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Morricone 60Morricone 60 is the first album of Ennio Morricone's greatest hits conducted, recorded and curated by Morricone himself - and aims to create a legacy for his fans to enjoy. It sees the celebrated Maestro performing some of his greatest film music from The Good, the Bad and the Ugly to his recent Academy Award-winning score for Quentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight (released earlier this year on Decca). The album marks Ennio Morricone's 60th anniversary as a composer and conductor and features brand new recordings with the Czech National Symphony Orchestra, with whom he's collaborated on major international movie scores.LP 1
1. Once Upon A Time In The West - The Man With The Harmonica
2. The Good, The Bad And The Ugly - The Fortress
3. The Good, The Bad And The Ugly - Main Theme
4. Once Upon A Time In The West - Jill's Theme
5. A Fistful Of Dynamite - Main Theme
6. The Good, The Bad And The Ugly - The Ecstasy Of Gold
7. Chi Mai
8. H2S - Main Theme
9. Metti, Una Sera A Cena - Second Theme
10. Croce D'Amore
11. Once Upon a Time in America - Deborah's Theme
1. The Mission - Gabriel's Oboe
2. The Mission - Falls
3. The Mission - On Earth As It Is In Heaven
4. Cinema Paradiso - Nuovo Cinema Paradiso
5. Cinema Paradiso - Love Theme
6. Queimada - Abolisson
7. The Hateful Eight - Stage Coach To Red Rock
8. The Hateful Eight - Bestiality
9. For A Few Dollars More - Main Theme
10. Fistful Of Dollars - Titoli
11. The Lady Caliph - La Califfa
12. The Untouchables - Death Theme$35.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
# Zero With A BulletColored Vinyl
# Zero With A Bullet, the latest installment in a rich musical canon, further cements David Dondero's place alongside the great American songwriters. At the root, he is an observational songwriter - an archivist of both autobiography and fiction, as well as those dark and out of the way places where the two inevitably intertwine. # Zero With a Bullet a travelogue and a personal manifesto or maybe it's neither - rippling with humor and despair, trademarks in his unique body of work. In short, it covers life and how we live it - the good, the bad, and the ugly.1.Jesus From 12 To 6
2.Caught the Song
3.Just a Baby In Your Momma'S Eyes
4.# Zero With a Bullet
5.It's Peaceful Here
7.Wherever You Go
8.Don't Be Eyeballin' My Po'Boy, Boy
10.All These Fishies Swimmin' Through My Head$18.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP + CD - Sealed Buy Now
Metallica Through The Never
Black, Red, & White Colored Vinyl
Award-winning filmmaker Nimród Antal (Predators, Kontroll) creates a groundbreaking 3-D motion picture event, Metallica Through the Never. The music-driven feature film combines a bold narrative and spectacular live-performance footage of one of the most popular and influential rock bands in history to produce a bracing, raw and visceral cinematic experience. Emerging young star Dane DeHaan (The Place Beyond the Pines, Kill Your Darlings, The Amazing Spider-Man 2) portrays Trip, a young roadie sent on an urgent mission during Metallica's roaring live set in front of a sold-out arena audience.
Metallica Through The Never is written and directed by Nimród Antal and produced by Charlotte Huggins (Journey to the Center of the Earth). The film was released by Picture house in North America on September 27, 2013, exclusively in over 300 IMAX® 3-D theaters, and expanded into additional theaters on October 4, 2013.
Recorded live at Rexell Place, Edmonton, Alberta on August 17 & 18, 2012 and at Rogers Arena, Vancouver, British Columbia on August 24, 25 and 27, 2012, the soundtrack consists of 15 classic Metallica songs - from their early work (Hit The Lights) to the more recent (Cyanide).
In true Metallica concrert tradition, the album kicks off with Ennio Morricone's The Ecstasy of Gold from the film, The Good The Bad, And The Ugly.
Metallica is easily one of the best, most influential heavy metal band of the '80s. Responsible for bringing the genre back to Earth, the bandmates looked and talked like they were from the street, shunning the usual rockstar games of metal musicians during the early '80s. They expanded the limits of thrash, using speed and volume not for their own sake, but to enhance their intricately structured compositions.LP 1
1. L'Estasi Dell'oro (The Ecstasy Of Gold) (2004 Digital Remaster) - By Ennio Morricone
2. Creeping Death
3. For Whom The Bell Tolls
5. Ride The Lightning
1. The Memory Remains
2. Wherever I May Roam
4. ...And Justice For All
5. Master Of Puppets
2. Nothing Else Matters
3. Enter Sandman
4. Hit The Lights
5. Orion$39.99Colored Vinyl LP - 3 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Ennio Morricone - CollectedImport
180-Gram Audiophile Vinyl
Classic Movie Themes And Titles A Fistful Of Dollars, The Good, The Bad And The Ugly, Once Upon A Time In The West And Many More
High-Quality PVC Protective Sleeve
Limited Pressing Of 5000 Individually Numbered Copies On Clear Vinyl
Includes Insert With Available Collected Titles
Ennio Morricone composed and arranged scores for more than 500 film and television productions, making him one of the most influential and best-selling film composers since the late 1950s. He has sold well over 70 million records worldwide. His score for Sergio Leone's Once Upon A Time In The West is one of the top 5 best-selling original instrumental scores in the world today, with about 10 million copies sold.
