Friday, December 22, 2006

Alternative Christmas - I Want A Lotta Love For Christmas

Here's another seasonal compilation I made up at the last minute. It turned out pretty good though, I think. You be the judge.

Have a Merry Christmas, a Happy Hanukkah, a Joyous Kwanzaa, & an even Happier New Year!


Track List:

01 - Bob Rivers - Me And Mrs. Claus (2002)
02 - Barnes & Nibble - I've Got Some Presents For Santa
03 - Mack Rice - Santa Claus Wants Some Lovin'
04 - Kay Martin & Her Body Guards - Come on Santa, Let's Have a Ball
05 - Mae West - Santa, Come Up To See Me (1966)
06 - Amos Milburn - Let's Make Christmas Merry, Baby (1949)
07 - Rufus Thomas - I'll Be Your Santa, Baby (1973)
08 - Eartha Kitt - This Year's Santa Baby (1954)
09 - Pearl Bailey - A Five Pound Box of Money (1958)
10 - Kathy Hawn - I Want A Lotta Love For Christmas
11 - Ray Anthony - Christmas Kisses
12 - James Brown - Merry Christmas Baby
13 - Southern Culture On The Skids - Merry Christmas Baby
14 - My Chemical Romance - All I Want For Christmas Is You
15 - Kay Martin & Her Body Guards - I Know What You Want for Christmas
16 - Julie London - I'd Like You For Christmas
17 - The Impressions - I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa (1976)
18 - Kay Martin & Her Body Guards - Santa's Doing the Horizontal Twist
19 - The Goodies - Father Christmas, Do Not Touch (1974)
20 - Bob Rivers - The Little Hooters Girl (2002)
21 - Kay Martin & Her Body Guards - Hang Your Balls on the Christmas Tree
22 - Jimmy Butler - Trim Your Tree
23 - Pat Godwin - Christmas in Bed (1993)
24 - The Lancers - I Wanna Do More Than Whistle (Under The Mistletoe) (1954)
25 - Mae West - With Love From Me To You (1966)
26 - Renzo Cesana - I Bought You Violets
27 - Brian Setzer & Ann-Margret - Baby, It's Cold Outside (2002)
28 - Nancy Wilson - What Are You Doing New Year's Eve?

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I Want A Lotta Love For Christmas - Part 1 (Rapidshare)

I Want A Lotta Love For Christmas - Part 2 (Rapidshare)


I Want A Lotta Love For Christmas (Megaupload)

around 101 MB

Happy Holiday and more random thoughts!

I just wanted to wish everybody a happy holiday or for people not celebrating any holiday, a happy unspecified segment of time! I hope everybody has more enjoyment than they can stand (so much so that they end up going back to the stores and returning some after the holidays!).

And again, a special thanks to all the wonderful readers of this blog and to all the other bloggers who spread so much joy and happiness through their music and their spirit.

I probably won't be coming online again until after the New Year, so I wanted to let everyone know (though they'll probably think it's just the normal lull in the blog).

In the meantime, be sure to go to all the other excellent blogs in the link list or have fun hanging out in the Requests post for a while.

And I also wanted to say that I suspect that most readers of the blog skip wordy posts like this which I can totally understand. Who has time to read all this? But I like to make posts like this for my own enjoyment and for those other people who might get enjoyment from the non-music stuff on the blog (all 2 of you). I always think of the blog as being half music blog and half non-music blog. The non-music stuff is in some ways actually easier to produce than the musical side (though it often takes me forever to figure out what to say on these posts). I find it easier to type in stuff off the top of my head since it's marginally easier. Of course, that ends up being more verbose than if I planned these things more carefully.

That's also why I've been posting so many instrumental soundtracks on the blog. I bet people who come here think of it as a soundtrack blog, but I always think of it as place where I can post anything. But because I love soundtracks so much, I have so many of them, people have been making a lot of requests, and there are so many other soundtrack blogs out there that remind me of things I want to post, I end up posting a lot of instrumental soundtracks. And they're marginally easier for me to post since they tend to be homogenous. I don't have to fill in a lot of different composers or performers' names when I do the tags or file names. And since I don't have access to, Gracenote, iTunes, etc., I have to do all that stuff myself. Between the tagging, trimming, zipping, uploading, writing, etc., it can take a while.

It also occurs to me to mention that since I've been posting more instrumental soundtracks, the number and rate at which people download most of the files has actually dropped, but the traffic on the blog has gone dramatically up. Now obviously a lot of that has to do with the Requests post, but I also suspect that some of that increase has to do with the fact that people have been able to pigeonhole the blog much easier than they did before.

There was a period a while back when I ended up not posting anything for a week or two and when I came back I ended up posting a lot of movie-related material all in a row. That was around the time I posted Pennies From Heaven, the Soundtrack Gamut compilation, etc. After that, the traffic on the blog increased by about 200 visits per day more than what I had before. And before, I had a nice steady flow of blogs linking to me, but it had sort of plateaued. However, when I came back, all these blogs that had largely ignored me were suddenly linking to me. It was a strange phenomenon which I still have trouble accounting for, but I suspect that the reason for the sudden jump was the fact that people could now suddenly identify what the blog was about (or at least what they thought the blog was about). I think they pegged it as a place to get certain kind of material like vinyl soundtracks or movie-related material, etc.

But all of that was unintentional, of course. And then around the time I posted the Orphaned Film Songs compilation there seemed to be this inexplicable spike in downloads and visits. I would post something and by the time I refreshed my Rapidshare premium account file list, there would already be 5 or 10 downloads of some file! Then I would come back a couple of days later and that file would have 60 or 70 downloads! In comparison to the rate at which people downloaded before, that was an amazingly fast rate. It used to take a month or more before you'd get to those kind of numbers.

I still don't understand why people were visiting so much back then. In fact, as far as I can tell (since I can never tell the total number of downloads what with it being impossible to tell how many people use the second download option and all), the Orphaned Film Songs compilation has arguably the highest number of downloads on the whole blog. There may be a few of the older posts that have higher numbers, but that was before I had a premium account and I have no way of telling. I love that compilation, but I love all the compilations here and so it's still a mystery to me.

Then, when I posted the Inspector Clouseau album, I think people downloaded that one at the fastest rate I'd ever seen. The total number of Rapidshare downloads is still lower than on Orphaned Film Songs, but people downloaded it faster than anything I can think of on the blog. Still don't know why. It's a fantastic album, but so are a lot of the ones on here.

Then, right after that I ended up not posting anything for about a week and when I came back the number of downloads and the rate at which they were being downloaded had dramatically dropped. It was closer to what it had been when I started the blog. Some files would get maybe 20 or 30 downloads or they would take a much longer period to get the higher numbers.

And ever since then, the number of visits per day has gone dramatically up (somewhere over 3 times what it was before that first break), but the number of downloads still remains relatively low on some files. There's a bit of a Flowers For Algernon quality in that respect. It reminds me of the rate when I first started the blog. Now don't get me wrong. Many files get pretty decent numbers and they get there faster than when I first started, but it's still rather odd.

Because I love soundtracks, I always forget just how uniquely unpopular they are (in a relative sense). But if I were worried about popularity, the number of downloads my files get, or traffic on the blog, I would be posting rock or pop albums. I know if I were posting any other kind of music I would get more downloads. Or if I was posting more popular kinds of soundtracks, the numbers would be higher like they are on blogs that post lounge albums or horror, sci-fi, giallo, etc. soundtracks.

And even though it may not seem like it, what with the Requests post and all, most of the posts on this blog get maybe 2 or fewer people commenting on them. Only on certain anomalous posts do I get an extraordinary number of comments. It tends to be a feast or famine situation usually. It can be especially discouraging on things like compilations where you put a lot of work into them, they're your favorite things on the blog, you can't tell how many people download them, and maybe 1 person comments.

But I'm not usually bothered by it much except occasionally when I go to other blogs and see comments on a post from 15 or 16 different people. If I get more than, say, 4 different people commenting on any one post that's an unusually high number. Or if you notice on this blog, special posts where I ask a question or say something to the readers gets maybe 7 to 15 comments (if I'm lucky) whereas on other blogs they might get 40 or 50 comments. I suspect that if I ever ended this blog (which I hope won't be for a very, very long time) my last post would probably get 15-20 comments (as opposed to the 90-150 that I've seen on other blogs). I anticipate on this Happy Holidays post, for instance, I'll probably get 7 or 8 comments (not including my responses). But then I'm not a good judge. I thought I would only get 3 or 4 comments on the Requests post. Some things I thought were going to get a lot of response get nothing and some things like the Requests post go through the roof. Go figure.

[And by the way, since I brought it up, I always figured when it came time to end this blog I would always just leave it up but just not post or maintain anything (despite the fact that it already looks like that from time to time). That's the way people used to do it (way back in the Stone Age of last year). Now for some reason, people delete their blogs or kill all their links. It's kind of strange. I don't know why they don't just let the links die out naturally. There are still old-school bloggers who haven't bothered to take down their blogs even though they haven't updated them in a year and a half. I always figured I'd be like that. I'd leave all the posts up and let people download them until they expired from a natural death. And I'd wander in every 5 or 6 months and post something. But I digressed as usual. To get back to commenting on comments..................]

But in case you thought I was complaining about the lack of comments, I understand all the reasons (or at least most of them) for why those things happen. Having enjoyed other people's blogs for so long, I knew all those pitfalls when I started the blog. They're all the same reasons that I don't end up commenting much on other people's blogs. Lack of time (especially with so much text on this blog), not knowing what to say, not having anything to say about a particular post, etc. It's all very understandable why people don't comment as much (I just have to keep reminding myself of the reasons from time to time). And I certainly feel very lucky about the comments I do get since it's a lot more than other blogs get. And things like the Requests post certainly compensate, so I try not to be too discouraged by things like that because it seems kind of ridiculous to feel that way when the people who do comment are exceptionally nice. I would expect more trolling or flaming or at the very least more indifference, but people who come here seem to be unusually kind and complimentary. It's quite amazing. I suppose that's why I try not to take it for granted. And I'm sure people may be sick of me being overly effusive or redundant about it, but I always think it's worth noting.

But the people who do comment seem to be more enthusiastic and engaged than they were before which was exactly the kind of interactivity I was hoping for when I started the blog, so it's a trade-off I don't mind.

Paradoxically, I have much more traffic now (which creates more visibility and things like link-killing, etc.), but fewer downloads and comments than say if I were posting lounge or pop albums. If some of the link-killers actually bothered to look at the number of downloads on some of the files they were killing, they probably wouldn't have wasted their time!

And the feedback I do get from the people who do comment is so much more engaged than before (though the conversation was always lively from the regulars). Before (with the exception of the regulars), I got more random comments from people who grabbed certain things and then didn't come back much. Now it seems I get a wide array of people visiting (though some of the old regulars have drifted away). And when I post more non-soundtrack stuff the same thing will probably happen all over again, I suppose. Today's regulars will drift away when I start posting mostly Hawaiian slack-guitar music, but what can you do? I just blog the way I like and don't worry too much about the direction of the blog or about its popularity. My only concern would be alienating people who come here, but all you can do is post the stuff you like. And I guess if I were concerned with not alienating readers, I wouldn't write posts like this one that require retinal transplants after people are done reading them.

And that reminds me. Getting back to people skipping posts like this. I can tell that some people don't read them when they make comments about stuff that I've already addressed. Or that they don't go too far back into the archives when they request or post material that's already on here! But like I said, I don't mind too much. With so many blogs out there and so much stuff to go through on this blog alone, I can totally understand. I figure people can always skip over the stuff they're bored by and go straight to the music. But they may miss out on something interesting (or God forbid, important) on one of these kinds of posts. Well, to reward the diehard readers who actually wade through this morass of verbiage, I thought I'd put some Christmas presents on this post. If you look carefully, you should have fun finding them. Sort of Christmas and Easter rolled into one! Though don't get your hopes up too much. Some of the stuff you will probably already have and some you probably won't want (remember, I warned you), some are leftover links and a couple of things are posted specifically as a gift here, but enjoy it regardless and thanks again to all you guys who actually bother to read this stuff!

Well, I had a lot more stuff to say that would've been really interesting (well, mostly to me), but my brain has stopped functioning right now. Merry Christmas to all and Happy Holidays!!!

