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Howlin' Wolf Records haben auch in diesem Jahr wieder einen Score zu einem weihnachtlichen Horrorfilm veröffentlicht: Deathcember mit Beiträgen von Andrew Scott Bell und einer Horde weiterer Komponisten, welche die Musik zu den einzelnen Episoden dieses Anthologiefilms beisteuerten.

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Howlin' Wolf Records is excited to present DEATHCEMBER, a holiday-themed horror anthology series soundtrack, with an international ensemble of renowned composers, directors, and actors. Produced by Dominic Saxl, Ivo Scheloske, and Frank Vogt, DEATHCEMBER brings to life a feature-length advent calendar - each door a portal to terror and demented holiday fun! So, will you dare to open the door?

The DEATHCEMBER "Main Theme" and "Suite" are composed by award-winning composer Andrew Scott Bell, performed by the Budapest Scoring Orchestra with Péter Illényi conducting, featuring oboe soloist Judit Borzsonyi, and clarinet soloist Gyorgy Ree. The melodic and sweeping opening theme adds the perfect sense of enchantment and wonder for the advent season. In addition, Andrew Scott Bell composes the transition suites that wind through the score like a snake in the guise of holiday ribbon. Segment scores are a brilliant mix of amazing international talent from Belgium, Canada, Germany, Serbia, UK, and USA. among others, showcasing the talents of composers Andrew Scott Bell, Stephan Nicolas, Nemanja Mosurovic, Jeffrey Peter Mayhew, The NightStalker, Michael Kaufmann, Eduardo Daniel Victoria, Steffen Britzke, Dag Lerner, Nikola Nikita Jeremic, Medhat Hanbali, Erik Lutz, Peter Litvin, Dirk Steffan Buro, and Michael Kohlbecker.

The DEATHCEMBER soundtrack comes with a 32-page booklet including a foreword by producers Dominic Saxl, Ivo Scheloske, and Frank Vogt along with a note from segment director Sam Wineman about his friend and collaborator, Andrew Scott Bell. In addition, the booklet features notes by composers Stephan Nicolas, Jeffrey Peter Mayhew, Michael Kaufmann, Eduardo Daniel Victoria, Nikola Nikita Jeremic, Medhat Hanbali, and Dirk Steffan Buro, all beautifully packaged in a jewel case with exquisite artwork by Adrian Keindorf (booklet cover), Flavio Greco Paglia (booklet back), and art direction and designs by the magnificent Luis Miguel Rojas.

 

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Kadowaka neues 4K-HD-Set des japanischen Thrillers  The Beast to Die (1980) enthält als Bonus eine CD mit dem Score von Akihiko Takashima.

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A set of a 4K UltraHD Blu-ray and Blu-ray for the film "YAJU SHISUBESHI (THE BEAST TO DIE)." Comes with a photo book (A4 soft cover/100 pages) and an original soundtrack CD. The world premiere CD release of the remastered 6mm theatrical soundtrack of this film!

Special Feature: TV spots, promotional clips, "ME (Music & Effect) Audio" (24bit/96kHz), audio commentary
 

 

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Vielleicht für Jürgen von Interesse: Columbia Japan haben ein Album mit Harumi Fuukis Musik für die TV-Serie Maiagare! veröffentlicht.

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MAIAGARE! NHK Renzoku TV Shosetsu in 2022 is an original work set in the manufacturing town of Higashi-Osaka and the nature-rich Goto Islands in Nagasaki, depicting the heroine Mai Iwakura (Haruka Fukuhara), who never gives up looking up at the sky and flying, despite being tossed about by various difficulties.
Harumi Fuuki who composed music for this TV drama, actually traveled to the Goto Islands to weave a heartwarming melody with sounds inspired by airplanes and the Goto Islands. The main theme as well as the emotional songs that accompany the characters are also worth listening to. Please enjoy the musical world of MAIAGARE!.
 

 

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Anlässlich des 75. Jubiläums des polnischen Studios für Animationsfilm haben GAD Records gleich vier Alben mit Musik aus dessen Produktionen veröffentlicht:

Bolek i Lolek na Dzikim Zachodzie - Marek Wilczynski & Andrzej Korzynski

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In 1986, Bolek and Lolek set out to conquer the Wild West with a full-length feature. The film, based on the 1972 TV series, was very different from the original. Even with brand new music. Absolutely unique.

