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Episode 26

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 26, 2013 by eldiabolik

Episode 26 – Is now online, download Here

Featuring: Piero Umiliani, Andrzej Korzynski, Bappi Lahiri, Ennio Morricone, François De Roubaix, Giorgio Gaslini, Les Reed and more!

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

Episode 26

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Track Listing from Episode 26

Posted in Track listings with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 26, 2013 by eldiabolik

01. Piero Umiliani – Luna D’agosto – 2’36
From the Film: ‘5 bambole per la luna d’agosto’ (5 Dolls for an August Moon)
(Mario Bava, Italy, 1970)
Source: CD – Cinevox ‎– (CD MDF 636)

02. Piero Umiliani – Bambola Omicida – 2’21
From the Film: ‘5 bambole per la luna d’agosto’ (5 Dolls for an August Moon)
(Mario Bava, Italy, 1970)
Source: CD – Cinevox ‎– (CD MDF 636)

03. Andrzej Korzynski – Czolowica – 2’54
From the Film ‘Trzecia Czesc Nocy’ (Third Part Of The Night)
(Andrzej Zulawski, Poland, 1971)
Source: 10″ – Finders Keepers – (FKR063)

04. Giorgio Gaslini – Tema di Laide – 2’20
From the Film ‘Un Amore’
(Gianni Vernuccio, France/Italy, 1965)
Source: 7″ – La Voce del Padrone ‎– (7MQ 1996)

05.Piero Umiliani – Cinque Bambole Rosa – 2’21
From the Film: ‘5 bambole per la luna d’agosto’ (5 Dolls for an August Moon)
(Mario Bava, Italy, 1970)
Source: CD – Cinevox ‎– (CD MDF 636)

06. Andrzej Korzynski – W Instyucie – 1’38
From the Film ‘Trzecia Czesc Nocy’ (Third Part Of The Night)
(Andrzej Zulawski, Poland, 1971)
Source: 10″ – Finders Keepers – (FKR063)

Request: Derek Ian Taylor.
07. Can – Dead Pigeon Suite – 11’41
From the Film ‘Tote Taube in der Beethovenstraße'(Dead Pigeon on Beethoven Street)
(Samuel Fuller, West Germany, 1973)
Source: CD – Spoon Records ‎– (CDSPOON55)

08. Ennio Morricone – Main Title: Two Mules for Sister Sara – 4’12
From the Film: ‘Two Mules for Sister Sara’
(Don Siegel, USA/Mexico, 1970)
Source: LP – MCA UK ‎– (MKPS 2013)

09. Les Reed – The Girl on a Motorcycle – 3’24
From the Film: ‘The Girl on a Motorcycle’
(Jack Cardiff, UK/France, 1968)
Source: LP – Get Back Records ‎– (GET707)

Cover Version Corner.
10. Booker T. & the MG’s – More – 2’39
From the LP: ‘Hip Hug-her’ USA, 1967
Source: LP – Stax ‎– (Stax 717)

Cover Version Corner.
11. Brian Dee – Song from “M.A.S.H.” – 2’03
From the LP: ‘All Time Great Movie Themes’ UK, 1973
Source: LP – Hallmark ‎– (SHM 814)

Cover Version Corner.
13. Apollo 100 – Exodus – 2’44
From the LP: ‘Telstar’ UK, 1982
Source: LP – MFP ‎– (MFP 5574)

13 François de Roubaix (Vocals: Fire Exit) – Be Cool – 2’46
From the Film ‘Les Novices’
(Guy Casaril, France/Italy, 1970)
Source: 7″- Barclay ‎– (71 455)

14. Jerry Butler & Jerry Petters – Part III – 6’57
From the Film ‘Melinda’
(Hugh A. Robertson, USA, 1972)
Source: LP- Pride Records ‎– (531 815-9)

15. Piero Umiliani – Danza Primitiva – 2’40
From the Film: ‘5 bambole per la luna d’agosto’ (5 Dolls for an August Moon)
(Mario Bava, Italy, 1970)
Source: CD – Cinevox ‎– (CD MDF 636)

16. Ennio Morricone – The Braying Mule – 2’31
From the Film: ‘Two Mules for Sister Sara’
(Don Siegel, USA/Mexico, 1970)
Source: LP – MCA UK ‎– (MKPS 2013)

17. Bappi Lahiri – Dance Music (2) – 0’56
From the Film: ‘Main Tere Liye’
(Vijay Anand, India, 1985/6/8/9?)
Source: LP – EMI ‎– (PMLP 1112)

18. Les Reed – Holiday With Raymond – 2’53
From the Film: ‘The Girl on a Motorcycle’
(Jack Cardiff, UK/France, 1968)
Source: LP – Get Back Records ‎– (GET707)

