Soundtracks Anybody?

Does anybody particularly enjoy listening to soundtracks?

I don’t see any thread in particular devoted to soundtracks, which leads me to believe people here aren’t interested.

However, I would like to see a dedicated thread for soundtracks - what soundtrack are we listening to now, if there was some interest.

I love soundtrack music!!!

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I just posted this one in the other thread.

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And, of course, this one.

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This second volume for Babylon Berlin is fantastic!

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Oh - we’ve started. :smiley:

I was returning thinking perhaps I’d start a poll. Instead…this is what’s playing now…

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is one I keep going back to. But, for sheer music fun:

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…and this too.

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@wkimbel87

I think Paris Texas was the first soundtrack I truly loved. It helped I felt the same about the film.

I would say that today, most of the soundtracks I listen to, I have not seen. I just enjoy the music.

@Rugby

Looks interesting, I’ll try and give Guardians a listen. :sunglasses:

Killer Funky ‘Library’ music

And, I really like the sound bites throughout with that Cockney accent. Dennis Waterman has had not just a long, but an illustrious acting career.

Sweeney

And for anybody mildly interested in library/lounge of that era the albums include some well known session players such as:
Johnny Hawksworth
Brian Bennett
Herbie Flowers
And more

This is one of my favourite soundtracks; I also like the movie very much.

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@Stampie
Can’t say I know Alberto Iglesias, but that review has really sparked my interest. I especially like that word ‘brooding’ . Looking forward to hearing this release. :sunglasses:

Thank you!

Ennio Morricone
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Menage All'Italia

I can’t find anything remotely like a review for this soundtrack & Roon agree’s - zip.

Fairly solid soundtrack for a lousy Italian supposedly ‘comedic’ movie. I am a Morricone collector (or was), so I find it fairly hard to judge/rank many of his albums. There is sort of a trademark sound to many, typically depending on the genre of the movie. So, this is far from a standout in his vast array of releases. Nevertheless, it’s enjoyable, albeit somewhat familiar.

Blame Roon’s for this selection.

(Typo in the album art - Anna Moffo - Anno)

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