Marek Wilczyński, a composer who has been collaborating with the Animated Film Studio since the mid-1970s, is a separate artist. Phenomenon. Ones that would be difficult to compare with any other composer in Poland or abroad. He played in Krakow's Zdrój Jana, studied musicology at the Jagiellonian University and explored the secrets of electronic music under the watchful eye of Józef Patkowski, the founder of the Polish Radio Experimental Studio. At the same time, he took part in jazz workshops in Chodzież and dazzled his imagination in illustrating animated films. The music for "Bolek and Lolek in the Wild West" is a surprising marriage of various influences. On the one hand, the country style is present here almost all the time, although it is broken in various ways - with synthesizer interventions and playing with tape speeds, and with references to flamenco. The composer skilfully combined the sounds of analog Moog or Korg instruments with the live sounds of percussion and guitars. In this way, he created intriguing, interesting textures, which can be heard e.g. in the dreamy "Little Town I", the melancholy "Return of the Sheriff" and the majestic "Prairie".

Marek Wilczyński's original music was complemented by several songs written by Andrzej Korzyński and arranged in a style halfway between "Akademia Pana Kleks" and Frank Kimono. Some of them were sung by Piotr Fronczewski (who plays the villain Jimmy Pif-Paf in the film).

All recordings from the film "Bolek and Lolek in the Wild West" have been remastered from the original tapes from the sound archive of the Cartoon Film Studio. The booklet contains a text about the film and its creators, as well as frames from individual episodes. The release is part of a whole series of CDs prepared by Studio Filmów Rysunkowych and GAD Records on the occasion of the Studio's 75th anniversary.

Pampalini łowca zwierząt - Antoni Mleczko

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Pampalini. Officially, an animal hunter. Unofficially - the worst, but also the funniest animal hunter in history. The hero of thirteen animated films that still entertain generations to this day. His adventures draw you in thanks to a story full of humor, excellent animation, but also memorable music by Antoni Mleczka.

A charming series of films, invented by Bronisław Zeman and produced by the Animated Film Studio in Bielsko-Biała in the years 1975-80, still entertains and laughs today. But it also surprises with a complex and colorful musical layer, prepared by the Krakow composer, Antoni Mleczka. On the one hand, his music can be extremely fun, free and full of joyful themes, reminiscent of the achievements of Herb Alpert and Tijuana Brass, or Sergio Mendes, or referring to oriental or even country music. On the other hand, it still surprises with its arrangements: live percussion is complemented by a drum machine, Hammond organ introduces a jazz mood, and the combination of vibraphone and acoustic guitar sounds like the late achievements of the Gong band. The whole makes up an extremely colorful whole, going far beyond the purely utilitarian role of illustrative music. In 1988, the montage film “Oh! Pampalini!!!", in which connectors were added to the original episodes. On this occasion, Antoni Mleczko prepared two successful, subtle and (again!) themes bordering on Latin rhythms. Everything was sung - in one take, instantly and perfectly, as always - by Andrzej Zaucha.

All preserved recordings from the TV series "Pampalini the Animal Hunter" and songs from "Oh! Pampaline!!!” were remastered from the original tapes from the Cartoon Film Studio sound archive. The booklet contains text about the series and music as well as stills from individual episodes. The release is part of a whole series of CDs prepared by Studio Filmów Rysunkowych and GAD Records on the occasion of the Studio's 75th anniversary.

Mini - Polish Animated Shorts - Komeda, Kawka, Parzynski, Kocyba

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Airy vocals. Crazy races of trumpets and saxophones. Hypnotic rhythms. In other words: jazz musicians began illustrating animated films in the second half of the 1960s. This unique, little-known and thrilling fragment of the history of the Animated Film Studio in Bielsko-Biała has now been documented on CD.

