Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Den., Dec 16, 2015.
I enjoy both Gardians of the Galaxy soundtracks.
I'm sticking with the classics. For now
And who could deny
Thief - Tangerine Dream
You...whippersnappers... none of you appreciate the virtues of Italian fake documentaries about witchcraft! But 1970 was a simpler time and the acid was better.
Wait, no's said Stop Making Sense. Ah hell, did anybody say Woodstock?
My first soundtrack was my most impactful.
I played this obsessively as a kid.
Wizard Of Oz
That Thing You Do
La La Land
Keep waiting for Tom Hanks (or somebody) to green light a "That Thing You Do"Soundtrack release on vinyl. Could be a really cool package with an insert of 7 inch single of title song on PlayTone label. Another Hanks featured movie "Polar Express could be a fun vinyl release also with all those all Christmas chestnuts mixed in with Hanks recordings and the Josh Groban "Believe" ballad.
Saturday Night Fever
For purely orchestral soundtracks:
Here's another favorite of mine: Hans Zimmer - Inception.
Across 110th Street.
From Dusk Till Dawn.
Cotton Comes To Harlem.
A Hard Days Night.
Cool I get to post a TKK tune again from a favorite soundtrack thread!
The Crow, 1994
After The Flesh, a nice remix based on Nervous Xians
BTW-Here's a thread still open
What is your favorite soundtrack album?
Che! by Lalo Schifrin.
The Chairman by Jerry Goldsmith.
Two fairly bad 1969 movies with great music.
Not sure how I forgot star wars!
Wang Chung: To Live And Die In L.A.
John Barry - Body Heat
John Barry - The Ipcress File
John Barry - The Knack
John Barry - Dances with wolves
John Barry - Goldfinger
John Barry - Thunderball
John Barry - You Only Live Twice
John Barry - Oh Her Majesty's Secret Service
John Barry - Diamonds are Forever
John Barry - Octopussy
John Barry - The Living Daylights
John Barry - The Specialist
John Barry - Cry the Beloved Country
John Barry - Swept from the Sea
John Barry - Deadfall
John Barry - Playing by Heart
John Barry - The Chase.
Guess you could say I am a fan.
A bunch of good 4ad roster artist's and a nice instrumental of Lush's Light From A Dead Star
Ascenseur Pour L' Echafaud
I couldn't agree more. Martin's work was marginalized by the more popular (and actually quite excellent) Beatles songs on side one.
"Hey Bulldog" is considered a throwaway by many, but I find it to be one of those groundbreaking songs (along with "Helter Skelter") that contributed to the formation of the punk movement.
It is by far my favorite Beatles album, and largely attributable to Martin's beautiful compositions.
It is, in its entirety, as truly psychedelic as it gets!
Switch on bach by Wendy Carlos
Side one and some others from Times Square
Guardians of the Galaxy
Moulin Rouge 1 and 2
In terms of songs:
Return of the Living Dead
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