Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Den., Dec 16, 2015.
agreed. babs is in fine form on that! woman in the moon/queen bee....
Godzilla: 50th Anniversary Edition https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0002JELPY/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_iRmyxbTX26NG5
The Best Of Godzilla 1954-1975:
Original Film Soundtracks https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0000061GJ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_tQmyxb10MNNG5
The Best Of Godzilla 1984-1995: Original Film Soundtracks Akira Ifukube, Various Artists - The Best Of Godzilla 1984-1995: Original Film Soundtracks - Amazon.com Music »
A Clockwork Orange
Let It Be
Magical mystery tour
I can recommend this
It would have to be the original soundtrack album of "How The West Was Won".
Saturday Night Fever (a huge cliché but I think it's one of the 100 Best Albums ever recorded)
Electric Dreams (for sentimental reasons)
The Blues Brothers
Cool World rocks. I totally forgot about that one.
My favorite would have to be Purple Rain (1984), though I really think of it as more of just a "legendary stand-alone record" than a soundtrack (I rarely watch the film). Yet I do love Under The Cherry Moon. Go figure.
My favorite album side on a soundtrack will always be side one of the "Saturday Night Fever" soundtrack. Talk about a successful album side!
West Side Story.
Always wonder why Bernstein never wrote another musical?
Flash Gordon - Queen
Casino Royale - Burt Bacharach
Dune - Toto
Obscured By Clouds (La Vallée) - Pink Floyd
1894 (For the Love of Big Brother) - Eurythmics
Jacque Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris (Original Broadway... not sure if this counts)
legitimately changed cinema and music forever
If I bought that lp, my wife would never allow the cover to be face up. She walked out during the scene and it took me five minutes to coax her back in the room, where she sat peeping through a hole in her hands over her eyes.
one of the most nerve-racking and brilliant scenes ever conceived. I'm generally not a fan of remakes, but Friedkin did amazing work on it.
Love how Elmer Bernstein employed the ondes martinot on the scores for this and Ghostbusters
I had told her before viewing 'You will not forget this movie, ever' She must have thought I was exaggerating.
Tommy with all those different folks singing the songs.
Looking For Mr. Goodbar
Welcome to LA
Also The Deer Hunter and Field of Dreams in the more mellow music vein.
the soundtrack is the reason why it's never been released on DVD.
I played Truck Turner (Isaac Hayes) last night as it seemed like appropriate background whilst I was finishing off reading Robert Crais' LA Requiem.
Separate names with a comma.