In the 1960s, the Animated Film Studio not only produced series for children, but was also very active in the field of artistic animation, aimed mainly at adults. At that time, the company collaborated with Mirosław Kijowicz or Bronisław Zeman, starting his long-term adventure with Bielsko. Renowned composers and performers, also from the world of jazz, were invited to create individual productions. "mini. Polish Animated Shorts 1966-69” collects these jazz adventures in the world of animation. The program of the album includes Krzysztof Komeda's iconic music for "Ronda" by Mirosław Kijowicz (for the first time in the full version, as music alone, without sound effects) and previously unreleased soundtracks by Adam Sławiński, Tadeusz Kocyba and members of Novi Singers - Bernard Kawka and Waldemar Parzynski (recorded with the participation of their parent band). It is an extremely colorful journey into the world of syncopated rhythms, interesting arrangements and atmospheric solo parts.

All the recordings have been remastered from the original tapes from the sound archive of the Cartoon Film Studio. The booklet contains an extensive text by Andrzej Winiszewski and stills from films. The release is part of a whole series of CDs prepared by Studio Filmów Rysunkowych and GAD Records on the occasion of the Studio's 75th anniversary.

The Best Of Studio Filmów Rysunkowych - various artists

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The essence of childhood for many generations and much more. The most famous themes from the headlines of cartoons ("Bolek and Lolek", "Reksio", "Kidnapping Baltazar Gąbka"), but also less known motifs from individual animations - both those for children ("Kuba, Jakub's friend") and adults ("Rondo", "Mini"). Orchestras, jazz, electronics and the obligatory stamp made by Reksio.

Cartoon Film Studio was established in 1947. For decades, they were co-created by, among others, Lechosław Marszałek, Władysław Nehrebecki, Leszek Lorek, Alfred Ledwig and Bronisław Zeman, making both extremely popular series of films for children, as well as original, artistic projects, also aimed at an adult viewer. Formal courage and extraordinary ingenuity also translated into music composed for individual productions. The 41 tracks selected for the album "The Best Of..." are just a small part of the Studio's rich sound history - from the oldest surviving theme by Tadeusz Kański from 1957 ("About a bird that did not want to sing") to music written by composers invited from outside (including (e.g. Krzysztof Komeda, Waldemar Parzyński, Andrzej Korzyński or Jan Kanty Pawluśkiewicz).

All the recordings have been remastered from the original tapes from the sound archive of the Cartoon Film Studio. In the booklet, apart from full discographic information and frames from fairy tales, there is a text by Grzegorz Brzozowicz. The release is part of a whole series of CDs prepared by Studio Filmów Rysunkowych and GAD Records on the occasion of the Studio's 75th anniversary.

 

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Neue junge, unbekannte (und schwarze) Komponistin am Start mit DEVOTION, ein WW2 Fliegerfilm.

sehr schön und viel rousing Action, wie man das halt für so einen Ami-Helden-Film erwartet. Sicher nicht neu, bisschen Zimmer, bisschen 90er… aber gefällt sehr. Kann man sich merken die Dame!

 

 

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Digitmovies veröffentlichen am 5. Dezember ein Boxset mit Wiederveröffentlichungen von vier Giallo-Scores von Bruno Nicolai. 