Sunday, December 17, 2006

The Bishop's Wife (1947) (Hugo Friedhofer)

These are my favorite kinds of movies (comedies, fantasies, etc.) though I love a lot of different types of movies, now that I think about it. This movie used to be a staple of annual TV broadcasting, but it doesn't get shown much in this area anymore (at least on free television). I'm not even sure if it gets shown on cable now, but this is the score to the Cary Grant / Loretta Young / David Niven comedy in which Grant plays an angel sent to help clergyman, David Niven. It was later (as opposed to earlier) remade as The Preacher's Wife with Denzel Washington and the happily unmarried Whitney Houston.

And I would've normally posted the scores to It's a Wonderful Life & Miracle on 34th Street, but those are in storage. Maybe next year (here's hoping the blog is still around by then!). [And if you hunt around, I'm sure somewhere else in the blogosphere somebody must be sharing those.]

This score brings back a lot of happy memories of the film. When I used to think of this film, I considered it to be in the second tier, so to speak, of the holiday films. Not quite in the It's A Wonderful Life category since it seemed slightly flawed to me, but it really ameliorated in my mind later on. Any movie that has all three of those stars in it automatically has a lot going for it.

Hearing tracks like 'Central Park' automatically makes me think of Cary Grant, Loretta Young, and James Gleason skating and brings a smile to my face. James Gleason is hilarious in that scene. And you can't beat Hugo Friedhofer.

Cozy up by a warm fire and enjoy this angelic music just in time for Christmas!

Track List:

The Bishop's Wife (1947) (Hugo Friedhofer) - 01 - Main Title
The Bishop's Wife (1947) (Hugo Friedhofer) - 02 - Professor and Julia
The Bishop's Wife (1947) (Hugo Friedhofer) - 03 - Professor and Dudley
The Bishop's Wife (1947) (Hugo Friedhofer) - 04 - Julia and Henry
The Bishop's Wife (1947) (Hugo Friedhofer) - 05 - Enter Dudley
The Bishop's Wife (1947) (Hugo Friedhofer) - 06 - Exit Dudley
The Bishop's Wife (1947) (Hugo Friedhofer) - 07 - Next Morning
The Bishop's Wife (1947) (Hugo Friedhofer) - 08 - Dudley Takes Over & The Miraculous Snowball
The Bishop's Wife (1947) (Hugo Friedhofer) - 09 - Matilda Materializes
The Bishop's Wife (1947) (Hugo Friedhofer) - 10 - Chez Michel
The Bishop's Wife (1947) (Hugo Friedhofer) - 11 - The Holy Bottle
The Bishop's Wife (1947) (Hugo Friedhofer) - 12 - David and the Lion
The Bishop's Wife (1947) (Hugo Friedhofer) - 13 - Taxi Cab & Dudley's Dirty Trick
The Bishop's Wife (1947) (Hugo Friedhofer) - 14 - Choir Rehearsal
The Bishop's Wife (1947) (Hugo Friedhofer) - 15 - The Hat and Sylvester
The Bishop's Wife (1947) (Hugo Friedhofer) - 16 - Sylvester Misses the Truck
The Bishop's Wife (1947) (Hugo Friedhofer) - 17 - Central Park
The Bishop's Wife (1947) (Hugo Friedhofer) - 18 - Dudley Vanishes
The Bishop's Wife (1947) (Hugo Friedhofer) - 19 - Julia and Debby
The Bishop's Wife (1947) (Hugo Friedhofer) - 20 - Sermon and Tree
The Bishop's Wife (1947) (Hugo Friedhofer) - 21 - Mrs. Hamilton & Lost April
The Bishop's Wife (1947) (Hugo Friedhofer) - 22 - The Bishop Considers
The Bishop's Wife (1947) (Hugo Friedhofer) - 23 - You Are a Man & Dudley and Julia
The Bishop's Wife (1947) (Hugo Friedhofer) - 24 - Dudley's Farewell
The Bishop's Wife (1947) (Hugo Friedhofer) - 25 - Reconciliation, Sermon & End Title, End Cast
The Bishop's Wife (1947) (Hugo Friedhofer) - 26 - Intermission Music

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The Bishop's Wife (Rapidshare)

The Bishop's Wife (Filesend)

around 78 MB

All I Want For Christmas (1991) (Various, Bruce Broughton)

Want some more Bruce Broughton for Christmas? I know I can always use more Bruce Broughton. This is the song / score soundtrack to the Thora Birch / Lauren Bacall 'comedy'.


Track List:

All I Want For Christmas (1991) (Bruce Broughton) - 01 - Stephen Bishop - All I Want
All I Want For Christmas (1991) (Bruce Broughton) - 02 - Bob Gulley - Under The Christmas Tree
All I Want For Christmas (1991) (Bruce Broughton) - 03 - Lloyd Price - Stagger Lee
All I Want For Christmas (1991) (Bruce Broughton) - 04 - The Coasters - Yakety Yak
All I Want For Christmas (1991) (Bruce Broughton) - 05 - K.M.C. Kru - She's My Cutie
All I Want For Christmas (1991) (Bruce Broughton) - 06 - Santo & Johnny - Sleep Walk
All I Want For Christmas (1991) (Bruce Broughton) - 07 - Going To Macy's
All I Want For Christmas (1991) (Bruce Broughton) - 08 - The Snowball Ploy
All I Want For Christmas (1991) (Bruce Broughton) - 09 - The Christmas Gift
All I Want For Christmas (1991) (Bruce Broughton) - 10 - Tony In The Truck
All I Want For Christmas (1991) (Bruce Broughton) - 11 - Playing In The Snow
All I Want For Christmas (1991) (Bruce Broughton) - 12 - Thank You, Santa!

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All I Want For Christmas (Rapidshare)

All I Want For Christmas (Megaupload)

around 49 MB

Mrs. Santa Claus (1996 TV Cast) (Jerry Herman)

Well, in honor of the season, I thought I'd post this. It's hard to think of something related to Christmas that hasn't be posted everywhere else, but I thought somebody might enjoy this (I know I do). As far as I know, this is hard to find anywhere anymore, but it may have been re-released by now. And you can't really beat Jerry Herman.

And you know, it's funny. It occurs to me that the name Angela Lansbury shows up an awful lot on the blog, but it's really just a coincidence.

Enjoy this (as far as I know) hard-to-get musical soundtrack to the TV-movie!

Track List:

Mrs. Santa Claus (TV) - 01 - Orchestra - Overture
Mrs. Santa Claus (TV) - 02 - Cast - Seven Days 'Til Christmas
Mrs. Santa Claus (TV) - 03 - Angela Lansbury - Mrs. Santa Claus
Mrs. Santa Claus (TV) - 04 - Cast - Avenue A
Mrs. Santa Claus (TV) - 05 - Angela Lansbury - Avenue A (Reprise)
Mrs. Santa Claus (TV) - 06 - Terrence Mann - A Tavish Toy
Mrs. Santa Claus (TV) - 07 - Angela Lansbury - Almost Young
Mrs. Santa Claus (TV) - 08 - Angela Lansbury & Chorus - Almost Young (Reprise)
Mrs. Santa Claus (TV) - 09 - Angela Lansbury, Linda Kerns, Grace Keagy, Cast - Suffragette March
Mrs. Santa Claus (TV) - 10 - Debra Wiseman & David Norona - We Don't Go Together At All
Mrs. Santa Claus (TV) - 11 - Angela Lansbury, Cast - Whistle
Mrs. Santa Claus (TV) - 12 - Charles Durning - Dear Mrs. Santa Claus
Mrs. Santa Claus (TV) - 13 - Angela Lansbury, Cast - Whistle (Reprise)
Mrs. Santa Claus (TV) - 14 - Angela Lansbury - He Needs Me
Mrs. Santa Claus (TV) - 15 - Charles Durning, Angela Lansbury, & Chorus - The Best Christmas Of All

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Mrs. Santa Claus (Rapidshare)

Mrs. Santa Claus (Filesend)

around 38 MB

@ 128 Kbps

By Request - Taras Bulba (1962) (Franz Waxman)

'Isbum' made another great request. I already posted it in the comments section of the Request post, but I thought I'd turn it into a regular post. It's to the Yul Brynner / Tony Curtis cossack movie. This is one of my favorite Franz Waxman scores. If you want action and lyricism, this is the score for you. It's fantastic! In fact, it was nominated for an Academy Award and was beaten out by Maurice Jarre's score to Lawrence of Arabia. If you have to lose, that's a good one to lose to, but that should give you an idea of how good this score is. Enjoy!

Track List:

Taras Bulba (1962) (Franz Waxman) - 01 - Overture
Taras Bulba (1962) (Franz Waxman) - 02 - The Birth of Andrei
Taras Bulba (1962) (Franz Waxman) - 03 - The Sleighride
Taras Bulba (1962) (Franz Waxman) - 04 - Chase at Night
Taras Bulba (1962) (Franz Waxman) - 05 - No Retreat
Taras Bulba (1962) (Franz Waxman) - 06 - Leaving Home
Taras Bulba (1962) (Franz Waxman) - 07 - The Ride to Dubno
Taras Bulba (1962) (Franz Waxman) - 08 - The Wishing Star - Theme from Taras Bulba (Vocal) - Chorus
Taras Bulba (1962) (Franz Waxman) - 09 - The Black Plague
Taras Bulba (1962) (Franz Waxman) - 10 - Taras' Pledge
Taras Bulba (1962) (Franz Waxman) - 11 - The Battle of Dubno & Finale

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Taras Bulba (Rapidshare)

Taras Bulba (Megaupload)

around 63 MB

By Request - Bananas (1971) (Marvin Hamlisch)

'RT' requested the soundtrack to this Woody Allen movie and so here's a laserdisc rip of it. I love 'Quiero La Noche' (which you may remember from my 'Orphaned Film Songs' compilation....yes, I know, you don't care) which is a reworking of 'Cause I Believe in Loving' used in the end titles (or really, the other way round). Both versions are very memorable. This is such a fun listen.

When Marvin Hamlisch isn't winning Oscars, I guess he's winning Tonys, but I don't think he's done either for quite some time.

And I guess this can be considered a Christmas post since I imagine a lot of people are going Bananas around this time of year. We could all probably use a good laugh amidst all the stress!

P.S. This also fulfills Werther's blanket request for Woody Allen scores.

Enjoy everybody!

Track List:

Bananas (1971) (Marvin Hamlisch) - 01 - Main Title [incl. 'Quiero La Noche' - The Yomo Toro Trio]
Bananas (1971) (Marvin Hamlisch) - 02 - Porno (contains dialogue)
Bananas (1971) (Marvin Hamlisch) - 03 - The Muggers & The Good Citizen
Bananas (1971) (Marvin Hamlisch) - 04 - A Whirlwind Romance
Bananas (1971) (Marvin Hamlisch) - 05 - A Religious Dream
Bananas (1971) (Marvin Hamlisch) - 06 - Off to San Marcos
Bananas (1971) (Marvin Hamlisch) - 07 - Revolutionaries
Bananas (1971) (Marvin Hamlisch) - 08 - Training
Bananas (1971) (Marvin Hamlisch) - 09 - Survival
Bananas (1971) (Marvin Hamlisch) - 10 - Kidnap
Bananas (1971) (Marvin Hamlisch) - 11 - The Victory
Bananas (1971) (Marvin Hamlisch) - 12 - Back in the USA - A Chance Meeting
Bananas (1971) (Marvin Hamlisch) - 13 - Miss America Sings - The TV Ad
Bananas (1971) (Marvin Hamlisch) - 14 - Finale - End Titles [incl. 'Cause I Believe In Loving' - Jake Holmes]

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Bananas (Megaupload)

Bananas (Another Megaupload)

around 34 MB

Misc. Tracks - A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Quiet Modesty

Here are some miscellaneous tracks to fulfill requests, etc. I was going to post them individually, but I thought I'd save everybody the trouble of downloading single files and so I stuck them all in one handy-dandy rar file.

- 'Toby Roan' mentioned in the comments of The Quiet Man post that track #10 of that score was missing. I haven't had the chance to try and download it to see, but the original rar file was complete as far as I know. I've included track #10 (I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen (instr.)) anyway, in case anybody else had that problem. Update: I redownloaded it from the original post and Track #10 seems to be fine, but here it is anyway just in case.

- 'Fatty Jubbo' of Cake & Polka Parade was wondering if I had 'A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum' since he had a hankering to hear 'Comedy Tonight' again. I responded that I did, but it was only when I got home and had pulled the track did it occur to me that he probably meant the film soundtrack and not the Broadway show and that he probably wanted the whole soundtrack and not just 'Comedy Tonight'. Well, I didn't have the whole film soundtrack (hint, hint.....maybe some kind person out there has it), but I thought to tide him over until it shows up I'd post a few stage versions for his (and anybody else who likes to laugh) listening pleasure.

