Breaking Bad: Original Score Vol.2 includes selections from across the series with a focus on the fifth and final season, hand-picked by composer Dave Porter to correspond to the most pivotal moments of the show.
1. Breaking Bad ìSunsetî End Credits
2. The Bike Lock
4. 308 Negra Arroyo Lane
5. Eyeball in the Drawer
7. Building a Bomb
8. Dead Freight
10. White House Visit
11. Almost Alaska
13. Gas Can Rage
14. Circling the Square
16. Hank's Last Stand
17. Chained Dog
18. We're a Family
19. The Final Hat
20. Dimple Pinch Neat
Unreleased Soundtrack – Vinyl Includes Full Length DVD Of The Original Movie
Music by Roland Barker (Ministry, Revolting Cocks, Blackouts) and Bill Rieflin (Ministry, King Crimson, Blackouts)
Remastered From The Original 24-Track Recordings
Orpheus’ journey to the underworld is reworked as a post-apocalyptic skate rock-opera in this 1989 cult classic. The mortal world faces imminent destruction when Hades unleashes an evil television signal that sublimates and kills its viewers. These hypnotic broadcasts from the EUTHANASIA BROADCAST NETWORK are seducing the masses – except skateboard-guitarist Orpheus and his band of “SHREDDERS” who can see through this nefarious scheme. To save the world and his kidnapped wife Orpheus must penetrate the world of the dead and free the television airwaves. Armed with a futuristic guitar and a skateboard from hell, Orpheus storms onto the EBN stage to liberate the airwaves and rescue his wife.
Shredder Orpheus features many Seattle performance luminaries including Seattle poet/performance artist Steven Jesse Bernstein (Sub Pop), and Robert McGinley in the title role. The 17 music cues weave together a blend of Barker’s hypnotic synthesizer compositions with blistering skate rock tunes featuring virtuosic guitar work by Dennis Rea and precision percussion and bass by Rieflin and Amy Denio.
1. Ramp Out
2. Overture: Skate Percussion
3. Worm Song
4. Orpheus and Eurydice Love Scene
5. Lazy River Styx
6. It's Art Dear
7. Don't Look Back
9. Flying Guitars
10. Magic Waters
11. Oracle Arrives
12. Ripping the Tarmac
13. To The Underworld
14. Together At Last
15. Blowing Up EBN Signal
16. Head In Water
17. Ramp Out Reprise
Extensive And Exclusive Liner Notes By Andy Votel, Original Artwork And Rare Photos/Ephemera
The missing link in the Morricone / Gruppo discography. Their originally unreleased avant / cacophonic score to Elio Petri’s manic Artsploitation masterpiece was the first and last time Morricone and Il Gruppo would co-sign an OST/session. Conducted by Bruno Nicolai with vocalisations by Edda Dell’Orso and drums by Vincenzo Restuccia, A Quiet Place In The Countryis anhistoric (and quite forgotten) recording that sees Il Gruppo in their key gestational phase just prior to recordings for Deutsche Grammophon, RCA Italiana (The Feed-Back) and the magnificent unreleased session, Niente. Featuring Gruppo di Improvvisazione Nuova Consananza members Franco Evangelisti, Mario Bertoncini, Egisto Macchi, Ennio Morricone, John Heineman and Walter Branchi and recorded at Forum Studios Roma 1968. Remastered 2014 from the Original Stereo Album Master Tapes (originally prepared by Morricone for a 1968 LP release but for reasons unknown not issued at the time).
2. Un tranquillo posto di campagna
3. Il fantasma di Wanda
5. L'automobile della contessina
6. Vuoi essere felice
7. I sogni dell'artista
8. Delirio primo
9. Lo Spirito di Wanda
10. Delirio secondo
11. Musica per undici violini
12. Un amore violento
It is a proud day for Death Waltz Recording Company as we prepare to release a score by one of the biggest composers in film music history. Ennio Morricone has produced masterpiece after masterpiece, but none so creatively unsettling as his score to this 1971 Lucio Fulci giallo. Like many of Fulci’s movies, Lizard blurs the line between dreams and reality, and Morricone’s music is as unhinged as the film itself, mixing post-sixties funk and jazz with increasingly uncomfortable effects to provide a haunting and biting backdrop for this turn of the century thriller.
