Annie Philippe, Claudine Longet, Jacqueline Taieb, Sylvie Vartan, France Gall, Françoise Hardy, Jocelyne, Clothilde, Nicoletta, Charlotte Leslie entre outras cantoras da cena musical/beat francesa dos anos 60 e 70 serão o destaque da nossa discotecagem do dia 31 de agosto. :: ENTRADA LIVRE!
Come again!?! Been busy in the studio lately having fun dropping gems from my vinyl collection into mixes for you all. This time, something super close to my heart....soundtracks from the 1960's and 1970's!
Moody, funky and beautifully orchestrated by masters in their craft. Enjoy! Link below.
For the drive to trivia night No. 2.
Everyone always forgets that before Cumberbatch and before Miller, we got this little 80's gem from the director of Good Morning, Vietnam and Rain Man. Steven Spielberg executive produced and composer Bruce Broughton gave us his finest work. It also contained the first instance of big-budget CGI used in a major motion picture. (Remember the walking stained glass window?)
Released on cassette and vinyl in 1985, the same year as the movie, the soundtrack was a small novelty and was quickly forgotten. Then in 2002, promotional copies from Broughton were made available to friends and family, which obviously ended up on the internet and eBay. These also disappeared rapidly.
Then in 2014, the soundtrack label Intrada finally released a 2-disc set containing every note of music composed for the film, remastered and with a few extras. This is of course, when I grabbed it up, and suprisingly, it's still readily available on the Intrada site.
The whole film is really just a Temple Of Doom ripoff, but who cares? The music is phenomenal and it's Spielberg approved. What else do you need?
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Banda sonora: Jane Eyre.
A veces las comparaciones son buenas. Versión de 2011 con música de Dario Marianelli, version de 1970 de John Williams y 1943 de Bernard Herrmann. Tres formas de entender la música y el cine. Tres obras maestras.