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Episode 20

Posted in News on August 30, 2012 by eldiabolik

Episode 20 – Is now online, download Here

This episode we listen to tacks from François De Roubaix, Gianni Ferrio, O.P. Nayyar, Keith Emerson, Lalo Schifrin, Dennis Coffey, Asha Bhosle, Andrzej Korzynski, Ennio Morricone, Mat Camison and more.

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

Track Listing from Episode 20.

Posted in Track listings with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 30, 2012 by eldiabolik

01. Ennio Morricone & Bruno Nicolai (Vocals: Christy) – Man For Me – 2’58
From the film: ‘OK Connery’
(Alberto De Martino, Italy, 1967)
Source: LP – Digitmovies – (LPDM002 )

02. Sidewalk Sounds – Billy Jack’s Theme – 1’58
From the film ‘The Born Losers’
(Tom Laughlin, USA, 1967)
Source: 7″ – Capital – (CR-1878)

03. Keith Emerson ‎– Nighthawks – 2’25
From the Film ‘Nighthawks’
(Bruce Malmuth, USA, 1981)
Source: LP – Backstreet – (BSR-5196)

04. Ennio Morricone & Bruno Nicolai – Allegri Ragazzi – 1’39
From the film: ‘OK Connery’
(Alberto De Martino, Italy, 1967)
Source: LP – Digitmovies – (LPDM002 )

05. François De Roubaix ‎– La Scoumoune (Thème Principal) – 3’04
From the film ‘La Scoumoune’
(José Giovanni, France/Italy, 1972)
Source: LP – Barclay – (900.527)

06. Keith Emerson ‎– The Bust – 2’05
From the Film ‘Nighthawks’
(Bruce Malmuth, USA, 1981)
Source: LP – Backstreet – (BSR-5196)

07. Gianni Ferrio – Soliloquio – 3’49
From the film: ‘Una farfalla con le ali insanguinate’ (The Bloodstained Butterfly)
(Duccio Tessari, Italy, 1971)
Source: LP – Easy Tempo – (ET 918 DLP)

Cover Version Corner.
08. Swingle II – Stayin’ Alive – 1’23
From the LP: ‘No Time to Talk’ – 1979
Source: LP – CBS – (83458)

Cover Version Corner.
09. Jamie and his Cordovox – The Good the Bad and the Ugly – 1’52
From the LP: ‘Personally Yours’
Source: LP – Self Pressed LP.

Cover Version Corner.
10. David Disco’s Dance Orchestra – Dr Zhivago – 3’38
From the LP: ‘Don’t Walk Go Go ta DISCO’ – 1984
Source: LP – KM Records – (KM 12826)

11. Andrzej Korzynski – The Man With The Pink Socks – 1’50
From the film: ‘Possession’
(Andrzej Zulawski, France/West Germany, 1981)
Source: LP – Finders Keepers – (FKR062LP)

12. O.P. Nayyar (Vocals: Asha Bhosle – Balam Harjai – 3’44
From the film: ‘Taxi Driver’
(Mohammed Hussain, India, 1973)
Source: LP – Odeon – (MOCE 4167)

13. Ennio Morricone & Bruno Nicolai – Gatto Parlante – 1’11
From the film: ‘OK Connery’
(Alberto De Martino, Italy, 1967)
Source: LP – Digitmovies – (LPDM002)

14. Dennis Coffey – Black Belt Jones – 2’33
From the film: ‘Black Belt Jones’
(Robert Clouse, USA, 1974)
Source: LP – Weintraub-Heller – (WS 7771)

15. Andrzej Korzynski – Kreuzberg 1 – 1’58
From the film: ‘Possession’
(Andrzej Zulawski, France/West Germany, 1981)
Source: LP – Finders Keepers – (FKR062LP)

16. The Enforcers (Lalo Schifrin) – Sudden Impact – 2’48
From the film ‘Sudden Impact’
(Clint Eastwood, USA, 1983)
Source: 7″ – Warner – (P-1827)