1. La lucertola
2. Magia nera
3. Giorno di notte
4. La lucertola
5. Che strano
7. Notte di giorno
9. Spostato ad est
10. A Lucio Fulci
12. Ancora ad est
13. Sole sulla pelle
14. Nenia per una bambola
15. Che strano - II version
16. Giorno di notte
18. Fondate paure
20. A Lucio Fulci
21. La lucertola
22. Che strano
23. Notte di giorno
24. La lucertola
RIAA GOLD Certified ELF Soundtrack has scanned over 680K RTD...and continues to scan 50K each Holiday Season, 12 years after it's original
release. The soundtrack features holiday standards ("Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow" -Lena Horne and "Sleigh Ride" - Ella Fitzgerald, & many more), Classic
tracks ("Nothing From Nothing" - Billy Preston, "Pennies From Heaven" - Louis Prima & more), as well as "Baby It's Cold Outside" - Leon Redbone &
Zooey Deschanel, which is not available on any other release.
1. Jingle Bells - Jim Reeves
2. Baby It's Cold Outside - Leon Redbone & Zooey Deschanel
3. Sleigh Ride / Santa Claus Party - Les Baxter Feat. Ferrante & Teicher
4. Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow - Lena Horne
5. Sleigh Ride - Ella Fitzgerald
6. Pennies From Heaven - Louis Prima
7. Nothing From Nothing - Billy Preston
8. Santa Claus Is Coming To Town - Eddy Arnold
9. Winter Wonderland - Leon Redbone
10. Santa Baby - Eartha Kitt
11. Christmas Island - Leon Redbone
12. The Nutcracker Suite - Brian Setzer
The film “Dark Skies” is a world where the threat is not supernatural but alien in context. This powerful new score by Joseph Bishara, composer of “Insidious” and “The Conjuring” (in theaters this summer) sonically blends horror sensibilities with tense science fiction overtones as waves of static rise and swell to silent stops, unrecognizable sound manipulations soar while strings, winds, and crystal bowls hold open a reality that suggests the terrifying is also staggeringly fascinating.
1. Two Possibilities
2. Dark Skies
3. Night Ride
4. Now Try To Go To Sleep
6. Grey Over
7. Night Visit
8. Missing Time
9. Found Agape
10. Geometric Branding
11. Not In Control
12. The Disturbances
13. Night Ride 2
15. Day House
16. The Missing
17. Command Control
Sound Restoring And Master Done By Roberto Zamori At Film Music Art Studio
Quando Le Donne Avevano La Coda (When Women Had Tails) is the soundtrack to a bad Italian ripoff of One Million Years BC (Raquel Welch invents stoneage bikini etc) recorded in the late 1960s when Morricone was at the height of his psychedelic period.
The music is colorful (that’s an understatement!), bouncy, gooey, and completely irresistible. To Morricone fans, this is worth whatever you’d have to pay to get hold of it.
More than this, Quando Le Donne Avevano La Coda is one of the rarest Morricone’ scores, with original copies changing hands for 500 euro!!! Originally released by CAM in 1970, it never gets a vinyl reissue since then. Orchestra directed by Bruno Nicolai, featuring Alessandroni’s Cantori Moderni.
1. When Women Had Tails
2. Birth Of "Filly"
3. Scandal Of "Filly"
4. Marcetta Of The Seven
5. The Flirts
6. Ulli, Grrr, Maluc, Put, Uto, Zog And Kao
7. Ballet Of The Egg
8. Scandal Of "Filly"
9. Pantomime Of The Cavern
11. Beginning Of Joy
Dario Argento’s ‘opera prima’ ‘L’uccello dalle piume di cristallo’ was premiered in 1970 and marked an historical and revolutionary debut, being a truly original and innovative thriller. The stylistic choices of Argento mark a clear step forward from the thrillers of that era and even the soundtrack was something utterly special.
Argento assigned the score to Ennio Morricone, composer of the soundtracks for ‘Comandamenti per un gangster’, ‘C’era una volta il west’, ‘Metti, una sera a cena’ ‘Un esercito di 5 uomini’ and ‘La stagione dei sensi’, which Argento had already written the screenplay of. For this movie the maestro adopted a particular style that draws heavily on contemporary music and on the studies of his Gruppo di Improvvisazione Nuova Consonanza. With ‘L’uccello dalle piume di cristallo’ Morricone develops this approach and defines a ‘formula’: he alternates traditional songs, built around an easy and immediate melody used as a leitmotiv, with avant-garde and abstract tracks that amplify the state of uneasiness and fear of the viewers of tension and violence sequences.
