Thursday, July 22, 2021

Lock, Stock...the TV series....various artists compilation


1-01     –John Lunn     Hoof    
1-02     –Ocean Colour Scene     July (Single Version)    
1-03     –Ike Turner & His Kings Of Rhythm     Prancing    
1-04     –The Gliders     Snakes And Ladders    
1-05     –Barry Adamson     The Big Bamboozle    
1-06     –Tom Browne     Funkin' For Jamaica    
1-07     –The Skatalites     Confucius    
1-08     –Jimmy McCracklin     The Walk    
1-09     –Julie London     Sway    
1-10     –The Saints      This Perfect Day    
1-11     –Suede Shades     These Boots Are Made For Walking    
1-12     –Blondie     Rapture    
1-13     –Fun Lovin' Criminals     The Fun Lovin' Criminal    
1-14     –The Paramounts     Pride And Joy    
1-15     –The Ruts     Babylon's Burning    
1-16     –Dr. Feelgood     No Mo Do Yakomo    
1-17     –Link Wray     The Wild One    
1-18     –Ian Dury & The Blockheads     What A Waste    
1-19     –John Lunn     Three Feet    
1-20     –JTQ     Outta Sight    
1-21     –Juno Reactor     Hule Lam    
1-22     –Augustus Pablo     King Tubby Meets The Rockers Uptown    
1-23     –Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds     Red Right Hand
2-01     –Stereo MC's     Fever (Steve Hillage Remix)    
2-02     –Isaac Hayes     Southern Breeze    
2-03     –D*Note     Iniquity Worker    
2-04     –Barry White     Love's Theme    
2-05     –Talvin Singh    Traveller (Kid Loco's Once Upon A Time In The East Mix)   
2-06     –John Lunn     Chorizo    
2-07     –Barry Adamson     What It Means    
2-08     –Supergrass     Caught By The Fuzz    
2-09     –Plas Johnson     Tanya    
2-10     –Lou Donaldson     Funky Mama    
2-11     –Bob & Earl     Harlem Shuffle    
2-12     –Phil Upchurch Combo     You Can't Sit Down (Pts 1 & 2)    
2-13     –Well Red     Jungle Life    
2-14     –Feeder     Insomnia    
2-15     –Pink Fairies     Do It    
2-16     –Ike & Tina Turner     Doin' It    
2-17     –George McRae     Rock Your Baby    
2-18     –Shara Nelson     I Fell    
2-19     –Quivver     She Does (Manfat 4's Remix)  

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Sunday, July 18, 2021

Blade Runner 2049 original motion picture soundtrack - music by Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch


Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch have created a modern masterpiece and a more than worthy successor to the classic original.

The fact that the shadow of Vangelis' legendary, groundbreaking score hangs over this soundtrack should mean certain retirement for anyone attempting to replicate the original's achievement and yet, against the odds, Zimmer and Wallfisch actually manage it. And then some. The boys dusted off the Yamaha CS-80 and by returning to the past they've created a stunning new audio landscape of the future.

The electronic soundscapes of 2049 glide and soar majestically with all the epic scale and beauty of the original Blade Runner but this time there's an industrial edge. This Blade Runner has teeth. Throughout the score there is a ferocious energy surging up in the music matched only by the moments when it becomes almost overwhelmingly beautiful.

Unlike the soundtracks for the original 1982 Blade Runner, this OST for the 2017 sequel actually contains the music from the film. So Hans and Ben are one up on Vangelis already. None of the tracks have annoying dialogue excerpts or sound effects over them either. That's two up.

The composers could have paid the ultimate tribute to Vangelis and left the opening title music for 2049 off the album. But no, it's there in all its glory. That's 3 - 0!

