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Ein Label namens "Moscovitch Music" bringt in Kürze John Scotts 1976'er Score zu Satan's Slave. Auf CD und LP.

 

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  1. Main Titles
  2. Sacrifice
  3. Head Smashed and Stabbed
  4. Drive to Alexander's and Crash
  5. Car Inferno
  6. Catherine Sleeps
  7. Everything Seems So Unreal
  8. A Walk in the Grounds
  9. Visions in the Woods
  10. Grave Side and Camilla's Headstone
  11. Do You Mind If I Join You?
  12. Catherine's Bracelet Is Taken
  13. Picnic in a Car
  14. Evil Elevator
  15. Evil Elevator Part 2 and Trance
  16. Catherine's Nightmare
  17. Catherine and Stephen Make Love
  18. Frances Tells All
  19. Stephen Kills Frances and Kitchen Rendezvous
  20. Catherine Escapes
  21. Get Her! Get Her Back!
  22. Catherine Discovers the Truth
  23. End Titles
  24. Unused Cue

 

https://www.amazon.de/dp/B01N3UX7N6

 

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Ein Label namens "Moscovitch Music" bringt in Kürze John Scotts 1976'er Score zu Satan's Slave. Auf CD und LP.

 

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https://www.amazon.de/dp/B01N3UX7N6

 

Clips:

 

https://soundsoftheuniverse.com/product/satans-slave-ost

 

Auch bei Chris schon gelistet:

 

'Satan's Slave' is the latest release from Moscovitch Music (Terror/Prey), the brainchild of producer/compiler Joel Martin (Quiet Village/Velvet Season & The Hearts of Gold/Maxxi & Zeus) whose 'de Wolfe Music' compilations 'Bite Hard/Bite Harder' are considered essential primers of the library genre.

This Holy Grail Black-Magic British Jazz soundtrack from 1976 is the most requested movie score of cult film composer and top English Jazz saxophonist/flautist - John Scott (Symptoms/Wake in Fright/Craze).

For aficionados of rare library music and obscure Horror soundtracks this is an essential album.

'Satan's Slave' - The original soundtrack to Norman J Warren's (Terror/Prey/Inseminoid) nihilistic tale of Witchcraft and occultism conjures an uneasy yet compelling experience for fans of exploitation OST's, and a veritable smorgasboard of dark progressive samples for the producers. The ritualistic tribal beats of 'Sacrifice' could have been culled from the KPM library catalogue (John Scott was a regular session player for them) while 'Drive to Alexander's and crash' is forgotten filmic UK Modal Jazz with a tropical flavour which harks back to Scott's legendary Columbia Lansdowne LP from 1967 'Communication', a firm Gilles Peterson favourite. 'A walk in the grounds' is pure mellow heat - fuel for the MPC 2000, with its crisp Fender Rhodes chords and 'Dusty Fingers' vibe, and 'Unused Cue' which is an additional recording we discovered on the reels is a fiery free-Jazz odyssey for explorers of the fifth dimension!

The complete 'Satan's Slave' soundtrack, which is being presented here for the first time on any format, has been lovingly remastered from the original half-inch master tapes courtesy of Sean P(Z Records), and sounds as edgy, fresh and relevant as it did back in the swinging seventies.

Pour the Absinth, switch off the lights and say a little depraved prayer!

- Moscovitch Music

 

http://www.soundtrackcorner.de/satans-slave-p7526.htm

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Den Film habe ich leider noch nicht gesehen... aber Norman J. Warren ist ja immer für ne große Sause gut. :D

 

Den Clips nach ist der Score ne spaßige Angelegenheit. Ich kann ja mit Scotts großorchestralen Filmkompositionen eigentlich nicht viel anfangen, aber für seine Pop- und Jazzscores aus den 60er und 70er Jahren habe ich eine gewisse Schwäche.

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Jo, aber Filmeschauen bei youtube mach ich allgemein eher selten. Auch wenn es da zugegeben immer mehr Angebote gibt, die ein Umdenken meinerseits wohl durchaus lohnenswert erscheinen lassen. :P

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YOUNG GUNS wird zum ersten Mal veröffentlicht.