I did have the film version of the song too (on tape), but for some reason I can't find it anywhere here. And I would've liked to put up the Frankie Howerd version as well, but that one's in storage. Well, this should be more than enough comedy though to satisfy even the most dour sourpuss at Christmas time!

- And 'Anonymous' asked for track #16 of the Modesty Blaise soundtrack to replace a damaged one from Orgy in Rhythm. I already posted it on the Requests post comment section, but he may have missed it, so I thought I'd put it up here too. It's not the same version as Orgy's, so I don't know if it's at a different bitrate, etc.

So, for everyone else, if you feel like a beautiful Irish folk tune, more Comedy than you can handle, or Monica Vitti & Terence Stamp singing a duet, enjoy!

Track List:

The Quiet Man - 10 - I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen
A Funny Thing... (1962 OBC) - Zero Mostel & Cast - Comedy Tonight
A Funny Thing... (1996 ROBC) - Nathan Lane & Cast - Comedy Tonight
Jerome Robbins' Broadway (1989 OBC) - Jason Alexander & Cast - Comedy Tonight
Modesty Blaise (1966) (Johnny Dankworth) - 16 - The Sheik To The Rescue ! [Monica Vitti & Terence Stamp]

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Misc. Tracks (Rapidshare)

Misc. Tracks (Filesend)

around 36 MB

Daktari (1968 TV) (Shelly Manne)

Daktari! Daktari! Every once in a while, for some reason, I just feel like saying that. Here is the soundtrack to the 1966-1969 TV show about a doctor (daktari) played by Marshall Thompson working in Africa (a.k.a. southern Los Angeles). Can you expect a fun, jazzy album from Shelly Manne? Probably. Enjoy!

Track List:

Daktari (1968) (Shelly Manne) - 01 - Daktari
Daktari (1968) (Shelly Manne) - 02 - Out on a Limb
Daktari (1968) (Shelly Manne) - 03 - Clarence
Daktari (1968) (Shelly Manne) - 04 - Africa
Daktari (1968) (Shelly Manne) - 05 - Stay With Me
Daktari (1968) (Shelly Manne) - 06 - Elephantime
Daktari (1968) (Shelly Manne) - 07 - Wameru
Daktari (1968) (Shelly Manne) - 08 - Toto
Daktari (1968) (Shelly Manne) - 09 - Galloping Giraffes
Daktari (1968) (Shelly Manne) - 10 - Judy Judy
Daktari (1968) (Shelly Manne) - 11 - Ivan
Daktari (1968) (Shelly Manne) - 12 - Rhino Trot

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Daktari (Megaupload)

Daktari (Filesend)

around 25 MB

Sunday, December 10, 2006

Some Things I Wanted To Mention

Okay, this picture has nothing to do with the post, but I just thought I'd put it up. :))

I'm fairly behind, but don't worry. Any requests anybody has made anywhere on the blog will go up at the Requests post (eventually). It may take me a while, but they will all make it there. And even if I haven't had the chance to respond to all the comments yet, I read all of them (just in case you thought any of them were ignored) and I will respond to all of them (no matter how long it takes!). :)))


- Is there a better way of navigating Opera blogs? I do it, but it's always mighty hard for me to save those archive pages the way I do it. It takes forever to go through the pages. Am I missing something or is there a better way? Is there any way to download all the pages (not the files, but the blog pages) at once or do you have to go through 30 plus pages, one at a time, like I do?

- Is there an alternative to Rapidget that I'm missing? I can't use download accelerators since I can't install that kind of software on other computers, but Rapidget used to be perfect for me to use. Is there a better way that I'm missing? Is trying to drive me away? (Okay, that last one was a rhetorical question.)

[Those two things alone get me incredibly behind on great blogs like XYZ's CosmoBlog, to name just one.]

And some things to be aware of:

.....Check out Soundz's (it's going to take me some getting used to saying that) new blog: Bingo Pop
- for those lamenting the absence of PS, here's hoping for a long and healthy stay for Bingo Pop!!

......Check out Evidence of Intelligence, for 'Progressive rock (classic progressive, or bands inspired by Genesis, Camel, Pink Floyd, Yes, ELP, etc.)' per Mickey's recommendation. Drop some kind words of encouragement, if you're so inclined.

......I didn't get to mention it before, but PixelMutt is back with the occasional post of great sonic collections. You can't keep a good man down!

.......Same goes for Mr. Lucky at Cineville. It's nice to have him back!

........And Skinny Robbie and Pastor McPurvis, now that I think about it!

.......And it seems kind of a shame, but Ill Folks has switched to primarily single tracks since it's easier to re-upload those when they die out. I'll miss the larger compilations!

.......And check out the re-uploads here. I would've put the name down, but as soon as you do that, it probably starts showing up on all the bad guys' Google & blog searches.

........And now that I think about it, I never applauded all those bloggers who bounced back after their blogs shut down (usually after being attacked). So here's to The House of Colonel Angus (who still seems to be under attack) [nee Psychoplasmica], The Slaughtered Lamb, Soundtrack(s) Lover, and The Dust Strikes Back [nee Dust To Dust]. We all salute you for your perseverance and thank you for giving all of us that wonderful music!

........and for no other reason than they were on my mind, if you haven't visited them lately, visit Stax O' Wax for some great material, Abstract Fidelity for some random tours through the radio dial, KaBluie's Blog for some great movie-related tracks, Linear Style for some interesting mixes, and as always just go over to Licorice Pizza & Lazar's Lounge just because they exist. No other reason needed than that, really. Well, that goes for Rangeraver, 7 Black Notes, Rare & OOP, Way Out Junk, ........uhhh, somebody stop me!!!!

Go to all these places for great stuff!!

And go here quick, there may be a limited shelf life!:

......The Bumblebee is back for one month only. Telstar Ted has revived his blog, but only until January 1st at which time he'll shut it down again and delete the posts. Go there quick!: L.S. Bumblebee

......Lounge Tracks is back with some great Christmas music! Don't know how long he's back, but any amount of time is most welcome!

Welcome back guys!! We missed you! :)))

And don't forget to check out the link list for more great new (and not so new) blogs and the 'Want Some Soundtracks?' post for any new soundtrack blogs! :))))

And let me know if I forgot anybody. It's so hard to keep up nowadays!

P.S. Things I worry about and failed to mention before:

- I haven't seen a recent update from Bullseye lately. Hope he's okay! (Same thing goes for Hall of Records, Legends of Mythodean, Locnar13's Movie Grooves, and The Mountains of Madness, now that I think about it!)
- Hope Caesar Tjalbo is feeling better. My thoughts are with you and I know how you feel! (I don't think he knows this blog exists, but I still wanted to mention it.)
- Which also reminds me of the health (& sundry) issues of April Winchell, Hamhead at Hamhead's Cellar, & Lobstar at Copy, Right? They seem to be more or less okay right now, but still I worry.
- I miss Ibiza's Music now that it's shut down (well, except for a couple of old archive pages). Deleters took another one down. :((((( And what's even sadder is that I was only able to work my way up through part of the June archives before it happened!
- And what happened to JazzNotes anyway? I know he's fine from the comment he left here, but it's always a shame when great blogs go down.
- And while I'm thinking about it, what's happened to SteMc and his Scores of Scores (and the forums)? It's always a shame when forums (or blogs, for that matter) get shut down.

- And lastly, here's to all those bloggers currently under attack by deleters, et al. There certainly seem to be a lot of them lately. It come in waves, it seems. Don't let it get you down, guys!!

Whew! I had more to say than I thought. :))

Sunday, December 03, 2006

Black Mama, White Mama (1972 OST) (Harry Betts)

Here's a nice short funky / jazzy (well, I don't know can decide for yourself) soundtrack that I've been meaning to put up for a while. It's to the 1972 movie about a black mama and, I think, a white mama. It tends to remind me a little of Lalo Schifrin or Jerry Fielding. Well, I'm bad at comparisons. Enjoy!

P.S. also known as 'Women in Chains'. I would've never guessed from the poster. How can you resist listening to this?

Track List:

Black Mama, White Mama (1972) (Harry Betts) - 01 - Main Title - Bus Ride
Black Mama, White Mama (1972) (Harry Betts) - 02 - Follow Me
Black Mama, White Mama (1972) (Harry Betts) - 03 - Day In The Oven
Black Mama, White Mama (1972) (Harry Betts) - 04 - Ambush
Black Mama, White Mama (1972) (Harry Betts) - 05 - Girls Exit Oven
Black Mama, White Mama (1972) (Harry Betts) - 06 - Bus Stop
Black Mama, White Mama (1972) (Harry Betts) - 07 - Police Check Point
Black Mama, White Mama (1972) (Harry Betts) - 08 - Luis' Work Shed
Black Mama, White Mama (1972) (Harry Betts) - 09 - Bloodhounds
Black Mama, White Mama (1972) (Harry Betts) - 10 - Challenge And Battle
Black Mama, White Mama (1972) (Harry Betts) - 11 - Ambush - Escape & Roundup
Black Mama, White Mama (1972) (Harry Betts) - 12 - End Credits

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Black Mama, White Mama (Rapidshare)

Black Mama, White Mama (Megaupload)

around 35 MB

@ 224 Kbps

Cyrano De Bergerac (1990) (Jean-Claude Petit)

'Werther' requested this score and here it is! I like Jean-Claude Petit though I don't think I have that much from him. Whenever I think of his name though, I associate it with good composing.

This is the Gerard Depardieu adaptation of the character from the famous play by Edmund Rostand. Or it could be a Disney adaptation of a Tennessee Williams play, I'm not sure. Either way, enjoy!

Track List:

Cyrano De Bergerac (1990) (Jean-Claude Petit) - 01 - Cyrano
Cyrano De Bergerac (1990) (Jean-Claude Petit) - 02 - The Chandeliers
Cyrano De Bergerac (1990) (Jean-Claude Petit) - 03 - The Magic Lantern
Cyrano De Bergerac (1990) (Jean-Claude Petit) - 04 - The Duel
Cyrano De Bergerac (1990) (Jean-Claude Petit) - 05 - The Gate Of Nesle
Cyrano De Bergerac (1990) (Jean-Claude Petit) - 06 - Roxane
Cyrano De Bergerac (1990) (Jean-Claude Petit) - 07 - No, Thank You
Cyrano De Bergerac (1990) (Jean-Claude Petit) - 08 - The Letters
Cyrano De Bergerac (1990) (Jean-Claude Petit) - 09 - The Count's Visit
Cyrano De Bergerac (1990) (Jean-Claude Petit) - 10 - The Marriage
Cyrano De Bergerac (1990) (Jean-Claude Petit) - 11 - The Lute
Cyrano De Bergerac (1990) (Jean-Claude Petit) - 12 - The Affected Young Ladies
Cyrano De Bergerac (1990) (Jean-Claude Petit) - 13 - Cyrano's Declaration
Cyrano De Bergerac (1990) (Jean-Claude Petit) - 14 - The Mad Man
Cyrano De Bergerac (1990) (Jean-Claude Petit) - 15 - The Fife
Cyrano De Bergerac (1990) (Jean-Claude Petit) - 16 - Arrival Of Roxane
Cyrano De Bergerac (1990) (Jean-Claude Petit) - 17 - The Spaniards' Mass
Cyrano De Bergerac (1990) (Jean-Claude Petit) - 18 - Death Of Christian
Cyrano De Bergerac (1990) (Jean-Claude Petit) - 19 - Song Of The Nuns
Cyrano De Bergerac (1990) (Jean-Claude Petit) - 20 - The Revelation
Cyrano De Bergerac (1990) (Jean-Claude Petit) - 21 - Death Of Cyrano
Cyrano De Bergerac (1990) (Jean-Claude Petit) - 22 - End Titles

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Cyrano De Bergerac (Rapidshare)

Cyrano De Bergerac (Filesend)

around 71 MB

Who Is Killing The Great Chefs Of Europe? (1978) (Henry Mancini)

I haven't put up anything by Mancini in a while so I thought I'd put this up. Well, most of the Mancini albums have been posted all over the net, so there aren't that many left that I could put up anyway, now that I think about it. There are some of his more recent albums, but to be honest, some of those are a little disappointing. But I think it was just the fact that he was constrained to compose in a different style from his earlier movies and albums.

