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Philippe SardeJoshua Then & Now ... CD
Quartet (Spain), 1985. New Copy ... $22.99
Philippe Sarde at his best – turning out a wonderful score that's way better than the film for which it was written – sublime sounds that seem to hold up even more away from the movie! The story's a bit of a period piece, but most of the elements are 80s Sarde – with these subtle orchestrations that often get some jazzy inflections on solos, while also glowing with these warm larger passages too. Soloists include Clark Terry on trumpet, Warren Bernhardt on piano, and Jack Nimitz on baritone sax – and titles include "A New Life In London", "Pauline", "Family Life", "Sidney Murdoch", "Joshua's Trio", and "Sex Scandal". CD

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Philippe SardeLe Cinema De Bertrand Tavernier ... CD
Universal (France), 1970s/1980s/Early 90s. Used ... $4.99
A selection of work from soundtracks that Philippe Sarde wrote for 7 different films directed by Bernard Tavernier – L'Horloger De Saint-Paul, Le Juge Et L'Assassin, Des Enfants Gates, Coup De Torchon, Un Dimanche A La Campagne, L 627, and La File De D'Artagnan. The material was recorded over a period of 20 years, but is linked together well through the sentimentality of Sarde's writing and Tavernier's stories. 20 tracks in all – including "Ce Soir On Fete Munich", "Bal De Nuit", "Paris Jardis Par Jean Rochefort et Jean Pierre Marielle", "La Visite", "Les Oubilettes", and "Je Suis Mort Il Y A Si Longtemps". CD

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✨✧ Philippe Sarde/Stan GetzMort D'un Pourri ... CD
Universal (France), 1977. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A lost jazzy gem – featuring solo work by the great Stan Getz! The soundtrack is one of Philippe Sarde's greatest of the 70s – warm and mellow, with a dark edge that's fitting for the moody Georges Lautner film that accompanied it. But the real treat here is Getz – who solos with that freely exploratory tone that he brought to some of his best later recordings – a style started with the classic Sweet Rain, and brought into play on the Dynasty and Captain Marvel albums, both of which were some of his greatest work of later years. Tracks are shortish, and Getz plays with an urgency that's missing from many other 70s sides – and titles include "Solitude", "Valerie", "Dans Le Regard D'Alain Delon", "Paris Cinq Heures Du Matin", and "Tout Est Tranquille". CD also features 2 tracks from the soundtrack to the film Est-Ce Bien Raisonnable, from 1981. CD
 
 
 



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