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Bruno Nicolai Processo
From vampire horrotica: the Morricone cohort's tense harpsichord for Il Conte Dracula (with Christopher Lee and Klaus Kinski), and Roger Roger's swooping dreamscape theme crossing Theremin and bowed saw.



Miles Davis Lift To The Scaffold
His piercingly atmospheric soundtrack to this film featuring the one and only Jeanne Moreau. A neglected Miles, with some of his most affective playing. Highly recommended.




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.



Francois Tusques La Reine Des Vampires 1967
Barney Wilen, Jean-Francois Jenny-Clark, Bernard Guerin, Eddie Gaumont: free jazz accompaniments to Jean Rollin's experimental horror. Not exactly a soundtrack these are the original, unedited performances.



The Ecstasy Of Gold 25 Killer Bullets From The Spaghetti West Vol. 3
A landmark series of compilations, this time around presenting Bruno Nicolai, Francesco De Masi, Alessandro Alessandroni and Piero Umiliani, amongst others.




Palmer Rockey Rockey's Style
Intriguing, Lynchian songs from his own vanished, utterly disastrous film about demonic evil, re-cycled during the 1970s as It Happened One Weekend, Rockeys Style, Scarlet Love, Scarlet Warning 666, etc.



Walter Schuman The Night Of The Hunter
Betty Benson's unforgettable lament (ventriloquising a five-year-old) from the Charles Laughton film. If you haven't seen it, you really must. And Norbert Glanzberg's Witch's theme for organ and guitar.



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.




Miles Davis Jazz Track
His piercingly atmospheric soundtrack to this film released as Frantic in the US, better known here as Lift To The Scaffold. A neglected Miles, with some of his very best playing. Highly recommended.




Edward Artemiev Stalker, The Mirror
Artemiev's 1989-90 Moscow re-recordings of his soundtracks to the classic Tarkovsky films.



Martial Solal Breathless (A Bout de Souffle)
Fresh, sexy, cool original-soundtrack to the Jean Luc Godard's 1960 masterpiece. The superb pianist had already worked with Django Reinhardt, Sidney Bechet and Don Byas, among others. Lovely.



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