By the time he hit the 1980's & '90's, he couldn't orchestrate a movie in the way he could in the 1960's because of the different demand of the films and the changing style of music, and I think that was one of his great strengths as a composer. And as much as it pains me to say, he seemed to lose that knack to compose really memorable melodies in some of his later films, but maybe I'm judging him too harshly. He seemed to do it so easily with one hit after another in the 60's that you feel a little disappointed when the later scores don't live up to that standard.

But this score from 1978 is a really good one. It's to the Jacqueline Bisset / George Segal comedy mystery (a.k.a. 'Someone Is Killing The Great Chefs of Europe' or 'Too Many Chefs'). I think you'll like it.

Now that I think about it, some of the blogs who were sharing Mancini have gone away, like Ibiza (though if you hurry you can still get them over there, I think), so it might be legitimate to make some of them available again. Hmmm, I'll have to think about that.

Well, anyway enjoy this nice score!

Track List:

01 - Main Title
02 - Well Done Louis
03 - Pesce!
04 - Bombe Richelieu (Natasha's Theme)
05 - Italian Soup
06 - They Hang Chefs, Don't They
07 - Bombes Away / Natasha In Venice
08 - Natasha's Theme
09 - The Moveable Feast
10 - Late Night Call / The Gathering
11 - Fiery Finale
12 - The Final Feast
13 - The Confession
14 - End Title (Natasha's Theme)

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Who's Killing The Great Chefs Of Europe? (Rapidshare)

Who's Killing The Great Chefs Of Europe? (Filesend)

around 53 MB

@ 224 Kbps

A Time Of Destiny (1988) (Ennio Morricone)

A gorgeous score by a master to the William Hurt / Timothy Hutton drama. Well, is gorgeous the right word? I'm not sure. Well, listen to it and decide for yourself. Melodic, maybe? I don't know. I seem to be adjective-deficient right now. Enjoy!

Track List:

A Time Of Destiny (1988) (Ennio Morricone) - 01 - Forgiveness
A Time Of Destiny (1988) (Ennio Morricone) - 02 - The Daughter
A Time Of Destiny (1988) (Ennio Morricone) - 03 - Heroes
A Time Of Destiny (1988) (Ennio Morricone) - 04 - The Storm
A Time Of Destiny (1988) (Ennio Morricone) - 05 - Jorge
A Time Of Destiny (1988) (Ennio Morricone) - 06 - The Letter
A Time Of Destiny (1988) (Ennio Morricone) - 07 - For Josie
A Time Of Destiny (1988) (Ennio Morricone) - 08 - The Night Patrol
A Time Of Destiny (1988) (Ennio Morricone) - 09 - Rifac: The Storm II
A Time Of Destiny (1988) (Ennio Morricone) - 10 - Lunga: The Home And The Land
A Time Of Destiny (1988) (Ennio Morricone) - 11 - Brotherhood
A Time Of Destiny (1988) (Ennio Morricone) - 12 - Jack: A Soldier's Prayer
A Time Of Destiny (1988) (Ennio Morricone) - 13 - Dies Irae: The Bell Tower
A Time Of Destiny (1988) (Ennio Morricone) - 14 - Martin
A Time Of Destiny (1988) (Ennio Morricone) - 15 - Love And Dreams
A Time Of Destiny (1988) (Ennio Morricone) - 16 - In Life And Death
A Time Of Destiny (1988) (Ennio Morricone) - 17 - Destiny
A Time Of Destiny (1988) (Ennio Morricone) - 18 - Awake

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A Time Of Destiny (Rapidshare)

A Time Of Destiny (Filesend)

around 62 MB

Auntie Mame (1958) (Bronislau Kaper)

Another score by a great composer. This comedy is the film adaptation of the stage play based on the book (or some variation of that) starring Rosalind Russell. And then, of course, it was turned into a stage musical with Angela Lansbury which was then turned back into a film musical starring Lucille Ball. The next step may be a video game.

This is one of those rare movies that, having been so closely adapted into a musical, when you watch the film again, you almost feel there should be songs. I have that same reaction when I watch Pygmalion.

Bronislau Kaper composed the music for such movies as The Swan, Lili, Them, Gaslight, and many other pictures that had more than one word in their titles.

Enjoy (that's an order)!

Track List:

Auntie Mame (1958) (Bronislau Kaper) - 01 - Prelude and Theme
Auntie Mame (1958) (Bronislau Kaper) - 02 - Patrick
Auntie Mame (1958) (Bronislau Kaper) - 03 - The Martini
Auntie Mame (1958) (Bronislau Kaper) - 04 - Lady Iris
Auntie Mame (1958) (Bronislau Kaper) - 05 - Plantation and Fox Hunt
Auntie Mame (1958) (Bronislau Kaper) - 06 - Mame Goes Abroad
Auntie Mame (1958) (Bronislau Kaper) - 07 - Auntie Mame
Auntie Mame (1958) (Bronislau Kaper) - 08 - Miss Gooch and Finale

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Auntie Mame (Rapidshare)

Auntie Mame (Filesend)

around 32 MB

Sylvia (1965) (David Raksin)

I don't think I've ever seen this Carroll Baker drama, but I wanted to put up some music by David Raksin (besides 'Laura'). It seems to me that David Raksin passed away a few years ago and it's always sad to lose these giants of film scoring. His film output was smaller than most probably, but it seems to me that he more than made up for it in his scholarly pursuits.

Let's see.....he scored such movies as The Bad and The Beautiful, A Big Hand For The Little Lady, Will Penny, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, and other films that I can't remember. He also arranged Charlie Chaplin's score to Modern Times. He did a lot of other impressive things that I can't quite remember off the top of my head. But I suppose he may be best known for composing the score (and that haunting theme) to the film, Laura. Well, that pretty much exhausts my ability to discuss this post. Enjoy!

Track List:

Sylvia (1965) (David Raksin) - 01 - Main Title - Sylvia - [Vocal]
Sylvia (1965) (David Raksin) - 02 - Danzon
Sylvia (1965) (David Raksin) - 03 - Those Bad Old Days
Sylvia (1965) (David Raksin) - 04 - How Shall We Begin
Sylvia (1965) (David Raksin) - 05 - Rim Shot Heard 'Round the World
Sylvia (1965) (David Raksin) - 06 - Too Late Blues - [not used in film]
Sylvia (1965) (David Raksin) - 07 - Ciudad de Mexico
Sylvia (1965) (David Raksin) - 08 - Sylvia
Sylvia (1965) (David Raksin) - 09 - Something Like That
Sylvia (1965) (David Raksin) - 10 - Blues for Tomorrow
Sylvia (1965) (David Raksin) - 11 - End Title

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Sylvia (Rapidshare)

Sylvia (Filesend)

around 54 MB

@ 224 Kbps

The Russians are Coming, The Russians are Coming (1966) (Johnny Mandel)

Another favorite movie with a score by a favorite composer. Perhaps calling something favorite so many times tends to make it lose its meaning, but you can't really fight the truth. This is the fun score to the Carl Reiner / Alan Arkin Cold War satire.

When you write so many of these posts in a row, you start to run out of things to say (which I'm sure you find hard to believe judging from the blog). It's only when I look at the posts on the blog or when I read other blogs that I think I should probably talk more about the music or the movies, but I frankly don't know what to say. I'm sure the Internet Movie Database or half a dozen other sites and blogs can give you a better description of the movie than I can. And when I try and think of something to say about the music, it's a little bit like trying to describe the color green to somebody. I suppose you could talk about the technical aspects like its wavelength or its degree of darkness. Or you could discuss it in poetic terms - how it affects you emotionally. If I had to blog about the color green, I probably would just end up saying it's green. Enjoy!

Track List:

01 - Main Titles
02 - The Shining Sea (Vocal)
03 - Hop Along
04 - Volga Boat Song
05 - Escorts Away
06 - The Shining Sea (Instrumental)
07 - Sailors Chorus
08 - Tipperary
09 - The Airport
10 - End Titles

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The Russians are Coming, the Russians are Coming (Rapidshare)

The Russians are Coming, the Russians are Coming (Filesend)

around 49 MB

@ 320 Kbps

The Apartment (1960) (Adolph Deutsch)

Here's another score it never occurred to me to post. It seemed a little like posting The Pink Panther or Topkapi - ones that people would already have. I kept waiting for it to show up somewhere else, but since it hasn't as far as I can remember and since I'm trying not to take these for granted, I thought I'd post it. Not everybody can get everything, so there may be some people who want it but don't have it. Or have it on LP, but can't listen to it anymore and want a nice digital copy. Or want to humor me by downloading a great score to a favorite movie of mine.

Maybe 46 years is long enough so that this isn't as common as I think it is. No, it's probably still pretty common. Well, it's funny. It makes you think of all the CD's you take for granted now that are in every bargain bin, but may eventually become scarce before we know it.

Well, enjoy this score to the Billy Wilder Jack Lemmon / Shirley MacLaine comedy-drama!

Track List:

The Apartment (1960) (Adolph Deutsch) - 01 - Main Title - Theme from 'The Apartment'
The Apartment (1960) (Adolph Deutsch) - 02 - Lonely Room
The Apartment (1960) (Adolph Deutsch) - 03 - Where Are You Fran?
The Apartment (1960) (Adolph Deutsch) - 04 - Ring A Ding Ding
The Apartment (1960) (Adolph Deutsch) - 05 - So Fouled Up
The Apartment (1960) (Adolph Deutsch) - 06 - Tavern In Town
The Apartment (1960) (Adolph Deutsch) - 07 - Hong Kong Blues
The Apartment (1960) (Adolph Deutsch) - 08 - Theme From 'The Apartment'
The Apartment (1960) (Adolph Deutsch) - 09 - Career March
The Apartment (1960) (Adolph Deutsch) - 10 - Blue Christmas
The Apartment (1960) (Adolph Deutsch) - 11 - Kicked In The Head
The Apartment (1960) (Adolph Deutsch) - 12 - Little Brown Jug
The Apartment (1960) (Adolph Deutsch) - 13 - Office Workers (They Want You Upstairs)

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The Apartment (Rapidshare)

The Apartment (Filesend)

around 41 MB

Baby's Day Out (1994) (Bruce Broughton)

Here is another one of those scores that I always thought I would post, but am only now getting around to it. When I first started the blog, there were a lot of scores I thought I was going to post eventually, like Krull, *batteries not included, Return to Oz, etc., but those were all posted on other blogs at one point or another. So I sort of forgot about posting some of these scores figuring that they had all been posted before, but I realized I hadn't posted this one yet, so here it is!

Bruce Broughton is another composer that I love and this is another score that I enjoy. And maybe I should I rename the blog, 'States the Obvious'. As you would expect from this type of movie, the score has what I guess is called Mickey Mousing, though I don't really like that term. It seems to me that most film scoring is basically Mickey Mousing, just in varying degrees. I suppose that term is really meant to describe exaggeration and emphasizing every action with musical accompaniment, but I still enjoy it.

And I remember a time before file-sharing when this score, along with a whole host of others, was considered the Holy Grail for collectors. It was all those out-of-print or hard-to-get CD's & promos like Rescuers Down Under, Wind, Cherry 2000, The Witches of Eastwick, Willow, etc. that were fetching huge prices in auctions and sales. But after the advent of file-sharing and later blogging and various re-releases, I can't think of anything that used to be considered rare that isn't readily available somewhere. It makes me think that all the ones people consider rare now will eventually get passed around and won't be so sought after in the near future. I suspect that the only things that will be hard to get will be the things on vinyl or the ones that only a few people have and that only a few other people want. Well, the part about only a few other people wanting it kind of reminds me of this blog.

Well, enjoy this fun score!