–Hans Zimmer, Benjamin Wallfisch     2049     3:37
–Hans Zimmer, Benjamin Wallfisch     Sapper's Tree     1:36
–Hans Zimmer, Benjamin Wallfisch     Flight To LAPD     1:47
–Frank Sinatra     Summer Wind     2:54
–Hans Zimmer, Benjamin Wallfisch     Rain     2:26
–Hans Zimmer, Benjamin Wallfisch     Wallace     5:23
–Hans Zimmer, Benjamin Wallfisch     Memory     2:32
–Hans Zimmer, Benjamin Wallfisch     Mesa     3:10
–Hans Zimmer, Benjamin Wallfisch     Orphanage     1:13
–Hans Zimmer, Benjamin Wallfisch     Furnace     3:41
–Hans Zimmer, Benjamin Wallfisch     Someone Lived This     3:13
–Hans Zimmer, Benjamin Wallfisch     Joi     3:51
–Hans Zimmer, Benjamin Wallfisch     Pilot     2:17
–Elvis Presley     Suspicious Minds     4:22
–Elvis Presley & The Jordanaires     Can't Help Falling In Love     3:02
–Frank Sinatra     One For My Baby (And One More For The Road)     4:24
–Hans Zimmer, Benjamin Wallfisch     Hijack     5:32
–Hans Zimmer, Benjamin Wallfisch     That's Why We Believe     3:36
–Hans Zimmer, Benjamin Wallfisch     Her Eyes Were Green     6:17
–Hans Zimmer, Benjamin Wallfisch     Sea Wall     9:53
–Hans Zimmer, Benjamin Wallfisch     All The Best Memories Are Hers     3:22
–Hans Zimmer, Benjamin Wallfisch     Tears In The Rain     2:10
–Hans Zimmer, Benjamin Wallfisch     Blade Runner     10:05
–Lauren Daigle     Almost Human     3:22 

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Monday, July 12, 2021

Samsara (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) music and orchestration by Cyril Morin


Samsara is a 2001 independent film directed and co-written by Pan Nalin. An international co-production of India, Germany, France, Italy, and Switzerland, the film tells the story of a Buddhist monk's quest to find Enlightenment. It stars Shawn Ku as the monk Tashi, and Christy Chung as Pema. 

Cyril Morin is a multi-faceted artist. Variety hails him as "a successful film composer, producer and musician...." He has scored over 80 soundtracks and done orchestration for other artists.

His score for the critically acclaimed "Samsara" (directed by Pan Nalin with Christy Chung), won honors at AFI and fests in Santa Barbara and Melbourne. The soundtrack continues to sell internationally, garnering many dedicated fans, and has made Morin something of a cult composer. 


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Friday, July 2, 2021

Beautiful People, A film by Jasmin Dizdar - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack by Garry Bell and Ghostland


1     –Garry Bell     Churchill's Mistake     1:59
2     –Ghostland And Kirsty MacColl     Sail Away     3:13
3     –Ghostland     She's Beautiful     3:15
4     –Outback      Dance The Devil Away     7:20
5     –Marta Sebestyen*     Gold, Silver Or Love     6:27
6     –Gary Bell     Pero's Walkman     1:03
7     –Garry Bell     Talkin' 'bout Life     2:40
8     –Ghostland     Enemy Lullaby     2:04
9     –Ghostland     This Is War My Friend     2:06
10     –Garry Bell     Jag Jag, Sleepy Sleepy     1:27
11     –Garry Bell     The Three Gurneys     0:33
12     –The Wedding Present     Davni Chasy     2:55
13     –Roy Henley     Ancino Kolo Dance     2:07
14     –Garry Bell     Churchill's Last Mistake     4:27

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Wednesday, June 16, 2021 from the original motion picture Tangerine Dream


Sorcerer (1977) was the first soundtrack album by the German band Tangerine Dream. It reached No.25 on the UK Albums Chart in a 7-week run, to become Tangerine Dream's third highest-charting album in the UK.

Sorcerer, the movie, is a 1977 American thriller directed and produced by William Friedkin and starring Roy Scheider, Bruno Cremer, Francisco Rabal, and Amidou. The second adaptation of Georges Arnaud's 1950 French novel Le Salaire de la peur, it has been widely considered a remake of the 1953 film The Wages of Fear, although Friedkin disagreed with this assessment. The plot depicts four outcasts from varied backgrounds meeting in a South American village, where they are assigned to transport cargoes of aged, poorly kept dynamite that is so unstable that it is 'sweating' its dangerous basic ingredient, nitroglycerin.  

