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Mikis Thedorakis might seem an odd choice to score a film set on the mean streets of New York – but he gets some wonderful help here from Bob James, who helps ensure that the funky tracks come off nice and sweet! Thedorakis serves up the main theme with a haunting, slightly "ethnic" ... LP, Vinyl record album
Antonio Carlos Jobim composed most of the tracks for this trashy film based on a Harold Robbin's novel of the same name, and the music's a bit different from his usual bossa work. The tunes are a mixture of orchestral tunes with a few sparer bossa numbers – a bit in the mode of Jobim's work ... LP, Vinyl record album
A sleazy film, but one with some really great music from Francis Lai – the composer better known for his mainstream contributions to classics like A Man & A Woman and Live For Life! In any setting, Lai displays an amazing genius for spare tunes that hit a lyrical chord and a warmly ... LP, Vinyl record album
OA fantastic soundtrack for an incredibly groovy film – a landmark British comedy that received some sublime musical treatment from Dudley Moore – who was one of the stars of the movie! Moore's a surprisingly great jazz pianist, and provides a rich blend of jazz instrumentals, groovy ... LP, Vinyl record album
Moogy, moody, groovy, and spooky – a set of wonderful late 70s keyboard work, written for the soundtrack of Timm Thaler – a German TV show about a child who sold his laughter to the devil! The date's a bit late, but the sound is pure slinky 70s Euro funk – with dual keyboards on ... LP, Vinyl record album
An X-rated horror film from the team of Andy Warhol and Paul Morrissey, but one that gets a surprisingly classic sort of soundtrack from the great Claudio Gizzi! Right from the start, Gizzi's music is filled with a sensitivity that's quite striking – this beautiful, poetic quality that often ... LP, Vinyl record album
A great little soundtrack – as campy as the film it was written for – and a record that's gone on to be one of the touchstone soundtracks of the 60s! Some of the tunes are more straight numbers by Johnny Williams – a bit dreamy, but with some nice easy touches – but the ... LP, Vinyl record album
This one's a mixture of soul and disco tunes – all of them written and performed by Freddie Perren, with an assortment of different lead vocalists. The tunes are very much in the vein of Perren's other soul work from the mid 70s – and although the overall nature of the film is a bit ... LP, Vinyl record album