Track List:

Baby's Day Out (1994) (Bruce Broughton) - 01 - Main Title
Baby's Day Out (1994) (Bruce Broughton) - 02 - The Boo Boo Book
Baby's Day Out (1994) (Bruce Broughton) - 03 - The Department Store
Baby's Day Out (1994) (Bruce Broughton) - 04 - Not Baby Bink
Baby's Day Out (1994) (Bruce Broughton) - 05 - The Fat Lady
Baby's Day Out (1994) (Bruce Broughton) - 06 - Street Crossing
Baby's Day Out (1994) (Bruce Broughton) - 07 - Shoestrings
Baby's Day Out (1994) (Bruce Broughton) - 08 - The Mop
Baby's Day Out (1994) (Bruce Broughton) - 09 - Up In Arms
Baby's Day Out (1994) (Bruce Broughton) - 10 - In The Nursery
Baby's Day Out (1994) (Bruce Broughton) - 11 - Summer Barbecue
Baby's Day Out (1994) (Bruce Broughton) - 12 - The Construction Site
Baby's Day Out (1994) (Bruce Broughton) - 13 - There He Goes!
Baby's Day Out (1994) (Bruce Broughton) - 14 - Veeko And The Elevator
Baby's Day Out (1994) (Bruce Broughton) - 15 - Quitting Time
Baby's Day Out (1994) (Bruce Broughton) - 16 - I Know Where He Is
Baby's Day Out (1994) (Bruce Broughton) - 17 - The End Of The Story

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Baby's Day Out (Rapidshare)

Baby's Day Out (Filesend)

around 56 MB

A Place in the Sun (1951) (Franz Waxman)

Here's another score I've been wanting to put up by another favorite composer. It's to the classic Elizabeth Taylor / Montgomery Clift film adaptation of Theodore Dreiser's 'An American Tragedy'. Another score with a memorable theme that stays with you especially if you've seen the film. If you look around on the blog, you should find more by Franz Waxman. I can't think of anything else to say. Enjoy!

Track List:

A Place in the Sun (1951) (Franz Waxman) - 01 - Main Title
A Place in the Sun (1951) (Franz Waxman) - 02 - The Check-New Suit
A Place in the Sun (1951) (Franz Waxman) - 03 - Working
A Place in the Sun (1951) (Franz Waxman) - 04 - Angela
A Place in the Sun (1951) (Franz Waxman) - 05 - The Dance (original version)
A Place in the Sun (1951) (Franz Waxman) - 06 - The Dance (rewritten version)
A Place in the Sun (1951) (Franz Waxman) - 07 - Doctor's Office
A Place in the Sun (1951) (Franz Waxman) - 08 - Angela Arrives (original version)
A Place in the Sun (1951) (Franz Waxman) - 09 - Angela Arrives (rewritten version)
A Place in the Sun (1951) (Franz Waxman) - 10 - Swimming
A Place in the Sun (1951) (Franz Waxman) - 11 - Picture in the Newspaper
A Place in the Sun (1951) (Franz Waxman) - 12 - Closed for Labor Day
A Place in the Sun (1951) (Franz Waxman) - 13 - The Lake
A Place in the Sun (1951) (Franz Waxman) - 14 - Rowing Out
A Place in the Sun (1951) (Franz Waxman) - 15 - Tension
A Place in the Sun (1951) (Franz Waxman) - 16 - The Darkness
A Place in the Sun (1951) (Franz Waxman) - 17 - The Drowning
A Place in the Sun (1951) (Franz Waxman) - 18 - Return to Angela
A Place in the Sun (1951) (Franz Waxman) - 19 - The Gang
A Place in the Sun (1951) (Franz Waxman) - 20 - Peace in the Car
A Place in the Sun (1951) (Franz Waxman) - 21 - Farewell (original version) & Pursuit
A Place in the Sun (1951) (Franz Waxman) - 22 - Farewell (rewritten version)
A Place in the Sun (1951) (Franz Waxman) - 23 - Angela Faints
A Place in the Sun (1951) (Franz Waxman) - 24 - Angela Alone
A Place in the Sun (1951) (Franz Waxman) - 25 - The Jury
A Place in the Sun (1951) (Franz Waxman) - 26 - Finale (rewritten version)

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A Place in the Sun (Rapidshare)

A Place in the Sun (Filesend)

around 55 MB

@ 160 Kbps

The Man Who Haunted Himself (1970) (Michael J. Lewis)

I thought I'd put up something else by Michael J. Lewis. Originally I was going to put up The Medusa Touch, but Blofeld's Cat's fine new blog, Dichtung Und Wahreit, has already posted this (go there now and get some great stuff). Here instead is the promo score of The Man Who Haunted Himself. You'd think that wouldn't be possible, but somehow Roger Moore found a way. It was actually a film expansion of an episode of Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

The promo also contained the score to 92 In The Shade, but this is only his score from The Man Who Haunted Himself. Enjoy!

Track List:

The Man Who Haunted Himself (1970) (Michael J. Lewis) - 01 - Main Title
The Man Who Haunted Himself (1970) (Michael J. Lewis) - 02 - Double
The Man Who Haunted Himself (1970) (Michael J. Lewis) - 03 - Considering
The Man Who Haunted Himself (1970) (Michael J. Lewis) - 04 - Concerned
The Man Who Haunted Himself (1970) (Michael J. Lewis) - 05 - Reflection
The Man Who Haunted Himself (1970) (Michael J. Lewis) - 06 - Bewidered
The Man Who Haunted Himself (1970) (Michael J. Lewis) - 07 - Consternation
The Man Who Haunted Himself (1970) (Michael J. Lewis) - 08 - Could Be
The Man Who Haunted Himself (1970) (Michael J. Lewis) - 09 - Main Theme
The Man Who Haunted Himself (1970) (Michael J. Lewis) - 10 - Maybe
The Man Who Haunted Himself (1970) (Michael J. Lewis) - 11 - At Heart
The Man Who Haunted Himself (1970) (Michael J. Lewis) - 12 - Gently
The Man Who Haunted Himself (1970) (Michael J. Lewis) - 13 - Reflection Too
The Man Who Haunted Himself (1970) (Michael J. Lewis) - 14 - Vibrations
The Man Who Haunted Himself (1970) (Michael J. Lewis) - 15 - Never Go
The Man Who Haunted Himself (1970) (Michael J. Lewis) - 16 - End Title

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The Man Who Haunted Himself (Rapidshare)

The Man Who Haunted Himself (Filesend)

around 34 MB

WarGames (1983) (Arthur B. Rubinstein)

Here's another soundtrack to a favorite movie. Hopefully, somebody else out there will also enjoy this souvenir from the film. I'm pretty sure that this soundtrack will infuriate some film score fans who absolutely hate dialogue excerpts and they are sprinkled throughout this score (in fact, in the middle of the instrumentals). People like me who enjoy the movie, however, may enjoy those reminders. Arthur Rubinstein is another composer that I enjoy, but that is no guarantee that you will. In fact, if you hate my taste then it's definitely no guarantee. If you've been longing for more songs about video games though, download and enjoy!

Track List:

WarGames - 01 - Arthur B. Rubinstein - WarGames
WarGames - 02 - The Beepers - Video Fever
WarGames - 03 - Arthur B. Rubinstein - The Game Begins
WarGames - 04 - Arthur B. Rubinstein - It Could Be War
WarGames - 05 - Arthur B. Rubinstein - David's Concern
WarGames - 06 - Arthur B. Rubinstein - NORAD
WarGames - 07 - Yvonne Elliman - Edge of the World
WarGames - 08 - Arthur B. Rubinstein - Confidence Is High
WarGames - 09 - The Beepers - History Lesson
WarGames - 10 - Arthur B. Rubinstein - Launch Detected
WarGames - 11 - Arthur B. Rubinstein - Winner None
WarGames - 12 - Arthur B. Rubinstein - Edge of the World (End Title)

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WarGames (Rapidshare)

WarGames (Filesend)

around 45 MB

@ 160 Kbps

Saturday, December 02, 2006

Requests - Does Anyone Have These? Anybody have any other requests? (Part 5)

Here is Request Post #5. Enjoy it while it lasts.

For your convenience:

New Requests Post (Part 4) ---------> Full screen OR Thin column

New Requests Post (Part 3) ---------> Full screen OR Thin column

New Requests Post (Part 2)
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Requests - Long Lists ----------------> Full screen
Found ----------------------------------> Full screen

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Requests - Does Anyone Have These? Anybody have any other requests? (Part 4)

Does anyone ever feel like this is like a snake shedding its skin? No, that's not a nice analogy. How about a worm leaving a slimy trail on the sidewalk. No, that's not good either. Well, something that leaves little bits of itself behind. We're on Request Post #4 and I hope everyone is enjoying themselves! I know I sure am! And you should all pat yourselves on the back for your generosity!

For your convenience (whatever that means over here as well!):

New Requests Post (Part 3) ---------> Full screen OR Thin column

New Requests Post (Part 2)
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A few suggestions: Before you make a request, you might want to check the rest of the blog first; it might already be here (particularly in the archives or in the Found section). I get the feeling from some of the comments that a fair number of people don't actually look on the rest of the blog, but that may just be my imagination. You might also want to check on the link list; it's a good resource. There are a lot of blogs out there that might have something you're interested in.

Also, searching the comments sections or the blogs is pretty easy (especially if you use something like Firefox). Also, if you have problems seeing a whole link, you can cut and paste the whole line down to the next line and usually it works to copy the whole link. Or you can always check the source code and search for the link; it's pretty simple.

Also, there are no rules or restrictions about what you can or cannot post or request, what bitrate you post (or request) it at, or what storage service you use. But I think if everyone is reasonable, there shouldn't be any problems. And you can certainly ask (nicely) if a particular person can post in a different way or format, but I don't like the idea of imposing blanket rules here because I want this place (and blog) to be inclusionary and not exclusionary.

Not everybody has the same system for doing things, has unlimited resources like hard drives the size of Texas, broadband connections to burn, the same national restrictions, or even the same command of the English language, so I'd appreciate it if people kept that in mind when they comment about some particular protocol like bitrate or storage services or have a misunderstanding over words or tone. Kind suggestions are fine, but really I'm the only one who gets to make pompous pronouncements (like that one). :))

For example, I have an irrational reaction when people use Sendspace because it's almost like they're giving me a giant middle finger since they know I'm usually not able to come in every day. As a result, I know I'll never get their files because they will usually be deleted by the time I'm able to pull the link (really? a 7 day expiration date?). And it usually takes anywhere from 45-90 minutes to download one file from Sendspace (at 40 Kbps/sec as opposed to R-share's 400-600 Kbps), so I'm extremely lucky if I can download 2 or 3 Sendspace files in one session (and God forbid, something should happen to the computer while it's downloading one file for an hour and a half). That would be okay if you were only downloading 1 or 2 files, but if there are a lot of Sendspace files, it's not so good.

I sometimes think of it as I'm the guy walking through the desert and the person who uploads to Sendspace is the guy holding a canteen with the cap welded shut waving it in my face. "Here are my files, but you'll never get them!" (Remember, I told you it was irrational.) But I never complain about it (if you don't count the rant above) or tell people that they aren't allowed to post on Sendspace because I feel if people are generous enough to upload something, they should be able to do it in any way that is easiest and most convenient for them. And despite having said what I did, I actually like Sendspace for larger or smaller files that I don't care stay around for too long, but I always wonder why it's so popular on forums, etc. Maybe I've just answered my own question. Oh, well.

And I'm sure a lot of people feel the same way about R-share, M-upload, et al., especially if they're from a country that prohibits it. Not to mention that the people who usually post on Sendspace are some of the nicest people here, so they could post on Yousendit or and I would still appreciate them and their efforts!

Same thing goes for bitrates. You can post at any bitrate you want here (though be prepared for complaints if everything is at 32 Kbps). It seems that just a little while ago everybody was ripping at 128 Kbps, then a few years later people were insisting on 192 and above and now people are getting very snobby about 320 Kbps. I expect in a couple of more years, people will be insisting on nothing but lossless compression and a few years later refusing anything but wav files. I'm personally going to wait until people only trade hard drives with each other, but that's just me.

So as you can tell, I staunchly refuse to impose any hard-and-fast rules. Partly because I don't want people to have to meet an arbitrary standard in order to be welcome, participate, or be included, but also because that's one of the reasons it works and has lasted. Otherwise, I might as well turn it into a private blog that requires a password and a secret handshake and call it the 320-is-not-good-enough-maybe-I-should-buy-the-CD blog (that's coming next month).

And people who come here are very nice and don't generally abuse the whole no-rules thing, so I think it works out very well. Diversity and freedom actually pay off. Who knew?

Well, I need to get off this box that I'm standing on so I can put more soap into it. Enjoy!.......................Hey, where'd everybody go?

P.S. I probably should've mentioned this before, but if you ever wonder if anybody's interested in what you're sharing or want to share (or paying any attention to your comment), consider that even if nobody else says they want something or responds to your particular comment, I'm always interested in it.

And almost every request anybody has ever made is something that I would also be interested in having, so if you fulfill it even if the original requester isn't around anymore, know that I still want it.

And if you're debating as to whether to post something that no one has requested because you don't know if anybody cares about it (as I've noticed from a few comments here), I'm always interested in it. Consider that a blanket request from me. Feel free to post it because it's always going on my download list (though it may be gone before I can get to it).