Sorcerer marked the first Hollywood film score for the German krautrock and electronic band Tangerine Dream. William Friedkin, during his visit in Germany, attended their concert in a derelict church in the Black Forest. The band seemed to him "on the cutting edge of the electronic synthesizer sound" that soon would become a staple in mainstream culture. He assessed their music as a mixture of classical music played on synthesizers and "the new pop sound", and described the experience as "mesmerizing".


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Monday, June 7, 2021

The Proposition...original by Nick Cave and Warren Ellis


The Proposition soundtrack was recorded by Nick Cave in collaboration with Warren Ellis, and was produced for the film The Proposition, released in October 2005. At the 2005 AFI Awards it won Best Original Music Score for Cave and Ellis.

The album is instrumentally focused, and is a departure from Cave's band-oriented compositions. All tracks are directly reproduced from the musical interludes in the film, and feature little alteration from the film score. Many songs on the album are slow-tempo and ballad-like, and the violin work of Warren Ellis becomes the central voice of the album for much of the time. Cave's unusual vocal performances on the "Rider" trilogy of songs brings a particularly haunting and uneasy tone to the album.

 The Proposition

Tuesday, May 25, 2021

Romeo Is Bleeding...original motion picture soundtrack by Mark Isham


Mark Isham's muted trumpet provides a first rate soundtrack for this compelling film. The music is atmospheric and truly haunting. It has a calming, nostalgic sound to it and brings a sense of longing for simple, yet emotionally fulfilling times. It reminds us that nothing worth having is gained without some kind of loss. 

 Romeo Is Bleeding

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Sunday, May 9, 2021

Good Bye Lenin!...original by Yann Tiersen


Another great score from Yann Tiersen, and, unlike Amelie, this is entirely new music composed just for the film. Tiersen sounds even more like Michael Nyman here, and, like Nyman, he shows the best that minimalism has to offer film scoring.

The music gently massages each scene, conveying the emotions at the core without bothering to hit every action onscreen like cartoon mickey-mousing. Instead, the music finds something deeper and mines it deftly and beautifully.

More sombre and subdued than his usual work, Yann Tiersen's score makes the perfect audio counterpart for the film's bittersweet but often funny story, which revolves around a family living in Communist Germany and is told from the viewpoint of the son, Alex. Most of the score is dominated by thoughtful, rippling piano that conjures up rainy days, as well as strings, woodwinds and brass that add to the airs of urgency and madcap humor that dominate the film and its music.

Tiersen's subtle but significantly shifting compositions are almost always quite moving, and Good Bye Lenin! is no exception. This is one of those rare scores that is just as affecting and cohesive outside of the movie theater as it is inside of it. 

 Good Bye Lenin!

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Tuesday, April 20, 2021

The Human Stain:Coleman's Collection...motion picture soundtrack


Various ‎– The Human Stain (Motion Picture Soundtrack: Coleman's Collection)
Label: Lakeshore Records ‎– LKS 33784
Country: US
Released: 2003
Genre: Jazz, Classical, Stage & Screen
Style: Soundtrack

1     –Jess Stacy     Honeysuckle Rose    
2     –Woody Herman     Woodchopper's Ball    
3     –Tommy Dorsey     Sleepy Lagoon    
4     –Fred Astaire     Cheek To Cheek    
5     –The Oscar Peterson Trio     I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good    
6     –Marian McPartland     Day Dream    
7     –Ken Peplowski     Cry Me A River    
8     –Teddy Wilson     Embraceable You    
9     –Johnny Hodges & Orchestra*     Day Dream    
10     –Gunter Weiss* And The Vienna Konzerthaus Quartet*     Schubert String Quintet In C, Opus 163 D956