Cinevox released this soundtrack on an LP with 10 tracks in the spring of 1971 when ‘Il gatto a nove code’ was already a big hit in the Italian cinemas. The record was originally issued in mono, with different tracks from the Stereo US version. This is the first vinyl reissue featuring the original score in Stereo, enclosed in a brand new artwork made by Adventprod studios!
1. Piume di cristallo
2. Non rimane più nessuno
3. Corsa sui tetti
4. Se sei stonato...
5. Svolta drammatica
6. Fraseggio senza struttura
7. La città si risveglia
8. L'uccello dalle piume di cristallo
9. Silenzio nel caos
10. Violenza inattesa
Mastered By Bernie Grundman From The Original Analog Master Tapes & Pressed At RTI!
Numbered Deluxe Laminated Gatefold Jackets!
Newly remastered by Bernie Grundman on his completely upgraded all analogue mastering system and reissued on audiophile 45rpm LP for the first time!
Grammy winning soundtrack from the 1990 Academy Award and Golden Globe winning film contains music composed and conducted by John Barry.
For the Dances With Wolves Soundtrack, John Barry won the 1991 Academy Award for Best Original Score and the 1992 Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Composition Written for a Motion Picture or for Television.
This title not eligible for discount.
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1. Main Title - Looks Like A Suicide
2. the John Dunbar theme
3. Journey To Fort Sedgewick
4. Ride to Fort Hays
5. The Death of Timmons
6. Two Socks - The Wolf Theme
7. Pawnee Attack
8. Kicking Bird's Gift
9. Journey To the Buffalo Killing Ground
10. The Buffalo Hunt
11. Stands With a Fist Remembers
12. The Love Theme
13. The John Dunbar Theme
14. Two Socks At Play
15. The Death of Cisco
16. Rescue of Dances with Wolves
17. The Loss of the Journal and the Return To Winter Camp
18. Farewell and End Title
Features a mix of Lyle Workman songs written for the film and killer tracks from Sergio Mendes & Brasil 66, Rick James, The Bar-Keys and more. Numbered edition of 2000 on double vinyl, 3 sides of music, one side a stunning screen print!
Lyle Workman - Super What?
The Bar-Kays - Too Hot To Stop
Lyle Workman - Seth Pulls Into Lot
Lyle Workman - Cops See Fogel's ID/ Seth Saves Evan
Jean Knight - Do Me
Lyle Workman - Flashback Party Weekend
Curtis Mayfield - P.S. I Love You
Lyle Workman - Evan Runs
Lyle Workman - Sleeping Bags
Lyle Workman - Like A Pimp
The Roots f/ Malik B. & Dice Raw - Here I Come
Lyle Workman - Seth Runs On Track
Rick James - Bustin' Out (On Funk)
Lyle Workman - Evan's Basement Jam
Sergio Mendes & Brasil 66 - Roda
Lyle Workman - Goldslick/Seth Fantasy
The Bar-Kays - Soul Finger
Lyle Workman - Funk McLovin
Includes Highlights From Seasons 1-5, Handpicked By Composer Dave Porter.
Packaged In A Deluxe Full Color Gatefold Jacket.
Includes Extensive Liner Notes From Composer Dave Porter.
First time on vinyl for the score to this staggeringly popular program. Breaking Bad has received widespread critical acclaim and is considered one of the greatest TV series of all time. The show is now among the most-watched series on American television, with audience numbers having doubled year after year, culminating in a series finale watched by approximately 10 million viewers. year over year.
1. Breaking Bad - Main Title Theme (Extended)
2. Matches in the Pool
3. Smoking Jesse's Pot
4. Gray Matter
5. The Morning After
6. Three Days Out
8. Baby's Coming
9. Jane's Demise
10. The Cousins
11. Hank in Pursuit
12. The Long Walk Alone (Heisenberg's Theme)
13. Searching for Jesse
15. Four Corners / Waiting for the End
16. Jesse in Mexico
17. Crawl Space
18. Parking Garage Standoff
19. Cleaning House
In his first hour-long Comedy Central album, Kyle Kinane contemplates the existence of God, and the true meaning of being delivered an unsliced pizza. This album is full with all sorts of extra Kyle. So buy this limited edition vinyl of Whiskey Icarus, because you deserve it.
1. Detroit Rock City
2. King of the Night Time World
3. God of Thunder
4. Great Expectations
5. Flaming Youth
6. Sweet Pain
7. Shout It Out Loud
9. Do You Love Me?
10. Rock and Roll Party
The soundtrack to Park Chan-Wook's cult classic, "Oldboy", is finally getting a proper vinyl release. This long awaited release is presented by writer/director Nicolas Winding Refn ("Drive", "Only God Forgives"). It is the first release in a series of classic soundtrack releases presented by Nicolas Winding Refn himself. Acclaimed illustrator Laurent Durieux (famous with the fans of Mondo) designed the whole packaging for the soundtrack to "Oldboy". The album is pressed on 180 gram red colored vinyl.