That also goes for anybody who doesn't feel like they have a lot to share. Anything or nothing is fine. You can leave a comment about the music if you want, share whatever you have, or even be a lurker.......hi to all my fellow lurkers! :)) Posting whatever you have is a great way to let people experiment with stuff they might not normally give a chance. And it seems to encourage people to seek out other music (not to mention buying more music notwithstanding what some people might think) or develop interests in new things.

And finally, I've heard so much wonderful music that people have shared here and I've enjoyed the camaraderie and love of music that people have shown more than I can say, so thanks to everyone whether this is your first visit or 1000th!

Friday, December 01, 2006

Requests - Does Anyone Have These? Anybody have any other requests? (Part 2)

Many kind readers of the blog have requested or mentioned these albums in past comments, but I didn't have them, so I thought I'd ask if anyone else had these. Before anyone gets their hopes up though, I don't expect too much of a response to this post (despite the fact that people who visit this blog are exceptionally nice), but I thought I'd ask anyway. :))

Update: Well of course, I was wrong about there not being much of a response, but I was still right about the people who visit being exceptionally nice!

This is the second part to the Requests Post to make room for new comments.

Also, if you're kind enough to upload something, I'd appreciate you mentioning if it's somebody else's link (as opposed to something you uploaded), just so I know. If it's somebody else's link (from another blog or forum, for instance), I try to keep it in the comments section rather than put it here or on another main post so I keep the possibility of getting it killed to a minimum. Thanks!

Also, please let me know if you don't want me to post any of your links in this section or if you just want to keep them in the comments section. I post them here mainly to keep the links alive and to make it easier for people so that they don't have to sift through so many comments to find something, but any way you'd prefer me to do it is fine by me. :))

And please let me know if any of the links have gone dead.

Also, some of the uploaders aren't crazy about 'Anonymous' people and only prefer to fulfill requests for people who identify themselves, just to let you know. I don't have a problem with 'Anonymous' people, but I can see how people might feel like this makes it less of a community of friends and like-minded people and more of a vending machine. So, you might try and say a few things along with the request or give yourself a screen name if you feel like it. Just a suggestion.

The requests are in more-or-less chronological order of when they were made. Only fair that way. But please read all the way to the bottom if you have the time. Thanks!

And as you can guess, this is a bit hard to update in a timely fashion, so excuse the outdated nature of anything here. :))


Can you identify this piece of music? Per 'Anonymous': 'Hi Soundtrack hedz , please help me out on this one, I have been trying to find out what film score this music comes from for the past 20 years , I know it is pre 1970 that is all,
they use it in a lot of kung fu movies. HERES THE LINK'
(nomwl1: I bet someone out there knows what it is!)

** And 'The Last of the Anonymous' wants to know [nomwl1: Sorry, these are the way the characters came out. Good luck on reading it!]:

'“002 – Operazione Luna”

“Sei simpatiche carogne” (also known as “Uno scacco tutto matto”)

are two italian /spanish production films from late sixties with nice music, expecially the first have a GREAT soundtrack, swingin’ detective jazz at his best…..
I don’t found anything on soundtrackcollector, while IMDB says that “002 – Operazione Luna” had music by Coriolano Gori (Lallo Gori), while “Sei simpatiche carogne” had music by Miguel Asins Arbò'

** Delfino at Delfinotrack was wondering if anybody had the version of 'I Put A Spell On You' used in the Jim Carrey / Lauren Hutton movie, 'Once Bitten' (1985). I haven't seen the movie in a long time and I couldn't remember what version was used. Can anybody help? Thanks!


0) Does anyone have TRACK 1 of CD2 from "Jerry Goldsmith - Live in Barcelona"? [requested by 'Kyle']

1) Appelez-Moi Mathilde (1969) (Michel Legrand with arrangements by Vladimir Cosma) [requested by 'Anonymous']

2) Barfly (1987) [requested by 'Cineaste' of OST Hub]

3) Battle Beyond The Stars (James Horner) [requested by 'Toby']

4) Be Cool (2005) (Various Artists & John Powell) [requested by 'Anonymous']

5) Bloodline (1979) (Ennio Morricone) [requested by 'Vince' & 'anonymous']

6) Boney (1972-1973 TV Series) (Sven Libaek) or Nature Walkabout (1965 TV) (Sven Libaek) [requested by 'Penthouse Safari']

7) Broadcast News (1987) (Bill Conti) [requested by 'Robotgunfighter']

8) Calendar Girls (Patrick Doyle) [requested by 'Kyle']

9) Una Casa Con Vista Al Mar (a.k.a., A House With a View of the Sea) (2001 Canadian / Venezuelan Documentary) (Nascuy Linares and Loreena McKennitt) ('Or if you have the Loreena single (Dante's Prayer, in Spanish) I would be most grateful. Thanks.') [requested by 'Meg']

10) The Challenge (1982) (Jerry Goldsmith) [requested by 'Anonymous']

11) City Heat (1984) (Lennie Niehaus & Various) [requested by 'Anonymous'] - (nomwl1: I have this LP, but I'm pretty sure it's in storage so I'm hoping somebody else has it!)

12) Compartiment Tueur (Michel Magne) [requested by 'Pierrick']

13) Conquerors of the Ages (Edmund De Luca) [requested by 'Soilworker' of Crime In Your Coffee] (nomwl1: he provided a reference link if you want to see info on it and I remember them searching for this over at Planet Xtabay (Xtabay's World). They provided a link to a low bitrate (32 Kbps) version of the album, if you want to hear it.)

14) Crow: City Of Angels (1996) (Graeme Revell) [requested by 'Futuresoundtrackblogger']

15) Curse of the Jade Scorpion (2001) (Various Artists) [requested by 'Licorice Pizza' (Hi Timbo!)] (the soundtrack to the Woody Allen movie) [nomwl1: I think there was one on the Soundtrack Factory label (Hollywood Ending/The Curse Of The Jade Scorpion - Import CD), but it seems kind of obscure, so hopefully somebody out there has it!]

16) Le Dernier Combat (a.ka. The Last Combat, The Last Battle, etc.) (1983) (Eric Serra) [requested by Luis José] (Luis also wanted to know the difference between score and soundtrack. Anybody want to answer that? I'm sure someone out there can do it more eloquently than me! Thanks!)

17) Don't Drink The Water (1969) (Pat Williams) [requested by 'Samgigi']

18) Dragnet (1987) (Ira Newborn) [requested by 'Anonymous']

19) E.R. TV Soundtrack [requested by 'Robbob']

20) Fahrenheit 451 (1966) (Bernard Herrmann) (The complete score) [requested by 'anonymous'] - ('Quidtum' nicely reminded us that the shorter Tsunami version is being shared at Bullseye)

21) Fire (1997) (A.R. Rahman) [requested by 'Meg']

22) Flashpoint (1984) (Tangerine Dream) (requested by 'Anonymous') [nomwl1: 'Attax' over at Rare & OOP kindly re-upped this at his blog (though I don't know if the link is still active)]

23) Fly Away Home (1996) (Mark Isham) (requested by 'Anonymous') (nomwl1: it's on a 17 track bootleg with other Isham bonus tracks)

24) Follow Me (1969) (Stu Phillips, with Dino, Desi, & Billy) (the surfer film) [requested by 'Steve', 'Danny', 'Lori', 'Randy', & 'James K' - that's not a band like Dino, Desi, & Billy, by the way]

25) From Beyond (1986) (Richard Band) [requested by 'Anonymous'] (nomwl1: Skunkape used to be sharing this, but that link went dead. And it seems to me I've seen somebody else sharing this recently, but my brain isn't working.)

26) The George Sanders Touch: Songs For The Lovely Lady [requested by 'Mykl']

27) The Getaway (1972) (Quincy Jones) [requested by 'Virtruv77']

28) Goldeneye (Michael J. Lewis) [Rejected Promo] [requested by 'Anonymous']

29) Goodbye E Amen (1977) (Guido and Maurizio De Angelis) [requested by 'Anonymous']

30) Guess Who's Coming to Dinner' (1967) (Frank De Vol) [requested by 'Anonymous'] - (nomwl1: I have this and will post it if nobody else does. :))

31) Guns for San Sebastian (1968) (Ennio Morricone) (Extended version) [requested by 'youngmanafraidofthunder']

32) Heavenly Bodies (1984) (Various Artists) [requested by 'Rudy D']

33) Heavy Metal (1981) (Elmer Bernstein) - (Expanded version with 25 tracks [running time of 80.38 min.]. Here is the back cover to the boot.) [requested by 'Ripman']

34) The Horse Whisperer (Thomas Newman) [requested by 'Anonymous']

35) Hotel (1967) (Johnny Keating) [requested by 'Watson']

36) The Hunter (1980) (either score by Michel Legrand (USA) or Charles Bernstein (Europe), if either exists) (the Steve McQueen movie) [requested by 'Anonymous']

37) Innocent Blood (1992) (Ira Newborn) [requested by 'Anonymous']

38) Into The Night (1985) (Ira Newborn) [requested by 'Anonymous']

39) Legends Of Toei Action Movies Original Soundtrack Collection compilations [requested by 'Anonymous']

40) Lili (1953) (Bronislau Kaper, musical director - Hans Sommer) (musical soundtrack) [requested by 'anonymous'] - Update: Mel was kind enough to put up 27 minutes of the score here.

41) The Lion in Winter (J. Barry) [requested by 'Anonymous']

42) Little Women (1949) (Adolph Deutsch) (the June Allyson / Elizabeth Taylor version) [requested by 'Anonymous']

43) Lost Liners: An Age Gone By (2000 PBS TV Special) (Michael J. Whalen) [requested by 'Anonymous']

44) Made in Heaven (1987) (Mark Isham) [requested by 'Secretly a Terrific Whistler'] ('main song was written by Neil Young ("We've Never Danced")')

45) Madly (a.k.a., Madly, Il Piacere Dell'Uomo) (1969) (Francis Lai) [requested by 'Anonymous']

46) The Manhattan Project (1986) (Philippe Sarde) [requested by 'Anonymous']

47) Max (2002) (Dan Jones) (the John Cusack movie) [requested by 'Anonymous']

48) Michael J. Lewis Classical Filmmusic [requested by 'Cedric'] - (according to 'Cedric': 'an excellent compilation of the music he has composed during the first 25 years of his carreer?') (nomwl1: I have a 2-CD promo of his music, but I don't think it was called Classical Filmmusic, so if that's not the one, I don't know which one he means. Has anybody heard of this one?)

49) Missing in Action (1984) (Jay Chattaway) [requested by 'Shystrak']

50) Moulin Rouge (2001) (Craig Armstrong) (The 13 track rare promo) [requested by 'Varun / Mythodean']

51) La Notte (Giorgio Gaslini) (1960) [New Sound Jazz #2 - Giorgio Gaslini Quartet] (a movie by Michelangelo Antonioni) [requested by 'Buscoglione' & 'Quidtum'] (cover+tracklist are here)

52) Peggy Sue Got Married (1986) (J. Barry) [requested by 'Christopher'] - (nomwl1: This is another one I have, but I think it must be in storage since I can't find it anywhere around here. I'm sure some nice person out there will provide it though!)

