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(London MS-82009 USA 1967 VG+ 400:-)

A fantastic soundtrack for an incredibly groovy film – a landmark British comedy that received some sublime musical treatment from Dudley Moore – who was one of the stars of the movie! Moore's a surprisingly great jazz pianist, and provides a rich blend of jazz instrumentals, groovy larger cuts, and a few wild vocal tracks with a mad mad sound! The album's well-remembered for the fuzzy-breakbeat classic "Bedazzled" and Peter Cook's vocal on the mad rocker "Love Me" – and other tracks are a perfect blend of styles that recall the best of Henry Mancini or Neal Hefti from the same time – the best 60s blend of jazz, mod, and loungey styles.

This is the STEREO issue of the original soundtrack vinyl; both sleeve and vinyl are in Excellent condition!
Dario Argento: Blood is Red
(Dagored 013252-000058 Ita-08 EX 1750:-)

This box includes five 180g LPs, including the soundtracks to "Il Gato A Nove Code", "Quattro Mosche Di Velluto Grigio", "Profondo Rosso", "Suspiria" and "Tenebre". It features music by Ennio Morricone and (of course) Goblin, the undisputed kings of European horror scores.

Limited edition of 250 copies, records are housed in a white plastic briefcase. This Box Set contains the prior Dagored reissues with same catalogue numbers.
Italian Job, The
(Paramount SPFL-256 UK-69 EX 800:-)

The great soundtrack from Quincy Jones to the cult UK heist movie The Italian Job starring Michael "You're only supposed to blow the bloody doors off!" Caine, Noel Coward and Benny Hill (Big! Big!).

Quincy Jones has composed a variety of styles to accompany the on-screen action, but the tune we all know and love is the anthemic "Getta Bloomin' Move On!" (The Self Preservation Society) and its accompanying instrumental theme that plays whilst those cute, cool little Mini Coopers race about Turin.
(Viking VIF-5002 Swe-72 VG+ 500:-)

Lee Hazelwood is a strange guy. A producer in the '50s and a singer-songwriter in the '60s and '70s, he has fashioned an utterly unique composite by combining cowboy themes, rockabilly, ballads, and richly orchestrated pop with his clever, honest, and sometimes oblique lyrics.

In 1970, Hazelwood traveled to Sweden to collaborate with director Tobjorn Axelman. For one of these ventures, Hazelwood wrote the music for and starred in "Smoke", which deals with a group of Americans who live together in an old mansion somewhere in Sweden spend their time between working at the local airplane plant and hanging out with their revolutionary friends.

Original Swedish pressing. The sleeve shows general wear; the vinyl has a pair of inaudible marks.
Some like it Hot
(United Artists UAL-4030 US-59 EX 300:-)

This classic 1959 comedy about two musicians (Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis) disguised as women on the run from the mob has become one of the world's best loved Hollywood comedies. Marilyn Monroe sings three songs on the swinging soundtrack, including the ever-popular favorite "I Wanna Be Loved By You".

Original US MONO pressing; both sleeve and vinyl are graded EX.
WB: 50 Years of Film
(Warner 3XX-2737 US-73 275:-)

The three LPs in 50 YEARS OF FILM MUSIC are housed in a durable slimline case with a front cover that has a slightly-erotic Art Deco-inspired foil silhouette. Each album is in a heavy stock paper sleeve with contents on one side that include bios and trivia for every selection. Audio is dubbed from original nitrate and magnetic masters held in the Warner Bros. archives. Original vocals and dialogue are included.

The text of a profusely illustrated 24-page 12" × 12" book concerns a typical day in 1938 at Warner's recording studio, where Erich Korngold is rehearsing music for THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD. His composing technique is compared to Max Steiner's. There's also information on Dimitri Tiomkin, Franz Waxman, Ray Heindorf and other musical luminaries contracted to the studio.
Willie Dynamite
(MCA MCA-393 US-74 EX 600:-)

One of the greatest soundtracks of the blacksploitation era – served up with some incredible grooves from maestro JJ Johnson!

The album's got a non-stop, hard-hitting groove that ranks it with the best of its time – and which is arguably even better, because most of the record isn't nearly as well known as "Shaft", "Superfly", or other classics. Martha Reeves sings some of the deepest vocals of her career on the great title track "Willie D" – an old sample cut that you're sure to recognize – and the instrumental tunes are even better, filled with great percussion and jazzy flourishes from JJ – in a style that really keeps things interesting!

Original US pressing.