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Rage To Live

LP (Item 62045) United Artists, 1965 — Condition: Used
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Mostly dramatic material, written by Riddle to accompany this mid 60s film based on the John O'Hara novel of the same name. Ferrante & Teicher perform the main theme – which is jaunty enough – but the other tracks are pretty dark and orchestral, with a fairly gloomy feel overall. Titles include "Roger Bannon", "Table Talk", "Why Don't You Tell Her", "Kiss Me Pumpkin", "A Rage To Live", "I've Got A Husband", and "A Two Hour Drive". (Mono pressing. Shrinkwrap has a price code sticker.)  © 1996-2017, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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