1. Look Who’s Talking
2. Somewhere In The Night
3. The Count Of Monte Cristo
4. Jailhouse Rock
5. In A Lonely Place
6. It’s Alive!
7. The Searchers
8. Cries And Whispers
8. For Whom The Bell Tolls
10. The Old Boy
11. Kiss Me Deadly
12. Farewell,my Lovely
13. The Big Sleep
14. The Last Waltz
The Giver is a 2014 American 'social science fiction' film directed by Phillip Noyce, based on the 1993 novel of same name by Lois Lowry. The film stars Jeff Bridges, Meryl Streep, Brenton Thwaites, Alexander Skarsgård, Odeya Rush, Katie Holmes, and Taylor Swift.
The film, based on Lois Lowry's book, tells the story of a perfect world. Everyone here is happy. When Jonas is 18 years old, he's chosen to be the community's Receiver of Memories. He enters into training with an old man called The Giver. From the Giver, Jonas learns about pain, sadness, war, and all the unhappy truths of the ''real'' world. He quickly realizes that his community is fake. Confronted with this reality, Jonas faces difficult choices about his own life and his future.
The score for The Giver was composed by veteran and prolific American composer Marco Beltrami, who recently provided the score for films like Carrie. The orchestral score is featured prominently in the movie, and is what makes the movie so powerful
1. Main Titles
2. Jonas Gets The Gig
4. Arriving at the Giver's
5. First Memory
6. Gabriel Arrives
7. Do You See It
8. Tray Ride
9. Happiness & Pain
10. What Is Love
12. The Kiss
13. Jonas Runs Away
14. Accelerated Training
15. Escape From The Nursery
16. Desert Ride
17. Capturing Jonas
18. The Mountain and Despair
20. End Credits
If I Stay is an American romantic drama film directed by R. J. Cutler, based on the novel of the same name by Gayle Forman. The film stars Chloë Grace Moretz, Mireille Enos, Jamie Blackley, Joshua Leonard, Stacy Keach, and Aisha Hinds. It was released on August 22, 2014.
The story: life changes in an instant for young Mia Hall after a car accident puts her in a coma. During an out-of-body experience, she must decide whether to wake up and live a life far different than she had imagined.
New York based Indie Rock producer Adam Lasus prefers recording on analog tape over digital. He produced six original songs and a cover of the song ''Today'' by Smashing Pumpkins, that were performed by the fictional band Willamette Stone in the movie led by Jamie Blackley's character Adam Wilde. Other songs on the If I Stay soundtrack include tracks by Sonic Youth, Beck and Tom Odell.
1. Who Needs You (The Orwells)
2. Until We Get There (Lucius)
3. I Want What You Have (Willamette Stone)
4. All of Me (Tanlines)
5. Promise (Ben Howard)
6. Never Coming Down (Willamette Stone)
7. Halo (Ane Brun / Linnea Olsson)
8. I Will Be There (Odessa)
9. Mind (Willamette Stone)
10. Morning (Beck)
1. I Never Wanted to Go (Willamette Stone)
2. Karen Revisited (Sonic Youth)
3. Today (Willamette Stone)
4. Heart Like Yours (Willamette Stone)
5. Heal (If I Stay Version) (Tom Odell)
6. Suite No. 1 in G Major for Solo (If I Stay Cast)
7. Cello Concerto in A Min, Op.33 (If I Stay Cast)
8. Sonata in B Minor, Op. 8 (Alisa Weilerstein)
First Ever Complete Release With All 30 Tracks Including All Tracks From The Original Japanese LP Plus A 2nd LP With 15 Bonus Tracks
LP Housed In Deluxe Stoughton “Tip-On” Gatefold Jacket
Liner Notes By Stelvio Cipriani
Stelvio Cipriani’s soundtrack for Ruggero Deodato’s “Concorde Affaire ’79” is a masterpiece, bringing together many diverse styles that the maestro perfected at his prime: propulsive motorik disco funk, epic soaring strings, smooth tropical jazz, ominous atmospheric industrial synthscapes, and more!
