Soundtracks — Recently Added

Film noir to new wave, Italian film scores, cop movies, crime jazz, blacksploitation funk, spaghetti westerns, and more!


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WRWTFWW (Italy), 1972. New Copy (reissue)
A very cool soundtrack from the great Piero Umiliani – done during a period of great electronic exploration! The record is credited to "Piero Umiliani & I Suoi Oscillatori" – an instrument you can definitely hear at work here – as Piero uses lots of cool keyboard ... LP, Vinyl record album
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Dagored (Italy), 1968. New Copy (reissue)
A spaghetti western soundtrack – but one that's nicely different than usual – and hardly the kind of western score you'd get from an American movie at the time! Ennio Morricone's music for the film is remarkably sweet – done in that blend of light melody, isolated instrumentation ... LP, Vinyl record album
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Jeanne Dielman (Italy), Late 50s/Early 60s. New Copy
A sweet collection of music from the early films of Jean Luc Godard – mostly tracks that initially appeared on 45rpm EP releases in France – but brought together here in an overstuffed double LP set! The package features a fair bit of jazzy tracks from Godard's key films of the ... LP, Vinyl record album
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Dagored (Italy), 1977. New Copy 2LP Gatefold (reissue)
Sublime Italian soundtrack funk – and one of the greatest albums ever from 70s maestro Stelvio Cipriani! The music was scored for a schlocky horror film about a giant octopus – but Cipriani's approach here goes far beyond its roots – beautifully blending together tightly ... LP, Vinyl record album
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Walt Disney, 2016. New Copy
Really cool little 10-inch picture disc single with 2 rousing pieces from John Williams's great Star Wars – The Force Awakens score! 12-inch, Vinyl record
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Hell's Belles
Sidewalk, 1969. New Copy (reissue)
Fantastic funkiness! Although Les Baxter's best known for his easy listening work in the late 50s/early 60's, this 1969 biker flick soundtrack is a motherlode of funky funky tracks, and a veritable cornucopia of breakbeats! Highlights include the classics "Hogin' Machine" and "Hot ... LP, Vinyl record album
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Allonsanfan
Beat (Italy), 1974. New Copy
A lost 70s score from Ennio Morricone – penned for a period piece set in 19th Century Italy, and done with a driving, dramatic sort of feel! Some of the numbers here have that subdued orchestral mode that Morricone used at his most subtle moments – a style that's not as crazy as some ... CD
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Doxy (Italy), 1954. New Copy (reissue)
A beautiful score for a beautiful movie – music that has the same mix of traditional elements and modernism as Akira Kurosawa's images on the screen – served up here in a way that almost acts like a sonic collage of the film itself! Fumio Hayasaka works in a compelling mix of larger ... LP, Vinyl record album
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Lo Squartatore Di New York
Beat (Italy), 1982. New Copy
A soundtrack with a blood-dripping knife on the cover, and a number of tracks titled "The Ripper" – both of which are a very good hint at the sounds on the record! Francesco De Masi is in great early 80s horror mode here – penning music with a mighty rich vibe for this Lucio ... CD
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Quiller Memorandum
Columbia, Mid 60s. New Copy (reissue)
A sweet little soundtrack by John Barry – very different than the full-on style he used for James Bond – but equally groovy in its own sort of way! The music was written for a spy thriller starring Alec Guiness, George Segal, and Max Von Sydow – a moody film that's handled here ... LP, Vinyl record album
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Soleil Rouge
Rambling (Japan), 1971. New Copy
Maurice Jarre penned the soundtrack to one of the oddest westerns of its time – a strange samurai-western starring Charles Bronson, Ursula Andress, and Toshiro Mifune! The overall score has that rich, dramatic style that Jarre used often in his more famous work of the 60s – with a few ... CD
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Sugar Colt
Rambling (Japan), 1967. New Copy
An obscure early soundtrack from Italian composer Luis Bacalov – penned for a western that begins with a nicely playful tune that almost echoes American western film music, but which soon moves into the deeper, darker tones that belie Bacalov's resume as a much more sophisticated ... CD
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Rambling (Japan), 1971. New Copy
A real standout in Ennio Morricone's roster of great work from the time – a record with all the best elements in place – including vocals by Edda Dell'Orso and orchestrations by Bruno Nicolai – but an overall format that's a bit different than usual! Most of the tracks here are ... CD
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Kill
Rambling (Japan), 1971. New Copy
Easily one of the greatest soundtracks ever from Italian maestro Berto Pisano – one of his best remembered works, not only for the driving theme of the film, but also for the dreamier numbers in the score – which float around with some real Morricone-like touches! There's some nice ... CD
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Dagored (Italy), 1972. New Copy
Seminal Italian cop sounds from Stelvio Cipriani – penned for a key film in the poliziottesco genre in the 70s! The music here steps nicely off the style of Morricone at the time – these cool stepping orchestrations that have this inherent groove, even when moving slow – and lots ... LP, Vinyl record album
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London/Rhino, Early 70s/1997. New Copy (reissue)
A great little soundtrack that really matches the spirit of the film – Quentin Tarantino's own blacksploitation soundtrack – served up here as a mix of classics from the 70s, plus a few special tracks recorded just for the movie! The cover's got a great badass look, and the record ... LP, Vinyl record album
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Magnetic Systems
Cinevox/Finders Keepers (UK), Mid 70s. New Copy
A tremendous trio from the Italian soundtrack scene of the 70s – Franco Bixio, Fabio Frizzi, and Vince Tempera – all great talents on their own, but a real powerhouse of grooves when they got together on work like this! The Bixio-Fizzi-Tempera name always meant something extra-groovy ... LP, Vinyl record album
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Festival/Votary (Australia), 1973. New Copy (reissue)
One of our favorite records of all time – an incredible soundtrack from the legendary Sven Libaek, served up in a swirling blend of vibes, flute, guitar, and organ – all with a bubbly, watery feel that's totally amazing! The album's easily one of the greatest from the Australian scene ... LP, Vinyl record album
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Polydor/Jazzclub (Germany), 1976. New Copy
Groovy genius from German arranger Peter Thomas – a sweet little follow-up to his soundtrack for Chariots Of The Gods! This time around, the setting's a bit more funky – a great mixture of mid 70s grooves with some of the trippier touches you'd know from Peter's previous space scores ... CD
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Chariots Of The Gods? (with bonus tracks)
Polydor/Universal (Germany), 1970. New Copy
An amazing little soundtrack from German maestro Peter Thomas – even weirder and more electric than some of his famous 60s recordings! Thomas scored the music for a spooky 70s film about the possibility of aliens on earth – and did so with a bit more tension than some of his other ... CD
 
Updated April 30, 2016


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