 The Human Stain

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Friday, April 16, 2021

Apocalypse Now from the motion picture soundtrack



In the mid to late '70s, director Francis Ford Coppola put his career on the line to complete Apocalypse Now, his quixotic attempt to variously document, deconstruct, and mythologize America's military involvement in Vietnam. The end result was a troubling masterpiece and technical tour de force whose use of sound and music influenced films for decades. As originally released, the soundtrack album was equally groundbreaking: an intriguing, dreamlike collage of dialogue, sound effects, and music that both evoked the film's artistic sensibility and underscored the innovative, Academy Award®-winning efforts of sound designer Walter Murch.

Two decades later, Coppola revisited the project, adding nearly an hour of previously unseen footage and revamping its soundtrack release as well. But while the film may have taken on fresh new dimensions, the new soundtrack album seems stripped of virtually all of Murch's key contributions. What remains is primarily music--and a telling argument for the notion that the whole is considerably more than the sum of its parts. Inspired by synthesist Isao Tomita's '70s classical adaptations, Coppola hired father Carmine to write an orchestra score, and then set about synthesizing it. The Doors' "The End" remains an iconic touchstone, but removed from the context of the film (and its original album release), much of the Coppola music all too clearly reveals its inspirations (Tomita, Holst, Wagner, Stravinsky) and the technical limitations of the relatively primitive synth technology involved (mirrored in a pair of newly recorded tracks as well). --Jerry McCulley (Amazon review)


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Saturday, March 27, 2021

A Martin Scorsese from the original soundtrack...composed by Philip Glass


For the second of 1997's dueling Buddhist epics (the other being Seven Days in Tibet, scored by John Williams), director Martin Scorsese made a wise--if commercially challenging--choice in tapping noted minimalist composer Philip Glass to score Kundun. Glass is the perfect choice here; his own Buddhist beliefs play a key role in meshing image and music. Glass's familiar compositional techniques are wedded on Kundun to a sensitive use of ethnic instruments and the voices of the Gyuto Monks, adding an aura of spiritual power missing from most Hollywood fare.

Eighteen tracks traverse a wide stylistic field, accumulating a symphonic sweep.... Glass is no stranger to Tibetan culture: portentous, processional, but never pompous, he proves himself an ideal choice for this work. 


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Wednesday, March 24, 2021

Kate & from the motion picture...composed by Rolfe Kent


Rolfe Kent provides an outstanding score for this James Mangold(director/screenwriter) story from Steve Rogers(original story/screenwriter). 

With shades of Henry Mancini, various cues take a fun, quirky and comedy with sprinkles of romance, like "Charade" or "Man's Favorite Sport", much like Mancini, Rolfe lends a flavor of JAZZ, WALTZES and even MARCHES, that seems to fit and work...just give a listen to "YOU DID SO GREAT"(Kate's Theme), like something out of another Mancini film "The Great Race". What Rolfe has done for this picture is to give it texture and fabric that pulls off many scenes. So "film-score-buff" collectors, if it's good've come to the right place for comedy, light and whimsical Henry Mancini lives through Rolfe Kent.

1     –Rolfe Kent     A Clock In New York     1:25
2     –Rolfe Kent     I Want Him Resplendent     1:25
3     –Rolfe Kent     Leopold Chases Stuart To Brooklyn     1:54
4     –Rolfe Kent     That Was Your Best?     1:17
5     –Rolfe Kent     Let's Go!     3:03
6     –Rolfe Kent     Leopold Sees The Completed Bridge     0:48
7     –Rolfe Kent     "You Did So Great" (Kate's Theme)     1:18
8     –Rolfe Kent     Galloping     1:21
9     –Rolfe Kent     "Dearest Kate..."     2:13
10     –Rolfe Kent     Prolixin / Leopold & Charlie Buy Flowers     2:20
11     –Rolfe Kent     Charlie Wins Patrice, Leopold Wins Kate     3:41
12     –Rolfe Kent     Secret Drawer     2:00
13     –Rolfe Kent     Time For Bed     2:14
14     –Rolfe Kent     Charlie Realizes Leopold Was For Real - 1876     1:31
15     –Rolfe Kent     Kate Goes To The Awards     2:24
16     –Rolfe Kent     Kate Sees The Pictures - "I Have To Go"     2:53
17     –Rolfe Kent     "You Have To Cross The Girder"     1:51
18     –Rolfe Kent     Back In 1876 - Waltz     2:11
19     –Jula Bell     Back Where I Belong     2:49
20     –Sting     Until...     3:08