19. Piero Umiliani – Luna D’agosto 1971 – 2’33
From the Film: ‘5 bambole per la luna d’agosto’ (5 Dolls for an August Moon)
(Mario Bava, Italy, 1970)
Source: CD – Cinevox ‎– (CD MDF 636)

Simon’s Library Choice.
20. Lee Mason – Shady Blues – 3’38
From the LP: ‘Chappell 1045’
Source: LP – Chappell Recorded Music ‎– (LPC 1045)

Simon’s Library Choice.
21. Lee Mason – The Hunter – 2’48
From the LP: ‘Chappell 1045’
Source: LP – Chappell Recorded Music ‎– (LPC 1045)

Simon’s Library Choice.
22. Lee Mason – Yorkville – 2’55
From the LP: ‘Chappell 1045’
Source: LP – Chappell Recorded Music ‎– (LPC 1045)

23. Bappi Lahiri – Dance Music – 2’20
From the Film: ‘Main Tere Liye’
(Vijay Anand, India, 1985/6/8/9?)
Source: LP – EMI ‎– (PMLP 1112)

24. Jerry Butler & Jerry Petters – Can’t Let you Go – 2’37
From the Film ‘Melinda’
(Hugh A. Robertson, USA, 1972)
Source: LP- Pride Records ‎– (531 815-9)

25. Les Reed – Big Bare Beat – 2’53
From the Film: ‘The Girl on a Motorcycle’
(Jack Cardiff, UK/France, 1968)
Source: LP – Get Back Records ‎– (GET707)

26. Piero Umiliani – Ti Risveglierai con me (final Versione Cembalo) – 2’33
From the Film: ‘5 bambole per la luna d’agosto’ (5 Dolls for an August Moon)
(Mario Bava, Italy, 1970)
Source: CD – Cinevox ‎– (CD MDF 636)

Record Sleeves from Episode 26.

Posted in Record Sleeves with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 26, 2013 by eldiabolik

Piero Umiliani - 5 dolls for an august moon

Andrzej Korzynski - Third Part of the Night

Giorgio Gaslini - Un Amore

Can - The Lost tapes

Ennio Morricone - Two Mules for Sister Sara

Les Reed - The Girl on a Motorcycle

Booker T & the MGs - More

Brian Dee - all time great movie themes

Aplollo 100 - telstar

Francois de Roubaix - Les Novices

Jerry Butler - Jerry Peters - Melinda

Bappi Lahiri - Main Tere Liye

Lee Mason - Chappell 1045

Stanley Myers.

Posted in Featured Composer on April 12, 2013 by eldiabolik

Stanley Myers














Born in 1930, Myers studied at Oxford University before starting a career in musical theatre. In the early ‘60s, he began writing incidental music for television, most notably for Doctor Who, the theme to Question Time and series of plays directed by a young Ken Loach. Age of Consent movie poster
Myers soon moved into film where he would drift effortlessly between art, exploitation and commercial cinema. Psychotronic film fans will know Myers through his long running collaboration with British exploitation master Pete Walker. Myers composed the scores to Five Pete Walker films: The House of Whipcord, Frightmare, House of Mortal Sin, Schizo, and The Comeback. Myers’ excellent music was always capable of pushing these low budget shockers up a level, giving them an extra touch of class beyond the standard British exploitation films of the time.
frightmare
In 1983 Myers composed the music for Nic Roeg’s crazed epic Eureka, this would form the start of a long and fruitful working relationship between Myers and Roeg that lasted until Mayers’ death in 1993. In the Ten years they worked together, Myers scored Seven films for Roeg. They instantly became became close friends, in fact Roeg wrote Myers’ obituary for the independent newspaper. Certainly, some of Myers’ most interesting work can be found in his work with Nic Roeg; For the 1985 film Insignificance, Myers transposed a Mozart violin concerto from strings to brass, calling in legendary Jazz arranger Gill Evens to help with the brass arrangements.insignificance_poster_285
Stanley Myers will, of course, be best remembered for his composition ‘Cavatina’, the much loved and much covered piece played by classical guitarist John Williams and used for the score of The Deer Hunter in 1978. The track was actually originally composed for the 1970 David Hemmings and Samatha Eggar Polio melodrama The Walking Stick.
Throughout the 1980s – in the British film industries leanest years – Myers continued to work on a series of interesting films, composing for a number of the more interesting British films such as: Wish you Were Here, Prick up Your Ears, Dreamchild, Sammy and Rosie Get Laid, and Three films with the excellent Polish director Jerzy Skolimowski.
Success Is the Best Revenge
His score for Sitting Target is is one of his best and a great example of his enormous range. Rising over the landscapes of gritty ‘70s London is a delicious fusion of Orchestral, electronic, jazz and baroque themes. Has there ever been a better way to see Battersea?
sitting target

Originally written as part of the programme notes to accompany a screening of Sitting Target.

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