Archive for July, 2012

Episode 19.

Posted in News on July 11, 2012 by eldiabolik

Episode 19 – Is now online, download Here

This episode we listen to tacks from Joseph Koo, Francis Lai, Isaac Hayes, Luis E. Bacalov, Grant Green, R D Burman, Asha Bhosle, Quincy Jones, Ennio Morricone, Duncan Lamont, Dave Richmond, Brian Bennett and more.

See eldiabolik.com for full track listing and record sleeves.

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Track Listing from Episode 19.

Posted in Track listings with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 11, 2012 by eldiabolik

01. Joseph Koo (Vocals: Mike Remedios) – Fist of Fury – 3’10
From the film: ‘Fist of Fury’
(Lo Wei, Hong Kong, 1972)
Source: 7″ – TAM – (YT 1060)

02. Francis Lai ‎– Anima Persa – 3’13
From the film ‘Anima Persa’
(Dino Risi, France/Italy, 1977)
Source: LP – CAM – (SAG 9074)

03. Isaac Hayes – Run Fay Run – 2’45
From the Film ‘Three Tough Guys’
(Duccio Tessari, Italy/France/USA, 1974)
Source: LP – Enterprise – (ENS 7504)

04. Luis E. Bacalov – Ya Me Voy – 3’45
From the Film ‘Quién Sabe?’ (A Bullet for the General)
(Damiano Damiani, Italy, 1971)
Source: LP – General Music – (IMGM 011)

05. Francis Lai ‎– Il Valzer – 3’13
From the film ‘Anima Persa’
(Dino Risi, France/Italy, 1977)
Source: LP – CAM – (SAG 9074)

06. Grant Green ‎– Afro Party – 4’09
From the Film ‘The Final ComeDown’
(Oscar Williams, USA, 1978)
Source: LP – Blue Note – (BST-84415)

07. R. D. Burman (Vocals: Asha Bhosle & RD Burman) ‎– Jane Jaan O Meri Jane Jaan – 4’09
From the Film ‘Sanam Teri Kasam’
(Narinder Bedi, India , 1982)
Source: LP – Music India – (2392 316)

Cover Version Corner.
08. Allen Warrender – MASH – 2’34
From the LP: ‘A Heritage In Sound’
(UK, 1981)
Source: LP – AW – (AW02)

Cover Version Corner.
09. Quincy Jones – The Pink Panther – 3’29
From the LP ‘Explores The Music Of Henry Mancini ‘
(USA, 1964)
Source: LP – Mercury – MCL 20016 )

Cover Version Corner.
10. Quincy Jones – Baby Elephant Walk – 2’51
From the LP ‘Explores The Music Of Henry Mancini ‘
(USA, 1964)
Source: LP – Mercury – MCL 20016 )

11. Ennio Morricone – Barbablu’ – 3’56
From the film: ‘Barbablu” (Bluebeard)
(Edward Dmytryk, France/Italy/W Germany, 1972)
Source: LP – General Music – (55122)

12. Francis Lai ‎– In Chiesa – 3’49
From the film ‘Anima Persa’
(Dino Risi, France/Italy, 1977)
Source: LP – CAM – (SAG 9074)

13. Francis Lai ‎– Jimmy Cobb V.D. – 2’52
From the film ‘Canicule’ (Dog Day)
(Yves Boisset, France, 1984)
Source: LP – Editions 23 – (743201)

14. J. P. Stora ‎– Le Noel de Francois – 2’31
From the film ‘Absences répétées’
(Guy Gilles, France, 1972)
Source: 7″ – Connection – (CTN 908)

15. Grant Green ‎– Traveling To Get To Doc – 1’35
From the Film ‘The Final ComeDown’
(Oscar Williams, USA, 1978)
Source: LP – Blue Note – (BST-84415)

16. Luis E. Bacalov – Quién Sabe? (Versione 2) – 3’16
From the Film ‘Quién Sabe?’ (A Bullet for the General)
(Damiano Damiani, Italy, 1971)
Source: LP – General Music – (IMGM 011)

Simon’s Library Choice.
17. Duncan Lamont – The Fuzz – 2’48
From the LP ‘Rock Spectrum’ (1972)
Source: LP – KPM – (KPM 1163)

Simon’s Library Choice.
18. Dave Richmond – Confunktion – 4’34
From the LP ‘Rock Spectrum’ (1972)
Source: LP – KPM – (KPM 1163)

Simon’s Library Choice.
19. Brian Bennett – Samba School – 2’17
From the LP ‘Rock Spectrum’ (1972)
Source: LP – KPM – (KPM 1163)

20. R. D. Burman (Vocals: Kishore Kumar) ‎– Dekhta Hoon Koi Ladki Haseen – 6’16
From the Film ‘Sanam Teri Kasam’
(Narinder Bedi, India , 1982)
Source: LP – Music India – (2392 316)

21. Francis Lai ‎– Jessica V.D. – 3’30
From the film ‘Canicule’ (Dog Day)
(Yves Boisset, France, 1984)
Source: LP – Editions 23 – (743201)

22. Francis Lai ‎– Tino E Lucia – 3’00
From the film ‘Anima Persa’
(Dino Risi, France/Italy, 1977)
Source: LP – CAM – (SAG 9074)

22. Isaac Hayes – Title Theme – 2’45
From the Film ‘Three Tough Guys’
(Duccio Tessari, Italy/France/USA, 1974)
Source: LP – Enterprise – (ENS 7504)

Record Sleeves from Episode 19.

Posted in Record Sleeves with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 11, 2012 by eldiabolik

Filmbar70 presents a very rare screening of ‘Queens of Evil’. 26th July, Roxy Bar & Screen.

Posted in Events., News on July 5, 2012 by eldiabolik


26th July, Roxy Bar & Screen, London Bridge
£5.00 admission
7.30pm start

On Thursday the 26th of July at the Roxy Bar and Screen, Filmbar70 proudly presents a masterpiece of early ‘70s Italian genre cinema, the stylish, sexy and enchanting ‘Queens of Evil’. Worshipped by cult cinema aficionados but rarely seen, ‘Queens of Evil’ previously has suffered from poorly presented releases. Filmbar has set the matter straight to present the very best print available – remastered by our own fair hands.

Starring Ray Lovelock, the sexiest leading Italian man of the ‘70s, and a trio of very lovely ladies indeed, furnished with some dazzling set-design, unafraid to tackle the issues of the time and unabashedly romantic, ‘Queens of Evil’ is the quintessential Filmbar experience. And, of course, Mr Eldiabolik and his World of Psychotronic Soundtracks will be on hand to spin the very best of Italian psychedelia…

Facebook event page.
Buy tickets here.

David is a man in search of freedom. Roaming the countryside upon his trusty motorbike, in flight from the hypocrisies of this venal age, he has found peace in solitude, a peace to be torn asunder when a bizarre roadside encounter ends with lethal consequences. Taking refuge in the barn of a remote lakeside cottage, he is discovered by the owners the following dawn. But this is no rude awakening, for the denizens of this secluded haven just happen to be three unfeasibly glamorous women. Entranced, mystified and enchanted, David foregoes his quest to enjoy the raptures and rural idyll of these solitary women, falling first for their uncomplicated, care-free way of life, then falling headlong into their arms.
But this garden of Eden may prove to be other than it pertains to be, for these women seek nocturnal communion with a shadowy figure and gather for strange, fire lit ceremonials, leading David to question the secret behind these bewitching temptresses. The answer will test David’s integrity, ideals and even his very existence…

26th July, Roxy Bar & Screen, London Bridge
£5.00 admission
7.30pm start

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