 Kate & Leopold

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Friday, March 12, 2021

Anatomy of A Murder..from the sound track of the motion by Duke Ellington


With DUKE ELLINGTON and Billy Strayhorn at the helm, there is no question that the soundtrack to one of the most controversial Hollywood films of its time will take the listener's breath away. 

Released in 1959, the film, Anatomy Of A Murder, was banned in various American cities because of its language and sexual and violent references. But the soundtrack to the film stood out at the very beginning, being one of the best jazz compositions out of all: it lures deep, seductive and eloquent, like the scent of a femme fatale. 

 Anatomy of A Murder

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Friday, March 5, 2021

Crash....original motion picture by Mark Isham

Mark Isham ‎– Crash (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Genre: Electronic, Stage & Screen
Style: Ambient, Modern Classical, Score
Release Date: 7 Jun 2005

–Mark Isham     Crash     3:21
–Mark Isham     Go Forth My Son     0:57
–Mark Isham     Hands In Plain Sight     3:48
–Mark Isham     ... Safe Now     1:04
–Mark Isham     No Such Things As Monsters     3:59
–Mark Isham     Find My Baby     4:24
–Mark Isham     Negligence     2:56
–Mark Isham     Flames     7:59
–Mark Isham     Siren     4:41
–Mark Isham     A Really Good Cloak     3:29
–Mark Isham     A Harsh Warning     2:51
–Mark Isham     Saint Christopher     1:56
–Mark Isham     Sense Of Touch     6:44
–Bird York     In The Deep     5:56
–Stereophonics     Maybe Tomorrow     4:34


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Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Fifty Shades of Grey The Classical selected by author E L James


–Paris Opéra-Comique Orchestra*     Lakmé: Flower Duet     3:29
–Les Violons Du Roy     Keyboard Concerto In D Minor BWV 974: Adagio     3:58
–The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra     Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5: Aria (Cantileña) - Adagio     6:05
–Philharmonic Orchestra*     La Traviata: Prelude     3:51
–Academy Of St. Martin In The Fields*     Canon In D     4:56
–The Tallis Scholars     Spem In Alium     9:43
–Samson François     Prélude Op.28, No. 4 In E Minor     1:42
–City Of Birmingham Symphony*     Piano Concerto No. 2 In C Minor, Op.18: Adagio Sostenuto     4:30
–London Philharmonic Orchestra*     Fantasia On A Theme By Thomas Tallis: Opening     6:11
–English Chamber Orchestra     Chants D'Auvergne: Baïlèro     6:39
–Samson François     Nocturne No.1 In B Bémol Minor Op. 9     5:12
–King's College Choir, Cambridge* / English Chamber Orchestra     Requiem Op. 48: In Paradisum     3:26
–Maria Tipo     Goldberg Variations BWV 988: Aria     3:03
–Dame Moura Lympany     Préludes: La Fille Aux Cheveux De Lin     2:35
–Alexis Weissenberg     Cantata No. 147 (Transcribed By Myra Hess) - Jesu, Joy Of Man's Desiring     3:30

 Fifty Shades

Monday, February 1, 2021

The Man Who Fell To Earth...original soundtrack by Stomu Yamashta and John Phillips