Collected is a definitive journey through the vast work of Morricone, stopping by landmark spaghetti westerns like A Fistful Of Dollars, For A Few Dollars More, The Good The Bad & The Ugly, Once Upon A Time In America and most recently, Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained.
This Collected 2 LP Set is now available in a limited pressing of 5000 individually numbered copies on clear vinyl and is packed in a high-quality PVC protective sleeve.LP1
1. The Fascist (theme) From The Movie 'The Fascist'
2. A Fistful Of Dollars (theme) From The Movie 'A Fistful Of Dollars'
3. Bullets Don't Argue (theme) From The Movie 'Bullets Don't Argue'
4. A Gun For Ringo (theme) From The Movie 'A Gun For Ringo'
5. For A Few Dollars More (theme) From The Movie 'For A Few Dollars More'
6. The Return Of Ringo (main Title) From The Movie 'The Return Of Ringo'
7. The Battle Of Algiers (theme) From The Movie 'Battle Of Algiers'
8. The Good, The Bad And The Ugly (theme) From The Movie 'The Good, The Bad And The Ugly'
9. The Ecstasy Of Gold From The Movie 'The Good, The Bad And The Ugly'
10. Death Rides A Horse (theme) From The Movie 'Death Rides A Horse'
11. The Big Gundown (opening Song) From The Movie 'The Big Gundown'
12. Once Upon A Time In The West (theme) From The Movie 'Once Upon A Time In The West'
13. The Man With The Harmonica From The Movie 'Once Upon A Time In The West'
14. Long Live The Revolution From The Movie 'Long Live The Revolution' Aka 'Blood And Guns'
15. The Ballad Of Hank Mccain From The Movie 'Machine Gun Mccain'
16. The Sicilian Clan (theme) From The Movie 'The Sicilian Clan'
17. Investigation Of A Citizen Above Suspicion From The Movie 'Investigation Of A Citizen Above Suspicion'
18. A Fistful Of Dynamite From The Movie 'A Fistful Of Dynamite'
1. Come Maddalena From The Movie 'Maddalena'
2. Chi Mai From The Movie 'Maddalena'
3. My Name Is Nobody From The Movie 'My Name Is Nobody'
4. The Infernal Trio From The Movie 'The Infernal Trio'
5. Romanzo From The Movie 'Novecento' Aka '1900'
6. Goodbye Palermo From The Movie 'Father Of The Godfathers'
7. Don't Play The Indian From The Movie 'Buddy Goes West'
8. Il Vento, Il Grido From The Movie 'The Professional'
9. Tragedy Of A Ridiculous Man (theme) From The Movie 'Tragedy Of A Ridiculous Man'
10. Deborah's Theme From The Movie 'Once Upon A Time In America'
11. Gabriel's Oboe From The Movie 'The Mission'
12. The Untouchables (end Title) From The Movie 'The Untouchables'
13. The Strength Of The Righteous (Main Title) From The Movie 'The Untouchables'
14. Cinema Paradiso (theme) From The Movie 'Cinema Paradiso'
15. Love Theme From The Movie 'Cinema Paradiso'
16. Ancora Qui (Elisa Toffoli) From The Movie 'Django Unchained'$42.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
An Awesome WaveAlt-j, the breakthrough band of 2012 with the wholly unique vision, follow up the recent release of their single, 'Matilda', with the release of their debut album, An Awesome Wave, featuring thirteen tracks laced with their already distinctive sound, was recorded with long-time producer Charlie Andrew (Micachu and The Shapes, Eugene Mcguinness).
Veering wildly from psychedelic avant-pop to skeletal folktronica, the finished album trades in understated beauty one minute and epic oddities the next, just as you'd expect from a debut album that tackles everything from love to bullfighting to the heroic life of 1930s war photographer, Gerda Taro, who was crushed by a tank on the frontline.