Simon’s Library Choice.
17. Mat Camison – The Red File – 2’21
From the LP: ‘Pop Arp’- 1973
Source: LP – De Wolfe – (DWS/LP 3280)

Simon’s Library Choice.
18. Mat Camison – Hot Module – 2’42
From the LP: ‘Pop Arp’- 1973
Source: LP – De Wolfe – (DWS/LP 3280)

Simon’s Library Choice.
19. Mat Camison – Soft Guit-Arp – 3’03
From the LP: ‘Pop Arp’- 1973
Source: LP – De Wolfe – (DWS/LP 3280)

20. Gianni Ferrio – Crescendo Ostinato – 2’22
From the film: ‘Una farfalla con le ali insanguinate’ (The Bloodstained Butterfly)
(Duccio Tessari, Italy, 1971)
Source: LP – Easy Tempo – (ET 918 DLP)

21. O.P. Nayyar (Vocals: Asha Bhosle & Mohd. Rafi) – Teri Nilee Nilee Jakit – 4’51
From the film: ‘Taxi Driver’
(Mohammed Hussain, India, 1973)
Source: LP – Odeon – (MOCE 4167)

22. Ennio Morricone & Bruno Nicolai – Missione Segreta – 1’04
From the film: ‘OK Connery’
(Alberto De Martino, Italy, 1967)
Source: LP – Digitmovies – (LPDM002)

23. François De Roubaix ‎– Les Amis – 2’26
From the film ‘Les Amis’
(Gérard Blain, France, 1971)
Source: LP – Barclay – (900.527)

24. Keith Emerson ‎– Face to Face – 2’50
From the Film ‘Nighthawks’
(Bruce Malmuth, USA, 1981)
Source: LP – Backstreet – (BSR-5196)

25. Andrzej Korzynski – Opetanie 1 – 0’47
From the film: ‘Possession’
(Andrzej Zulawski, France/West Germany, 1981)
Source: LP – Finders Keepers – (FKR062LP)

26. Lalo Schifrin – Dirty Harry – 2’36
From the LP: ‘Mission: Impossible … And More!’
Source: LP – Motor Music – (535 495-1)

Record Sleeves from Episode 20.

Posted in Record Sleeves with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 30, 2012 by eldiabolik

Night of the Psychotronic Soundtrack. London, Monday 20th of August.

Posted in Events., News with tags , , , , , , , , , on August 12, 2012 by eldiabolik

Filmbar70 and El Diabolik invite you to partake in an adventure in audio as we take you by the ear and trawl the wild and way-out grooves of the Psychotronic soundtrack.

Fueled by the unrestrained requirements of exploitation cinema, the psychotronic soundtrack emerged from the alchemical reaction when psychedelic pop, beat and the avant-garde infected
the formally constrained confines of the classical conservatoire.
We’ll be unearthing the history of this sprawling topic with a track listing that takes us from the beach parties of the ‘60s through to the dawn of the synth in the ‘80s, showcased via a series of chats, clips and specially made content, all scored by the spinning platters of El Diabolik.
And, for after, you’ll be taking the lead for a party where your requests will be sounded and your vinyl spun. And if that’s not enough, on entry, you will receive a free exclusive psychotronic soundtrack CD, mixed el diabolik himself.

Here’s just a smattering of what to expect, pop pickers!

The kids are allright – Beat, psychedelia and how teenagers changed the film soundtrack.

Kino klangfarben – How avant-garde outrageousness freaked a generation out.

Dustbowls, bells and whistles – The Spaghetti Western and its influence on Italian genre cinema.

Wig out – How progressive rock and jazz-fusion bomblasted the unsuspecting cinema audience.

Proud vision – The cinematic sounds of the new empowered black youth of America.

Dawn of the synth – How one man and his trusty synth changed the face of the Psychotronic Soundtrack.

And much, much more!

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Mon 20 August 2012 7:00 pm
Roxy Bar and Screen.
128-132 Borough High Street
London SE1 1LB


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