One of the greatest soundtracks of the blacksploitation era – served up with some incredible grooves from maestro JJ Johnson! The album's got a non-stop, hard-hitting groove that ranks it with the best of its time – and which is arguably even better, because most of the record isn't ... (Soul, Soundtracks)read moreLP, Vinyl record album
A really wonderful Quincy Jones soundtrack from the end of the 60s – and one that's a bit different than some of his other work of the decade! The film's a very cool British heist story, with Michael Caine in the lead – and while Quincy brings in plenty of the jazz of his background, ... read moreCD
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Ennio Morricone —
Thing ... CD MCA/Quartet (Spain), 1982. New Copy ...
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An unusual American soundtrack from Ennio Morricone – unusual in that he wasn't always doing that much horror work in the US at the time, and also in that the overall style is maybe a bit like some of his Hollywood contemporaries! That's not to say that the music is commercial or clunky at ... read moreCD
Stu really surprised us all with this one – working in full orchestral mode on a great set of dramatic themes that almost beats John Williams at his game! The work was scored for the great 70s TV sci fi flick Battlestar Galactica – and overall, most of the tunes are orchestral ones, ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
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Sonny Rollins —
Alfie ... CD Impulse/MCA, 1965. Used ...
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A beautiful soundtrack to the dark British comedy of the same name – starring a young Michael Caine! You might expect it to be a bit schmaltzy, but it's pure jazz all the way through, and features strong inside playing by Rollins over lively orchestrations by Oliver Nelson – filled ... (Jazz, Soundtracks)read moreCD
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Lalo Schifrin —
Nunzio ... CD MCA/Quartet (Spain), 1978. New Copy ...
A really unusual soundtrack from the mighty Lalo Schifrin – and one that seems to show off all of his best modes in its shifting range of styles! The film is a somewhat understated story set on the streets of New York – and the music often takes on the same sort of vibe – with ... read moreCD
A great mix of styles and sounds, in the best Tarantino way – with tracks by The Centurians, Dusty Springfield, Dick Dale, Al Green, Kool & The Gang, The Revels, Statler Brothers, and Urge Overkill – plus dialogue from the film too! CD
Way more than just the usual soundtrack – given how important the music was to this groundbreaking film! The album's presented with as much sense of humor as the original movie – with snippets of dialogue, and a few Steven Wright spoken bits that have a DJ sort of spin – one that ... read moreCD