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Esterno Notte – Urban Jazz-Funk, Late Nite Breaks, Cinematic Prog & Psych From The Italian RCA Film Music Vaults 1970 to 1976
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Although Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee do give this soundtrack a bluesy feel in parts, there's also some nice funky numbers that have more of a 70's sound, and which only feature some slight blues instrumentation. There's also a nice long track called "Moog Montage", which has funky ... LP, Vinyl record album
Features "Glory Of Love" by Peter Cetera, "Rock N Roll Over You" by Moody Blues, "Fish for Life by Mancrab, "Let Me At Em" by Southside Johnny, "Two Looking At One" by Carly Simon and more. LP, Vinyl record album
Sure, you've heard it a million times – but it's still a fantastic soundtrack! Henry Mancini's whimsical scoring is a perfect touch for this classic Peter Sellers film – and it's made even better by the LA group of musicians who play the music – including Plas Johnson on tenor, ... LP, Vinyl record album
A surprisingly groovy record – and one that's very different from the original Pink Panther soundtrack! This one's got much more of a 70s electric feel – and show's Henry Mancini's growth in this format, along the lines of his Cop Show Themes album, or his excellent Thief Who Came To ... LP, Vinyl record album
One of Quincy Jones' best soundtracks of the 70s – a massively funky record that's full of the kind of hip electric grooves you always look for on some of his other albums, but don't always find in such strong supply! The lineup here is great – wicked guitar lines from Arthur Adams and ... LP, Vinyl record album
Massive work from Isaac Hayes – a hard and heavy soundtrack that we like even more than his classic work on Shaft! Unlike Shaft, Ike actually starred in the film Truck Turner – which may be one reason why he brought his full game to the table for the record – and scored a batch ... LP, Vinyl record album