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The four most thrilling and famous soundtracks composed by Maestro Bruno Nicolai re-live in this deluxe edition, after a long time of absence from our catalogue. Like our best sellers “Sodoma and Gomorrah” (aka “Sodoma e Gomorrah”) and “Trinity is still my name” (aka“Continuavano a chiamarlo Trinità”), this reprint comes from many requests of collectors and from our willing to publish these wonderful OSTs once again, with brand new graphics, in a collector’s edition box set enriched with a booklet of 32 pages with movie and music annotations, pictures, posters reproductions and typographic molds of that time. BRUNO NICOLAI Bruno Nicolai was born in Rome on May 26th, 1926. He studied piano at the S. Cecilia conservatory in Rome and the organ at the Papal Institute of Sacred Music. Composer, pianist, organist, orchestra leader and editor, between 1950 and 1964 he worked with S. Cecilia Academy Orchestra and with RAI symphonic orchestra of Rome. During the eighties he teached armony and composition at the public music school in Frosinone and at the Bologna conservatory. The encounter with Cinema happened almost casually, thanks to director Guido Salvini. Starting from 1962 until the eighties, he composed music for Italian, French and German cinema. Among the most important movies: “Crazy World” (aka “Mondo cane n. 2”, G. Jacopetti, 1963); “Run, Man, Run” (aka “Corri, uomo, corri”, S. Sollima, 1968); “99 Women” (aka “99 donne”, J. Franco, 1968), “Marquis de Sade's Justine” (aka “Justine, ovvero le disavventure della virtù”, J. Franco, 1968); “A Full Day's Work” (aka “Una giornata spesa bene”, J.L. Trintignant, 1972). He worked with Ennio Morricone, as compositor and orchestra leader, for the soundtracks of Alberto De Martino’s movies “Operation Kid Brother” (aka “Ok Connery”, 1966); “Dirty Heroes” (aka “Dalle Ardenne all’inferno”, 1967); “Here We Go Again, Eh Providence?” (aka “Ci risiamo, vero, Provvidenza?”, 1973) and Enzo Castellari’s “Cold eyes of fear” (aka “Gli occhi freddi della paura”, 1971). He signed numerous Italian thrillers OSTs, like Sergio Martino’s “All the colors of the dark” (aka “Tutti i colori del buio”, 1972), “The case of the scorpion's tail” (aka “La coda dello scorpione”, 1971) and “Your vice is a locked room and only I have the key” (aka “Il tuo vizio è una stanza chiusa e solo io ne ho la chiave”, 1972). He worked with Fiorenzo Carpi, close friend of his: “Ballo Excelsior” (1967) and “A White Dress for Marialé” (aka “Un bianco vestito per Marialé”, 1972). Thanks to his performing talents, he was asked to lead Carlo Rustichelli, Luis Bacalov and Nino Rota’s soundtracks. He died in Rome, on August 16th, 1991. THE CASE OF THE SCORPION’S TAIL (LA CODA DELLO SCORPIONE) SOUNDTRACK Maestro Bruno Nicolai knew how to put in music the macabre homicides of that event, writing a dissonant music soaked with elements of avant-garde and jazz. The soundtrack is enriched by two romantic yet nostalgic themes, as background of the love story of the protagonists. For this publication we used every take found in the original masters. DIRECTION AND CAST Directed by Sergio Martino in 1971 and starring Anita Strindberg, George Hilton, Alberto De Mendoza, Evelyn Stewart, Luigi Pistilli. PLOT Miss Baumer, widow because of an explosion of the plane on which her husband Kurt was, goes to Athens to collect the insurance money. She receives one million dollars but she gets brutally killed by a mysterious murderer, who steals all the money. The case is followed by an official of the Interpol and a Greek policeman and, later, by Cleo Dupont, young French journalist. The case gets muddled because of a sequence of murders. NOTES Second thriller movie directed by Sergio Martino, after the remarkable “The Strange Vice of Mrs. Wardh” (aka “Lo strano vizio della signora Wardh”) released on February 1971. The director wanted to give the protagonist part to Edwige Fenech, but he had to change his mind, since she was pregnant. The role was given to Swedish actress Anita Strindberg. The movie was filmed in Greece, Italy and England. It was released in Italian theaters on August 16th, 1971. YOUR VICE IS A LOCKED ROOM AND ONLY I HAVE A KEY (IL TUO VIZIO È UNA STANZA CHIUSA E SOLO IO NE HO LA CHIAVE) SOUNDTRACK Maestro Bruno Nicolai wrote a monothematic score based on variations of a nostalgic and romantic classical adagio for strings and harpsichord. All the horrifying aspects of this story are described through a series of drammatic and atonal themes, alternated to the classic adagio. DIRECTION AND CAST Directed by Sergio Martino in 1972 and starring Edwige Fenech, Anita Strindberg, Luigi Pistilli, Ivan Rassimov, Franco Nebbia, Enrica Bonaccorti. PLOT Professor Oliviero