younger than yesterday
18 de Outubro de 2010

Super Fly is the third studio album by American soul and funk musician Curtis Mayfield, released in July 1972 on Curtom Records. It was released as the soundtrack for the blaxploitation film of the same name. Widely considered a classic of 1970s soul and funk music, Super Fly was a nearly immediate hit. Its sales were bolstered by two million-selling singles, "Freddie's Dead" (#2 R&B, #4 Pop) and the title track (#5 R&B, #8 Pop). Super Fly is one of the few soundtracks to out-gross the film it accompanied.
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17 de Outubro de 2010

To Sir, with Love is a 1967 British drama film starring Sidney Poitier that deals with social and racial issues in an inner city school. James Clavell both directed and wrote the film's screenplay, based on the semi-autobiographical novel of the same name by E. R. Braithwaite.
The film's title song "To Sir, with Love", sung by Lulu, reached number one on the U.S. pop charts, and ultimately was Billboard magazine's #1 pop single for the year, 1967. The movie ranked number 27 on Entertainment Weekly' list of the 50 Best High School Movies.


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25 de Agosto de 2010

The original music of Henry Mancini is mixed flawlessly into the soundtrack and while subtle adds wonderfully to the overall effect and atmosphere of the film.


Pintando Músicas



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24 de Agosto de 2010

I was given "Mary Poppins: An Original Walt Disney Records Soundtrack" when I was four, in 1970. I still hum most of the songs. You will too. Though it was released several decades before, it is a classic, entertaining and completely delightful CD.



 the musicals

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23 de Agosto de 2010

Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton were lucky to have Johnny Mandel write the music for this, their "Honeymoon" film. Mr. Mandel's love of the Big Sur coast is beautifuly realized here in his score for The Sandpiper. 


singer saints





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22 de Agosto de 2010

Born Free (1966) was a hugely successful wildlife film about Elsa, an orphaned lion cub in Africa who is nursed to adulthood by a husband-and-wife team of nature enthusiasts (Virginia McKenna and Bill Travers).







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21 de Agosto de 2010

I've had this soundtrack in its original LP form as well as cassette, and now the CD. This disc would be a welcome addition to any serious soundtrack collector's set. The CD works on many levels. Besides Nilsson's famous "Everybody's Talkin," there are hauntingly mellow tracks by British composer John Barry which, on their own, convey the loneliness and vastness of a big city.
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Everybody's talking at me.
I don't hear a word they're saying,
Only the echoes of my mind.
People stopping staring,
I can't see their faces,
Only the shadows of their eyes.

I'm going where the sun keeps shining
Thru' the pouring rain,
Going where the weather suits my clothes,
Backing off of the North East wind,
Sailing on summer breeze
And skipping over the ocean like a stone.

I'm going where the sun keeps shining
Thru' the pouring rain,
Going where the weather suits my clothes,
Backing off of the North East wind,
Sailing on summer breeze
And skipping over the ocean like a stone
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20 de Agosto de 2010

Rodgers & Hammerstein wrote the music for this film starring Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer. The scene in which Andrews crests a hill with her arms spread singing the title track is one of the greatest in American film. Hearing that song forever fills the listener with that image, and remains as fresh and even chilling as it was initially. Unfortunately much of this has been co-opted by television advertisements or whatever, and so could languish because of the clichéd quality of it. Fortunately, conductor Irwin Kostal delivered a wonderful score, and the vocal delivery is as vibrant as any in the storied history of film musicals. --Scott Wilson

tastro









Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens

Bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens

Brown paper packages tied up with strings

These are a few of my favorite things


Cream colored ponies and crisp apple streudels

Doorbells and sleigh bells and schnitzel with noodles

Wild geese that fly with the moon on their wings

These are a few of my favorite things


Girls in white dresses with blue satin sashes

Snowflakes that stay on my nose and eyelashes

Silver white winters that melt into springs

These are a few of my favorite things


When the dog bites

When the bee stings

When I'm feeling sad

I simply remember my favorite things

And then I don't feel so bad


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05 de Julho de 2010

I was driving through the Utah desert years ago and popped this CD in. I chose to play it because, well... I couldn't find my Donny and Marie tapes. No. I played it because it was the perfect soundtrack to a solo drive through every western I've ever seen or heard. Morricone is, of course, one of the great composers. From "The Mission" to "Cinema Paradiso", his music haunts and stays with you long after the credits roll.
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12 de Maio de 2010

Pierre Bachelet (25 May 1944 – 15 February 2005) was a French singer-songwriter with a gentle romantic voice.He spent part of his childhood in Calais and developed a life-long appreciation of the North of France, which inspired his hit song "Les corons" (1982).His other hit songs include "Elle est d'ailleurs" (1980), "Écris-moi" (1982) and "Marionnettiste" (1985). He also composed music for movies, for example Emmanuelle (1974), Les Bronzés font du ski (1975) and the British-made Sex with the Stars (1980). Robert Fripp won an out-of-court settlement over the use of music in Emmanuelle based on King Crimson's "Larks' Tongues in Aspic".[1] His songs from the film Emmanuelle called Emmanuelle In The Mirror and Theme From Emmanuelle have been sampled in the Lily Allen single Littlest Things, released in December 2006.

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