1     –Stomu Yamash'ta     Poker Dice    
2     –Louis Armstrong     Blueberry Hill    
3     –John Phillips     Jazz II    
4     –Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra     Venus: The Bringer of Peace    
5     –John Phillips     Boys From The South    
6     –Stomu Yamash'ta     33 1/3    
7     –John Phillips     Rhumba Boogie    
8     –Kingston Trio     Try To Remember    
9     –Stomu Yamash'ta     Mandala    
10     –John Phillips     America    
11     –Stomu Yamash'ta     Wind Words    
12     –John Phillips     Jazz    
13     –Stomu Yamash'ta     One Way    
14     –John Phillips     Space Capsule    
15     –John Phillips     Bluegrass Breakdown    
16     –John Phillips     Desert Shack    
17     –Stomu Yamash'ta     Memory of Hiroshima    
18     –John Phillips     Window    
19     –John Phillips     Alberto    
20     –Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra     Mars: The Bringer of War    
21     –John Phillips     Liar, Liar    
22     –John Phillips     Hello, Marry Lou    
23     –Robert Farnon     Silent Night    
24     –Genevieve Waite     Love Is Coming Back    
25     –John Phillips     The Man Who Fell To Earth

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Saturday, January 23, 2021

Lisa Gerrard And Pieter Bourke ‎– The Insider (Music From The Motion Picture)


Released: 26 Oct 1999
Genre: Electronic, Jazz, Classical, Folk, World & Country, Stage & Screen
Style: Contemporary Jazz, Contemporary, Soundtrack, Score, Ambient, Downtempo, Folk 

1     –Lisa Gerrard And Pieter Bourke     Tempest     2:51
2     –Lisa Gerrard And Pieter Bourke     Dawn Of The Truth     1:59
3     –Lisa Gerrard And Pieter Bourke     Sacrifice     7:41
4     –Lisa Gerrard And Pieter Bourke     The Subordinate     1:17
5     –Lisa Gerrard And Pieter Bourke     Exile     1:39
6     –Lisa Gerrard And Pieter Bourke     The Silencer     1:38
7     –Lisa Gerrard And Pieter Bourke     Broken     2:03
8     –Lisa Gerrard And Pieter Bourke     Faith     3:01
9     –Graeme Revell     I'm Alone On This     2:02
10     –Graeme Revell     LB In Montana     0:50
11     –Graeme Revell     Palladino Montage     0:45
12     –Gustavo Santaolalla     Iguazu     3:12
13     –Lisa Gerrard And Pieter Bourke     Liquid Moon     4:05
14     –Jan Garbarek     Rites     5:34
15     –Massive Attack     Safe From Harm (Perfecto Mix)     8:14
16     –Lisa Gerrard And Pieter Bourke     Meltdown     5:40

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Monday, January 18, 2021 from the soundtrack of The Who by The Who and various artists


Quadrophenia is the soundtrack album to the 1979 film Quadrophenia which refers to the 1973 rock opera Quadrophenia. It was initially released on Polydor Records in 1979 as a cassette and LP and was re-released as a compact disc in 1993 and 2001. The album was dedicated to Peter Meaden, a prominent Mod and first manager of The Who, who had died a year prior to the album's release.

The album contains ten of the seventeen tracks from the original rock opera Quadrophenia. These are different mixes than those that appear on the 1973 album as they were remixed in 1979 by John Entwistle. The most notable difference is the track "The Real Me" (used for the title sequence of the film) which features a different bass track, more prominent vocals and a more definite ending, which was part of the original recording but faded out on the previous mix. Most of the tracks are also edited to be slightly shorter. 

The soundtrack also includes three tracks by The Who that did not appear on the 1973 album – "Four Faces", "Get Out and Stay Out" and "Joker James". The latter two songs marked Kenney Jones's first on-record appearance with The Who after taking over on drums for the late Keith Moon. "Four Faces" was only one of two outtakes recorded during the original 1973 sessions but unused at the time - The other being "We Close Tonight", which eventually was released on the remastered version of Odds & Sods. 