53) The Plague Dogs (1982) [requested by 'Anonymous']

54) Portrait in Terror (John Ottman) [requested by 'Stereo3d']

55) Premiers Désirs (a.k.a First Desires or Erste Sehnsucht) (1983) (Philippe Sarde) [requested by 'Michael']

56) Roommates (1995) (Elmer Bernstein) [requested by 'Anonymous' & 'Sam' (possibly one in the same)]

57) Le Ruffian (1983) (Ennio Morricone) [requested by 'Porter']

58) Saint Joan (1957) (Mischa Spoliansky) [requested by 'Mel']

59) Se7en (1995) (Howard Shore) (Expanded CD) [requested by 'Atlantean Sword'] (nomwl1: CheefBrody's Rare Scores says he'll be sharing this one in the future)

60) Seven Notes In Black (Fabio Frizzi) [requested by 'Anonymous']

61) Starship Troopers 2: Hero Of The Federation (2004) (William T. Stromberg, John W. Morgan) [requested by 'A. Gonzalez']

62) The Squeeze (1977) (David Hentschell) [requested by 'Anonymous']

63) Summer School (1987) (Danny Elfman & Various Artists) [requested by 'A']

64) There's A Girl In My Soup (1970) (Mike D'Abo) (Peter Sellers movie) [requested by 'Bob Haldeman'] (he's looking for the songs from the movie)

65) The Thing From Another World (1951) (Dimitri Tiomkin) [requested by 'eniksleestack']

66) The 13th Warrior (Graeme Revell's rejected score) [requested by 'John']

67) Three Kings (1999) (Various Artists & Carter Burwell) [requested by 'Rocket From Mars']

68) Tora! Tora! Tora! (1970) (Jerry Goldsmith) [requested by 'Pierrick']

69) The Touchables (1968) (Ken Thorne & Various Artists) [requested by 'KaBluie' - and go to his blog for great movie tracks, by the way]

70) Wavelength (1983) (Tangerine Dream) [requested by 'Anonymous']

71) The Way of the Dragon (1972) (Joseph Koo, J. Barry (uncredited), Ennio M. (uncredited)) (The Bruce Lee film) [requested by 'Pinto']

72) Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962) (Frank De Vol) [requested by 'Tiger']

73) The Wild One (1954) (Leith Stevens & Shorty Rogers) [requested by 'Anonymous']

74) Winterschlaefer (Winter Sleepers) (1997 German film) (Tom Tykwer and friends) [requested by 'Anonymous']

And some nice miscellaneous things:

1) 1958 single "What, Me Worry?" b/w "Potzrebie", credited to Alfred E. Neuman and his Furshlugginer Five [requested by 'Stickman']

2) 'Does anyone know where to get a copy of the play form of this production? ['Oh Dad, Poor Dad....'] [requested by 'James Pawlak']


And these may or may not exist (does anybody know?):

All the President's Men (1976) (David Shire) [requested by 'Anonymous' - he also wants to know if it's a good score. I can't remember.]

Clash of the Titans 1981 (John Barry rejected score) [requested by 'Cineaste']

Clownhouse (1989) (Michael Becker & Thomas Richardson) [at least I think this is the one he's talking about] [requested by 'Wolfcreek']

Clue (1985) (John Morris) [requested by 'Sallie'] (do you know if there is a bootleg to the movie Clue floating around anywhere?)

Flamingo Road (1980 TV) (Gerald Fried) [requested by 'Alex'] (does anybody have any music from it?)

1492: Conquest of Paradise (1992) (Vangelis) (extended version without the SFX) [requested by 'Steve'] - (is there one out there?)

Fun With Dick And Jane (1977) (Gene Page, Ernest Gold, Lamont Dozier) [requested by 'Lori Rogers'] (any songs or music from the original film)

Green Slime (1969) [requested by 'Anonymous' & 'Stereo3d'] (nomwl1: Is there a whole score out there somewhere?)

Ironside (1967-1975 TV Series) (Quincy Jones, Various Artists) [requested by 'SteMc' of Scores of Scores - go there now! (well, wait until you read the rest of the request actually)] (don't think there's an actual soundtrack, but any music from the series would be good!)

Murder By Death (1976) (Dave Grusin) [requested by 'anonymous'] (possibly never released.....anybody out there know for sure?)

The Private Eyes (1981) (Peter Matz) (you know, the Tim Conway / Don Knotts movie) [requested by 'Phillip Spankweasel'] (was there ever was an OST to this movie? [SoundtrackCollector doesn't seem to have any info on it, and I've never seen one, but does anyone out there know?])

Sanford and Son (1972-1977 TV Series) (Quincy Jones) [requested by 'Soylentgreen'] (the full version of Jones' theme) - (nomwl1: Is there one out there or is there just the one we usually hear? If there is, I'd love it too!)

and Breton Girl wanted:

any unreleased/promo scores from Buffy, The Vampire Slayer and Stargate SG-1?


And some requested by 'Isbum':

1) Hell's Angels '69 (1969, go figure!) (Tony Bruno, Various Artists) (black cover with picture of a biker with his legs straight out, just sittin' on his chopper)
2) Red Sky at Morning (1970) (Billy Goldenberg)
3) The Corrupt Ones (1967) (Georges Garvarentz)
4) Tomorrow Never Comes (1977) (Roy Budd)
5) Ricatto Alla Mala / La Polizia e al Servizio del Cittadino? (Luis Bacalov) [Point Records]
6) Al Caiola - The Magnificent Seven Rides

'Anonymous' (not to be confused with 'Anonymous') requested these:

Woman Times Seven (1967) (Riz Ortolani)
The Valachi Papers (1972) (Riz Ortolani)
Exposure (A Grande Arte) (1991) (Jürgen Knieper)
The Little Girl Who Lives Down The Lane (1976) (Christian Gaubert)
Serial (1979) (Lalo Schifrin)
Foolin' Around (1980) (Charles Bernstein)
If You Could See What I Hear (1982) (Michael Lloyd)

'Detective Mitchell' requested these:

*fulfilled: 1) Dead Heat (1988) (Ernest Troost) - (nomwl1: And Detective Mitchell was able to fulfill it himself! Is there anything better or what? Way to go, Detective! Go to his Junk Drawer now! Update: And John Hartigan of Soundtrack Lover's Paradise was nice enough to provide a copy of Detective Mitchell's LP transfer 'minus the hiss & clicks'. Thanks! (psw: treat), covers included)
2) Mac and Me (1988) (Alan Silvestri & Various Artists) (bad movie, good soundtrack)
3) Timerider: The Adventure of Lyle Swann (1982) (Michael Nesmith)
4) Transylvania 6-5000 (1985) (Lee Holdridge)
5) The Punisher (1989) (Dennis Dreith)
6) Jonny's Golden Quest / Jetsons: The Movie (1993) (John Debney promo)
7) Wired (1989) (It contains songs from the film as well as bits of the score by Basil Poledouris) (the John Belushi biopic) (nomwl1: I have this on cassette and will rip it when I get the chance, but does somebody out there have the CD or LP?)
8) Arch Hall, Jr. and the Archers - Wild Guiitar! [an album CD, not an OST]

'Quidtum' requested these:

1) Inner Space (1974 TV Documentary) (Sven Libaek) (I've got already a bad rip from vinyl)
2) anything from Piero Umiliani except these albums I've already got (see the list here)
3) anything from Armando Trovajoli, Riz Ortolani
4) Le Mépris (1964) (Piero Piccioni) (OST) [nomwl1: I think I have the Delerue music from this movie, but not the Piccioni Italian version - see above]
5) Alessandro Alessandroni: Wizard of Sound (Not an OST)
6) Malizia (1973) (Fred Bongusto) (OST) (a movie by Salvatore Samperi) [here's a picture of the cover]
7) Les Galets D'Étretat(1972 OST) (Georges Garvarentz)
8) Primo Canale (1971) (Puccio Roelens) - (From Quidtum: 'Did someone happen to download this OST from here?...The blog has no life signals unfortunately. This OST is very rare and obscure and the label too. Is there anybody able to contact this guy called "Tower of death"?? I want it so badly!!!!!!Roelens'stuff is so cooooool!!!!!')

'Anonymous' requested these:

1) Satanik (Roberto Pregadio)
2) Kriminal (Roberto Pregadio)
3) I Spy (Capitol Vers. / Earl Hagen) - [nomwl1: I have the FSM version, but I realized that a couple of tracks are messed up so I'm not able to post it, but does anyone out there have the Capitol vers.?]
4) Spy With A Cold Nose (Ortolani)
5) Run For Your Wife (Nino Olivero)
6) Fathom (John Dankworth)
7) Smashing Time (John Addison)

Anonymous wants:

1) Christmas Vacation Soundtrack Complete (1989)
fulfilled: 2) Ernest Saves Christmas (1988) (Mark Snow) - This is now being shared over at SoundtrackSharity - go there now and get great stuff (I know, how many times can I say that?) and 'Sallie' said she was going to post both of these, but I'm not sure if that ever happened.

Mel wants:

1) Young And Warm And Wonderful - Peter Nero
2) Something We Eight - Mike Sammes Singers (EP)
3) Hollywood's Great Themes - Percy Faith (includes Theme from Splendor In The Grass)
4) Blue Chiffon - George Shearing

Ill Folks wants:

anyone have "Just Plain Folks" the single by Theodore or the flip side to Lon Chaney's "Monster Holiday" single? [nomwl1: and if Ill Folks doesn't have it, I'm not sure these will be that easy to find!]

Wolfcreek wants:

1) The Hand That Rocks The Cradle (1992) (Graeme Revell)
2) Brainscan (1994) (Various Artists & George S. Clinton)
3) Showdown in Little Tokyo (1991) (David Michael Frank)
4) Soul Survivors (2001) (Daniel Licht)
5) The Best Of Jean-Claude Van Damme (1992) (Paul Hertzog, John Scott, & Kevin Bassinson) (nomwl1: there were 3 volumes of these compilations)
6) The Savage Streets (1983) [the Linda Blair movie]

David Federman wants:

Summer and Smoke (1961) (Elmer Bernstein)

Alex wants:

anything (suite, isolated DVD scores, etc.), main titles or suites from tv series like Flamingo Road (Gerald Fried) [this one is hard-to-get], Dallas, Dynasty, Falcon Crest, etc.

Wonderboy wants:

1) Daddy's Dying OST (1990) (nomwl1: can't find any info about this movie, but maybe somebody out there knows?)
Fulfilled by 'Wonderboy': 2) Les Jeunes Loups OST (1968) (Jack Arel) [on tracks 1-11, including the score from La Lecon Particuliere (1968) (Francis Lai) on tracks 12-15 - 'Two Blaxploitation French OST's from 1968'] (nomwl1: Does it get any better than somebody fulfilling their own request?........Well, maybe French blaxploitation soundtracks?)
3) Zoe Poledouris - songs from Starship Troopers OST not on the CD
4) this is a bit different: can anyone identify this Charlie Chaplin (?) piece and version?
it's a small 244 KB mp3 file:
- update: According to the very kind, Mel: 'To Wonderboy,

Your clip is not from anything by Charlie Chaplin, but rather the beginning of a Spike Jones 78 in which he takes off Rossini's William Tell Overture.

The particular section which you uploaded can be found approximately 6 minutes from the beginning of the original Overture. - [nomwl1: And Mel was kind enough to provide links to the different versions, but they've unfortunately gone inactive.....I think Sendspace likes to delete files somewhere between 1 and 2 seconds after being uploaded.]

Juan Carlos Naranjo wants:

1) Volunteers (1985) (James Horner) (the Tom Hanks movie)
2) House of Cards (1993) (James Horner) (the Kathleen Turner movie)
3) The Stone Boy (James Horner)

Anonymous wants (nomwl1: I have a few of these, but they've probably been posted on the web somewhere....until I can post them, anybody's welcome to fulfill....): Update: Since the demise of Not Quite Blogging Yet, I haven't had a chance to re-up them here or update these links.

Fulfilled: 1) The Sand Pebbles (Jerry Goldsmith) - already posted on this blog
Fulfilled: 2) The Natural (Randy Newman) - (this was being shared over at Not Quite Blogging Yet) - (and also made available by 'Rocket From Mars', naturally....take your pick!)
3) Greystoke (John Scott) - (and CheefBrody says he'll being sharing this one in the future)
Fulfilled by 'Isbum': 4) Bobby Deerfield (1977) (Dave Grusin) - [paired with The Electric Horseman soundtrack]
Fulfilled: 5) The Fury (John Williams) - (this was being shared over at Not Quite Blogging Yet)
6) The Chase (John Barry)
7) Three Days of the Condor (Dave Grusin)
Fulfilled by 'Isbum': 8) The Electric Horseman (1979) (Dave Grusin) - [paired with Bobby Deerfield soundtrack......'Willie Nelson songs sold separately.']
Fulfilled: 9) Year of the Dragon (David Mansfield) - (this is being shared over at CheefBrody's Rare Scores)
Fulfilled (by 'Anonymous'): 10) The Sicilian (David Mansfield)

BPS wants (nomwl1: and 'BPS', you mentioned having some 'uncredited funky tunes' that you found on a DVD that you wanted identified. Please feel free to upload them and maybe someone out there can identify them. :))):

1) Barbara Cook's Losing my Mind (@ BC Sings Mostly Sondheim)
2) The Thomas Crown Affair (1968) (Michael Legrand)
3) Irma La Douce (1963) (Andre Previn)
4) Marx Brothers Go West (1940) (Charles Wakefield Cadman / Roger Edens / Bronislau Kaper) (nomwl1: which may only be available paired with the scores of 'A Day At The Races' & 'The Big Store')
5) Ruggles Of Red Gap (1935) (Heinz Roemheld (uncredited) & John Leipold (uncredited)) (nomwl1: Is there a release for this one?)

