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#1 E.Powers

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Posted 18 November 2011 - 02:05 PM

I've been finding some decent soundtracks of late, no raerz or unknown but cool ish to spend my loot upon. Couple of note:

Rollerball: music conducted by Andre Previn: 1975: United Artists.

I've been sleeping on this, both the movie and the OST. The movie is some classic dystopian craziness, will be dl'ing shortly! The LP is a oddball. 8 tracks in all, all except the 2 cuts are takes on classical songs. Then they cut "Excutive Party" and "Executive Party Dance". As you can tell the second track is almost a reprise of the first one, Party being the main cut. Has nice moogy low down funky shit going on. I had heard that this OST had something on it way back but simply forgot all about it, didn't go looking for it or ever listening to it. Found this in the dollar bin the other day and was like, cool, let's do this.

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Sorry for using Youtube on this, but ain't got no set up at the moment:
http://youtu.be/w9SGAMegijE


The other one was a big hit, I just never came up on it before, also in the dollar bin.

Hare Rama Hare Krishna: music direction by R.D. Burman: 1971(?): Roebuck Record

Not sure I can add too much to the description of this one. Massive catchy Bollywood goodness. Has the classic Dum Maro Dum cut on it, but the whole album is good, but that track really is catchy I must say! This is another flick I haven't seen, I must be sleeping or some shit like that, will also be dl'ing in a minute!

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http://youtu.be/f_v9oQhVE2E


Time for heads to post up some OST goodness!

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Posted 28 November 2011 - 05:07 AM

I'm going to throw in Sorcerer by Tangerine Dream. Dark, moody synth goodness.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOkfBbVZEGo
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Posted 28 November 2011 - 06:36 AM

I'll rock with the OST from the trip, performed by the electric flag, i'm definitely a bloomfield fan (plus buddy miles, nick gravenites, barry goldberg, harvey brooks, etc) and the other two late 60s albums by these guys are great as well (don't grab the reunion album from 74 though), this one usually goes for a little higher price, although i'm sure you could come across it for a good price if you hit enough spots (that RD Burman for a buck is ridiculous!!!), i grabbed it offline a few months back when i saw a cheap copy for 15, it was my first vinyl purchase off the net, and a good grab it was, it cuts between kinda straight forward rock/country rock tracks and more psychy abstract, sometimes dark mood pieces that are all bass heavy, and has some trippy (ha) moog work here and there......as far as entire albums go i'd probably take their 3rd (last not counting the reunion album) release when buddy miles was runnin the show, but this one has some dope moments and the soundtrack aspect off it (short tracks, background instrumentals to create the atmosphere of the movie) makes it a cool and unique album for these guys, plus it's their earliest effort, which can usually be a good thing
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but again, damn E Powers, can't believe you came up on that RD Burman record for a buck, excellent find, gotta keep those kinda spots to yourself, can't be bringin your diggin homies there to see the crazy stuff that ends up being put out for a buck or else they'll take it all!!!! there should be a different thread for crazy finds for a buck or under, i always geek out over that shit
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Posted 28 November 2011 - 07:30 PM

but again, damn E Powers, can't believe you came up on that RD Burman record for a buck, excellent find, gotta keep those kinda spots to yourself, can't be bringin your diggin homies there to see the crazy stuff that ends up being put out for a buck or else they'll take it all!!!! there should be a different thread for crazy finds for a buck or under, i always geek out over that shit


Currently I'm in a region where there are very, very few heads, cuts are constantly being passed on, lucky for me!


Here's another one I recently snapped up:

Heavy Traffic: various artists: 1973: Fantasy

Great OST for yet another movie I haven't seen yet (wtf?!). Plenty of funk, quirky interludes and lounge on this. The list of artists includes: Sergio Mendes, Chuck Berry, Isley's, Dave Brubeck, Merl Saunders, Ed Bogas.... Had known it for awhile for the nice groove to Merl Saunders "Scarborough Street Fair". No luck on the dollar bin this time but $7 is straight for weak VG+ (one surface mark?).... I can ride with it.

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http://youtu.be/D8qkkUcovdg

Yo Projexion, man I remember when I got that soundtrack, was in a blaaahhh mood, listened to it for a week straight!
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Posted 28 January 2012 - 07:58 PM

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Tough Guys O.s.t for Three Tough Guys composed,conducted and performed by Isaac Hayes
Released 1974 on Enterprise records

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O.S.T to James Caan's Thief Composed and Performed by Tangerine Dream
Released 1981 on Elektra records

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O.S.T to Stanley Kubrick's Clockwork Orange
Released 1972 on Warner Bros records

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O.S.T Ian Fleming's 007 Goldfinger
Music By John Barry
Released 1965 on United artist records
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O.S.T to Brotherman By the Final Solution
Original Release date 1975 re-released 2008 by Numero Group

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O.S.T for Short Eyes written and Performed By Curtis Mayfield
released 1977 on Curtom records

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O.s.t for Jimmy Cliff in The Harder They Come
released 1972 on Mango records

Had to hit the crates and pull out some of my O.s.t wax

Selected tracks from a few of the O.s.t listed

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_n1eZdASmhg

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=649kHk2v5g4&feature=related
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Posted 28 January 2012 - 08:57 PM

Yo, at the store that I manage we seriously have 200+ copies of Tough Guys, ranks as one of my favorite OST's of all times! Has some of my favorite samples laced in it!
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Posted 29 January 2012 - 10:08 AM

i've seen tough guys at one of my local spots for a quite a while now, but its like 15 bucks and i'm always looking to snatch some other grabs and never can justify dropping the cash on it, i know i'm gonna be diggin one of these days though and have some extra cash i'm trying to drop and not be able to find anything, hopefully i remember to run downstairs and grab it outta the soundtrack section......i did get a copy of truck turner for 2 bucks a couple years back though which has a dope classic break on it, as well as your standard isaac hayes hot buttered soul, 2 LP, excellent grab

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tbIZR5nUOoQ

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qn69OXG5Jik

been meaning to contribute one nice recent find to the mix though...

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Posted 29 January 2012 - 10:09 AM

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(second post cause it says i maxed out my media usage on the other post)

tight lalo soundtrack from 79, some disco like cuts on there, but also some excellent late 70s jazz funk, grabbed it sealed for 4 bucks

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Ov89SN0RtA

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zhvK0AOg80c
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Posted 29 January 2012 - 06:21 PM

I would say that $15 is actually high for Tough Guys, though if it were rarer that shit would be 4X that due to the breaks and samples in it. That Truck Turner is the shit, I got one recently for a buck or two myself.

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Posted 30 January 2012 - 04:14 PM

Yo, at the store that I manage we seriously have 200+ copies of Tough Guys, ranks as one of my favorite OST's of all times! Has some of my favorite samples laced in it!


Wow...word 200+ copies sheesh......but indeed it's one of my personal fav O.s.t as well.....
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Posted 31 January 2012 - 07:13 AM

They take up a whole row in our OST section, plus we have numerous boxes of them stored else where, it's crazy.

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Posted 02 February 2012 - 03:54 AM

Bought 2 of these:

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Dutch soundtrack for an x-rated movie on a private label, some great parts in it!

Some samples in this vid:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z3t2PUfbDW0
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