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No Way To Treat A Lady



No Way To Treat A Lady (1968)

Stanley Myers 

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This Is The Stuff Fun Nightmares Are Made Of!
by a soundtrack collector (March 27, 2006)

From the classic 1967 Jack Smight directed serial killer comedy comes the extremely entertaining score recording composed by Stanley Myers and released in the USA on Dot records!

Rod Steiger stars as a psychotic killer of elderly women in "No Way To Treat A Lady" (loosely based on the Boston murders of Albert DeSalvo of the early 1960's).

The score from Stanley Myers is a wild romp full of much fun offering many hip statements on the grooviness of the swinging 60's!

Big time drama can also be found within the grooves of this peculiar item as the homicide detective (George Segal) closes in on the deranged yet strangely lovable lunitic who has set his sights fast on the detectives girlfriend (Lee Remick).

One of the best in the series of 1960's soundtrack recordings from Dot! *****

'Today' Music for the 'In' Group!
filmfactsman (July 18, 2005)
Looking for 'today' music? Look no further, it's here. Myers fashions the greatest rock beat with a church organ played to a solid drum and down, dirty guitar! The mod music of mirth in murder is a must for every record library. Well, that's what the liner notes say, and I'm in total agreement. British soundtrack composer Stanley "Kaleidescope" Myers weighs in with some huge, almost trip-hoppy, psychedelic beats and clanky 60s bass for this black comedy score. Some great guitar and organ work, big dancefloor beats - check out "Kate's Place" and "St Matthew Fashion". The American Breed (of "Bend Me, Shape Me" fame) perform "A Quiet Place". EVERY groovy 60s soundtrack had to include at least one rock group track!

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