 

Rusted Wave has announced the world premiere soundtrack release for the 1988 western Young Guns. The album features the film’s original music composed by Anthony Marinelli (15 Minutes2 Days in the Valley) and Brian Banks (Internal Affairs). The soundtrack will be released digitally and on vinyl on January 20, 2017 and is now available for pre-order on AmazonYoung Guns is directed by Christopher Cain and stars Emilio Estevez, Kiefer Sutherland, Lou Diamond Phillips, Charlie Sheen, Dermot Mulroney, Terence Stamp, Terry O’Quinn, Casey Siemaszko, Brian Keith and Jack Palance. The western, which follows a group of young gunmen who become deputies to avenge the murder of the rancher who became their benefactor, premiered in theaters in 1988 and is now available on Blu-ray and DVD.

 

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Here’s the track list of the album:

 

1. Main Title (3:45)
2. Splendid Reading (0:37)
3. The Confrontation (2:09)
4. The Watch (1:03)
5. Tunstall’s Death (1:00)
6. Howdy (4:08)
7. Poet with a Big Gun (1:02)
8. McCloskey’s Death (1:28)
9. Pass the Peyote Please (2:00)
10. Dick’s Death (1:38)
11. Top O’ the Morning Girls (1:16)
12. Turn in Your Badges (1:32)
13. Kinney Chase (1:47)
14. The Campfire (1:12)
15. Bring in the Troops (3:10)
16. Crazy Charlie (1:07)
17. The Shootout (3:03)
18. Pals (1:25)
19. End Credits (4:14)
20. Coda (Poet Reprise) (0:55)

Quelle: http://filmmusicreporter.com/2016/12/12/young-guns-soundtrack-announced/

 

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YOUNG GUNS wird zum ersten Mal veröffentlicht.

 

Uh, das gefällt mir. Ich hatte mich damals sofort in den Titelsong verliebt. Abgesehen davon ist der Film auch mehr oder weniger mein Initiationsstreifen für das Genre gewesen. Freue mich.  :)

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Neu von Quartet:

 

 

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Quartet Records and GDM present the long-awaited remastered reissue of one the most radiant and beautiful Ennio Morricone scores.

 

Co-written by Samy Pavel and Catherine Alcover (both of whom also appear in the film), Le due stagione della vita is about two stages in the life of a man. The first stage of the narrative explores his boyhood as he learns from his father that his biological mother is still alive. Following the passing of his father, our hero sets out to start his own life. The second stage of the story continues with the protagonist’s adult life as he tries to make ends meet as a musician. Whereas the boy is played by Stéphane Gass, the grown man is played by the film’s director, Samy Pavel.

 

What makes Le due stagione della vita so interesting is that composer Ennio Morricone took a cue from the film’s dual structure by creating two long suites for both sides of the original LP (a brief choral piece entitled "Passaggio" was used as a transition). Side A of the record featured the romantic material associated with the protagonist’s upbringing, including the viola solo of Dino Asciolla and of course Edda dell’Orso as the matriarch’s calling voice. Side B on the other hand featured atonal music involving two choirs: I Cantori Moderni di Alessandroni and Voci Bianche, as well as other talented musicians letting all hell loose.

 

The original LP had only the two suites and the brief connecting piece. The same program made its first appearance on CD in the early nineties on Point Records. A later CD, released by Saimel, expanded the program with the film versions and a few previously unreleased alternates, including source music. This new Quartet Records CD adds yet another unused version of the main theme. Mastered by Claudio Fuiano from first-generation master tapes vaulted at EMI General Music in Italy. The 8-page liner notes by Gergely Hubai discuss the film, the composer and the score.

 

01. Le due stagioni della vita (18:18)

 

02. Passaggio (1:04)
 

03. La città (15:58)

 

04. Le due stagioni della vita (titoli versione film) (4:10)
 

05. La città (#2) (1:41)

 

06. Le due stagioni della vita (tema ripresa) (1:40)

 

07. Le due stagioni della vita (cafè chantant) (1:38)

 

08. Le due stagioni della vita (tema ripresa #2) (1:28)

 

09. Le due stagioni della vita (organo liturgico) (1:00)
 

10. La città (#3) (3:57)

 

11. Le due stagioni della vita (tema ripresa #3) (1:57)

 

12. Le due stagioni della vita (tema ripresa #4 – short take) (3:38)

 

Total Disc Time: 56:57
 

Limited Collector’s Edition of 500 units.