Anonymous wants:

1) This World, Then The Fireworks - (music by Pete Rugolo)

Anonymous wants:

1) Sebastian (1968) (Jerry Goldsmith) - (nomwl1: I have this and will probably post this eventually.......assuming the blog portion of this blog has any validity anymore! :)))
2) Lassiter (1984) (Ken Thorne)

Anonymous wants:

1) The Duellists (Howard Blake)
2) Miller's Crossing (Carter Burwell)
Fulfilled by 'Breton Girl': 3) The Black Cauldron (Elmer Bernstein) [requested by 'Anonymous'] - ('Breton Girl' was nice enough to provide the complete score here. And she's also willing to upload the LP version if you ask her nicely. She's still looking for the 2-CD recording sessions, if anybody has them. Thanks so much, Breton Girl! You're great!)

'Enya' wants:

1) What's Eating Gilbert Grape? (1993) (Alan Parker)
2) Memento (David Julyan)
3) The Crossing Guard (1995) (Jack Nitzsche)
4) Frequency (Michael Kamen)
5) Stir of Echoes (James Newton Howard)

'Watson' wants (and whatever Watson wants, Watson should get!):

1) Honky Tonk Freeway (1981) (George Martin, Elmer Bernstein) (mostly songs I know but there's some Bernstein on there too if I remember correctly)
2) Rivelazioni Di Un Maniaco Sessuale Al Capo Della Squadra Mobile (aka So Sweet, So Dead) (giallo score by Giorgio Gaslini, came out on Cinevox in the early 70s I believe)
Fulfilled: 3) Broken Arrow (1950) (Hugo Friedhofer) - (nomwl1: I will be posting this when I can)

'Anonymous' wants:

Three Volumes of the Prisoner's Music. - (nomwl1: I think you're most likely to find those at XYZ Cosmoblog if they're still available there. Let us know if you got what you were looking for. :) Update: And he did let us know that he only got the first part there. Are you talking about The Prisoner File CD's or Vol.1, etc.?

Sirius_Rack wants:

According to Sirius: 'I've been looking for two CDs from Irish film composer Shaun Davey (best known for The Tailor Of Panama - the non-007 Pierce Brosnan spy flick and the movie Waking Ned Devine).'

1) The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe (a Royal Shakespeare Company musical) (Shaun Davey)
2) Twelfth Night (1996) (Shaun Davey) (the Helena Bonham-Carter movie)

'Both of these CDs are long out of print and were pressed in very low quantities in the UK. I've never even seen a copy of the Narnia musical and the Twelfth Night CD sometimes goes on eBay for absurd prices.

So please, please if anyone has these, or has access to them, please rip at 320 and post them, and bring a fruitless four year quest to a happy end. You can hear some very nice samples on his site' at this link...(nomwl1: Well, I hope somebody out there has these and is nice enough to share them!)

Bramwell wants: (nomwl1: I have some of these and may be posting them at some point)

1) Peyton Place / Return to Peyton Place (Franz Waxman)
2) A Summer Place (Max Steiner)
3) The Long Hot Summer (Alex North)
4) Diamond Head (John Williams)
5) Love is a Many Splendored Thing (Alfred Newman)

Kansas (or possibly just 'Anonymous') wants:

Fulfilled: 1) Phantasm (1979) (Fred Myrow, Malcom Seagrove) - [nomwl1: This is being shared over at The Manchester Morgue. Don't know if the link is still active, but go there and get great stuff!]
Fulfilled: The Entity (1982) 2) (Charles Bernstein) - [nomwl1: This is on this blog back around the Halloween posts]
3) No Way Out (1987) (Maurice Jarre)
4) Apology (1986) Maurice Jarre)
5) The Emerald Forest (1985) (Brian Gascoigne) - ['Isbum' had posted this but the link went dead. Maybe if you ask him nicely he'll re-up]
6) Perfect (1985) [John Travolta/Jaime Lee Curtis vehicle]
7) American Anthem (1986) [Mitch Gaylord vehicle]
8) New Year's Evil (1980) (W. Michael Lewis & Laurin Rinder)

Do these soundtracks exist?

I would love them also:

9) Schizoid (1980) (Strange music by Craig Hundley)
10) Scalpel (a.k.a. False Face) (1976) (Bob Cobert also known as Robert Cobert)

Anonymous wants:

1) The Carey Treatment (Jerry Goldsmith)
2) Dollars (Quincy Jones) - [nomwl1: I can re-up Dust To Dust's copy of this unless someone else wants to re-up the score.]

'A' (a friend of 'Isbum') wants:

1) The Hitter (Garfeel Ruff)
2) Black Fists (Ed Bogas)
Fulfilled by 'Filmpac': 3) The Choirboys (Frank De Vol) - [LP Rip at 192 Kbps]......this is also being shared over at 7 Black Notes......get both 192 Kbps LP rips and double your fun!
4) Honey Baby, Honey Baby - (Various)
5) Hit 'Em Hard - (Bobby Davis Orch.)
6) The Man from Hong Kong (a.k.a. "Sky High") (Noel Quinlan)
7) Stony Island (David Matthews)

'Anonymous' wants:

1) Lucas (Dave Grusin) - (nomwl1: look below in the 'Found' section)
2) Il Serpente (Ennio Morricone)
3) L'Attentato (Ennio Morricone)
Fulfilled by 'Filmpac': 4) Il Gatto (1978) (Ennio Morricone) - [also requested by 'Sam' & 'Porter' - one of whom may be 'Anonymous'?] (128 Kbps)
5) 11 Harrowhouse (Michael J. Lewis)
6) The Unseen (Michael J. Lewis)
7) Something Wicked This Way Comes (James Horner) - [nomwl1: this is being shared at Rare & OOP Soundtracks - 'Winne2' was also nice enough to post Rare's link in the comments....I've never actually been able to get some of these Oxyshare links to work, but maybe you'll have better luck!]
Fulfilled: 8) The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (Bernard Herrman) - (see comments - Thanks, Sallie!)

....and 'Has anybody ever heard of a release of Charles Bernstein's great "Mr. Majestyk"?'

'The Amazing Mumford' wants:

1) In Pursuit of Honor / Class of '61 (John Debney)
2) Monte Walsh (John Barry)
3) Farewell Moscow (Ennio Morricone)
4) Hundra (Ennio Morricone)

'Seasy' wants (a big welcome to New Zealand!):

Fulfilled by 'Filmpac': 1) Parrish (1961) by Max Steiner - (nomwl1: I have this if no one else posts it. Update: But 'Filmpac' showed his enormous kindess once again with this LP rip at 192 Kbps. Thanks so much, 'Filmpac'! You're great!)
2) Desiree by Alex North
Fulfilled by 'Filmpac': 3) Bedazzled (1967) by Dudley Moore

'Anonymous' (who's concerned with my Google results) wants:

1) Skip Martin & His Prohibitionists - Songs and Sounds from The Era of the Untouchables
2) Kai Winding - Suspense Themes In Jazz
3) Laurie Johnson - Music From The Avengers / The New Avengers / The Professionals (Unicorn 1980) - (nomwl1: seems that this one has been shared on the web before, but I can't remember where. Well, if no one else posts this, I've got it)

'Jamie' wants:

Fulfilled by 'Filmpac': 1) Santa Claus: The Movie (1985) (Henry Mancini) - (nomwl1: which I think is the sequel to 'Easter Bunny: The Movie......'Jamie' (nee 'Anonymous') will be happy with either the vinyl or bootleg CD version) - (Fulfilled by the very generous 'Filmpac', enjoy this LP rip at 256 Kbps from a very nice person! My nomination for the next film: 'Filmpac, The Movie')
2) Gremlins (1984) (Jerry Goldsmith) (the original score, not the expanded or bootleg score) - (nomwl1: which I think is the prequel to Gremlins 2: The New Batch)
3) Beverly Hills Cop 2 (1987) (Harold Faltermeyer) - (nomwl1: which I think is the sequel to Beverly Hills Cop: The Cash Cow)

'Sallie' wants:

Miracle on 34th Street (1947) / Come To The Stable (1949) (Cyril Mockridge) (Percepto version)

'Zote' wants:

1) Franco Micalizzi - Superuomini Superdonne Superbotte
2) Bruno Nicolai - Una Vergine Tra I Morti Viventi
3) Sante Maria Romitelli - Yeti — Il Gigante Del 20' Secolo

Anything else from Franco Micalizzi is welcome. Stridulum, Karate Amazones, Diabolica, Let sleeping corpses lie, I due Volti Della Paura and last but not least: Sei iellato amico, hai incontrato Sacramento

'Anonymous' [check comments for his E-mail address - search for the word 'briefro' or 'Jorge Moises' in the comments section] wants:

According to 'Anonymous': 'My request for all the friends is Jorge Moises,el cantor do pedagio.
I'm surfing after this singer about six month and nothing..
all the best!
happy new year to everybody.'.....(nomwl1: I hope someone out there can help him. I didn't want to post his E-mail address on the main post, but you can search the comments section or leave a comment and I'll make sure to let him know. Thanks!)

Anonymous wants:

1) Roughing It (Bruce Broughton)
2) Brubaker (1980) (Lalo Schifrin)

Anonymous wants:

1) Old Dracula (especially the music used during the dance scene)
2) The Spirit is Willing
3) Andromeda Strain
4) What Dreams May Come
5) The Hammer Dracula and Frankenstein Soundtracks
6) King Kong Escapes
7) King Kong Vs. Godzilla
8) The Flash (TV Series) (Danny Elfman)
9) Dark Shadows (1990s Series) (Bob Cobert)
10) The Comedy of Terrors [Vincent Price AIP]
11) The Night Stalker / Night Strangler TV Movies

'Kress' wants:

Bad Company (Trevor Rabin) (Promo Score)

'Porter' wants:

1) E Poi Lo Chiamarono Il Magnifico (Guido & Maurizio De Angelis)
2) Kaos (Nicola Piovani)
3) Il Serpente (Ennio Morricone)
4) Maddalena (Expanded) (Ennio Morricone)
Fulfilled by 'Whiteorc': 5) Stanley & Iris (John Williams) - [see comments]

'Jamk' wants:

1) Leo Tolstoy's Anna Karenina (1997)
2) The Black Stallion (1980)
3) The White Countess (2005)
4) Polish Wedding
5) Happy Endings
6) To Kill a Mockingbird

These 4 scores fulfilled by 'Whiteorc' (Thanks, Whiteorc!):

Miller's Crossing
The Talented Mr. Ripley
Orlando (1993)
The Cider House Rules

'Lori' from Brooklyn wants:

1) Fireball 500 (Frankie and Annette movie)
2) Kiss the Girls and Make Them Die (1966) (Mario Nascimbene)
3) Any music from the 1975 film Fun with Dick and Jane (not the Jim Carrey version)
4) Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine (1965) (Les Baxter)

'Sansgarantie' of Soundtracks Lover wants:

1) A Very Long Engagement (Angelo Badalamenti)

and these rare Morricone albums:

2) Richard III
3) Il Federale (1961 EP Version)
4) La Cuccagna
5) Diciottenni Al Sole
6) The Virginian
7) La Voglia Matta
8) I Basilischi
9) Duello Nel Texas
10) La Fidanzata Del Bersagliere


If I've forgotten anyone or if anybody else has any other requests, please let me know. As I get more, this post will probably change from time to time.


Oh, I forgot........some of my own requests (I finally thought of some things I wanted. It never occurs to me to ask for a lot of stuff! With so many nice people stopping by though, I suddenly realized I should think of more requests!):

1) How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (1967) (Frank Loesser) (either the Broadway or Film versions - both of mine are in storage and I would really appreciate it! Thanks!)

2) The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders (1965) (John Addison) - (my copy has a couple of messed up tracks, so I'd really appreciate it as this is possibly my favorite John Addison score)

3) Start the Revolution Without Me (1969) (John Addison) - [if there was one]
4) What a Way To Go (1964) (Nelson Riddle)
5) The Road To Hong Kong (1962) (Robert Farnon)
6) Don't Make Waves (1967) (Vic Mizzy)
7) The Sweet Ride (1967) (Pete Rugolo)

The song, 'Secret of the Silent Hills' (Vocal Version) written by Les Baxter (but anybody's version is fine)
The song, 'Whatever Happened To Ol' Jack' - Freddie Slack & His Orchestra (vocal by Bobby Troup & Phil Gordon) (1949)


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