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Stanley Myers - Otley - Music from the Film Score (1968/2018) Hi Res

Today, 21:05
2018 | Soundtrack | Oldies | FLAC / APE | HD & Vinyl


Artist:
Title: Otley - Music from the Film Score
Year Of Release: 1968/2018
Label: RCA/Legacy
Genre: Soundtracks
Quality: FLAC (tracks) | 24Bit/192 kHz FLAC
Total Time: 00:31:42
Total Size: 195 mb | 1.1 gb
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Tracklist:

01. Homeless Bones
02. Mock-Baroque
03. Fuzz
04. Mock-Baroque-Rock
05. Persian-Version
06. Tell Her You Love Her (Instrumental)
07. Tell Her You Love Her (Vocal)
08. The Pete Murray Late Late Late Show
09. Music to Pass Your Driving Test To
10. Sauna-Corner (I've Just Got to Get a Message to You)
11. The Good, The Bad and the Simply Disgusting
12. The Return of Gerald Authur Otley

Stanley Myers, who got his start in television with such series as Z-Cars and Doctor Who, was a fairly prolific and highly versatile composer who could score gentle classic moods as easily as rousing action sequences. He is perhaps best known for his music for The Deer Hunter, particularly the moving "Cavatina" (which has been repeatedly covered), but he is also notable for scoring a series of films directed by Nicholas Roeg, with the score album for Insignificance being very much in demand since its release.

Stanley Myers has a very unique way of scoring a movie (see 'Kaleidescope' for example). Otley is no exception. The album is a mix of instrumental tracks in an uptempo 1960s easy-pop style, baroque strings, dialogue and vocal numbers. One for lovers of easy listening, Sound Gallery-style music, and strange soundtracks.





mufty77   User offline   Today, 22:09  


Many thanks for HD tracks.

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