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Peter Scores – The Erotic World Of The Peter Thomas Sound Orchestra

CD (Item 871430) Diggler (Germany), 1960s/1970s — Condition: Used
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Mad work from German easy composer Peter Thomas – very different than any of his other reissues so far! This excellent compilation, issued on the well-named Diggler Records, features work that Peter scored for German erotic films of the late 60s and early 70s – and unlike his work in the sci-fi or crime genres, these tracks are much warmer, much sexier, and often done with touches of a slinky Barbarella-esque rock approach! Some of the tracks have vocals – often wordless and drifting – but as usual for Thomas, the real charm lies in the instrumentation – which mixes funky beats, guitars, keyboards, organ, and other mod and sexy elements. The package is great – with notes in English and German – and the whole thing was done with the assistance of Thomas himself! Titles include "Surf With Gunter", "April Rainbows", "Mr P", "Sweet Girl Sweet Love", "Modern Sex", "Piano Strings In Love", "Coitus Crash", "Love & Sex", "Angels Who Burn Their Wings", and "Oh Oh Ooooh Ei Ei Ei". (Out of print.)  © 1996-2018, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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