 

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Fantasma D'Amore (2-CD SET)
PRE-ORDER
Availability date: 12/19/2016
€19.95
 

Quartet Records and Gruppo Sugar are glad to present the ultimate edition of an unforgettable Riz Ortolani masterpiece.

 

Directed by Dino Risi in 1981, Fantasma d’amore (also known as Ghost of Love) stars Marcello Mastroianni and Romy Schneider as star-crossed lovers in a mystical story about love that conquers all—even death. Over two decades after their affair has ended, Nino Monti (Mastroianni) meets his old flame Anna Brigatti Zighi (Schneider) who seems to have lost not only her beauty, but her fortune as well. Upon recounting the events to his friends, Nino is shocked to learn that Anna is supposed to be dead as one of his buddies had signed the death certificate three years earlier....

 

The film marked the third (and final) collaboration between director Dino Risi and composer Ortolani—each film bringing out something different from the composer. Fantasma has a rather nostalgic score colored with a hint of jazz and remorseful wish fulfillment, courtesy of legendary clarinetist Benny Goodman. According to the clarinetist’s biography. “Benny Goodman: Listen to His Legacy,” Ortolani presented the tunes to Goodman in New York and the musician gladly agreed to record the solos for the main theme, "Phantom of Love," and the secondary theme, "Unforgettable Love."  

 

Fantasma d’amore was originally released on LP by CAM, and while there have been several CD releases, they have only replicated that original LP program. Apart from the remastered original album on Disc 1, Disc 2 features the complete film score, including a large amount of previously unreleased material. The audio has been mastered by Claudio Fuiano from first-generation master tapes. The-full color, 8-page booklet includes liner notes by Gergely Hubai that discuss the film, the composer and the score.

Disc One: THE ORIGINAL ALBUM

 

01. Phantom of Love (Main Title) (2:36)

 

02. Unforgettable Love (3:14)

 

03. Do It To Me (4:59)
 

04. Unforgettable Love (Variations on the theme) (3:11)

 

05. Phatom of Love (Trio) (3:06)

 

06. Just Another Evening (3:12)

 

07. Phantom of Love (Variations on the theme) (3:32)

 

08. Unforgettable Love (3:13)
 

09. Rhythm Trio (2:45)

 

10. Love’s Memories (4:07)

 

11. Music and Love (3:53)

 

12. Phatom of Love (Phantom of Love & Unforgettable Love) (5:00)

 

 

Disc Two: FILM VERSIONS, ALTERNATES AND BONUS TRACKS

 

01. Phantom of Love (Main Title alternate 1) (1:52)

 

02. Phantom of Love (Bossa) (3:22)

 

03. Phantom of Love (Main Title alternate 2) (2:40)
 

04. Unforgettable Love (Lounge version) (1:50)

 

05. Phantom of Love (Main title alternate 3) (2:39)
 

06. Phantom of Love (Swing version) (1:54)

 

07. Phantom of Love (Main Title alternate 4) (2:39)
 

08. Phantom of Love (Bossa 2) (3:23)

 

09. Phantom of Love (Lounge version) (2:41)

 

10. Unforgettable Love (0:44)
 

11. Phantom of Love (Bossa 3) (3:36)

 

12. Phantom of Love (Slow piano) (4:24)
 

13. Unforgettable Love (Piano solo) (2:48)

 

14. Unforgettable Love (2:17)

 

15. Phantom of Love (Lounge version 2) (2:51)

 

16. Unforgettable Love (1:12)

 

17. Unforgettable Love (1:20)
 

18. Unforgettable Love (Alternate mix) (3.17)

 

19. Phantom of Love (Magic mood) (2:02)

 

20. Phantom of Love (Main Theme reprise) (0:55)

 

21. Unforgettable Love (2:16)

 

22. Phantom of Love (Fear) (1:16)

 

23. Unforgettable Love (0:58)

 

24. Unforgettable Love (3:00)

 

 

Music Composed and Conducted by Riz Ortolani

 

Clarinet Soloist: Benny Goodman

 

 

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El faro de las orcas
IN STOCK
€12.95
 

Exciting and moving new score composed by Pascal Gaigne (El olivo, Castillos de cartón, Lasa & Zabala, Verbo) for the new romantic adventure film directed by Gerardo Olivares.