This limited edition replicates the rare original Japanese release and adds a second LP with 15 bonus tracks, creating a complete and definitive release of Cipriani’s finest hour. Also includes new liner notes by Cipriani himself! A first-class piece of Italian soundtrack history is now back in circulation.
343 Industries Senior Audio Director, Paul Lipson, accompanied by Lennie Moore, Tom Salta, Brian Trifton and Brian Lee White, in partnership with the
Skywalker Sound, have beautifully adapted and re-recorded the Martin O’Donnell and Michael Salvatori Halo 2 soundtrack for its 10 year anniversary.
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly is neither more nor less than the perfect soundtrack to the most wonderful of western movies, the third and final act of the "Dollar Trilogy" directed by Sergio Leone. A film not only rated among the best of the genre, but universally considered among the most successful in the history of cinema. Ennio Morricone, a higher caliber composer to whom each musician usually relates with the simple title of "Master", has here been able to be as meticulous as the director, composing a soundtrack that fits brilliantly to the bombastic and epic atmospheres of the film.
1. The Good, The Bad And The Ugly
2. The Sundown
3. The Strong
4. The Desert
5. The Carriage of The Spirits
7. The Story of A Soldier
8. Marcia Without Hope
9. The Death Of A Soldier
10. The Ecstasy Of Gold
11. The Trio
Live At Andrew’s House was recorded at Carnegie Hall on November 11, 2011, four months before Burr taped his third hour-long special, You People Are All The Same, on March 3, 2012. The album gives fans the opportunity to experience a landmark performance in Burr’s career and the early workings of a set that became Burr’s critically-acclaimed third special.
“As a stand-up comedian, to get to perform at Carnegie Hall is a milestone; so when I found out that I got that gig I knew I wanted to document the performance. Most of the material on this album is the same material that eventually became the special You People Are All The Same and I didn’t want to screw over people by putting out two DVD’s with similar material. So this is a special release of that performance that will be on vinyl only."
I'm Getting A Gun
What Are You Gonna Do?
Afraid Of Your Wife
Getting a Goat
Fatties and Alcoholics
No Reason to Hit A Woman
No Questions / Rihanna
Take a Knee
Gold Digging Whores
Platoon of Whores
The Alloy Orchestra double Live LP was recorded Direct-To-Acetate October, 12th in the Third Man Blue Room as the soundtrack to The Man With The Movie Camera Screening, cohosted by the Belcourt Theatre as part of the 2013 iNDie Festival.
It was only a lucky few iNDie Festival attendees who witnessed Alloy Orchestra's performance of their soundtrack to the 1929 silent film ''The Man with the Movie Camera'' in our Blue Room last Fall, so we are pleased to bring the recording to you in the form of a double LP. Alloy Orchestra is a 3-man musical ensemble - Roger C. Miller, Ken Winokur, & Terry Donahue - who use ''racks of junk,'' synthesizers, and all sorts of other unusual instruments, found objects, and unlikely noisemakers to aurally accompany silent films. Roger Ebert has called them ''the best in the world at accompanying silent films,'' and we can't disagree. ''The Man with the Movie Camera,'' directed by Dziga Vertov and edited by his wife Elizaveta Svilova, is a documentary with no specific cast or narrative. In the film, a man carries out his day in the city as a member of the proud proletariat, capturing invention and the relationship between man and machine in Lenin's Soviet Union.
The Friday Music 180 Gram Audiophile Soundtrack Vinyl Series Continues!
First Time Audiophile Vinyl Presentation – #1 Album In 1987
Features The #1 Smash Hit La Bamba By Los Lobos +]brian Setzer’s Summertime Blues + Bo Diddley’s Who Do You Love
Mastered Impeccably From The Original Slash Records Tapes By Joe Reagoso
1987 was a big year for Los Lobos and a huge blockbuster movie called La Bamba based
on the life and times of the late great Richie Valens. Its success truly made way for a number
one soundtrack companion LP, which rode to the top of both the sales and airplay charts with
multiple format hit records for over a year.
The box office smash featured some of the biggest songs of that year with Los Lobos’s #1
smash hit single La Bamba as well as seven more Los Lobos rockin’ champions like Come On
Lets Go, Framed and the torch ballad Richie Valens was so well remembered for, Donna. Superstars like Brian Setzer also contributed to the #1 soundtrack too with tunes like Summertime
Blues and Bo Diddley’s own rockin’ Who Do You Love. Carlos Santana was also on hand for the
film score and through it all, the La Bamba LP will forever be known as one of rock’s finest movie
and musical soundtrack’s ever recorded.
