The Special Collector's Edition of Quartet Records.
of Maurice Jarre!. Undoubtedly, this is a soundtrack that cried out
for their reissue, besides being one of the most desired by Jarre’s
collectors. Recorded at the legendary London CTS studies, this
edition has been beautiful and carefully produced by
James Fitzpatrick for Quartet Records.
First solo edition of the classic war score, Hornet's Nest, written in
1970 by Ennio Morricone for the film directed by Phil Karlson and
starring Rock Hudson. Newly mastered by Claudio Fuiano from the
original master tapes, this long awaited edition contains 12 pages
booklet full of colour stills and a text by the original producer,
For the first time, one of the Maestro Angelo Francesco Lavagnino’s
includes one of the composer’s most beautiful and indispensable
works. More than an one hour of terrific score, edited and mastered
from the original ¼ tapes, vaulted in a perfect monoaural sound.
A double CD with the 112 musical minutes composed by Michel Legrand
an elaborated, assorted, enthusiastic and complex score which worked
as a connecting thread for this story about marriage failure.
Having been available before in a very limited Film Score Monthly release,
this is a new opportunity to own this Michel Legrand masterpiece.
This new edition includes a 20 page booklet with many color stills.
Eagerly awaited re-edition of one of Ennio Morricone's most sought after
Dollari). Using the same master produced by Lukas Kendall in 2008 for
the MGM Treasure Box, this new edition includes a 12 pages booklet full
of colour stills and the marvellous original cover art by Renato Casaro.
New edition of two titles that were part in the “MGM Black Box” of Film
Score Monthly, produced by Lukas Kendall. This CD brings together two
English composer John Addison with two common directors in his career:
Tony Richardson and Joseph L. Mankiewicz, dated 1968 and 1967,
respectively. Includes a 20-page booklet full of curious stills and extensive
liner notes from both films.
Directed by Billy Wilder in 1972, the charming romantic comedy, Avanti,
didn’t quite receive the critical acclaim it deserved upon its original release.
The film score ranks among the most relevant ones in the career of
Carlo Rustichelli, who was hired to adapt a series of unforgettable Italian
songs and have them fit into the score. Including a 16 page booklet fully
of colour stills and liner notes by Bruce Kimmel.
For the first time ever on CD, one of the most-treasured Italian vinyls of
written by Fabio Frizzi when he was only 24. This CD includes all 10 tracks
previously available on the Cinevox LP as well as five never-before-
released tracks along with an exotic booklet featuring an exclusive
interview with composer Fabio Frizzi focused on his experience on this film.