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Jack Parnell And His Orchestra - Great Film Scores Of The 70's mp3

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Interprète: Jack Parnell And His Orchestra
Titre: Great Film Scores Of The 70's
Pays: UK
Publié sur: 1974
Style: Funk, Easy Listening, Theme, Soundtrack
Catégorie: Jazz / Soul / Télé
Classement: 4.6
Catalogue #: SPR 90056
Label: Music For Pleasure

Tracklist

1Enter The Dragon
2Sword For Your Supper
3The Entertainer
4Tubular Bells (Theme From "The Exorcist")
5Sail The Summer Winds (Theme From "The Dove")
6What I'll Do
7Free As The Wind (Theme From "Papillon")
Written-By – Jerry Goldsmith
8The Way We Were
9Live And Let Die
10Lady Sings The Blues
11Poor People
12Beyond Tomorrow (Theme From "Serpico")


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SPR 90056Jack Parnell And His Orchestra Great Film Scores Of The '70's ‎(LP)Music For PleasureSPR 90056UK1974
AXIS 6181Jack Parnell And His Orchestra Great Film Scores Of The '70's ‎(LP)Axis AXIS 6181Australia1974


Crédits

  • ProducerAnton Kwiatkowski
  • Recorded ByPeter Bown


Notes

Recorded at EMI Studios, Abbey Road, London

please note: although it has the same catalogue number, this is a different release to the one with an alternative cover design featuring likenesses of the actors in the films that the themes were written for.


Video


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