 

Lola travels with Tristán, her son with autism, to the end of the world to meet Beto, a wildlife guard who has a very special relationship with the wild killer whales in Argentine Patagonia. Lola's determination to fight for her son, the peculiar personality of Tristán and her special relationship with nature will make the lives of all of them change forever. Based on a true story, El faro de las orcas is about the search for life’s essential values and our encounter with the spirit of Nature.

 

Composing the music for this film was a very special challenge for Pascal Gaigne. He gave his score a kind of romantic and impressionist color, with delicate orchestration and a beautiful, flowing leitmotif that unfolds slowly throughout the entire score. The music is performed by The Bratislava Symphony Orchestra, conducted by David Hernando.

 

01. Amanecer en Patagonia (2:35)

 

02. Tristán (1:12)
 

03. Desde lejos (0:59)

 

04. El Faro de las Orcas (2:13)

 

05. Volver a Casa (1:31)
 

06. ¡Agarraros! (0:28)

 

07. Una Cometa (0:28)

 

08. Buen Día (1:27)

 

09. ¡¡¡Atacan!!! (2:34)

 

10. Visión Nocturna (2:30)
 

11. Chaka y Beto (2:32)

 

12. Primer contacto (2:32)
 

13. El Faro de las Orcas (¡Que Maravilla!) (2:33)

 

14. Tristán Ordenando (2:29)
 

15. Abrazo (0:51)

 

16. Jugando con Chaka (2:05)

 

17. El faro de la Orcas (2:33)
 

18. Volar Solo (6:04)

 

19. Perdido en la Playa (1:42)
 

20. Las Orcas son mi vida (1:58)

 

21. El faro de las orcas (Despertar) (3:32)

 

22. Historia de Lola (2:14)

 

23. Tristán y Raquel (1:30)
 

24. Frente al mar (2:30)

 

25. El Faro de las Orcas (Créditos) (3:21)

 

26. El faro de las orcas (piano version) (2:40)

 

 

Total Disc Time: 56:42

 

Und von Music Box:

 

 

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World Premiere release.
45 minutes of music never-before released.
8-page CD booklet with French and English liner notes by Nicolas Magenham.

In collaboration with Yad Music, Music Box Records presents the world premiere release of acclaimed composer Gabriel Yared's original score to the 1984 fantasy/adventure Nemo (Dream One), starring Harvey Keitel, Mathilda May, Nipsey Russell, Carole Bouquet, Charley Boorman and Jason Connery.

Based on Windsor McCay's comic strip, this excitingly dream-like adventure is also inspired by Jules Verne and Lewis Carroll. A young boy who lives in a grey world is transported into a colourful land full of mystical characters and sets off on a quest to rescue a beautiful princess.

Gabriel Yared has provided a dreamlike score which is both melancholic and dramatic, yet simultaneously poignant, touching and sometimes epic. His score very often shifts from an acoustic/symphonic state to a synthetic/electronic state – as it frequently does in the composer’s works over this period. Through the emotional quality of his music, mingled with the unsettling strangeness of some twisted or exotic sounds, Gabriel Yared synthesizes every aspect of his dazzling talent for this fantasy film from the 80’s.

The soundtrack debut of Nemo has been fully mastered from the recording session tapes. The 8-page booklet features an essay by Nicolas Magenham discussing the film and the score based on an original interview with the composer.

 

1. Générique (1:32)
2. Cauchemar de Nemo (2:06)
3. Monkey et Cunegond (1:46)
4. Alice se réveille (0:50)
5. Dream One (1:42)
6. Le Nautilus (1:20)
7. Nemo et Mr. Rip (1:08)
8. Le Naufrage (1:11)
9. Mr. Legend, le Vengeur Masqué (1:44)
10. La Plage (1:03)
11. Le Pays Imaginaire (1:43)
12. Le Tango (1:27)
13. Les Explorateurs Boris et Duchka (3:05)
14. La Maquette de Mr. Rib (1:46)
15. L'Or de Rals-Akraï (1:36)
16. Nemo Abandonné (1:26)
17. La Tente (2:25)
18. La Fusée (2:19)
19. Confrontation (1:48)
20. La Fin du Rêve (5:49)
21. La Carte de Yonderland (1:08)
22. Final (1:02)
23. Générique de Fin (5:04)

Total Time • 45:58

 

 

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World Premiere release.
Over 60 minutes of music never-before released.
8-page CD booklet with liner notes by Randall D. Larson.