Ruevigny, failed writer, erotomaniac and alcoholic, stuck in a marriage come to an end with his hated wife Irene, is suspected of killing one of his young lovers. There are no clues to accuse him, though. After a while, in his villa, a maid gets killed and her body disappears. Floriana arrives to the villa, she’s the young and sassy niece of Oliviero who will take part in a series of depraved and mysterious plots, which could be only solved by a black cat. NOTES Fourth thriller of Martino, with erotic and gothic elements and a finale inspired by Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Black Cat” (aka “Il gatto nero”). Shot in an evocative Italian villa, the movie is a forerunner of one of the most disturbing scenes of Kubrik’s “The shining” with a typewriter as protagonist. The title originates from a phrase on a note in Martino’s “The Strange Vice of Mrs. Wardh” (aka “Lo strano vizio della signora Wardh”) that said: “Now I know that you’re trying to run from me… but your vice is a room locked from the inside and I have the key, just me”. It was released in Italian theaters on August 18th, 1972. ALL THE COLORS OF THE DARK (TUTTI I COLORI DEL BUIO) SOUNDTRACK Bruno Nicolai wrote and directed one of his best soundtracks for thriller genre. The soundtrack is mainly based on orchestral dark passages, sometimes rythmic, sometimes atmospheric, which give a great sense of constant stress. Other than the romatic love theme, the soundtrack includes another very important theme: that for the “Sabba” in coral version and lounge-psychedelic version with Beat arrangements, performed by Alessandroni’s Modern Cantors. It also contains the sitar execution of the great Alessandro Alessandroni. DIRECTION AND CAST Directed by Sergio Martino in 1972 and starring Edwige Fenech, George Hilton, Ivan Rassimov, Julián Ugarte, Susan Scott, Marina Malfatti. PLOT Young Jane Harrison is traumatized by the killing of her mother and the miscarriage of her child, after a car accident. Also, she always has nightmares of a man chasing her with a sharp knife. Jane asks for help to a psychiatrist, doctor Burton. Mary, a mysterious neighbor, pushes her to take part to some black masses of a Satan worshipers, undermining even more the fragil mind of Jane. NOTES Third thriller directed by Sergio Martino. Set in an autumnal and distressing London. The movie stands back from the many movies born from Dario Argento’s success “The Bird with the Crystal Plumage” (aka “L’uccello dalle piume di cristallo”). This time Martino mixes thrilling elements to esoteric ones, typical of Roman Polanski’s cinema. For this movie, the director confirms the duo Fenech/Hilton, made famous by his first thriller “The Strange Vice of Mrs. Wardh” (aka “Lo strano vizio della signora Wardh”). It was released in Italian theaters on February 28th, 1972. THE CASE OF THE BLOODY IRIS (PERCHÉ QUELLE STRANE GOCCE DI SANGUE SUL CORPO DI JENNIFER?) SOUNDTRACK Bruno Nicolai wrote a romantic theme for Jennifer, which is re-taken in various versions during the whole soundtrack. The main theme has dark and dissonant strings passages, which make the listener feel tense and distressed. DIRECTION AND CAST Directed by Giuliano Carmineo in 1972 and starring Edwige Fenech, George Hilton, Paola Quattrini, Giampiero Albertini, Oreste Lionello, Annabella Incontrera. PLOT Jennifer e Marylin are two models living in an apartment located in a big building. Jennifer is trying to get her life back after having divorced from a violent man who used to force her to have group sex and to take drugs. She meets Andrea and begins an affair with him. Meanwhile, a young prostitute and a stripper get killed in the building. Suspects fall on the residents that knew the victims. The hunt for the killer gets harder due to the largeness of the building. NOTES Operating in the spaghetti-western genre, Giuliano Carmineo takes on thriller genre with “The case of the bloody iris” (aka “Perché quelle strane gocce di sangue sul corpo di Jennifer?”), directed under the pseudonym Anthony Ascott. The movie was entirely shot in Italy, in Rome and Genoa, with the “Martiniana” couple Fenech/Hilton. Carmineo’s movie alternates Argento-ish thrilling moments and Lenzi-ish erotic elements. It was released in Italian theaters on August 10th, 1972.

 

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Und in dieser Woche gibt es von Columbia Japan mit dem Score zu der neuen Animeserie Management of a Novice Alchemist gleich noch einen neuen Titel von Harumi Fuuki.

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Original soundtrack from the TV Anime "Shinmai Renkinjutsushi no Tenpo Keiei." Contains its intro/outro theme songs (TV size) and BGM tracks.
 

 

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