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Aretha Franklin Sparkle
Curtis steered the Queen back on track in 1976 with this majestic, but pared-down production (not exactly a soundtrack), with plenty of killers, like Something He Can Feel, soul heaven.




Goblin In Lounge
1975 and 77 sides by the Italian prog-psych legends, previously available only as cover-mounts back then on the magazine Il Giaguaro.



Barry Gray Stand By For Adverts: Rare Jazz, Jingles And Advertising Electronics
Eighty hip cues sixty on the LP from 1959-65: stuff like Banana Mellows cereal, Horlicks, Elastoplast, Sunsilk, Ogden's tobacco, and the Hoover Keymatic. The Mike Sammes Singers and Eric Sykes at the mic.




John Harrison Day Of The Dead, Original Soundtrack
For the first time ever, the complete score, including every musical cue. Yellow and green marbled vinyls, a tip-on spot-varnished gatefold sleeve, and a poster. Extensive notes by Harrison and Romero.



I Spy Music From The TV Series
Jazzy thrills and spills, composed and conducted by Earle Hagen.



Ilaiyaraaja Fire Star
The King of Kollywood's magpie, experimental, stripped-electro soundtracks to all-action, eighties Tamil boilers, with characteristically lavish Bombay Connection styling out. Boss.



Isaac Hayes Black Moses
1971 masterwork, after Shaft. Kicks off with a killer Jackson Five... a Bacharach And David, two Curtises, a little Philly... Ike's Rap, as sampled by Tricky et al. In the original cruciform fold-out sleeve. Baaad.



Remi Kabaka Black Goddess
The out, Afro-jazz soundtrack to Ola Balogun's 1979 film.




Krzysztof Komeda Rosemary's Baby, Original Soundtrack
Right up there with his best work. A haunting mix of jazz, horror and Penderecki featuring Don Ellis on trumpet. Properly manufactured and well-presented, including a foot-square print of the cover-art-work.



Andrzej Korzynski Third Part Of The Night
Heavy psych rock soundtrack to Andrzej Zulawski's 1971 film.




Henry Mancini Breakfast At Tiffany's
With Audrey Hepburn's original version of Moon River.



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