Music Box Records presents the world premiere release of Maurice Jarre’s score for The Murder of Mary Phagan, a 1988 American TV miniseries that told the tragic, true story of Leo Frank’s arrest and trial for the murder of 13-year old Mary Phagan in Atlanta, Georgia on April 26, 1913. Based largely on testimony later believed false, Frank was convicted and sentenced to death for the crime. Georgia Governor John M. Slaton later commuted Frank’s sentence to life imprisonment after determining evidence was insufficient to warrant execution; In protest, a group of armed men kidnapped Frank from prison and lynched him. Decades later, new evidence contradicted the testimony of 1913 and Leo Frank was posthumously pardoned by the State of Georgia in 1982.

Produced by George Stevens Jr., The Murder of Mary Phagan won three Primetime Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Miniseries. Committed to filming the story in the manner of a feature film, Stevens assembled a notable cast headlined by Academy Award-winning star Jack Lemmon, Peter Gallagher, and Kevin Spacey in one of his first co-starring roles. They were supported by an impressive array of veteran character actors, each of whom brought credibility and authenticity to their performances.

The film’s subdued but consummate musical score was the work of multiple Academy Award-winning composer Maurice Jarre (1924-2009) - quite a coup for George Stevens to land in his pursuit of a feature-film quality miniseries. But unlike the solo-synth scores that were prevalent throughout the decade, Jarre integrated his synths with his orchestra, recording the electronic instruments live on the scoring stage with the orchestra. The result is an engaging hybrid score that has the organic symphonic warmth flavored with unique electronic textures that gave the Mary Phagan score a quite remarkable sound palette.

The soundtrack debut of The Murder of Mary Phagan is presented in stereo from pristine-condition from multi-track session tapes. The album includes Jarre’s complete score as well as dance music standards of the period heard as source music on the soundtrack, arranged by Thomas Pasatieri (who also composed an original piece). The album includes an 8-page illustrated booklet featuring liner notes by Randall D. Larson who discusses the film’s background and examines Jarre’s little known score and its thematic architecture in detail.

1. Mary Phagan Main Title  (2:24)
2. Mary in the Play (1:06)
3. I'm Going to Pick Up My Pay / Mary At Work (1:08)
4. Mary in Leo's Office / Alonzo / Newton Discovers Mary's Body (1:41)
5. The People Watching Mary's Body (0:53)
6. A Posthumous Pardon (3:04)
7. My Husband Is Innocent (0:56)
8. Frank's Photo / You Don't Suspect Me (1:48)
9. You'll Have the Gratitude (0:22)
10. You're Heading the Ticket (0:36)
11. I'm Going Home / You Can Get Back to Work (1:08)
12. Help Me (1:20)
13. Jubilation (1:13)
14. Organ Grinder (1:16)
15. Alonzo On the Witness Stand / Stop It (1:33)
16. Can We Expect a Statement? / I Want Tonight Off (1:04)
17. Slaton's Future Home / The Amputee Sings the Ballad (1:20)
18. Mary's Parents' Silent Protest / Threatening Note (0:44)
19. Slaton Questions Alonzo (2:17)
20. The Girl Whose Hair It Was, Was Dead / Slaton (1:19)
21. Thank You for Hearing Me / I Protest (1:42)
22. To Me / The Umbrella (1:20)
23. Leo Transplanted (1:45)
24. Threatening Mob (0:38)
25. I Don't Care, Sir / Time to Go (1:09)
26. I Like Hotels (0:33)
27. A Posthumous Pardon (Alternate) (3:04)
28. Mary Phagan End Credits (1:22)

THE EXTRAS - SOURCE MUSIC
29. El Choclo (3:04)
30. Tales of the Vienna Woods (2:41)
31. Prima Donna Waltz (1:42)
32. Sunday Waltz (2:42)
33. Angeline the Baker (2:18)
34. Polka Wiesniaczka (3:07)
35. Green Meadow Waltz (2:42)
36. El Choclo (Alternate) (3:04)