As with our continuing expansion into the original movie soundtrack genres, Friday Music
is very proud to announce the first time 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl release of the Los Lobos
multiplatinum smash La Bamba - The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack.
This stunning album is mastered impeccably by Joe Reagoso (Elvis Presley/Bo Diddley/
Chuck Berry) from the Slash Records tapes and includes the original LP sized artwork, not seen
since its original 1987 release.
Los Lobos…La Bamba…The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack…Another rock soundtrack
classic from your friends at Friday Music…
1. La Bamba (Los Lobos)
2. Come On, Let’s Go! (Los Lobos)
3. Ooh My Head (Los Lobos)
4. We Belong Together (Los Lobos)
5. Framed (Los Lobos)
6. Donna (Los Lobos)
7. Lonely Teardrops (Howard Huntsberry)
8. Crying Waiting Hoping (Marshall Crenshaw)
9. Summertime Blues (Brian Setzer)
10. Who Do You Love? (Bo Diddley)
11. Charlena (Los Lobos)
12. Goodnight My Love (Los Lobos)
The Friday Music 180 Gram Audiophile Soundtrack Vinyl Series Begins!
First Time Audiophile Vinyl Presentation - #1 Album In 1988
Features #1 Smash Hits Kokomo By The Beach Boys And Don’t Worry Be Happy By Bobby Mcferrin
Mastered Impeccably From The Original Elektra Records Tapes By Joe Reagoso
1988 was a big year for a huge blockbuster movie called Cocktail. Its success truly
made way for a number one soundtrack companion LP, which road to the top of both the
sales and airplay charts with multiple format hit records for over a year.
The Tom Cruise movie featured some of the biggest songs of the day including The
Beach Boys # 1 worldwide smash hit single Kokomo as well as Bobby McFerrin’s # 1 Don’t
Worry Be Happy, which also featured the late great Robin Williams in the music video that
promoted the upbeat novelty tune.
As with our continuing expansion into the original movie soundtrack genres, Friday
Music is very proud to announce the first time 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl release of
Cocktail - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. This mega movie soundtrack rock classic
comes with all of the great tunes you remember like John Mellencamp’s stellar version
of Buddy Holly’s Rave On, The Fabulous Thunderbirds Powerful Stuff, Ry Cooder’s blues
workout of Elvis Presley’s All Shook Up, and the original Specialty Records smash top chart
version of Little Richard’s Tutti Frutti.
This stunning album is mastered impeccably by Joe Reagoso (Elvis Presley/Jefferson
Starship/Brian Wilson) from the Elektra tapes and includes the original LP sized artwork,
not seen since its original 1988 release.
Cocktail…Original Motion Picture Soundtrack…Another rock soundtrack classic from
your friends at Friday Music…
Way Down In Kokomo…
1. Wild Again (Starship)
2. Powerful Stuff (The Fabulous Thunderbirds)
3. Since When (Robbie Nevil)
4. Don’t Worry, Be Happy (Bobby McFerrin)
5. Hippy Hippy Shake (The Georgia Satellites)
6. Kokomo (The Beach Boys)
7. Rave On (John Mellencamp)
8. All Shook Up (Ry Cooder)
9. Oh I Love You So (Preston Smith)
10. Tutti Frutti (Little Richard)
West Side Story is the soundtrack to the 1961 film by the same name. All music is composed by Leonard Bernstein and lyrics written by Stephen Sondheim. When released, the soundtrack spent 54 weeks at No. 1 on Billboard's album charts, giving it the longest run at No. 1 of any album in history. Perhaps Michael Jackson's Thriller comes close, on the grounds that West Side Story was listed on a chart for stereo albums only at a time when many albums were recorded in mono.
In 1962, it won a Grammy award for "Best Sound Track Album – Original Cast" and Johnny Richards orchestrations of the movie score (on Kenton's West Side Story) also winning a Grammy in 1962 for "Best Large Ensemble Jazz Album" further bolstering the popularity of the movie and soundtrack. In the United States, it was the best-selling album of the 1960s, certifying three times Platinum in over two decades.
This At The Movies edition contains 4 previously unreleased tracks. The 2LP package is presented in a gatefold sleeve, housed in a sturdy PVC collector's bag.
3. Jet Song
4. Something’s Coming
5. Dance At The Gym
2. Gee, Officer Krupke!
4. I Feel Pretty
5. One Hand, One Heart
7. The Rumble
10. A Boy Like That And I Have A Love
11. Finale (Somewhere)*
12. End Credits*