Other tracks are inspired by cinema, including lead single, 'Matilda' (about Natalie Portman's character in Luc Besson's Leon) and the good the bad and the ugly-referencing Tessellate.1. intro
2. ripe and ruin
6. something good
7. dissolve me
10. fitzpleasure$21.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
No More Shall We PartNo More Shall We Part ends a four-year silence from Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds. A best-of was issued in 2000, but no new material has appeared since 1997's landmark album, The Boatman's Call. With that record Cave had finally delivered what everyone knew he was capable of: an entire album of deeply tragic and beautiful love songs without irony, sarcasm, or violent resolution. It appears that The Boatman's Call has altered the manner in which Cave writes songs, and the Bad Seeds illustrate them. Two musical directors -- the ubiquitous Mick Harvey and Dirty Three violinist Warren Ellis -- craft a sonic atmosphere whose textures deepen and widen Cave's most profound and beautiful lyrics to date. The ballads have the wide, spacious, sobering ambience one has come to expect from the Bad Seeds. There is an ethereal change in sound in the up-tempo numbers, which are, for lack of better terminology, musical novellas. They plumb the depths of blues, yet contain glissando and crescendos from the orchestral music of composers such as Fartein Valen and Olivier Messiaen. There are places, such as in Oh My Lord, where rock & roll is evoked as a device, but this isn't rock music. A listen to As I Sat Sadly By Her Side, Hallelujah, and the aforementioned track (the most rock song here) will attest that it is merely one color on a musical palette that is more expansive now than at any time in the band's history. Also in the band's musical treasure trove is the addition of the McGarrigle sisters on backing vocals - nowhere is their contribution more poignant than on the tenderly daunting, haunted house that is Love Letter. Lyrically, and as a vocalist, Cave has undergone a startling, profound metamorphosis. Gone is the angry, humorous cynic whose venom and bile touched even his lighter moments. His deep taunting ambivalence about Jesus Christ and Christianity in general is gone, vanished into a maturity that ponders spiritual things contemplatively. Humor that pokes fun churchianity remains, but not as a source of its inspiration. Over these 12 tracks, Cave has taken the broken heart--so openly exhibited on The Boatman's Call--and elevated it to the place where he has learned to live with, and speak from it as both an artist and a human being. Leonard Cohen stated in the song Anthem, that, there is a crack in everything/that's where the light gets in.No More Shall We Part is a mosaic of those cracks. If this album is about anything, it is about love's ability to survive in the world. It is examined concretely and abstractly; to the point where it meditates on this theme even cinematically. His methodology for the listener is, even though these are intimate conversations, the effect is illustrated in widescreen. In this way, Cave touches the heart in the same way Andrei Tarkovsky's films Stalker and The Sacrifice and Wim Wenders' Wings of Desire do. There is powerful emotion here, spiritual, psychological and romantic, without a hint of the sentimentality that would make it false. As both a singer and a songwriter, his work has been transformed into something so full of depth, color, and dimension, that there is simply no one except his mentors working on this level in popular music. In the opening moments of As I Sat Sadly By Her Side, a tenderly, softly sung vocal delivers: Then she drew the curtains down/And said when will you ever learn/That what happens there beyond the glass/Is simply none of your concern/God has given you but one heart/You are not a home but the hearts of your brothers/God don't care for your benevolence anymore/But he cares for the lack of it in others/Nor does he care for you to sit at/Windows in judgement of the world he created/While sorrows pile up around you/Ugly, useless and over-inflated/At which she turned her head away/Great tears leapin' from her eyes/I could not wipe a smile from my face/As I sat sadly by her side. The title track is a ballad that could have been lifted from The Boatman's Call, except it lacks the reaching tragedy. And Cave sings in a tenor no one thought him capable of -- And all the birds will sing to your beautiful heart/Up on the bell/And no more shall we part. The chaos of earlier Bad Seeds outings does kick up on The Sorrowful Wife, where violins and Blixa Bargeld's guitars duel with Jim Sclavunos's drums for domination of the sonic torrent. The record closes with two of Cave's most beautiful songs, a near country gospel waltz called Gates to the Garden with the McGarrigles sweetening an already lovely tome to redemptive love. Finally, Darker With the Day, illustrated by Harvey's striking pianistic ballad framework touched by Bill Evans' technique, is as strikingly autobiographical as Cave has ever been, highlighting the extremes of good and evils that inform and torment the protagonist's inner emotional life within in a single day. There is loss and the seeking of deliverance and, in a statement not so much of recognition that this is simply fate, he also acknowledges hope: All these streets are frozen now/I come and go/Full of a longing for something I do not know. As he calls to a lover gone seemingly forever, he comes to the conclusion that for him, redemption is in love itself, whether divine or profane; the only hope is that love, between two people or between an individual and her or his creator, depends on one's openness to receiving it. Who can argue with him? No More Shall We Part leaves listeners in awe, full of complex emotions, and pondering the notion that they've been in the presence of great redemptive art--which Henry James calls, the thing that can never be repeated.
- Thom Jurek (All Music)1. As I Sat Sadly by Her Side
2. And No More Shall We Part
4. Love Letter
5. Fifteen Feet of Pure White Snow
6. God Is in the House
7. Oh My Lord
8. Sweetheart Come
9. The Sorrowful Wife
10. We Came Along This Road
11. Gates to the Garden
12. Darker with the Day$22.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now