Total Time • 61:32

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Am 1.12.2016 um 14:57 schrieb Oliver79:

Den Film habe ich leider noch nicht gesehen... aber Norman J. Warren ist ja immer für ne große Sause gut. :D

 

Den Clips nach ist der Score ne spaßige Angelegenheit. Ich kann ja mit Scotts großorchestralen Filmkompositionen eigentlich nicht viel anfangen, aber für seine Pop- und Jazzscores aus den 60er und 70er Jahren habe ich eine gewisse Schwäche.

Satan's Slave von John Scott kam vor ein paar Tagen an. Bei mir ist es wohl eher anders rum. Ich kann mit der Musik relativ wenig anfangen und bin doch eher ein Fan seiner "leichten", "englischen" Scores, z.B. The Shooting Party. Für Fans dieser Art Musik zumindest positiv: klarer guter Mono-Ton und hübsch ausgestattet. Auch Peter wird die von ihm auf dem Covermotiv vermissten Brustwarzen auf dem Bookletfoto wiederfinden. ;) Das Album gibt's auch bei Spotify. Einfach Anhören um eine eigene Meinung zu bilden - auch wenn das einigen schwerfällt.

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vor 7 Stunden schrieb Stefan Jania:

EDIT: Hm, die Spotify-URI übernehmen klappt im Board so einfach wohl nicht. Naja, einfach bei Spotify nach "Satan's Slave" suchen. :D

Mit dem Album-Link geht's

 

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Dragon's Domain (Buysoundtrax) hat Ende letzten Jahres noch zwei CDs rausgebracht. Einmal Second Time Lucky von Garry McDonald und Laurie Stone ("The Flying Doctors", "Robbery Under Arms"). Ist ein Re-Issue der oneMone-CD von vor einem Vierteljahrhundert. Die habe ich irgendwo im Regal, kann mich aber nicht mehr an die Musik erinnern. Und dazu noch A Doggone Christmas von Chuck Cirino, einem Billig-Film-Vertoner par excellence, dessen Albumversion des Titelthemas aus Bone Eater zu den bei mir meistgespielten Tracks überhaupt gehört. ;)

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http://buysoundtrax.stores.yahoo.net/setiluorsoby.html

 

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http://buysoundtrax.stores.yahoo.net/dochorsobych.html

 

A Doggone Christmas gibt es schon bei Spotify.

 

Und, weils passt, Bone Eater... Immer noch "Yeeeeeeeeeeee-Hah" :D

 

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Dragon's Domain legt diesen Monat nach mit einem Re-Issue eines packenden, großorchestralen Lee Holdridge-Scores und noch mehr Chuck Cirino.

Lee Holdridge: El Pueblo Del Sol (Geheimtipp! :))

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http://buysoundtrax.stores.yahoo.net/elpudelsolor.html

Gibt es auch bei Spotify.

 

Chuck Cirino: Cinéma Imaginaire

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http://buysoundtrax.stores.yahoo.net/ciimmubychci.html

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vor 30 Minuten schrieb peter-anselm:

Der Holdridge ist grosse Klasse, hab noch das alte Bay Cities release

 

vor 4 Minuten schrieb Thomas Nofz:

Dito! Kann ich ebenfalls nur wärmstens empfehlen. :)

Ach Menno, dann ist mein Geheimtipp ja völlig für'n A....! :D

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Gerade eben schrieb Stefan Jania:

 

Ach Menno, dann ist mein Geheimtipp ja völlig für'n A....! :D

Hehe. :D

Für uns "alte Säcke" ist es vielleicht nicht sooooo der Geheimtipp... aber für die jungen Wilden allemal!

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Am ‎11‎.‎01‎.‎2017 um 14:56 schrieb Thomas Nofz:

Hehe. :D

Für uns "alte Säcke" ist es vielleicht nicht sooooo der Geheimtipp... aber für die jungen Wilden allemal!

Bin auch kein junger Wilder mehr. Kannte den Holdridge trotzdem nicht. Hat viel Schmackes. Gefällt....und wird gekauft.:danke:

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