1     –The Who     I Am The Sea     2:03
2     –The Who     The Real Me     3:28
3     –The Who     I'm One     2:40
4     –The Who     5:15     4:50
5     –The Who     Love Reign O'er Me     5:11
6     –The Who     Bellboy     4:35
7     –The Who     I've Had Enough     6:11
8     –The Who     Helpless Dancer     0:22
9     –The Who     Doctor Jimmy     7:31
10     –The High Numbers     Zoot Suit     2:00
11     –Cross Section     Hi Heel Sneakers     2:46
12     –The Who     Get Out And Stay Out     2:36
13     –The Who     Four Faces     3:20
14     –The Who     Joker James     3:13
15     –The Who     The Punk And The Godfather     3:21
16     –James Brown     Night Train     3:38
17     –The Kingsmen     Louie Louie     2:41
18     –Booker T & The MG'S     Green Onions     2:46
19     –The Cascades      Rhythm Of The Rain     2:28
20     –The Chiffons     He's So Fine     1:52
21     –The Ronettes     Be My Baby     2:30
22     –The Crystals     Da Doo Ron Ron     2:09
23     –The High Numbers     I'm The Face     2:28 

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Monday, January 11, 2021

East of Everything (TV series) soundtrack by Machine Translations and various artists


soundtrack from Australian TV series "East of Everything" with original music by Machine Translations (J Walker) and various folk/indie artists.

1-1     –Machine Translations     A Most Peculiar Place    
1-2     –Machine Translations     Art Comes Home    
1-3     –Howlin' Wind     Road To Agra    
1-4     –Azo Bell     Long Road    
1-5     –Art Of Fighting     Reasons Are All I Have Left    
1-6     –The Church     Under The Milky Way    
1-7     –Lior     This Old Love    
1-8     –Mia Dyson     Choose    
1-9     –Juzzie Smith     Weather    
1-10     –Azo Bell     Spiderwalk    
1-11     –Sara Tindley     Waza    
1-12     –Jen Cloher & The Endless Sea     Better Off Dancing    
1-13     –Machine Translations     Trailer Music    
1-14     –Machine Translations     Best Office In The World    
1-15     –Machine Translations     Art And Eve's Theme    
1-16     –Sime Nugent & The Forefathers     Something Else    
1-17     –Jesse Younan     Forever    
1-18     –Machine Translations     Bev Comes Home 

2-1     –Custom Kings     Something Burning    
2-2     –Jackie Marshall      Fresh Meat    
2-3     –Sara Tindley     Heart It Was A Desert    
2-4     –Andrew Kidman     Blood On Your Shadow    
2-5     –Machine Translations     Eve's Confusion    
2-6     –Machine Translations     Horse Story Pts 1 & 2    
2-7     –Marshall And The Fro     Get Up (Raise Your head)    
2-8     –Machine Translations     Art On The Rocks    
2-9     –Machine Translations     Don't Give Up On Me ... Just Yet    
2-10     –Jesse Younan     Queeny    
2-11     –King Curly     What A Beautiful Day    
2-12     –Sara Tindley     House By The Sea    
2-13     –Sime Nugent & The Forefathers     The Undertow    
2-14     –Machine Translations     Court Scene    
2-15     –Juzzie Smith     Happy Daze    
2-16     –Andrew Kidman     Light Inside Of You    
2-17     –Sara Tindley     Somewhere    
2-18     –G. Wayne Thomas     Mourning Of The Earth


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Monday, January 4, 2021

Queen Mandukhai, The Wise (Original Soundtracks) music composed by Jantsannorov Natsag


Queen Mandukhai, The Wise (Original Soundtracks) was originally released in 1988. The music was composed by Mongolian musicologist and composer Jantsannorov Natsag. The music pieces from the film soundtrack let you listen to the efforts of the composer to express the music tradition, the history of Mongolia, historical personalities, the historical events and occurrences and the way of thinking on the level of musi-thinking of modern times. 

Jantsannorov Natsag is a modern social and cultural personality. He studied and graduated from the Kiev Conservatory of Ukraine as a composer and musicologist in 1979 and has composed hundreds of music compositions, including popular songs, compositions for singers, solo music and ballet, as well as dozens of film soundtracks.

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