more complete collection from the many dozens of episodes broadcast over the years. 25 tracks in all – including "Ginza", "Swing 56", "Irish Spoon", "I Miss U", "Jiro's Title", "Stay Alone", and "12pm Next". LP, Vinyl record album

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Guy SkornikTusk ... LP
Finders Keepers (UK), 1979. New Copy ... $14.99 26.99
Really beautiful electronics from the enigmatic Guy Skornik – an artist that we mostly know for his quirky concept record Pour Pauwels, but who sounds here like some of the best electronicians of the German scene of the 70s! All tracks are long and spun out – electronic, but with acoustic elements in the mix – maybe in a mode that's similar to the 70s soundtrack creations of Popol Vuh, Tangerine Dream, or Vangelis – but darker, too – most likely because the music was composed for an obscure film by Alexander Jodorowsky! Yet the music here hardly needs images on a screen – as Skornik's created these wonderfully evocative passages, created with some help from Steve Hillage and members of Cossi Anatz. Titles include "Elise & Tusk Reunited", "Poo Lorn 1", "Elise Liberates Tusk", "Poo Lorn 2", "Goodnight Ram Baba", "Elise On The Run", and "Crossing The River". (Rock, Soundtracks) LP, Vinyl record album

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Peter Thomas/Bruce LeeBig Boss (aka Fists Of Fury) (180 gram red vinyl pressing) ... LP
Rambling (Japan), 1971. New Copy Gatefold ... $59.99
The funkiest version we've ever heard of this great Bruce Lee soundtrack – one that brings together all the sweet instrumental moments by Peter Thomas, with sound that's much better than any other reissue! While previous versions have taken the music along with the dialogue, this gem of a set does a great job of isolating all the instrumental grooves – finally showcasing Thomas' excellent funky backings for Lee's onscreen antics, and also throwing in some sweet mellower moments that haven't appeared on other soundtrack releases too! The package is great, too – with English and German notes on the film and music, plus cool images too – finally telling the whole story behind one of the grooviest martial arts soundtracks ever. 20 tracks in all – including "The Amulet", "Hard Drugs", "Girl Loves Cheng Li", "Mukuri", "Big Boss Theme", "Big Boss & His Gang", "Blood & Dead Friends", and "EKG". LP, Vinyl record album

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VariousDaisies – Original Soundtrack To The Groundbreaking Czech New Wave Classic ... LP
Finders Keepers (UK), 1966. New Copy ... $22.99 26.99
An amazing soundtrack to an amazing film – a Czech new wave classic that's supported by sounds as dynamic as the images on the screen! There's a really playful feel to the whole thing – much more so than other Finders Keepers reissues in recent years – and the music jumps along in a mix of military moments, folkloric elements, jazzy bits, and some spare, simple melodies – almost a bit like Nino Rota's best for Fellini, but a lot crazier overall! Instrumentation has some almost Moondog touches at the best points – repetitive woodwind or piano bits, with some grittier, organic elements at the bottom – and although much of the music is by the team of Jiri Suchy and Jiri Slitr, there's also other bits that crash into the mix too – almost with a surprising, abrupt sort of quality. Titles include "Peach Tree Thieves", "Threes A Crowd", "Red Carpet", "Burning Ribbons", "Girlies Girlies", "Roses Red Roses Red", "Cuckoos", "Scissors", and "Beggars Banquet". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ VariousPaura – A Collection Of Italian Horror Sounds From The Cam/Sugar Archives ... LP
Sugar/Decca, 1970s. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A totally wonderful collection of music from the glory days of the Italian soundtrack scene – one that features some classic horror themes from the 70s, and also a fair bit of never-issued material too! The creepy image on the cover will give you a good idea of what you're in for here – music that goes way beyond the ordinary, used to score a host of horror films from a time when Italy was really setting a new standard for all things scary – and using music as a very big part of the overall presentation! As with other Italian work of the time, the scope of sounds is incredible – and production styles and studio techniques do even more to make familiar elements sound even more weird and wonderful. The set features 25 tracks in all – with unreleased titles that include "Minaccia Sulla Citta" by Daniele Patucchi, "Orinoco Prigioniere Del Sesso" by Marcello Giombini, "Bambola Sensuale" by Sante Maria Romitelli, "Giallo In Tensione" by Daniele Patucchi, and "Un Gioco Per Eveline" by Marcello Giombini – plus lots more by Gobin, Stefani Liberati, Franco Micalizzi, Stelvio Cipriani, Manuel De Sica, Bruno Nicolai, and Ennio Morricone. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ VariousQuentin Tarantino's Death Proof – Original Soundtrack (red/clear/black vinyl pressing) ... LP
Maverick, 1960s/1970s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
There's few big directors we'd trust with a compilation soundtrack as much as Quentin Tarantino – and once again, the Q's shown us that his knowledge of older music runs as deep as his talent for directing a fresh image on the screen! The package here is made up of older rock, soul, and soundtrack bits from the 60s and 70s – sweet pop next to heavy guitars next to deeper soul numbers – all in a way that makes even the familiar tunes sound somehow darker than before in this new company! There's a few snippets of dialogue from the film on the disc – but not too many to get in the way – and titles include "Sally & Jack" by Pino Donaggio, "Hold Tight" by Dave Dee Dozy Beaky Mick & Tich, "Jeepster" by T Rex, "The Love You Save" by Joe Tex, "Baby It's You" by Smith, "The Last Race" by Jack Nitzsche, "Paranoia Prima" by Ennio Morricone, "Staggolee" by Pacific Gas & Electric, "It's So Easy" by Willy DeVille, "Down In Mexico" by The Coasters, "Good Love Bad Love" by Eddie Floyd, and "Riot In Thunder Alley" by Eddie Beram. LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition tri-colored vinyl pressing!)

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VariousSomething Weird's Greatest Hits (yellow vinyl pressing) ... LP
Modern Harmonic, Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... $32.99 34.99
Something weird, and something very cool too – a set that brings together a whole host of strange and unusual tunes from the glory days of exploitation cinema! These cuts are all from a time when the b-movie underground was playing it fast and loose – trying to get more folks into the theaters with some ultra-sleazy themes – which resulted in wilder music than you might have heard in movies just a few short years before! The package is presented by Something Weird – the video company who've reissued lots of these exploitation films over the years – and the package is kind of a "best of" their on-screen efforts – as it also includes some spoken passages from films, which further make the tunes sound great. The package is divided up into themes – Psychedelic Hippie Freak Out, Rock O Rama Go Go, Deliriously Demented Ditties, and Sleazy Swinging Sounds – with work by Johnny Hawksworth, John Barry, The Group, The Love Generation, Joe Bisko, Alan Hawkshaw, Lee Dowell, The Penny Arcade, Billy Lee Riley, Betty Dickson, John Gabriel, Neil Patrick, Meg Myles, and The Huntington Astronauts. LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 



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